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  • Apr 25, 1970
    Sevierville, Tennessee, celebrates the second Dolly Parton Day with a concert at the county high school that includes a surprise guest: Porter Wagoner. On the set list: "Daddy Come And Get Me," "Tomorrow Is Forever" and "Coat Of Many Colors"
    May 4, 1970
    Dolly Parton records the Jimmie Rodgers classic "Mule Skinner Blues" at Nashville's RCA Studio B
    Oct 14, 1970
    Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton win the Country Music Association's first Vocal Duo of the Year award at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium
    Oct 21, 1970
    Dolly Parton records "Joshua" in an afternoon at RCA Studio B in Nashville
    Dec 14, 1970
    Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton record "Better Move It On Home"
    Feb 6, 1971
    Dolly Parton scores her first #1 single in Billboard with "Joshua"
    Apr 7, 1971
    Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton record "The Right Combination" and "Burning The Midnight Oil"
    Apr 27, 1971
    Dolly Parton records "Coat Of Many Colors" in Nashville at RCA Studio B
    Jun 4, 1971
    New York's Madison Square Garden draws 11,000 fans in its first all-Nashville package show, featuring Sonny James, Dolly Parton, Conway Twitty, Porter Wagoner, Del Reeves, Jim Ed Brown, Faron Young and Loretta Lynn
    Jun 6, 1971
    Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton perform at the Sevierville High School gymnasium on Dolly Parton Day, with Dolly receiving her first gold record, for sales of "Just Because I'm A Woman" in South Africa

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