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  • Aug 19, 1976
    Dolly Parton records "Light Of A Clear Blue Morning" in a 10 p.m. session at the Soundshop in Nashville
    Aug 20, 1976
    Seven string players are added to Dolly Parton's "Light Of A Clear Blue Morning" during an overdub session at the Soundshop in Nashville
    Aug 26, 1976
    Dolly Parton signs a contract with Porter Wagoner, agreeing to pay him 15% of her gross recording royalties during the duration of an agreement he negotiated for her with RCA Records
    Sep 11, 1976
    "Dolly," a syndicated half-hour television show hosted by Dolly Parton, debuts with guest Jim Stafford. She covers "Queen Of The Silver Dollar" and duets with Stafford on "Spiders & Snakes"
    Sep 25, 1976
    Anne Murray is the musical guest on the syndicated TV show "Dolly." Parton sings "The Battle Of New Orleans," "All I Can Do," "Let Me Be There" and "Drift Away"
    Oct 2, 1976
    Kenny Rogers guests on Dolly Parton's syndicated variety show "Dolly." The two join voices on "Spanish Eyes," "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" and "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain." Parton also sings "Knock Three Times" and "Joshua"
    Oct 9, 1976
    Ronnie Milsap performs "Pure Love" on the syndicated TV show "Dolly." Host Dolly Parton covers "Night Life"
    Oct 11, 1976
    Dolly Parton repeats as Female Vocalist of the Year during the 10th annual Country Music Association awards at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville
    Oct 23, 1976
    Dolly Parton's syndicated series "Dolly" welcomes guest Anson Williams, who portrays Potsie on the sitcom "Happy Days." Parton sings "The Bargain Store." Williams and Parton also duet on "Mack The Knife"
    Oct 27, 1976
    A giggling Dolly Parton drops by on the CBS children's show "Captain Kangaroo"

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