Dolly Parton was honored in Glastonbury, England before her performance at the Glastonbury Music Festival with a plaque celebrating more than 100 million album sales worldwide.

“I’ve been so busy making records for the past several decades, I didn’t realize I had racked up so many sales,” Parton said. “What a great honor to know that I have so many fans that have supported me through the years. Thanks to the RIAA for the acknowledgment and the plaque. I feel very honored and proud.”

Parton’s manager Danny Nozell and Glastonbury owner Michael Eavis presented Parton with the special plaque.

Learn more at Parton’s official Facebook page here.