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  • Sep 30, 1978
    Dolly Parton's "Heartbreaker" rises to the top of the Billboard country singles chart
    Oct 9, 1978
    Dolly Parton's dress splits as she walks off with the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year award during the 12th annual ceremony at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House
    Jan 9, 1979
    Mr. Blackwell names Dolly Parton the worst-dressed woman in America, saying there are "too many yards of Dolly poured into too few inches of fabric." Also on the list: Olivia Newton-John, Linda Ronstadt and Suzanne Somers
    Jan 10, 1979
    CBS shoots "Dolly & Carol In Nashville" at the Grand Ole Opry House, teaming Dolly Parton with Carol Burnett
    Jan 18, 1979
    Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris record together in Los Angeles, though it takes some eight years before an album ever materializes
    Jan 20, 1979
    Dolly Parton lights up the pole position on the Billboard country singles chart with "Baby I'm Burnin'"
    Jan 23, 1979
    The Nashville Banner declares Dolly Parton the highest-paid country concert performer, valued at a reported $60,000 per show. Willie Nelson is next at $50,000. A South Dakota promoter says he's more interested in The Oak Ridge Boys, at $15,000
    Feb 14, 1979
    CBS airs "Dolly & Carol In Nashville," a Dolly Parton-Carol Burnett special taped at the Grand Ole Opry House
    Feb 15, 1979
    Dolly Parton's "Here You Come Again" wins Best Country Vocal Performance, Female, during the 21st annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles
    Mar 21, 1979
    Porter Wagoner files a $3-million lawsuit against former duet partner Dolly Parton, charging she breached a 1970 management contract

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