It's a 'A Holly Dolly Christmas': Dolly Parton is releasing her 1st holiday album in three decades

The album will be available on Oct. 2.

The superstar singer unveiled all the details of her new project this week, which is called "A Holly Dolly Christmas" and will be available on Oct. 2. It’ll be Parton's first Christmas album in 30 years.

Of course, the holiday season is all about family, so the singer enlisted her brother, Randy Parton, to join her for one track, "You Are My Christmas."

"I thought, ‘I think I’ll call it ‘A Holly Dolly Christmas’ because I love the song ‘A Holly Jolly Christmas’ with Burl Ives,’" Parton told Billboard. "He used to be on all my Christmas specials all through the years. I think of him as Mr. Christmas."

She went on to say that her selections from the project ranged from traditional, like her "Pretty Paper" duet with Willie Nelson, to modern, like her collaboration with Jimmy Fallon. That tune, a duet version of "All I Want for Christmas Is You," came together after Fallon asked her to sing it with him on "The Tonight Show" and she couldn’t because she didn’t know the song.

"I felt so bad. So I went and learned it and I was just going to put it on my album, and then I went, ‘I’ll ask Jimmy Fallon to sing it with me!’ And he said yes," she added.

Here’s the full track list for "A Holly Dolly Christmas":

  • "Holly Jolly Christmas"
  • "Christmas Is" (feat. Miley Cyrus)
  • "Cuddle Up, Cozy Down Christmas" (duet with Michael Bublé)
  • "Christmas on the Square"
  • "Circle of Love"
  • "All I Want for Christmas Is You" (duet with Jimmy Fallon)
  • "Comin’ Home for Christmas"
  • "Pretty Paper" (duet with Willie Nelson)
  • "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"
  • "You Are My Christmas" (feat. Randy Parton)
  • "Mary, Did You Know?"
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