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  • Feb 19, 1977
    Dolly Parton's family guests on the "Dolly" TV variety show. The entire ensemble, including sister Stella Parton, does "In The Pines"
    Feb 26, 1977
    Actress Karen Black appears on the syndicated "Dolly" TV show. Host Dolly Parton performs a solo version of "What Ain't To Be, Just Might Happen" and duets with Black on "Me And Bobby McGee." Black also covers "Satin Sheets"
    Mar 5, 1977
    Mel Tillis and Dolly Parton perform the former R&B hit "Don't Let Go" on the syndicated variety series "Dolly." Parton also covers "Last Time I Saw Him" and "Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show." Tillis turns in "Good Woman Blues"
    Mar 19, 1977
    Captain Kangaroo guests on Dolly Parton's syndicated TV show "Dolly." Parton sings "My Tennessee Mountain Home" and "Coat Of Many Colors"
    Apr 2, 1977
    Tennessee Ernie Ford makes a guest appearance on the "Dolly" syndicated series. Host Dolly Parton sings "Jolene" and "Sunshine On My Shoulders"
    Apr 16, 1977
    The syndicated "Dolly" TV series features a trio performance of "The Sweetest Gift" by Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris with show host Dolly Parton. Ronstadt delivers "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)," and Parton throws in a cover of "Silver Threads And Golden Needles"
    Apr 23, 1977
    This boat is rockin': Dolly Parton welcomes guests The Hues Corporation on her syndicated TV show "Dolly." Parton covers "Thank God I'm A Country Girl" and teams with the group on "Today I Started Loving You Again"




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