On her ‘Let It Be’ cover, Dolly Parton, Paul McCartney, and Ringo Starr collaborate. Dolly Parton has recorded a new version of an old Favourite — The Beatles’ classic smash “Let It Be” — featuring luminaries Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
“Does it get any better than singing “Let It Be” with @paulmccartney, who wrote the song?” Parton said on Instagram, announcing the news on Friday. Not only that, but he could play the piano! It only got better when @ringostarrmusic joined on drums, @mrpeterframpton on guitar, and @mickfleetwoodofficial on percussion. Seriously, how much great can it get? Thank you very much! Give it a listen.
Dolly Parton, Paul Mccartney And Ringo Starr Collaboration
The song is from Parton’s next album “Rockstar,” which will be released on November 17 and will feature A-list guests such as Elton John, Pink, Miley Cyrus, Sting, and many more.
“I had fun singing with Stevie (Nicks),” Parton said earlier this year to USA News. “It’s a cute little song she wrote called ‘What Has Rock ‘n Roll Ever Done for Me.'” And John Fogerty has so many amazing songs, but my favourite is ‘Long As I Can See the Light.’ We did it as a duet, and our voices blended beautifully. I’ve been on a high, but not as high as some of the rock ‘n’ rollers.”
Last autumn, Parton, 77, was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Meanwhile, Starr, 83, is on a summer tour in the United States, and McCartney, 81, has booked a string of Australian and South American dates for later this year.