Dolly Parton reveals why Mick Jagger refused to record duet on her upcoming rock album
2023/09/04

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Dolly Parton clearly works longer than "9 to 5," but she still can't get any "Satisfaction" from Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger.

Parton has been slowly releasing information about "Rockstar," her upcoming rock album that's set to bow in November, and she just revealed that although she tried her best to get Jagger to make an appearance, he declined.

On "Rockstar," Parton covers iconic rock songs such as Queen's "We Are the Champions" and Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven." Another classic that can be seen on the track list is "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" by the Rolling Stones.

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As she revealed in a new interview with the Daily Mail's Eden Confidential, she originally wanted Jagger to record his famous song with her, but he had other ideas.

"I wanted Mick Jagger so bad, because my husband loves him, and I wanted him to sing on '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction,' but he wanted something new and different, which I don't blame him for," she explained.

She added, "We kept looking for the right song. He was doing an album in LA, and I was doing stuff in Nashville, and I kept missing him, but he wanted to do it."

"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" was originally released in 1965, and it's difficult to say just how many times Jagger has sung the tune, as the Rolling Stones have performed thousands of concerts since its release.

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