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Sep 5, 1967Dolly Parton makes her first appearance on TV's "The Porter Wagoner Show"Sep 14, 1967Dolly Parton makes her first in-concert appearance in Porter Wagoner's show in Lebanon, Virginia. She's greeted with boos and chants for Norma Jean, the female singer she replacedOct 7, 1967Sevier County holds the first Dolly Parton Day as 7,000 people gather at the courthouse for a show that also features Porter Wagoner and Mel TillisOct 9, 1967Dolly Parton and her uncle, Bill Owens, establish Owepar, a publishing company that owns the copyrights to their songsOct 10, 1967Dolly Parton records with Porter Wagoner for the first timeOct 11, 1967Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton record "The Last Thing On My Mind"Oct 16, 1967Dolly Parton replaces Norma Jean on "The Porter Wagoner Show"Dec 11, 1967Dolly Parton records as a solo artist for RCA for the first timeJan 31, 1968Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton record "Holding On To Nothin'"May 22, 1968Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton record "We'll Get Ahead Someday"
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