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  • May 16, 1974
    Dolly 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
    May 24, 1974
    Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton record "Please Don't Stop Loving Me"
    Jun 8, 1974
    Dolly Parton's original version of "I Will Always Love You" presides at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Jun 16, 1974
    Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton perform at Opryland in a show that Parton calls "the last time we'll play together." Parton dedicates the final song to Wagoner in front of an audience that includes Paul McCartney
    Jul 15, 1974
    Dolly Parton formally dissolves her partnership with Porter Wagoner
    Jul 16, 1974
    Dolly Parton records "Love Is Like A Butterfly" at Nashville's RCA Studio B
    Sep 16, 1974
    Merle Haggard records the Dolly Parton-penned "Kentucky Gambler" in a late-night session at the Columbia Studios in Nashville with Parton providing harmony. Haggard also cuts Parton's song "The Seeker," which she records for herself in December
    Oct 12, 1974
    Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton share the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart with "Please Don't Stop Loving Me"
    Nov 9, 1974
    Dolly Parton lands in the top position on the Billboard country singles chart with "Love Is Like A Butterfly"
    Nov 26, 1974
    Merle Haggard records "Always Wanting You," a song he wrote about Dolly Parton, at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville. Louise Mandrell provides backing vocals

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