Netflix is transforming eight Dolly Parton tunes into a compilation arrangement, Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings. The principal trailer showed up today, and it gives us a look at the dramatizations dependent on famous melodies like “Two Doors Down,” “JJ Sneed” – and obviously, “Jolene.”
The trailer has solid Hallmark Channel vibes, yet on the off chance that you’ve tuned in (read: significantly chimed in) to “Jolene” on rehash, you may have the option to look past the cheesiness long enough to give the arrangement a shot.
Netflix first declared the cooperation with Parton in 2018. She will fill in as the artist and musician for the arrangement, and in past articulation she stated, “I am excited to breath life into a portion of my main tunes with Netflix.”
This is only the most recent in a pattern of music adjustments on Netflix. Nation vocalist Sturgill Simpson as of late discharged a samurai anime close by his collection Sound and Fury. This mid year, Thom Yorke discharged a short Netflix film with his new collection ANIMA. While those undertakings were allies to new music, Parton’s Heartstrings presents old melodies in another way.
Heartstrings lands on Netflix on November 22nd.