Dolly Parton has no plans to tour anymore.

The “Jolene” hitmaker, who will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Nov. 5, doubts he’ll ever go on a “full-fledged tour” again.

The 76-year-old country superstar told Pollstar, “I don’t think I’ll ever tour again, but I know I’ll do special shows here and there every now and then. Maybe do a long weekend of gigs, or just a few gigs at a festival. But I have no intention of going on a full-fledged tour anymore.”

Dolly thought she had spent her “whole life” traveling to perform, but now wants to “stay a little closer to home” with her husband, Carl Dean, whom she married in 1966.

She said: “I’ve done this my whole life and it takes so much time and energy. I like to stay a little closer to home with my husband [Carl Dean]. Now we’re getting older and I don’t want to be gone for four or five weeks. Something could happen. I wouldn’t feel the same if I wasn’t there and someone needed me. Or I would feel bad if I had to leave the tour when someone got sick at home and needed me, and then I had to go to the fans.”

The Grammy winner, who also has a career as a children’s literacy advocate with her charity Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, wants to collaborate with ’70s rock gods Jimmy Page and Robert Plant on her Led Zeppelin-inspired bluegrass album.

Dolly said, “But I’m going to redo it for real money. I did it bluegrass style when I did it; but when I do a rock album, I’m going to actually re-record it – and make it more true to a regular recording. I’m trying to find out if Robert Plant can sing on it. Maybe Jimmy Page could pick him up. I’m looking forward to getting some great classics girls and guys to sing some songs. I’m not that far along to discuss who and what, but I’m going to make an album.”