Must watch Dolly Parton Tribute | MusiCares

Today (April 7), Dolly Parton: MusiCares Tribute premieres on Netflix, giving viewers around the world first place for stars 2019. MusiCares Person of the Year tribute concert in honor of the ten-time GRAMMY winner Dolly Parton. Miley Cyrus, Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlile, Katy Perry, Kacey Musgraves, Yolanda Adams and others delivered hearty diamond-trimmed finishes of some of the Queen of Earth’s biggest hits during a one-hour special hosted by GRAMY super fans Dolly, A small big city.

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The annual MusiCares Person of the Year event, usually held in the days leading up to the GRAMMY awards, pays tribute to legends who have made a significant contribution to the music community through music and philanthropy. The exclusive marquee event also raises funds for MusiCares to support musicians in need. Parton was the first country star to be honored as MusiCares ’Person of the Year.

While all 10 performances, as well as a host of glittery Dolly-inspired garments, are a must-see from the 2019 tribute concert, here are the five most complete Easter sets. Put on a cowboy hat, light your Netflix and adjust Dolly Parton: MusiCares Tribute now.

Miley Cyrus, Shawn Mendes and Mark Ronson take you on vacation

(LR) Mark Ronson, Miley Cyrus and Shawn Mendes perform at MusiCares Person of the Year 2019 | Photo: VALERIE MACON / AFP via Getty Images

To start things in style, Miley and Shawn Mendes, with Mark Ronson on guitar, served by the lively duo Dolly and Kenny Loggins‘1982 Classic,‘ Islands in Progress ’. Looking glam in a black dress with sequins, Miley waved to Parton, who is the godmother singer, who sits and smiles in front, and at the same time looks great in a black dress with sequins!

Katy Perry and Kacey Musgraves take you to a rodeo

Katy Perry and Kacey Musgraves

Katy Perry (L) and Kacey Musgraves (R) at the MusiCares Concert of the Year | Photo: Lester Cohen / Getty Images for the Recording Academy

Perry and Musgraves delivered the epic glamor of a giant cowgirl during their performance of Dolly’s GRAMMY winner, “Here You Come Again” in 1977. Perry shook the satin look of lavender with a cowboy hat, mesh cloak, high-heeled boots to the thighs and a dress in a corset, while Musgraves killed a gleaming trouser suit in a silver flutter, finished with large hair and large hoops.

Mavis Staples, Leon Bridges and Jon Batiste take you to church

Mavis Staples, Leon Bridges, Jon Batiste

Mavis Staples, Leon Bridges, Jon Batiste perform at the concert MusiCares Person Of The Year 2019 | Photo: Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for the Recording Academy

Mavis Staples,, Leon Bridges i Jon Batiste (on the piano), with the help of the choir, raised the crowd to heavenly heights with a lively, soulful, evangelical-colored version of “Not Enough.” Presentation of stopping the 2012 show, which Parton and Queen Latifah originally sang for their film Joyful noise, it was filled with applause, tapping and grooving – it was enough love in our hearts after that!

We will always love Yolanda Adams (and Dolly!)

Yolanda Adams performs at the MusiCares Person of the Year 2019 event

Yolanda Adams performs at the event MusiCares Person of the Year 2019 | Photo: VALERIE MACON / AFP via Getty Images

Adams, “The First Lady of the Gospel,” has released the epic, creepy cover of “I Will Always Love You,” one of Parton’s most enduring classics. Adams looked glamorous in a red floor-length dress with floral lace bell sleeves as she pounded into those high notes, complemented by some sexy saxophone.

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Dolly Home Dolly shines for all of us

Dolly Parton (L) and Linda Perry (R) perform at MusiCares Person of the Year 2019

Dolly Parton (L) and Linda Perry (R) perform at the 2019e MusiCares Person of the Year event | Photo: Frazer Harrison / Getty Images

To close the epic concert, “Backwoods Barbie” herself took the stage to share her glow, smile and voice with the audience. He joined Linda Perry on guitar, Parton performed “Coat of Many Colors,” which she called “the song that brought me here”.

Well, we must be glad you’re here, Dolly!

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