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Dolly Parton

  • Jan 19, 1946 (age 73)
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2018
Dumplin'
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AlbumNov 30, 2018

Dumplin'

Dumplin' is the soundtrack album by American country music …
Dumplin' is the soundtrack album by American country music singer-songwriter Dolly Parton for the 2018 film of the same name. It was released on November 30, 2018, by Dolly Records and RCA Nashville. The album features guest performances by Elle King, Alison Krauss, Miranda Lambert, Sia, Mavis Staples and Rhonda Vincent, among others.
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Best Original Song
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Nomination2018

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Dumplin'".
Golden Globe Award
2017
SongOct 13, 2017

A Reading of "Coat of Many Colors"
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I Believe in You
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AlbumSep 29, 2017

I Believe in You

I Believe in You is the forty-sixth solo studio album and first …
I Believe in You is the forty-sixth solo studio album and first children's album by American country music singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released digitally on September 29, 2017, and physically on October 13, 2017, by Dolly Records and RCA Nashville. All proceeds from the album's sales will go to benefit Parton's Imagination Library.
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2016
Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love
TV ShowNov 30, 2016

Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors…

An unexpected blizzard …
An unexpected blizzard threatens the Parton family, while at the same time Dolly's father (and his kids) make sacrifices to raise enough money to finally buy his wife the wedding ring he ...
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The Complete Trio Collection
AlbumSep 9, 2016

The Complete Trio Collection

The Complete Trio Collection …
The Complete Trio Collection is compilation album by American singer-songwriters Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt. It brings together newly remastered versions of their two award-winning albums, 1987's Trio and 1999's Trio II, with a third disc compiling 20 alternate takes and unreleased material. It was released worldwide on September 9, 2016, by Rhino Entertainment.
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Pure & Simple
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AlbumAug 19, 2016

Pure & Simple

Pure & Simple is the forty-fifth solo studio album by American …
Pure & Simple is the forty-fifth solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released worldwide on August 19, 2016 by Dolly Records and RCA Nashville. It is Parton's seventh No. 1 country album, her first in 25 years.
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Best Country Duo/Group Performance
Nomination2016

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Nominated for "Jolene".
Grammy Award
Best Country Duo/Group Performance
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Nomination2016

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Nominated for "Jolene".
Grammy Award
Best Country Duo/Group Performance
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Award2016

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Won award for "Jolene".
Grammy Award
Best Country Duo/Group Performance
Award2016

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Won award for "Jolene".
Grammy Award
2015
Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors
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TV ShowDec 10, 2015

Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors

Based on the inspiring true …
Based on the inspiring true story of living legend Dolly Parton's remarkable upbringing, this once-in-a-lifetime movie special takes us inside the tight-knit Parton family as they struggle ...
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2014
Dolly Parton: Early Morning Breeze
TV ShowAug 12, 2014

Dolly Parton: Early Morning Breeze

Dolly Parton: Early Morning Breeze released.
Blue Smoke
AlbumJan 31, 2014

Blue Smoke

Blue Smoke is the forty-fourth solo studio album by American …
Blue Smoke is the forty-fourth solo studio album by American country entertainer Dolly Parton. The album was released in Australia and New Zealand on January 31, 2014, in North America on May 13, 2014, in Ireland on June 6, 2014, and in Europe on June 9, 2014.
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2013
A Country Christmas Story
TV ShowNov 9, 2013

A Country Christmas Story

A Country Christmas Story released.
SongOct 15, 2013

From Here to the Moon and Back
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Grammy Hall of Fame
Award2013

Grammy Hall of Fame

Won award for "Jolene".
Nomination2013

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Nominated for "You Can't Make Old Friends".
Grammy Award
Nomination2013

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Nominated for "You Can't Make Old Friends".
Grammy Award
Award2013

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Won award for "You Can't Make Old Friends".
Grammy Award
2012
Joyful Noise
TV ShowJan 13, 2012

Joyful Noise

This is the story of a small town choir out to win a national …
This is the story of a small town choir out to win a national competition despite overwhelming odds. A story of faith and determination by the choir leaders (Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton) and the young talent who give their all to win God's praise and beat the competition for the grand prize.
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2011
Better Day
AlbumJun 28, 2011

Better Day

Better Day is the forty-third studio album by American country …
Better Day is the forty-third studio album by American country recording artist Dolly Parton. It was released on June 28, 2011, as the second album from her Dolly Records label.
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The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom
TV ShowMar 4, 2011

The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom

Elizabeth Alison Gray is just …
Elizabeth Alison Gray is just your average suburban eleven-year-old waiting for adolescence to arrive when she finds out her whole life has been a lie. With only her imagination to guide her, she runs away to find the truth.
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Gnomeo & Juliet
TV ShowJan 23, 2011

Gnomeo & Juliet

Garden gnomes Gnomeo (James McAvoy) and Juliet (Emily …
Garden gnomes Gnomeo (James McAvoy) and Juliet (Emily Blunt) have as many obstacles to overcome as their quasi namesakes when they are caught up in a feud between neighbors. But with plastic pink flamingos and lawnmower races in the mix, can this young couple find lasting happiness?
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2010
Nomination2010

Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award

Nominated for Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Award2010

Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award

Won Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
2009
Outstanding Lyrics
Nomination2009

Outstanding Lyrics

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Drama Desk Award
Outstanding Musical
Nomination2009

Outstanding Musical

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Drama Desk Award
Outstanding Music
Nomination2009

Outstanding Music

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Drama Desk Award
Best Original Score
Nomination2009

Best Original Score

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Tony Award
Best Original Score
Nomination2009

Best Original Score

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Tony Award
2008
Backwoods Barbie
AlbumFeb 26, 2008

Backwoods Barbie

Backwoods Barbie is the 42nd studio album by Dolly Parton, …
Backwoods Barbie is the 42nd studio album by Dolly Parton, her first mainstream country album in nearly a decade. It was released on February 26, 2008, and is the first commercial release on Parton's own Dolly Records imprint.
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2007
Nomination2007

Best Song Written for Visual Media

Nominated for "Transamerica".
Grammy Award
2006
SongAug 15, 2006

Hard Candy Christmas
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Award2006

Musical Event of the Year

Won award for "When I Get Where I'm Going".
Country Music Association Award
Award2006

Grammy Hall of Fame

Won Grammy Hall of Fame.
Nomination2006

Single of the Year

Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Single …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Single of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Award2006

Kennedy Center Honors

Won Kennedy Center Honors.
Nomination2006

Music Video of the Year

Nominated for "When I Get Where I'm Going".
Country Music Association Award
Nomination2006

Best Song Written for Visual Media

Nominated for "Travelin' Thru".
Grammy Award
2005
Those Were the Days
AlbumOct 11, 2005

Those Were the Days

Those Were the Days is the 41st studio album by Dolly Parton, …
Those Were the Days is the 41st studio album by Dolly Parton, released on October 11, 2005. The title comes from the first song on the album, and features Parton singing 1960s and 1970s folk and pop songs in a bluegrass fashion with some of the artists who originally recorded those songs. The album's selections were featured on Parton's concurrent Vintage Tour.
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Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous
TV ShowMar 11, 2005

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous

F.B.I. Agent Gracie Hart is …
F.B.I. Agent Gracie Hart is assigned to promote the F.B.I., touring with the brutal Agent Sam Fuller as her bodyguard. While travelling around the country, her friend and Miss United States is kidnapped along with Stan Fields, and Gracie decides to investigate the abduction in Las Vegas on her own, and against the direct orders of local Chief Collins.
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Award2005

Best Song

Won award for "Transamerica".
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award
Nomination2005

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Nominated for "Tomorrow Is Forever".
Grammy Award
Nomination2005

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Travelin' Thru".
Golden Globe Award
Award2005

Best Original Song

Won award for "Transamerica".
Phoenix Film Critics Society Award
Nomination2005

Video of the Year

Nominated for "When I Get Where I'm Going".
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination2005

Song of the Year

Nominated for "When I Get Where I'm Going".
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination2005

Best Original Song

Nominated for "Travelin' Thru".
Academy Award
Nomination2005

Vocal Event of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Event of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Award2005

Vocal Event of the Year

Won Academy of Country …
Won Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Event of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination2005

Favorite Combined Forces

Nominated for "The Grass is Blue".
People's Choice Award
Award2005

Video of the Year

Won award for "When I Get Where I'm Going".
Academy of Country Music Award
2004
Nomination2004

Vocal Event of the Year

Nominated for "Creepin' In".
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination2004

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Nominated for "Creepin' In".
Grammy Award
2003
Nomination2003

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Nomination2003

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "I'm Gone".
Grammy Award
Nomination2003

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Nominated for "Creepin' In".
Grammy Award
TV Land Most Memorable Female Guest Star in a Comedy as Herself Award
Award2003

TV Land Most Memorable Female Gues…

Won award for "Designing Women".
Nomination2003

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "I'm Gone".
Grammy Award
2002
Halos & Horns
AlbumJul 9, 2002

Halos & Horns

Halos & Horns is the 39th studio album by Dolly Parton, …
Halos & Horns is the 39th studio album by Dolly Parton, released on July 9, 2002.
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Best Country Album
Nomination2002

Best Country Album

Nominated for "Halos & Horns".
Grammy Award
Nomination2002

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Dagger Through the Heart".
Grammy Award
Nomination2002

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Dagger Through the Heart".
Grammy Award
Best Country Album
Award2002

Best Country Album

Won award for "Halos & Horns".
Grammy Award
2001
Little Sparrow
AlbumJan 23, 2001

Little Sparrow

Little Sparrow is the thirty-eighth solo studio album by …
Little Sparrow is the thirty-eighth solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on January 23, 2001, by Sugar Hill and Blue Eye Records. The album received a Grammy nomination for Best Bluegrass Album and "Shine" won Best Female Country Vocal Performance. The album is dedicated to Parton's father, Lee Parton, who died in November 2000.
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Best Bluegrass Album
Nomination2001

Best Bluegrass Album

Nominated for "Little Sparrow".
Grammy Award
Nomination2001

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Shine".
Grammy Award
Award2001

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Won award for "Shine".
Grammy Award
Award2001

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Won award for "Shine".
Grammy Award
Nomination2001

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Shine".
Grammy Award
2000
Nomination2000

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Travelin' Prayer".
Grammy Award
Nomination2000

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Travelin' Prayer".
Grammy Award
Nomination2000

Best Bluegrass Album

Nominated for "The Grass Is Blue".
Grammy Award
Award2000

Best Bluegrass Album

Won award for "The Grass Is Blue".
Grammy Award
1999
Blue Valley Songbird
TV ShowNov 1, 1999

Blue Valley Songbird

A popular Nashville performer wants national recognition, …
A popular Nashville performer wants national recognition, but is hampered by her controlling boy friend and manager, and events from her past. Finally, by turning to her guitarist, she ...
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Best Country Album
Award1999

Best Country Album

Won award for "Trio II".
Grammy Award
Award1999

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Won award for "After the Gold Rush".
Grammy Award
Nomination1999

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Nominated for "After the Gold Rush".
Grammy Award
Best Country Album
Nomination1999

Best Country Album

Nominated for "Trio II".
Grammy Award
Vocal Event of the Year
Nomination1999

Vocal Event of the Year

Nominated for "Trio II".
Country Music Association Award
1998
Trio II
AlbumNov 17, 1998

Trio II

Trio II is the second collaborative studio album by Dolly Parton, …
Trio II is the second collaborative studio album by Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt. It was released on February 9, 1999, by Asylum Records.
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Hungry Again
AlbumAug 25, 1998

Hungry Again

Hungry Again is the thirty-fifth studio album by Dolly Parton, …
Hungry Again is the thirty-fifth studio album by Dolly Parton, released on August 25, 1998. Composed entirely of Parton's own compositions (written during a week-long marathon songwriting session, during which she fasted — hence the title), the album represented an attempt by Parton to rejuvenate her then largely stagnant recording career. The album's two singles, "Honky Tonk Songs" and "The Salt in My Tears" received little country airplay (though videos for both songs were popular on CMT), but the album reached number 23 on the country albums charts and received favorable reviews. It is seen as a predecessor to Parton's much praised back-to-roots work of the early 2000s.
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Nomination1998

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Nominated for "After the Gold Rush".
Grammy Award
Award1998

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Won award for "After the Gold Rush".
Grammy Award
1996
Unlikely Angel
TV ShowDec 17, 1996

Unlikely Angel

Dolly Parton portrayed a country music performer who meets …
Dolly Parton portrayed a country music performer who meets an untimely demise, but cannot enter heaven until she performs a good deed back on Earth, to get a workaholic widower and his ...
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Treasures
AlbumSep 24, 1996

Treasures

Treasures is the thirty-fourth Dolly Parton studio album, made …
Treasures is the thirty-fourth Dolly Parton studio album, made up of covers of rock and country hits from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. It was her 33rd studio album. Among the selections were work by Merle Haggard, Jeanne Pruett, Neil Young, Kris Kristofferson, Cat Stevens and Mac Davis. Perhaps the most surprising choices to fans were Young's "After the Gold Rush" and Stevens' "Peace Train", though Parton confessed a longtime admiration for both performers' work and she later covered Stevens' "Where Do the Children Play?" on her 2005 album Those Were the Days. (She had also recorded "After the Gold Rush" in 1994 with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris as part of the Trio 2 album, though as of Treasures' release, the Trio recording had not yet been released.) The album received mixed reviews and reached number 24 on the U.S. country albums charts. Treasures featured a number of famous guest artists, including Ladysmith Black Mambazo, John Popper of Blues Traveler, David Hidalgo of Los Lobos, and Alison Krauss.
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Award1996

Vocal Event of the Year

Won award for "I Will Always Love You".
Country Music Association Award
Nomination1996

Vocal Event of the Year

Nominated for "I Will Always Love You".
Country Music Association Award
1995
Nomination1995

Vocal Duo of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Duo of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1995

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Nominated for Grammy …
Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals.
Grammy Award
1994
Nomination1994

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Nominated for "I Will Always Love You".
Grammy Award
Nomination1994

Album of the Year

Nominated for "Tribute to the music of Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys".
Country Music Association Award
Nomination1994

Favorite Country Single

Nominated for American …
Nominated for American Music Award for Favorite Country Single.
American Music Award
1993
Honky Tonk Angels
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AlbumNov 2, 1993

Honky Tonk Angels

Honky Tonk Angels is a collaborative studio album by …
Honky Tonk Angels is a collaborative studio album by Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette. It was released on November 2, 1993, by Columbia Records. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA on January 5, 1994, for sales of 500,000 copies.
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The Beverly Hillbillies
TV ShowOct 15, 1993

The Beverly Hillbillies

A feature adaptation of the …
A feature adaptation of the classic television show, when nice guy redneck Jed Clampett strikes it rich when he finds black oil, and moves him and his kin to posh Beverly Hills.
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Slow Dancing With the Moon
AlbumFeb 23, 1993

Slow Dancing With the Moon

Slow Dancing with the Moon …
Slow Dancing with the Moon is the thirty-second solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on February 23, 1993. The album features a number of famous guest artists, including Collin Raye, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Kathy Mattea, Tanya Tucker, Maura O'Connell, Billy Dean, Pam Tillis, Marty Stuart and Billy Ray Cyrus. The album released three singles, "Romeo" (top 30), "More Where That Came From" (which didn't make the top 40), and "Full Circle" (which didn't chart). Despite the singles' lackluster chart performance, however, the album itself was well-received critically, and reached number 4 on the U.S. country albums charts - where it spent 35 weeks - and number 16 on the pop albums charts. It ended up being certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
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Nomination1993

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Nominated for Grammy …
Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals.
Grammy Award
1992
Straight Talk
TV ShowApr 3, 1992

Straight Talk

In Straight Talk, Dolly Parton stars as a southern bell who …
In Straight Talk, Dolly Parton stars as a southern bell who moves to the big city after having relationship difficulties with her long time boyfriend. She gets a low wage job at a radio station and one day accidentally answers a call from a listener who wants relationship advice. Since no one is around to help, she gives the caller advice and soon gains instant stardom because of her newfound skill as a radio talk show host. Throughout the movie, Dolly preaches about the importance of loving yourself and being upfront about your feelings with the people you care about.
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1991
Wild Texas Wind
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TV ShowSep 23, 1991

Wild Texas Wind

Wild Texas Wind is a 1991 American made-for-television …
Wild Texas Wind is a 1991 American made-for-television drama film directed by Joan Tewkesbury and starring Dolly Parton, Gary Busey, and Ray Benson. Parton co-wrote the story with Mark Kiracofe, as well as multiple songs from the film with Benson. The film was distributed by Sandollar Productions.
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Eagle When She Flies
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AlbumMar 1, 1991

Eagle When She Flies

Eagle When She Flies is the thirty-first solo studio album by …
Eagle When She Flies is the thirty-first solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on March 7, 1991. Continuing the country sounds of 1989's White Limozeen, the album featured collaborations with Lorrie Morgan and Ricky Van Shelton; additional supporting vocals were provided by Vince Gill and Emmylou Harris. Dolly Parton's duet with Shelton, "Rockin' Years", topped the country charts, and the follow-up single co-written by Carl Perkins, "Silver and Gold", was a #15 country single. Rounding out the hit singles was the title song "Eagle When She Flies", which only reached a #33 peak, despite spending 20 weeks on the Billboard Country Singles chart. Her duet with Lorrie Morgan, "Best Woman Wins", appeared simultaneously on Lorrie Morgan's 1991 album Something in Red. She co-wrote the song "Family" with Carl Perkins and "Wildest Dreams" with Mac Davis. The album also topped the U.S. country albums charts, Parton's first solo album to reach the top in a decade (and her last to do so until 2016) and reached #24 on the pop albums charts. The album spent 73 weeks on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. It was her first solo studio album to reach number one album in the United States after 1980's 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs.
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SongMar 1, 1991

Eagle When She Flies
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Best Country Song
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Nomination1991

Best Country Song

Nominated for "Eagle When She Flies".
Grammy Award
Best Country Song
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Nomination1991

Best Country Song

Nominated for "Eagle When She Flies".
Grammy Award
Nomination1991

Vocal Duo of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Duo of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
1990
SongSep 1, 1990

Go Tell It on the Mountain
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Nomination1990

Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

Nominated for "Rockin' Years".
Grammy Award
Nomination1990

Entertainer of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
1989
Steel Magnolias
TV ShowNov 5, 1989

Steel Magnolias

Pivoting around the lively Truvy Jones' Louisiana beauty …
Pivoting around the lively Truvy Jones' Louisiana beauty parlour, a tightly-knit band of friends, confront griefs, loss, life's unforeseen tragedies and heartaches with what they do best: gossiping and sharing. The spirited diabetic and bride-to-be, Shelby; her always supportive mother, M'Lynn; Truvy's gawky assistant, Annelle; the city's curmudgeon, Ouiser; and the town's former first lady, Clairee, are the warm Southern belles who know how to survive life's challenges with their unwavering friendship. But when Shelby decides to conceive, things will turn upside down..
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White Limozeen
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AlbumMay 1, 1989

White Limozeen

White Limozeen is the twenty-ninth solo studio album by Dolly …
White Limozeen is the twenty-ninth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on May 30, 1989, by Columbia Records. The album returned the performer to the country music fold, after the critical and commercial failure of 1987's Rainbow. The album was produced by Ricky Skaggs, and featured a duet with Mac Davis, along with a cover version of Don Francisco's Christian classic, "He's Alive", as well as a bluegrass cover of the 1978 REO Speedwagon hit "Time for Me to Fly." For Parton's efforts, she was rewarded with two country #1 singles: "Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That" and "Yellow Roses". The album spent 100 weeks and peaked at #3 on the U.S. country albums chart and won Parton back much of the critical praise she had lost with Rainbow. It ended up being certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
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Nomination1989

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That".
Grammy Award
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
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Nomination1989

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That".
Grammy Award
Nomination1989

Video of the Year

Nominated for "Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That".
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1989

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1989

Entertainer of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
1988
Award1988

Favorite Actress in a New TV Series

Won People's Choice Award …
Won People's Choice Award for Favorite Actress in a New TV Series.
People's Choice Award
Vocal Event of the Year
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Award1988

Vocal Event of the Year

Won award for "Trio".
Country Music Association Award
Vocal Event of the Year
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Nomination1988

Vocal Event of the Year

Nominated for "Trio".
Country Music Association Award
Award1988

Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer

Won People's Choice Award …
Won People's Choice Award for Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer.
People's Choice Award
1987
Rainbow
AlbumNov 1, 1987

Rainbow

Rainbow is the twenty-eighth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. …
Rainbow is the twenty-eighth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on November 25, 1987, by Columbia Records. The original plan, when Parton signed with CBS, was for her to alternate between releasing pop and country albums (rather than trying to combine the two styles on each album), but due to Rainbow's poor sales and tepid critical reception, the plan was quickly abandoned, and Parton more or less focused on recording country material for the remainder of her association with the label.
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Dolly
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TV ShowSep 27, 1987

Dolly

ABC made a valiant attempt to revive the concept of an …
ABC made a valiant attempt to revive the concept of an overblown prime-time variety show in this series, which was headlined by country music sensation Dolly Parton. Much like the Sid and Marty Krofft series that was developed for Barbara Mandrell, each episode featured guests gallore and music "with a lot of heart."
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Trio
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AlbumJan 1, 1987

Trio

Trio is the first collaborative studio album by Dolly Parton, …
Trio is the first collaborative studio album by Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt. It was released on March 2, 1987, by Warner Bros. Records. The album has sold over 4 million copies worldwide and has also received several accolades.
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Album of the Year
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Nomination1987

Album of the Year

Nominated for "Trio".
Academy of Country Music Award
Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
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Award1987

Best Country Performance by a Duo or …

Won award for "Trio".
Grammy Award
Album of the Year
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Award1987

Album of the Year

Won award for "Trio".
Academy of Country Music Award
Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
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Nomination1987

Best Country Performance by a Duo or …

Nominated for "Trio".
Grammy Award
Album of the Year
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Nomination1987

Album of the Year

Nominated for "Trio".
Grammy Award
Nomination1987

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Album of the Year
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Nomination1987

Album of the Year

Nominated for "Trio".
Country Music Association Award
1986
A Smoky Mountain Christmas
TV ShowDec 14, 1986

A Smoky Mountain Christmas

A country and western singer …
A country and western singer on a trip through the Tennessee mountains runs into a reclusive backwoodsman, and a witch.
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1985
Real Love
AlbumFeb 1, 1985

Real Love

Real Love is the twenty-seventh solo studio album by Dolly …
Real Love is the twenty-seventh solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on January 21, 1985, by RCA Records. The album was produced by David Malloy (best known for his work with Eddie Rabbitt), and would be Parton's last studio album for RCA Records, her label for the previous eighteen years. The album included the #1 country singles "Real Love" (a duet with Kenny Rogers that also reached #91 on the U.S. pop charts) and "Think About Love", as well as the #3 country single "Don't Call it Love" and the top twenty #17 country single "Tie Our Love (In a Double Knot)", as well as a cover of Nanci Griffith's "Once in a Very Blue Moon".
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Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Nomination1985

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Real Love".
Grammy Award
Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
Nomination1985

Best Country Performance by a Duo or …

Nominated for "Real Love".
Grammy Award
Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
Nomination1985

Best Country Performance by a Duo or …

Nominated for "Real Love".
Grammy Award
Nomination1985

Favorite Country Song

Nominated for "Islands in the Stream".
American Music Award
Nomination1985

Favorite Country Single

Nominated for "Islands in the Stream".
American Music Award
Award1985

Favorite Country Song

Won award for "Islands in the Stream".
American Music Award
Award1985

Favorite Country Single

Won award for "Islands in the Stream".
American Music Award
1984
Once Upon a Christmas
AlbumDec 1, 1984

Once Upon a Christmas

Once Upon a Christmas is a …
Once Upon a Christmas is a collaborative studio album by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. It was released on October 29, 1984, by RCA Records.
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SongDec 1, 1984

The Greatest Gift of All
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Rhinestone
TV ShowJun 20, 1984

Rhinestone

Rhinestone is a 1984 American musical comedy film directed …
Rhinestone is a 1984 American musical comedy film directed by Bob Clark from a screenplay by Sylvester Stallone and Phil Alden Robinson and starring Stallone and Dolly Parton.
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Nomination1984

Favorite Country Song

Nominated for "Islands in the Stream".
American Music Award
The Great Pretender
AlbumJan 1, 1984

The Great Pretender

The Great Pretender is the 26th solo studio album by Dolly …
The Great Pretender is the 26th solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on January 23, 1984, by RCA Records. It is composed of covers of hits from the 1950s and 1960s. The album was produced by Val Garay. It made heavy use of synthesizers and had a decidedly pop sound. The first single, a remake of The Drifters' 1960 hit "Save the Last Dance for Me" was a top 10 country single for Parton in early 1984 and came close to making the pop Top 40 as well (#45). Dolly Parton's cover of the 1965 Petula Clark hit "Downtown" was the album's second single. The title song was originally a hit for The Platters in 1956.
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Nomination1984

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Tennessee Homesick Blues".
Grammy Award
Nomination1984

Best Selling Single

Nominated for Juno Award for Best Selling Single.
Juno Award
Worst Original Song
Nomination1984

Worst Original Song

Nominated for "Rhinestone".
Golden Raspberry Award
Nomination1984

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for Grammy …
Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
Grammy Award
Award1984

Favorite Country Song

Won award for "Islands in the Stream".
American Music Award
Worst Original Song
Award1984

Worst Original Song

Won award for "Rhinestone".
Golden Raspberry Award
Nomination1984

Favorite Country Video

Nominated for "Potential New Boyfriend".
American Music Award
Nomination1984

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1984

Single of the Year

Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Single …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Single of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
1983
Burlap & Satin
AlbumMay 1, 1983

Burlap & Satin

Burlap & Satin is the twenty-fifth solo studio album by Dolly …
Burlap & Satin is the twenty-fifth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on May 2, 1983, by RCA Records. The album straddled the line between pop and country sounds. Consisting mostly of Parton's own compositions, two tracks were outtakes from the Best Little Whorehouse in Texas film: "A Cowboy's Ways" (a song intended for costar Burt Reynolds to perform in the film that was ultimately cut out of the film) and "A Gamble Either Way". The album's single, "Potential New Boyfriend" was a top 20 country single and was accompanied by Parton's first ever music video. Willie Nelson duetted on a cover of the Eddy Arnold hit "I Really Don't Want to Know".
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Award1983

Vocal Duo of the Year

Won Academy of Country …
Won Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Duo of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1983

Single Record of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Single Record of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1983

Vocal Duo of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Duo of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Nomination1983

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Burlap & Satin".
Grammy Award
Nomination1983

Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Grou…

Nominated for "Islands in the Stream".
Grammy Award
Award1983

Single Record of the Year

Won Academy of Country …
Won Academy of Country Music Award for Single Record of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
1982
Greatest Hits
AlbumOct 4, 1982

Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits is a compilation album by Dolly Parton, …
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by Dolly Parton, released in October 1982. It focused mostly on Parton's late 1970s pop hits. The original track list was revised a year later to include Parton's 1983 duet hit with Kenny Rogers, "Islands in the Stream". The album has since been reissued with an abbreviated track listing.
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The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
TV ShowJul 23, 1982

The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas

The Best Little Whorehouse …
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas stars Dolly Parton and Burt Reynolds. It is both a musical and a comedy. Ed is the sheriff of a small town in Texas. He has been allowing Miss Mona to run the Chicken Ranch brothel. Miss Mona is dating another member of law enforcement, Deputy Fred. Other than her business Miss Mona follows the law. Melvin Thrope who is a well known television personality comes to town and does a story on the whorehouse. This new negative publicity makes Miss Mona agree to shut the business down. Before closing she allows the college football teams to celebrate at the Chicken Ranch. The report broadcasts this as well as Ed telling him off. The governor does make a ruling to shut is down. Instead he lets the voters decide. They want it shut down. Miss Mona is not happy but she agrees to close down the Chicken Ranch.
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Heartbreak Express
AlbumApr 1, 1982

Heartbreak Express

Heartbreak Express in the twenty-fourth solo studio album by …
Heartbreak Express in the twenty-fourth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on March 29, 1982, by RCA Records. The album returned Parton to a more fully realized country sound (a process she had begun on the previous year's 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs), after her late 1970s pop recordings. The album's first single, "Single Women", a slow-tempo honkytonk ballad about a singles bar, was written by Saturday Night Live writer Michael O'Donoghue, and had previously appeared in an SNL skit in late 1980. The single provided a top ten single for Parton. The title cut also was a top ten hit for her. "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind" (a song Parton had written in the early 1970s but had never officially recorded) appeared as a double-A-sided single (along with Parton's rerecording of "I Will Always Love You" from the Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Soundtrack), and reached #1 on the country charts in August 1982.
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Nomination1982

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "I Will Always Love You".
Grammy Award
Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
Nomination1982

Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy o…

Nominated for "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1982

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for Grammy …
Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
Grammy Award
1981
Nomination1981

Entertainer of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Album of the Year
Nomination1981

Album of the Year

Nominated for "9 to 5 and Odd Jobs".
Academy of Country Music Award
Song of the Year
Nomination1981

Song of the Year

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Grammy Award
Nomination1981

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

Nominated for "Nine to Five".
Grammy Award
Album of the Year
Nomination1981

Album of the Year

Nominated for "9 to 5 and Odd Jobs".
Country Music Association Award
Best Country Song
Nomination1981

Best Country Song

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Grammy Award
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Nomination1981

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Grammy Award
Nomination1981

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for Grammy …
Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
Grammy Award
Best Country Song
Award1981

Best Country Song

Won award for "9 to 5".
Grammy Award
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Award1981

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Won award for "9 to 5".
Grammy Award
Award1981

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Won Grammy Award for Best …
Won Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
Grammy Award
1980
9 to 5
TV ShowDec 19, 1980

9 to 5

9 to 5 (listed in the opening credits as Nine to Five) is a 1980 …
9 to 5 (listed in the opening credits as Nine to Five) is a 1980 American comedy film produced by Bruce Gilbert, story by Patricia Resnick, screenplay by Resnick and Colin Higgins, and directed by Higgins. It stars Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Dolly Parton as three working women who live out their fantasies of getting even with, and their overthrow of, the company's autocratic, "sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot" boss, played by Dabney Coleman.
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9 to 5 and Odd Jobs
AlbumNov 1, 1980

9 to 5 and Odd Jobs

9 to 5 and Odd Jobs is the twenty-third solo studio album by …
9 to 5 and Odd Jobs is the twenty-third solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on November 17, 1980, by RCA Records. A concept album about working, the album was centered on Parton's hit "9 to 5", which served as the theme song to the film of the same name (co-starring Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin), and topped both the U.S. country and pop charts. The album's two additional singles—a cover of Mike Settle's "But You Know I Love You" and a reading of "The House of the Rising Sun" – provided further country hits, with "But You Know I Love You" also reaching #1.
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Dolly, Dolly, Dolly
AlbumApr 1, 1980

Dolly, Dolly, Dolly

Dolly, Dolly, Dolly is the twenty-second solo studio album by …
Dolly, Dolly, Dolly is the twenty-second solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on April 14, 1980, by RCA Records. Coming at the height of her late 1970s-1980s quest for pop success, the album was her least traditional country-sounding album to that point, with a number of songs bordering on disco. Though the album's two singles, "Starting Over Again" (written by Donna Summer and Bruce Sudano) and "Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You" topped the U.S. country charts ("Starting Over Again" also hit #36 on the pop charts), the album is generally regarded by critics, as well as Parton's fans, as one of the least satisfying albums of her career; it was almost universally panned at the time of its release; of the major press, only People Magazine reviewed it favorably. The album was noteworthy for being one of the only Parton albums to that point not to include a single of her own compositions; it was composed entirely of covers.
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Nomination1980

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Song of the Year
Nomination1980

Song of the Year

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Academy of Country Music Award
Best Original Song
Nomination1980

Best Original Song

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Academy Award
New Star of the Year – Actress
Nomination1980

New Star of the Year – Actress

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Golden Globe Award
Nomination1980

Single Record of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Single Record of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1980

Entertainer of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
Nomination1980

Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy o…

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Golden Globe Award
Best Original Song
Nomination1980

Best Original Song

Nominated for "9 to 5".
Golden Globe Award
Award1980

Female Vocalist of the Year

Won Academy of Country …
Won Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
1979
Great Balls of Fire
AlbumMay 24, 1979

Great Balls of Fire

Great Balls of Fire is the twenty-first solo studio album by Dolly …
Great Balls of Fire is the twenty-first solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on May 28, 1979, by RCA Records. The album's first single, "You're the Only One", topped the U.S. country charts in mid 1979 (#59 pop), while the follow-up single, "Sweet Summer Lovin'", was a top ten country hit at #7 (#77 pop). The album included two covers: the title song, a remake of the Jerry Lee Lewis hit from 1957; and a bluegrass-inspired recording of The Beatles hit "Help!".
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Song of the Year
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Nomination1979

Song of the Year

Nominated for "You're the Only One".
Academy of Country Music Award
Favorite Country Song
Nomination1979

Favorite Country Song

Nominated for "Here You Come Again".
American Music Award
Nomination1979

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Favorite Country Album
Nomination1979

Favorite Country Album

Nominated for "Here You Come Again".
American Music Award
Favorite Country Single
Nomination1979

Favorite Country Single

Nominated for "Here You Come Again".
American Music Award
1978
Heartbreaker
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AlbumJul 1, 1978

Heartbreaker

Heartbreaker is the twentieth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. …
Heartbreaker is the twentieth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on July 17, 1978, by RCA Victor. Released following the huge pop crossover success of Here You Come Again, Heartbreaker was designed as an even more direct aim at the pop charts, with several of its songs verging on disco. The title song, a ballad written by Carole Bayer Sager, topped the U.S. country charts, and became Parton's third top-forty pop hit, while the follow-up single was the double-A-sided "Baby I'm Burning"/"I Really Got the Feeling", with "Baby I'm Burnin'" targeted for pop airplay, and "I Really Got the Feeling" for country. The formula (which had previously worked for Here You Come Again's double-A-sided "Two Doors Down"/"It's All Wrong, but It's All Right") was successful again, with the single reaching #1 on the country charts, and #25 on the pop charts.
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Nomination1978

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1978

Individual Performance - Variety Or Musi…

Nominated for "Cher... Special".
Primetime Emmy Award
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Nomination1978

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Here You Come Again".
Grammy Award
Nomination1978

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for Grammy …
Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
Grammy Award
Nomination1978

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Nomination1978

Single of the Year

Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Single …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Single of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Album of the Year
Nomination1978

Album of the Year

Nominated for "Here You Come Again".
Country Music Association Award
Award1978

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Won Grammy Award for Best …
Won Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
Grammy Award
Nomination1978

Entertainer of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1978

Entertainer of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Award1978

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Won award for "Here You Come Again".
Grammy Award
Favorite Country Album
Award1978

Favorite Country Album

Won award for "New Harvest...First Gathering".
American Music Award
Award1978

Entertainer of the Year

Won Country Music …
Won Country Music Association Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
1977
Here You Come Again
AlbumOct 29, 1977

Here You Come Again

Here You Come Again is the nineteenth solo studio album …
Here You Come Again is the nineteenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on October 3, 1977, by RCA Victor. It was Parton's first album to be certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, for shipping a million copies.
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New Harvest...First Gathering
AlbumFeb 1, 1977

New Harvest...First Gathering

New Harvest...First …
New Harvest...First Gathering is the eighteenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on February 14, 1977, by RCA Victor. It is significant for being Parton's first self-produced album, as well as her first effort aimed specifically at the pop charts.
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Award1977

Entertainer of the Year

Won Academy of Country …
Won Academy of Country Music Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1977

Entertainer of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Album of the Year
Nomination1977

Album of the Year

Nominated for "Here You Come Again".
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1977

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher".
Grammy Award
Nomination1977

Entertainer of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Nomination1977

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
Nomination1977

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Here You Come Again".
Grammy Award
Nomination1977

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
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Nomination1977

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Here You Come Again".
Grammy Award
1976
All I Can Do
AlbumAug 1, 1976

All I Can Do

All I Can Do is the seventeenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. …
All I Can Do is the seventeenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on August 16, 1976, by RCA Victor.
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Nomination1976

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1976

Entertainer of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Entertainer of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Nomination1976

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Award1976

Female Vocalist of the Year

Won Country Music …
Won Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Nomination1976

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "All I Can Do".
Grammy Award
1975
Dolly: The Seeker/We Used To
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AlbumSep 1, 1975

Dolly: The Seeker/We Used To

Dolly is the sixteenth solo …
Dolly is the sixteenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on September 15, 1975, by RCA Victor. To differentiate it from Parton's 2009 4-disc, career-spanning box set, which is also titled Dolly, the album is sometimes referred to as Dolly: The Seeker – We Used To.
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The Bargain Store
AlbumMar 16, 1975

The Bargain Store

The Bargain Store is the fifteenth solo studio album by Dolly …
The Bargain Store is the fifteenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on February 17, 1975, by RCA Victor. In the Parton-penned title track, one of her best-known compositions, she used worn, second-hand merchandise in a discount store as a metaphor for a woman damaged by an ill-fated relationship. The song was dropped from a number of country stations' playlists when programmers mistook the line "you can easily afford the price" as a thinly veiled reference to prostitution. Despite the decrease in airplay, the song nonetheless topped the U.S. country singles charts in April 1975.
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Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Nomination1975

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Jolene".
Grammy Award
Nomination1975

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Award1975

Female Vocalist of the Year

Won Country Music …
Won Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Nomination1975

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
1974
Love Is Like a Butterfly
AlbumSep 1, 1974

Love Is Like a Butterfly

Love Is Like a Butterfly is the …
Love Is Like a Butterfly is the fourteenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on September 16, 1974, by RCA Victor. The title track was the third consecutive single to reach #1 on the U.S. country charts for Parton. For the few years before her pop chart success, "Butterfly" was considered Parton's signature song and was used as the theme song for her 1976 syndicated music series Dolly!. The album peaked at # 7 on the country albums charts. The album was rereleased on iTunes in March 2014 the same day as her 2014 album Blue Smoke was made available for pre-order.
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Jolene
AlbumFeb 1, 1974

Jolene

Jolene is the thirteenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was …
Jolene is the thirteenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on February 4, 1974, by RCA Victor. The title track, "Jolene", tells the tale of a housewife confronting a beautiful seductress who she believes is having an affair with her husband. It became Parton's second solo number-one country single; it also was a moderate pop hit for her, and also did well in the United Kingdom. Since downloads were introduced to the Official Chart in 2005, it’s amassed 255,300 downloads – and 6.68 million streams. It has been covered by numerous performers.
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Nomination1974

Vocal Group of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Group of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Nomination1974

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Jolene".
Grammy Award
Nomination1974

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1974

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
1973
Bubbling Over
AlbumOct 14, 1973

Bubbling Over

Bubbling Over is the twelfth solo studio album by American …
Bubbling Over is the twelfth solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on September 10, 1973, by RCA Victor. The album cover photo was shot by Nashville photographer Les Leverett near the fountain at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
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My Tennessee Mountain Home
AlbumApr 21, 1973

My Tennessee Mountain Home

My Tennessee Mountain …
My Tennessee Mountain Home is the eleventh solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on April 2, 1973, by RCA Victor. The house pictured on the album cover was the house in which the Parton family lived during the late 1940s and early 1950s.
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Nomination1973

Vocal Duo or Group of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Duo or Group of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1973

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
1972
My Favorite Songwriter: Porter Wagoner
AlbumOct 29, 1972

My Favorite Songwriter: Porter Wagoner

My Favorite Songwriter, …
My Favorite Songwriter, Porter Wagoner is the tenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on October 2, 1972, by RCA Victor. The album peaked on the U.S. country albums chart at #33, while its single, "Washday Blues" reached #20. "When I Sing for Him" is a gospel song that was released as a single but did not chart. "Lonely Comin' Down" also appeared on 1974's Jolene album and was later included (as was "When I Sing for Him") on the 1975 compilation Best of Dolly Parton.
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Touch Your Woman
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AlbumMar 10, 1972

Touch Your Woman

Touch Your Woman is the ninth solo studio album by …
Touch Your Woman is the ninth solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on March 6, 1972, by RCA Victor. The album's title song and single, "Touch Your Woman", was nominated for a Grammy.
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Nomination1972

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
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Nomination1972

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Touch Your Woman".
Grammy Award
Nomination1972

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Album of the Year
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Nomination1972

Album of the Year

Nominated for "Coat of Many Colors".
Country Music Association Award
1971
Coat of Many Colors
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AlbumOct 1, 1971

Coat of Many Colors

Coat of Many Colors is the eighth solo studio album by …
Coat of Many Colors is the eighth solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on October 4, 1971, by RCA Victor. The album was nominated for Album of the Year at the 1972 CMA Awards. It also appeared on Time Magazine's list of the 100 Greatest Albums of All Time and at No. 301 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Parton has cited the title track on numerous occasions as her personal favorite of all the songs she has written.
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Joshua
AlbumMay 1, 1971

Joshua

Joshua is the seventh solo studio album by American singer …
Joshua is the seventh solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on April 12, 1971, by RCA Victor. The album's single, "Joshua", was nominated for a Grammy and was Parton's first song to reach No. 1 on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.
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Nomination1971

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Nomination1971

Vocal Group of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Group of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Nomination1971

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Joshua".
Grammy Award
Award1971

Vocal Duo of the Year

Won Country Music …
Won Country Music Association Award for Vocal Duo of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
1970
As Long as I Love
AlbumApr 1, 1970

As Long as I Love

As Long as I Love is a compilation album by American singer …
As Long as I Love is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on June 8, 1970, by Monument Records. The album is made up of songs Parton had recorded while signed to Monument Records. She left the label in 1967 to sign with RCA Victor after having released only one album. Three of the songs had previously been issued on singles, the remaining nine songs were previously unreleased.
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The Fairest of Them All
AlbumFeb 1, 1970

The Fairest of Them All

The Fairest of Them All is …
The Fairest of Them All is the fifth solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on February 2, 1970, by RCA Victor. The album was reissued on CD in 2010 with Parton's 1972 album, My Favorite Songwriter, Porter Wagoner. It was released as a digital download on January 11, 2011.
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Nomination1970

Vocal Group of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Group of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Award1970

Vocal Duo of the Year

Won Country Music …
Won Country Music Association Award for Vocal Duo of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Award1970

Vocal Group of the Year

Won Academy of Country …
Won Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Group of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1970

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
Nomination1970

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Nomination1970

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Nominated for "Mule Skinner Blues".
Grammy Award
1969
My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy
AlbumSep 1, 1969

My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy

My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy …
My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy is the fourth solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on September 8, 1969, by RCA Victor. The album was released as a digital download on October 22, 2013.
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In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)
AlbumFeb 15, 1969

In the Good Old Days (When Times Wer…

In the Good Old Days (When …
In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) is the third solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on February 3, 1969, by RCA Victor. The album was reissued on cassette in Germany in 1987 and CD in Portugal in 1997.
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Nomination1969

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Nomination1969

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Academy of …
Nominated for Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Academy of Country Music Award
1968
Just Because I'm a Woman
AlbumMay 4, 1968

Just Because I'm a Woman

Just Because I'm a Woman …
Just Because I'm a Woman is the second solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on April 15, 1968, by RCA Victor. The album was reissued on CD in 1995 as 2Gether on 1 with Porter Wagoner and Parton's first collaboration album, Just Between You and Me. It was reissued in 2003 with new liner notes and two bonus tracks recorded for Parton's 1970 live album, A Real Live Dolly, including her first live performance of "Coat of Many Colors".
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Nomination1968

Female Vocalist of the Year

Nominated for Country Music …
Nominated for Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Country Music Association Award
Just Between You and Me
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AlbumJan 1, 1968

Just Between You and Me

Just Between You and Me is …
Just Between You and Me is the first collaborative studio album by Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. It was released on January 15, 1968 by RCA Victor. The album was released shortly after Parton joined Wagoner's band and became a regular on his weekly television show, The Porter Wagoner Show, and signed with RCA.
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1967
Hello, I'm Dolly
AlbumFeb 13, 1967

Hello, I'm Dolly

Hello, I'm Dolly is the debut studio album by American singer …
Hello, I'm Dolly is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on February 13, 1967, by Monument Records. The album, along with its two hit singles, is largely credited with bringing Parton to the attention of Porter Wagoner, who, in late 1967, would invite Parton to join his band and appear on his weekly television show.
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1966
Carl Dean
MarriageMay 1966

Carl Dean

Carl Dean was born as Carl Thomas Dean. He is an …
Carl Dean was born as Carl Thomas Dean. He is an actor, known for Vigorish (2003). He has been married to Dolly Parton since May 30, 1966.
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1946
Dolly Parton
Birth1946

Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton was born.
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