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  • Mar 2, 1976
    Charlie McCoy overdubs harmonica on the Dolly Parton single "All I Can Do" at RCA Studio B in Nashville
    Mar 20, 1976
    Dolly Parton cancels two shows in Wheeling, West Virginia, when a death threat is phoned in to radio station WWVA
    Apr 27, 1976
    Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris perform together for the first time during a taping of the syndicated "Dolly" TV show
    May 28, 1976
    A worn-out Dolly Parton cancels all of her concerts from June 4 through October 1 under doctor's orders
    Jun 10, 1976
    Dolly Parton and songwriter Paul Williams guest on NBC-TV's "The Mac Davis Show"
    Jul 1, 1976
    The Nashville Banner reports that Dolly Parton has signed with a Beverly Hills management firm, Katz-Gallin-Cleary, that also represents Mac Davis and Olivia Newton-John. The move touches off a firestorm of protest in Nashville
    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"

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