Backwoods Barbie Tour

The Backwoods Barbie Tour was the ninth headlining concert tour by American recording artist, Dolly Parton. Visiting the United States, Northern Europe and Canada, the tour supported her 40th studio album, Backwoods Barbie. The tour was well received by critics and spectators alike, earning more than nine million dollars in 2008. The European leg of the tour was the most successful outing of Parton's touring history, performing for 170,000 spectators in the United Kingdom, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and the Netherlands. The tour was expected to reach Australia as well but this did not come to fruition.

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Backwoods Barbie Tour - Set List
... Jolene" "Thank God I'm a Country Girl" "I'm Little But I'm Loud" "Backwoods Barbie" "White Limozeen" "Drives Me Crazy" "Shattered Image" "Coat of Many Colors ... I'm a Country Girl" "I'm Little But I'm Loud" "Backwoods Barbie" "Drives Me Crazy" "Shattered Image" "Coat of Many Colors" "Only Dreamin'" Medley "Brother Love's Travelling ...
Backwoods Barbie Tour - Critical Reception
... the majority of feedback from music critics was favorable for the tour ... real,' she sang in the title track of Backwoods Barbie ... the jolly country pop of her latest album, the knowingly titled Backwoods Barbie, fitted in well, especially the man-baiting 'Shinola' ...
Dolly Parton - In Concert and On Tour - Backwoods Barbie Tour
... In 2008, Parton went on the Backwoods Barbie Tour ... (February–April 2008) to coincide with the release of Backwoods Barbie (2008), her first mainstream-country album in 17 years ... The tour started March 28, 2008, with 13 U.S ...

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