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Dec 1, 1972Dolly Parton re-signs with RCA Records in a deal that requires her to record at least 25 songs annually for the next five years. Duet partner Porter Wagoner is specified in the contract as her producerFeb 13, 1973Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton record "If Teardrops Were Pennies"Jun 12, 1973Dolly Parton records "Jolene" during the afternoon at RCA Studio B in NashvilleJun 13, 1973Dolly Parton records "I Will Always Love You" in a morning session at Nashville's RCA Studio B. She also records her own version of "Kentucky Gambler," destined to become a hit when it's recorded by Merle HaggardOct 12, 1973Dolly Parton and Tom T. Hall perform in Carthage, Tennessee, at the dedication of the Cordell Hull Dam and LakeFeb 2, 1974Dolly Parton's "Jolene" goes to #1 on the Billboard country chartFeb 19, 1974Dolly Parton announces she's ending her duet partnership with Porter WagonerApr 26, 1974Johnny Cash hosts "Country Comes Home," an NBC special shot at the new Grand Ole Opry House. Guests include Chet Atkins, Roy Acuff, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Tom T. Hall, Minnie Pearl, Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Ernest Tubb and Charlie RichMay 4, 1974Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton make what is billed as their last duet appearance on the Grand Ole OpryMay 16, 1974Dolly Parton makes her solo debut with a concert at Nashville's Northside Junior High School gym. Also on the show: Jim Ed Brown and Betty Jean Robinson
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