Veteran country Music superstar Dolly Parton will be performing at Forest Hills Stadium in Forest Hills,  New York, on June 25th. She is the most-honored female artist in the history of the country music genre, and she has been a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum since 1999.

This marks the first time in over 25 years that Parton has had a major headlining tour in the United States, as well as Canada. Her "Pure & Simple" tour will include over 60 concert stops.

Most recently, at this year's Academy of Country Music (ACM) awards, which were co-hosted by Dierks Bentley and Luke Bryan, Parton shared the stage with pop superstar Katy Perry, where they dueted on a medley of her country songs.

At this ceremony, Parton was presented the coveted Tex Ritter Award for her made-for-television film "Coat of Many Colors," which was based off her childhood, growing up in the Smoky Mountains.

25 of Parton's radio singles have reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country charts, where she holds the record for a female country artist. In addition, 41 of Parton's albums have peaked in the Top 10 on the Billboard Top Country Album charts, and she has charted over 100 radio singles over the past four decades.

Parton: An entertainer of many hits

Her extensive catalog of hits includes such country classics as "9 to 5," "Coat of Many Colors," "Here You Come Again," "Jolene," "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind," "Smoky Mountain Memories," "Two Doors Down," "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That," "Islands in the Stream," which features country crooner Kenny Rogers, as well as "I Will Always Love You," the latter of which would subsequently become a major pop crossover hit for Whitney Houston.

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Parton: More than just a musician

During her illustrious career in the entertainment and music scene, the acclaimed music star has sold in excess of 100 million units, including singles, hits, collections, and digital downloads. Aside from her musical endeavors, Parton is also a published author, as well as a philanthropist, actress, and businesswoman.