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She didn't want to end up dying like her dad in a hotel room, so she turned her life around.
She reclaimed her dad's musical heritage, producing tribute concerts that attracted fans of her dad like Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams and Norah Jones, and she created the Hickory Wind Ranch, named after one of her dad's classic songs, for women recovering from alcohol and drugs.
They recorded a seminal album called "Sweetheart of the Rodeo" in 1968.He was just 26 when he died and it left such a hole in their lives that her mom wouldn't allow Gram's music in their house.So she had to sneak away and listen to it under her bed--and it filled part of the hole."Still to this day I think that's one of the beautiful things about Gram Parsons," she said.They really needed me to know more than they did about my father and his music and his journey and his past and his history, and I didn't want to be that person," she said.Polly Parsons' Turnaround You might say she saw the writing on the wall, coming from a family tree that included alcohol abuse and suicide on both sides.