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Dolly vs. Debbie: Who will be crowned queen of Glastonbury?

Both are 68. Both are known for their trademark golden locks. And both are titans of the music world.<!-- -->
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</br>But when Dolly Parton and Debbie Harry, of band "Blondie," perform at one of the biggest music festivals on the planet -- Glastonbury -- they will be bringing very different styles to the stage.<!-- -->
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</br>"They're both pioneers in their own way," said Dan Stubbs, news editor of British music magazine<a href='http://www.nme.com/#' target='_blank'> NME</a>. "Dolly's a self-made country and western legend, with a big, warm personality. Debbie Harry came from the New York punk scene of the 1970s, but found mainstream success by embracing disco, pop, and rap."<!-- -->
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</br>As both women take to the stage at the UK's premier arts festival, we look back at their remarkable careers.<!-- -->
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</br>By <strong><a href='https://twitter.com/sheena_mckenzie' target='_blank'>Sheena Mckenzie</a></strong>, for CNN<!-- -->
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Both are 68. Both are known for their trademark golden locks. And both are titans of the music world.

But when Dolly Parton and Debbie Harry, of band "Blondie," perform at one of the biggest music festivals on the planet -- Glastonbury -- they will be bringing very different styles to the stage.

"They're both pioneers in their own way," said Dan Stubbs, news editor of British music magazine NME. "Dolly's a self-made country and western legend, with a big, warm personality. Debbie Harry came from the New York punk scene of the 1970s, but found mainstream success by embracing disco, pop, and rap."

As both women take to the stage at the UK's premier arts festival, we look back at their remarkable careers.

By Sheena Mckenzie, for CNN