Stella Parton Finds Buried Treasures

Posted: 26th March 2015 by admin in Country Music News
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Raptor Records and Attic Entertainment are proud to announce the release of Stella Parton’s Buried Treasures CD.  As the story so often goes…many musical gems are left sitting on the shelf and never heard by anyone…so is the case with Stella Parton’s new album.  Speaking about these particular songs, Stella comments, “This collection of songs was found in my archives quite by happenstance, just sitting there perfectly preserved and waiting to be released, so I decided to put this diverse compilation together.”

While there are some familiar Stella songs with unfamiliar arrangements like “The Sun Don’t Shine In Memphis” and “The Man That Called Me Lady,” there are also some new originals like “The One Who Flies The Highest” co-written with Helen Cornelius and “He’s Still The Best” written by Paul Overstreet.  Most of the material was written/co-written by Stella, but there are also songs written by Randy Parton, Floyd Parton and Frank Dycus. A virtual treasure trove of not only Stella’s vocal diversity, but also her arranging skills and songwriting depth.

Pulling this material from her archives has not only allowed Stella to take a walk down memory lane, but has also given her more time for songwriting and to work on several upcoming projects including a new inspirational book.  Not slowing down for a minute, in the midst of it all, Stella continues to book speaking and singing engagements.

Stella Parton touches lives daily – whether through her music, her writings, her daily inspirational Facebook posts or live appearances and when it comes right down to it…Stella Parton is a true American treasure!

Buried Treasures is now available at StellaParton.com.

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