Dolly Parton


How Consumerism Devoured The Workin’ Man Blues

How did the genre transform from working class catharsis to an corporate marketing campaign for a certain version of the American dream?
Amy McCarthy
Internet Exploring

Songs That Sound Just As Good Played at 33rpm

When Dolly Parton turns into Roy Orbison, and other strange gems.
Jose Bautista
The Noisey Guide to

Now That's What I Call Menstruation: The Noisey Guide to Period Pop

A song-by-song guide of perfect pop songs that will help you traverse the ebbs and flows of your period.
Beulah Devaney

Marissa Nadler’s Many Different Shades of Black

Marissa Nadler's lonesome new album 'Stranger' has suddenly found the enigmatic singer in a new kind of spotlight.
Kim Kelly

Embrace Your Inner-Elvis with Honduras's Video for "Hollywood"

And don't forget your inner-Dolly Parton.
Noisey Staff
'Tis the Season

Dolly Parton's "Hard Candy Christmas" Is the Real-as-Hell Christmas Song We All Need Sometimes

We delude ourselves when we begin to think that a holiday might have all the answers, but "Hard Candy Christmas" is ideal beause it celebrates the hope that comes with merely asking the questions.
Kyle Kramer

Miranda Lambert Rules, but It'll Take More Than a Grammy to End Country Music's Sexism Problem

This is why it's more important now than ever to support the strong women holding it down in a bro-dominated modern country culture.
2014 in Review

Noisey's Best and Worst of 2014 - Kim Kelly

A little bit country, a little bit rock'n'roll, and a little bit gothic death industrial.
Kim Kelly

All of the Rhinestones and Fringe: It's a Dolly Parton Art Show

The Queen of Country Music's fans put together an art show inspired by their hero. It's as decadent as she is.
Nadja Sayej

What in The Name of Michael Bolton is Rihanna’s Mullet All About?

RiRi is trying to bring back the femullet. But does she have the badass credentials? And wait, shouldn't we just let this hairstyle die already?

A Bunch of Studio 54 Memorabilia Just Got Sold at Weirdly Low Prices

Why does the Studio 54 guestbook only cost $7,200?