At her induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday night (Nov. 5), Dolly Parton rounded up a group of stars from all different genres to perform one of her signature songs, "Jolene."

"Jolene" is a country classic: Released in 1973, it tells the story of a now-infamous, red-haired woman who's making moves towards another woman's husband -- and shares Parton's plea to Jolene to let her keep her man. It was a No. 1 hit for Parton upon release, and has since racked up 2x Platinum RIAA certification.

Though the song has become a standard of the country genre, Parton tipped her hat to her rock-focused surroundings in this particular performance, inviting a cast of A-List artists at the show to join her as she sang. Some were familiar faces to a country crowd: Zac Brown Band, who'd been playing behind Parton all night, continued their backing duties for "Jolene," and Brandi Carlile was also on hand to sing during the all-call.

But other collaborators came as more of a surprise. Sheryl Crow, Annie Lennox and Pat Benatar were among the performers joining Parton, as was Pink, who officially inducted the country legend earlier in the ceremony.

Perhaps the most unexpected appearance came from Rob Halford, who -- together with his band Judas Priest -- was at the ceremony to be inducted into the Rock Hall. Known by fans as the "Metal God," he seemed like an unlikely choice of collaborator for Parton, but his vocal contributions netted some of the loudest cheers from the crowd.

When she was first revealed as a nominee to join the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Parton requested she be removed from consideration, explaining that she simply hadn't released enough rock 'n' roll music to be worthy of the honor. "I really do not want votes to be split because of me," she added at the time.

But the Hall felt otherwise, and ultimately voted her in, so Parton changed her stance. "Well, I'll accept gracefully," she said. "And I'll accept it because the fans vote." The country legend has also said she's at work on a rock album inspired by her induction, as well as the fact that her husband Carl Dean is a big fan of rock music.

See Dolly Parton's Longtime Nashville Home

Dolly Parton and Carl Dean owned this 4,795 square-foot residence in Nashville from 1980 until 1996. While it's not the lavish mansion one might expect one of the biggest country stars of all time to have lived in, it's a beautiful home that's also a one-of-a-kind piece of country music history.

Built in 1941. the house features four bedrooms and three bathrooms, and the wooded, 2.4-acre property also features a detached storage building. Amenities in the stucco home also include an eat-in kitchen, carport, covered porch and patio, deck, a master bedroom with a walk-in closet, a great room large enough for plenty of games and entertainment and dual heating and cooling units.

12 Rarely Seen Photos of Dolly Parton In the '70s

Dolly Parton was a really, really big star in the 1970s, so when she showed up to party, famous people gathered around her. The country music icon was a must-see act on both coasts, and photos not included in this illustrious gallery feature her dancing at Studio 54 and performing across the world. 

These 12 rarely seen photos of Dolly Parton from the 1970s give you a look at what her life — and celebrity life in general — was like 40 to 50 years ago. There are a few country stars included in these pics, but mostly this list is filled with unexpected moments with other stars you'll recognize.

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