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Dolly Parton announces new album and live dates for 2014

Dolly Parton announces new album and live dates for 2014

Dolly Parton has announced European tour dates to coincide with the release of her new album.

The album, called Blue Smoke, doesn't yet have a confirmed release date, however the Blue Smoke Tour reaches England on June 8 and includes one show confirmed so far for London's 02 Arena.

“Every time I come to Europe I’m just as excited as I was my very first time, which was many, many years ago. I love that part of the world and I especially love the fans,” adds Parton. “We always have such a good time and I’ve put together a lot of things for this show that I think the fans will love. We had not planned to come back so soon, but we got so much fan mail and such a great reaction that I thought ‘Well, why not. If they’re having a good time and we always do, let’s just do it’.”

Dolly Parton plays:

June 8: England, Liverpool, Echo Arena
June 10: Northern Ireland, Belfast, Odyssey Arena
June 11:: Ireland, Dublin, O2 Arena
June 12: Ireland, Cork, Live At The Marquee
June 14: England, Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
June 15: Scotland, Aberdeen, GE Arena
June 17: Scotland, Glasgow, Hydro Arena
June 20: England, Leeds, First Direct Arena
June 21: England, Manchester, Phones 4U Arena
June 22: England, Birmingham, LG Arena
June 24: Wales, Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
June 27: England, London, O2 Arena
July 2: England, Nottingham, Arena
July 5: Germany, Cologne, Lanxess Arena
July 6: Germany, Berlin, O2 World
July 8: Denmark, Copenhagen, Forum
July 9: Norway, Oslo, Spektrum

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