Dolly Parton Awards



  • Dolly Parton
    • Famous as : Country music singer
    • Birth Name : Dolly Rebecca Parton
    • Birth Date : January 19, 1946
    • Birth Place : Sevierville, Tennessee
    • Spouse : Carl Dean (businessman, since May 30, 1966)
    • Claim to Fame : Song "Joshua" from album "Joshua" (1971)

Awards

  • Academy Awards, USA

    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Song (from movie "Transamerica" (2005))
    • for "Travelin' Thru"
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Music, Original Song [from movie "Nine to Five" (1980)]
    • for "9 to 5"
  • Academy of Country Music Awards

    • 2009
    • Won Jim Reeves International Award 
    • Best Music, Original Song [from movie "Nine to Five" (1980)]
    • for "9 to 5"
    • 2006
    • Won Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "When I Get Where I'm Going"
    • shared with Brad Paisley
    • 2006
    • Won Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Video of the Year
    • for "When I Get Where I'm Going"
    • shared with Brad Paisley
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Song of the Year
    • for "When I Get Where I'm Going"
    • shared with Brad Paisley; Rivers Rutherford, George Teren (songwriters)
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "Creepin' In"
    • shared with Norah Jones
    • 2000
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Collaboration of the Year
    • for "After The Goldrush"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Top Vocal Duet
    • for "After The Goldrush"
    • shared with Vince Gill
    • 1991
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Duo of the Year
    • for "After The Goldrush"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1990
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for "After The Goldrush"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1989
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for "After The Goldrush"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1989
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "After The Goldrush"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1989
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Video of the Year
    • for "Why'd Ya Come In Here Lookin' Like That"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1987
    • Won Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Trio"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Trio"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1983
    • Won Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Duet of the Year
    • for "Trio"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1983
    • Won Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Single of the Year
    • for "Islands In The Stream"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for "Islands In The Stream"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "9 To 5 (And Odd Jobs)"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1980
    • Won Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "9 To 5 (And Odd Jobs)"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1980
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Song of the Year
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1980
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Single of the Year
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1980
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1979
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Song of the Year
    • for "You're The Only One"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1979
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "You're The Only One"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1978
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "You're The Only One"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1978
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for "You're The Only One"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1977
    • Won Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for "You're The Only One"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1977
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1977
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1976
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1975
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1974
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Duet of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1974
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1973
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Duet of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1973
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1972
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1971
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Duet of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Vocal Group of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1969
    • Got nomination for Academy of Country Music Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
  • American Music Awards

    • 1985
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Country Single
    • for "Tennessee Homesick Blues"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1984
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Country Single
    • for "Islands In The Stream"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1978
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Country Album
    • for "New Harvest, First Gathering"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
  • Association For Independent Music Awards

    • 2002
    • Won Association For Independent Music Award 
    • Best Bluegrass Album
    • for "Little Sparrow"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 2000
    • Won Association For Independent Music Award 
    • Best Bluegrass Album
    • for "The Grass Is Blue"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
  • BMI Awards

    • 2003
    • Won BMI Icon Award 
    • Best Bluegrass Album
    • for "The Grass Is Blue"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1998
    • Won Five-Million-Air Award 
    • Best Bluegrass Album
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1995
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1994
    • Won Four-Million-Air Award 
    • Pop
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1994
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1993
    • Won Three-Million-Air Award 
    • Pop
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1993
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1992
    • Won Two-Million-Air Award 
    • Pop
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1990
    • Won Million-Air Award 
    • Pop
    • for "Jolene"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1987
    • Won Million-Air Award 
    • Pop
    • for "Two Doors Down"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1987
    • Won Two-Million-Air Award 
    • Pop
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1985
    • Won Million-Air Award 
    • Pop
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1985
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Tennessee Homesick Blues"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1983
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Everything's Beautiful"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1983
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop
    • for "Everything's Beautiful"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1983
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Heartbreak Express"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1983
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1982
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1982
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1982
    • Won Million-Air Award 
    • Pop
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1982
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop
    • for "Heartbreak Express"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1981
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1981
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1981
    • Won Robert J Burton Award 
    • Country
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1979
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Baby I'm Burning"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1979
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1979
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Two Doors Down"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1979
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop
    • for "Baby I'm Burning"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1978
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Light Of A Clear Blue Morning"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1978
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop
    • for "Two Doors Down"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1978
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Two Doors Down"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1977
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "All I Can Do"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1976
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Say Forever You'll Be Mine"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1976
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "The Bargain Store"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1976
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "The Seeker"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1975
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Please Don't Stop Loving Me"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1975
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Kentucky Gambler"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1975
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1975
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Love Is Like A Butterfly"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1974
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Traveling Man"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1974
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Jolene"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1974
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Pop
    • for "Jolene"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1972
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "The Last One To Touch Me"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1971
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Joshua"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1971
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacherman"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1966
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Country
    • for "Put It Off Until Tomorrow"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
  • British CMA Awards

    • 1997
    • Won British CMA Country Legend award 
    • Country
    • for "Put It Off Until Tomorrow"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
  • Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

    • 2006
    • Got nomination for BFCA Award 
    • Best Song (fom movie "Transamerica" (2005))
    • for "Travelin' Thru"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
  • CableACE Awards

    • 1984
    • Got nomination for ACE Award 
    • Actress in a Comedy or Music Program
    • for Dolly In Concert (1983) (TV)
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
  • CMT Flameworthy Video Music Awards

    • 2004
    • Got nomination for CMT Flameworthy Video Music Award 
    • Best Video by a Female Artist
    • for "I'm Gone"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
  • CMT Music Awards

    • 2006
    • Won CMT Music Award 
    • Most Inspiring Video of the Year
    • for "When I Get Where I'm Going"
    • shared with Brad Paisley
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for CMT Music Award 
    • Collaborative Video of the Year
    • for "When I Get Where I'm Going"
    • shared with Brad Paisley
  • Country Music Association Awards

    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "When I Get Where I'm Going"
    • shared with Brad Paisley
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "Trio II"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1996
    • Won Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Vince Gill
    • 1994
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "Silver Threads & Golden Needles"
    • shared with Loretta Lynn; Tammy Wynette
    • 1994
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Tribute To Bob Wills"
    • shared with Asleep At The Wheel
    • 1993
    • Won Country Music Association Award 
    • Country Music Honors
    • for "Tribute To Bob Wills"
    • shared with Asleep At The Wheel
    • 1991
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "Rockin' Years"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1989
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Music Video of the Year
    • for "Why'd Ya Come In Here Lookin' Like That"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1988
    • Won Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Event of the Year
    • for "Why'd Ya Come In Here Lookin' Like That"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1987
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Why'd Ya Come In Here Lookin' Like That"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1987
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Trio"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Duo of the Year
    • for "Trio"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Duo of the Year
    • for "Trio"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Duo of the Year
    • for "Trio"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Single of the Year
    • for "Islands In The Stream"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "9 To 5 (And Odd Jobs)"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1978
    • Won Country Music Association Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for "9 To 5 (And Odd Jobs)"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1978
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1978
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1978
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Single of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1977
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1977
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1976
    • Won Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1976
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1975
    • Won Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1975
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Duo of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1974
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1974
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Duo of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1973
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Duo of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1972
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1972
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Duo of the Year
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1972
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Coat Of Many Colors"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1971
    • Won Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Duo of the Year
    • for Porter Wagoner
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1971
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for Porter Wagoner
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1970
    • Won Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Duo of the Year
    • for Porter Wagoner
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for Porter Wagoner
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1969
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Group of the Year
    • for Porter Wagoner
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1969
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for Porter Wagoner
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1968
    • Won Country Music Association Award 
    • Vocal Group of the Year
    • for Porter Wagoner
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1968
    • Got nomination for Country Music Association Award 
    • Female Vocalist of the Year
    • for Porter Wagoner
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
  • Country Music Hall Of Fame

    • 1999
    • Won Country Music Hall of Fame 
    • Inducted
    • for Porter Wagoner
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
  • Dove Awards

    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Dove Award 
    • Country Recorded Song of the Year
    • for "When I Get Where I'm Going"
    • shared with Brad Paisley
  • Drama Desk Awards

    • 2009
    • Got nomination for Drama Desk Award 
    • Outstanding Music
    • for "9 to 5"
    • shared with Brad Paisley
    • 2009
    • Got nomination for Drama Desk Award 
    • Outstanding Lyrics
    • for "9 to 5"
    • shared with Brad Paisley
  • Emmy Awards

    • 1978
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Variety or Music
    • for "Two Doors Down" in Cher... Special (1978) (TV)
    • shared with Brad Paisley
  • Golden Globes, USA

    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Original Song - Motion Picture (from movie "Transamerica" (2005))
    • for "Travelin' Thru"
    • shared with Brad Paisley
    • 1983
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical
    • for The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982)
    • shared with Brad Paisley
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/Comedy
    • for Nine to Five (1980)
    • shared with Brad Paisley
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Original Song - Motion Picture [from movie "Nine to Five" (1980)]
    • for "9 to 5"
    • shared with Brad Paisley
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture - Female
    • for Nine to Five (1980)
    • shared with Brad Paisley
  • Grammy Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Duo/Group Performance
    • for "You Can't Make Old Friends"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 2010
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Musical Show Album
    • for "9 to 5 the Musical"
    • shared with Frank Filipetti, Allison Janney, Stephanie J. Block, Megan Hilty
    • 2007
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "Tomorrow Is Forever"
    • shared with Solomon Burke
    • 2007
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (from movie "Transamerica" (2005))
    • for "Travelin' Thru"
    • shared with Solomon Burke
    • 2004
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "I'm Gone"
    • shared with Solomon Burke
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Album
    • for "Halos & Horns"
    • shared with Solomon Burke
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Dagger Through The Heart"
    • shared with Solomon Burke
    • 2002
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Shine"
    • shared with Solomon Burke
    • 2002
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Bluegrass Album
    • for "Little Sparrow"
    • shared with Solomon Burke
    • 2001
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Bluegrass Album
    • for "The Grass Is Blue"
    • shared with Solomon Burke
    • 2001
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Travelin' Prayer"
    • shared with Solomon Burke
    • 2000
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Collaboration With Vocals
    • for "After The Goldrush"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 2000
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Album
    • for "Trio II"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1996
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Vocal Collaboration
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Vince Gill
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Vocal Collaboration
    • for "Silver Threads & Golden Needles"
    • shared with Loretta Lynn; Tammy Wynette
    • 1994
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Vocal Collaboration
    • for "Romeo"
    • shared with Tanya Tucker; Billy Ray Cyrus; Kathy Mattea; Pam Tillis
    • 1992
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Vocal Collaboration
    • for "Rockin' Years"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1992
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Song
    • for "Eagle When She Flies"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1990
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Why'd Ya Come In Here Lookin' Like That"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1988
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
    • for "Trio"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1988
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Album Of The Year
    • for "Trio"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Real Love"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "Real Love"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Tennessee Homesick Blues"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Burlap & Satin"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1984
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "Islands In The Stream"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1983
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "I Will Always Love You"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1982
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Song
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1982
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1982
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special
    • for Nine to Five (1980)
    • shared with Charles Fox
    • 1982
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Song Of The Year
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Charles Fox
    • 1979
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Charles Fox
    • 1978
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Higher & Higher"
    • shared with Charles Fox
    • 1978
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Performance by a Female
    • for "Here You Come Again"
    • shared with Charles Fox
    • 1977
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "All I Can Do"
    • shared with Charles Fox
    • 1976
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Jolene" live
    • shared with Charles Fox
    • 1975
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Jolene"
    • shared with Charles Fox
    • 1974
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "If Teardrops Were Pennies"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1973
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Touch Your Woman"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1972
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Sacred Performance
    • for "Golden Streets of Glory"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1972
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Joshua"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1972
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "Better Move It on Home"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1971
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "Daddy Was an Old-Time Preacher Man"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1971
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    • for "Mule Skinner Blues"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "Just Someone I Used to Know"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
  • International Bluegrass Music Association Awards

    • 2002
    • Won International Bluegrass Music Association Award 
    • Recorded Event of the Year
    • for "Clinch Mountain Sweethearts"
    • shared with Ralph Stanley
    • 2000
    • Won International Bluegrass Music Association Award 
    • Album Of The Year
    • for "The Grass Is Blue"
    • shared with Ralph Stanley
  • International Country Gospel Music Association

    • 2003
    • Won International Country Gospel Music Association 
    • Single of The Year
    • for "Hello God"
    • shared with Ralph Stanley
  • Music City News Awards

    • 1988
    • Won Music City News Award 
    • Vocal Collaboration
    • for "Hello God"
    • shared with Emmylou Harris; Linda Ronstadt
    • 1984
    • Won Music City News Award 
    • Vocal Duet
    • for "Hello God"
    • shared with Kenny Rogers
    • 1969
    • Won Music City News Award 
    • Vocal Duet
    • for "Hello God"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1969
    • Won Music City News Award 
    • Vocal Duet
    • for "Hello God"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1968
    • Won Music City News Award 
    • Vocal Duet
    • for "Hello God"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1968
    • Won Music City News Award 
    • Most Promising Female
    • for "Hello God"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
  • People's Choice Awards

    • 1990
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Dramatic Movie
    • for "Steel Magnolias"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1988
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Female In A New TV Series
    • for "Dolly!"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1988
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • All-Around Female Performer
    • for "Dolly!"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1981
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Movie Song
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
  • People's Choice Awards, USA

    • 2015
    • Got nomination for People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Female Country Artist
    • for "9 To 5"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
  • Razzie Awards

    • 1985
    • Won Razzie Award 
    • Worst Original Song [from movie "Rhinestone" (1984)]
    • for "Drinkenstein"
    • shared with Porter Wagoner
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Razzie Award 
    • Worst Musical Score
    • for Rhinestone (1984)
    • shared with Mike Post (adaptation)
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Razzie Award 
    • Worst Original Song [from movie "Rhinestone" (1984)]
    • for "Sweet Lovin' Friends"
    • shared with Mike Post (adaptation)
  • Songwriter's Hall of Fame

    • 2001
    • Won Songwriter's Hall of Fame 
    • Inducted
    • for "Sweet Lovin' Friends"
    • shared with Mike Post (adaptation)
  • Songwriters Hall of Fame

    • 2007
    • Won Johnny Mercer Award 
    • Inducted
    • for "Sweet Lovin' Friends"
    • shared with Mike Post (adaptation)
  • TNN/Music City News Awards

    • 1994
    • Won Living Legend 
    • Inducted
    • for "Sweet Lovin' Friends"
    • shared with Mike Post (adaptation)
    • 1994
    • Won Minnie Pearl Award 
    • Inducted
    • for "Sweet Lovin' Friends"
    • shared with Mike Post (adaptation)
    • 1992
    • Won TNN/Music City News Award 
    • Vocal Collaboration
    • for "Rockin Years"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
    • 1992
    • Won TNN/Music City News Award 
    • Music Video
    • for "Rockin Years"
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
  • TV Land Awards

    • 2006
    • Won TV Land Award 
    • Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
    • for Designing Women (1986) (TV)
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton
  • Walk of Fame

    • 1984
    • Won Star on the Walk of Fame 
    • (at 6712 Hollywood Blvd.)
    • for Designing Women (1986) (TV)
    • shared with Ricky Van Shelton


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