Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Dolly Parton topless!

Posted By on Wed, Apr 18, 2007 at 1:43 PM

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It seems a bit odd that Dolly Parton would appear bare-chested on the cover of the venerable alt-country tome No Depression. But here she is (NSFW), cupping those massive mammaries. The link was sent to me by Tampa's own Ronny Elliott, the hillbilly soul singer who famously referenced those "jerks from No Depression" on his song "South By So What." Elliott celebrates his 60th birthday with a performance at Skipper's Smokehouse on Saturday. Read my profile of Elliott in the new CL that will start hitting newsstands later today.


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