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  • Nov 27, 1976
    KC & The Sunshine Band shake their booties on Dolly Parton's syndicated television show "Dolly." Parton sings "Flowers On The Wall" and "In The Ghetto" solo and joins KC and crew on "Cryin' Time"
    Dec 3, 1976
    Dolly Parton records "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher" at Nashville's Soundshop. The performance earns her a Grammy nomination
    Dec 4, 1976
    Bobby Goldsboro and Dolly Parton duet on "Proud Mary" and "Let It Be Me" on the syndicated TV show "Dolly." Parton also sings "The Door Is Always Open" and "The Carroll County Accident." Goldsboro performs "Watching Scotty Grow"
    Dec 11, 1976
    Game show icon Chuck Woolery appears on Dolly Parton's TV show "Dolly." He performs "Little Green Apples"; she contributes "Burning Love" and "(Sittin') On The Dock Of The Bay"
    Dec 16, 1976
    Overdubs are held at Nashville's Creative Workshop for Dolly Parton's "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher," destined to receive a Grammy nomination
    Dec 18, 1976
    Lynn Anderson sings "That'll Be The Day," "Takin' Care Of Business" and "Dumb Blonde" with Dolly Parton on the syndicated "Dolly" variety series. Parton performs "We Used To" on her own, and Anderson delivers "Cry"
    Dec 25, 1976
    Dolly Parton's "Dolly" variety show welcomes a pre-Vince Gill lineup of Pure Prairie League as musical guest. Parton sings "Afternoon Delight" and joins the band for a cover of "Bye Bye Love"
    Jan 1, 1977
    Dolly Parton, John Hartford and La Costa perform "Gentle On My Mind" on the syndicated "Dolly" TV show. Parton also covers "When Will I Be Loved"
    Jan 8, 1977
    Tom T. Hall and Dolly Parton duet on "I Love" during the syndicated TV show "Dolly." Hall does a solo version of "(Old Dogs-Children And) Watermelon Wine," and Parton chips in "Coat Of Many Colors"
    Jan 15, 1977
    Ray Stevens and host Dolly Parton duet on "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby" during an episode of the syndicated variety show "Dolly." Parton also covers "Great Balls Of Fire," "Lyin' Eyes" and "City Of New Orleans"

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