Dolly Parton: The country singer played before the 100,000 strong crowd at this year's Glastonbury festival.AFP / Getty Images

After producing country classics including Working 9 to 5 and Stand By Your Man, American country singer Dolly Parton is keen to experiment with different genres of music.

The 68-year-old singer has revealed she would like to record a dance album and has already penned a track for it.

"I would like to do a dance record," she recently told the Guardian.

"I have a song called Just a Wee Bit Gay. It's a great little dance tune – it's funny and it's got a lot of comic in it. I do write a lot of songs along those lines with people that are different and are just themselves."

It is not the first time the star, who has more than 40 Top Ten country albums under her belt, has ventured into dance music. Back in 1996, she scored a hit with her reworked version of her track Peace Train.

Parton is still on a high from her now-infamous performance at Glastonbury, where she took to the stage in front of over 100,000 fans.

Her impressive set was almost overshadowed by claims she lip-synched at the Worthy Farm site but she quickly hit out at critics who questioned her authenticity.

"My boobs are fake, my hair's fake, but what is real is my voice and my heart," she told the Sun.

During her career, which has spanned five decades, Parton has sold over 100 million records.

Her latest album, Blue Smoke, is currently number three in the UK charts.