Entertainer and author Stella Parton’s recently released inspirational memoir, Tell It Sister, Tell It, which chronicles pieces of her life and musical journey, will be followed by a documentary slated for later this year.
Filmed by Carter Media, Inc., the documentary will look at Parton’s life and musical journey through concert footage, behind the scenes shots, and in-depth interviews with Stella and those that know her best. While Stella has shared much of herself with family, friends and fans over the years, she has always kept a portion of her life very private, and only recently with the release of Tell It Sister, Tell It has she shared many of her extremely personal struggles and triumphs.
Stella says, “It was time to share my stories, not only for my own healing, but to possibly help someone that may be struggling now.”
Throughout her career, Stella has worked to help abused women and children, particularly in Appalachia where she grew up.
Stella’s book signings continue throughout the Southeast this summer and portions of the proceeds benefit local domestic violence shelters.
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