Dolly-Parton

Dolly Parton escaped the struggles of her life early on by using her creative and imaginative imagination. Even before learning to read or write she wrote her own music. Within 8 years she got her first guitar. In the age of 11, she began to sing on Knoxville Tenn's radio station. Gold Band Records is a small, independent label. Although she was in school, she had established a name for herself on the local scene. But her dream was to to perform at a much greater scale. The singer moved to Nashville the day after graduating in 1964. Dumb Blonde (1967) and Something Fishy (1968) were her first two charting albums on Monument Records. At about this time Porter Wagoner was looking for a new girl singer for his syndicated television show. Parton was offered the gig in 1967 and signed to RCA Records in 1968 and was a part of in the Grand Ole Opry in 1969. In 1974, she quit Wagoner's show due to the commercial success of her solo songs like Joshua Coats of Many Colors or Jolene was way ahead of their joint release. Parton's hit song, I'll Never Have Love for You (for Wagoner), was able to reach the number. 1 spot after they broke up. It was the first time a single reached No.

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