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Dolly Parton & Kelly Clarkson - Music
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International icon Dolly Parton and global superstar Kelly Clarkson collaborate on a compellingly inspired duet version of “9 to 5,” arriving today via SMACKSongs/Atlantic Records ahead of the highly anticipated Still Working 9 to 5 documentary (which premiered September 16th). The GRAMMY Award-winning artists teamed up with the film’s executive producer Shane McAnally, Sasha Sloan & King Henry to reimagine the classic song into a melancholic yet inspirational anthem over 40 years after the original’s release as the fight for workplace equality persists.
Dolly Parton & Kelly Clarkson "9 To 5"
Written and recorded by Dolly Parton and produced by Gregg Berry, the original “9 to 5” debuted in 1980 in tandem with the film of the same name starring Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. The song went on to receive an Academy Award nomination for Original Song and four GRAMMY Award nominations – winning two of the latter for Best Country Song and Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
L-R Dolly Parton & Kelly Clarkson
Working 9 to 5 reunites
stars Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dabney Coleman from
to 5 film,
as well as Rita Moreno from the 9
to 5 TV
series, Allison Janney from the Broadway musical, and other stars
from the television and stage versions of the classic film. Also
featured are activists and individuals closely associated with the
women’s movement both now and then. The documentary explores the
comedic tone of the film and how it resonated with a wide audience at
a time when the feminist message was being rejected and/or feared by
a large swathe of the population. It further follows how the success
of the film spawned various 9
to 5 spin-offs
including a TV series (1980s) and musicals (2009 & 2019),
discussing the same issues addressed in the film (and its spinoffs)
and questions if the message retains its original poignancy, as well
as examining what has and has not changed for women in the workplace
over the last 40 years.
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