Peloton is continuing their blitz of more artist series workouts this month! In the last month we’ve seen workouts from BTS, Ricky Martin, Desmond Child, Jhene Aiko, King Princess, and 88Rising. This week, Peloton will be teaming up with country artist Dolly Parton for 3 workouts celebrating her music & career. You can find the schedule for the Dolly Parton workouts below, which start today (Wednesday, June 24th).
Dolly Parton Peloton Featured Artist Series Workouts
- 30 minute Dolly Parton Yoga Flow with Kristin McGee – 6/24/20 @ 5:30pm ET
- 30 minute Dolly Parton Run with Selena Samuela – 6/25/20 @ 9:30am ET
- 30 minute Dolly Parton Ride with Robin Arzon – 6/26/20 @ 6:00pm ET
Selena shared her excitement about getting to teach the Dolly Parton run:
I’m losing my mind with excitement, y’all know I’m a HUGE country music fan so THIS is next level dreams come true artist series for me. I can’t wait to workout and talk all things Dolly with y’all, to get warmed up let’s play two truths and a lie : 1. Dolly is my mom 2. Jolene was the first song I learned to play on guitar 3. Dolly Parton can play at least 10 different musical instruments 🤣 can you guess the lie ?
Dolly Partons’ achievements and awards are quite numerous:
Parton is one of the most-honored female country performers of all time. The Record Industry Association of America has certified 25 of her single or album releases as either Gold Record, Platinum Record or Multi-Platinum Record. She has had 26 songs reach No. 1 on the Billboard country charts, a record for a female artist. She has 42 career top-10 country albums, a record for any artist, and 110 career-charted singles over the past 40 years. All-inclusive sales of singles, albums, collaboration records, compilation usage, and paid digital downloads during Parton’s career have reportedly topped 100 million records around the world.
Parton has earned nine Grammy Awards (including her 2011 Lifetime Achievement Grammy) and a total of 49 Grammy Award nominations, the 2nd most nominations of any female artist in the history of the prestigious awards.
At the American Music Awards, she has won three awards out of 18 nominations. At the Country Music Association, she has won 10 awards out of 42 nominations. At the Academy of Country Music, she has won seven awards and 39 nominations.
Most recently, Dolly Parton released a new track titled “When Life Is Good Again” in support of front line medical workers.
You can stay up to date with who Peloton has previously featured on the artist series, and who is coming up next, with this handy page.