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  • Jan 15, 1983
    Dolly Parton cancels the remainder of her winter concerts, after receiving death threats in Owensboro, Kentucky
    Jan 24, 1983
    Dolly Parton cancels her spring concert tour, and says she'll release her band after shows in March at the London Palladium
    Mar 28, 1983
    Dolly Parton begins a two-night stand at the London Palladium, shooting it for an HBO special, "Dolly In Concert." The set includes "Baby I'm Burnin'," "Great Balls Of Fire," "9 To 5" and "I Will Always Love You"
    Mar 29, 1983
    A bomb threat disrupts--but doesn't cancel--Dolly Parton's appearance at the Dominion Theater in London
    Apr 11, 1983
    The Bee Gees' Barry Gibb begins producing the Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton duet "Islands In The Stream"
    May 9, 1983
    "The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas," starring Dolly Parton and Burt Reynolds, receives the Tex Ritter Award as the top country movie during the 18th annual Academy Of Country Music awards, aired on NBC from Knott's Berry Farm in California
    May 10, 1983
    RCA releases Dolly Parton's album "Burlap & Satin"
    Jun 4, 1983
    Dolly Parton appears on TV's syndicated music countdown "Solid Gold"
    Jun 18, 1983
    "Pump Boys And Dinettes" closes a 17-month run at Broadway's Princess Theatre, including one last performance of "The Night Dolly Parton Was Almost Mine"
    Jun 19, 1983
    "Dolly In Concert" premieres on HBO. Shot in London, the special is bookended by "Baby I'm Burnin'" and "I Will Always Love You." Titles in the middle include "Jolene," "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind," "Two Doors Down" and "Here You Come Again"

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