The guitar celebrates Parton's famous '9 To 5' smash and the 95th anniversary of the Grand Ole Opry.
'Coward Of The County' became a rare UK country No. 1 on 16 February 1980.
The two-hour TV show was hosted from the famous country institution by Blake Shelton and Brad Paisley.
The new audio feature is billed as an aid to walking during lockdown.
The single entered the country chart on January 23, 1982 to become the 67th appearance there by one of the genre's true greats.
The all-star 'Greenfields' album affirms Barry's rightful place in a world of country and roots music that he has often visited.
In the clip, Gibb and Parton convene at Nashville's famed RCA Victor Studio B.
Gibb's release finished the chart week with more than twice the combined units of its nearest rival.
The new rendition was captured at the first recording session for the country-flavored album.
'Searching (For Someone Like You)' went on to be one of Kitty's longest-running hits, in a career that was full of them.
Pride's rise from humble origins picking cotton for his father in Mississippi to becoming country's first Black superstar were universally acknowledged.
Teyana Taylor hosted the evening, which celebrated some of the industry’s most important voices.
The star-studded live-stream will also include appearances by Brittany Howard, Adam Lambert, Cher, and Dolly Parton, among others.
On 12 November 1983, one of the many hits from the mega-platinum 'Can't Slow Down' album completed its climb to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
Other guest artists on the project include Alison Krauss, Olivia Newton-John, Dolly Parton, and Keith Urban.