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  • May 6, 1978
    Dolly Parton climbs to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right"
    Jun 12, 1978
    "The Best Of Dolly Parton" becomes the singer's second RIAA-certified gold album
    Jul 19, 1978
    RCA releases Dolly Parton's album "Heartbreaker"
    Aug 16, 1978
    Dolly Parton's album "Heartbreaker" is certified gold by the RIAA
    Aug 21, 1978
    Dolly Parton gives a free lunchtime concert at New York's City Hall, where she receives a key to the city from mayor Ed Koch
    Aug 24, 1978
    Mayor Dennis Kucinich presents Dolly Parton a key to the city when she plays the Blossom Center in Cleveland
    Aug 28, 1978
    Dolly Parton leads with four nominations for the Country Music Association's annual awards. Willie Nelson gets three. Parton is a finalist for Entertainer of the Year, along with Crystal Gayle, Kenny Rogers, Mel Tillis and Ronnie Milsap
    Sep 9, 1978
    Dolly Parton stakes out the #1 position on the Billboard country albums chart for the first of nine straight weeks with "Heartbreaker"
    Sep 28, 1978
    The Statler Brothers record "How To Be A Country Star" at Nashville's Sound Stage. The final verse celebrates Eddy Arnold, Charley Pride, Dolly Parton and Crystal Gayle
    Sep 29, 1978
    Dolly Parton hosts NBC's "The Midnight Special," singing "Heartbreaker," "Two Doors Down," "Here You Come Again" and "I Will Always Love You." Her guests include Crystal Gayle, Anne Murray, Paul McCartney & Wings and Alice Cooper

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