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Awards

Academy Awards, USA

2006 Nominee
Oscar
Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Song
Transamerica (2005)
For the song "Travelin' Thru".
1981 Nominee
Oscar
Best Music, Original Song
Nine to Five (1980)
For the song "Nine to Five"

Golden Globes, USA

2006 Nominee
Golden Globe
Best Original Song - Motion Picture
Transamerica (2005)
Song: "Travelin' Thru"
1983 Nominee
Golden Globe
Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982)
1981 Nominee
Golden Globe
Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
Nine to Five (1980)
New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture - Female
Nine to Five (1980)
Best Original Song - Motion Picture
Nine to Five (1980)
Song: "Nine to Five"

Primetime Emmy Awards

2017 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Television Movie
Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love (2016)
Shared with:
1978 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Variety or Music
Cher... Special (1978)

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

2006 Nominee
Critics Choice Award
Best Song
Transamerica (2005)
For the song "Travelin' Thru".

CableACE Awards

1984 Nominee
ACE
Actress in a Comedy or Music Program
Dolly in Concert (1983)

Christopher Awards

2017 Winner
Christopher Award
Television & Cable
Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love (2016)
Shared with:
2016 Winner
Christopher Award
TV & Cable Programs
Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors (2015)
Shared with:
2015 Winner
Christopher Award
Television
Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors (2015)
Shared with:

Gold Derby Awards

2006 Winner
Gold Derby Award
Original Song
Transamerica (2005)
"Travelin' Thru"

Grammy Awards

2017 Winner
Grammy
Best Country Duo/Group Performance
Shared with:
For the song "Jolene"
2014 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Duo/Group Performance
Shared with:
For the song "You Can't Make Old Friends."
2011 Winner
Grammy
Lifetime Achievement Award
2010 Nominee
Grammy
Best Musical Theater Album
Shared with:
For the album "9 To 5: The Musical" (nominated as album producer, show composer, show lyricist).
2007 Nominee
Grammy
Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media
Transamerica (2005)
For the song "Travelin' Thru".
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "Tomorrow Is Forever."
2005 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "Creepin' In."
2004 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "I'm Gone."
2003 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Album
For the album "Halos & Horns."
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Dagger Through The Heart."
2002 Winner
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Shine."
Nominee
Grammy
Best Bluegrass album
For the album "Little Sparrow."
2001 Winner
Grammy
Best Bluegrass Album
For the album "The Grass Is Blue."
Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Travelin' Prayer."
2000 Winner
Grammy
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "After The Goldrush"
Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Album
Shared with:
For the album "Trio II."
1996 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "I Will Always Love You."
1995 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song ""Silver Threads and Golden Needles."
1994 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "Romeo."
1992 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Song
For the song "Eagle When She Flies."
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "Rockin' Years"
1990 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Why'd You Come in Here Looking Like That."
1988 Winner
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
Shared with:
For the album "Trio."
Nominee
Grammy
Album of the Year
Shared with:
For the album "Trio."
1986 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the album "Real Love."
Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
Shared with:
For the song "Real Love."
1985 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Tennessee Homesick Blues."
1984 Nominee
Grammy
Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "Islands In The Stream."
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the album "Burlap & Satin."
1983 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "I Will Always Love You."
1982 Winner
Grammy
Best Country Song
Nine to Five (1980)
For the song "9 to 5"
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
Nine to Five (1980)
For the song "9 to 5."
Nominee
Grammy
Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special
Nine to Five (1980)
Shared with:
Song of the Year
Nine to Five (1980)
For the song "9 to 5."
1979 Winner
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the album "Here You Come Again."
1978 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Higher and Higher."
Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Here You Come Again."
1977 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the album "All I Can Do."
1976 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Jolene" (Live track performance).
1975 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Jolene."
1974 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
Shared with:
For the song "If Teardrops Were Pennies."
1973 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Touch Your Woman."
1972 Nominee
Grammy
Best Sacred Performance
For the song "Golden Streets of Glory."
Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
Shared with:
For the song "Better Move It On Home."
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Joshua."
1971 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
Shared with:
For the song "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man."
Best Country Vocal Performance - Female
For the song "Mule Skinner Blues."
1969 Nominee
Grammy
Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
Shared with:
"Just Someone I Used To Know," single

Guinness World Record Award

2018 Winner
Guinness World Record
Most Hits on Billboard's Hot Country Songs Chart by a Female Artist
Most Decades with a Top 20 Hit on Billboard's Hot Country Songs Chart

Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards

2005 Winner
Sierra Award
Best Song
Transamerica (2005)
Song: "Travelin' Thru"

Midsouth Emmy Awards, Nashville, US

2018 Winner
Governors Award
Governors Award
Winner
Regional Emmy
Community Service
Smoky Mountains Rise: A Benefit for the My People Fund (2016)
Shared with:

MovieGuide Awards

2017 Winner
Epiphany Prize
Most Inspiring TV Program
Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love (2016)
Shared with:
2016 Winner
Epiphany Prize
Most Inspiring TV Program
Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors (2015)
Shared with:

Music City Walk Of Fame

2009 Winner
Walk of Fame Star Guitar
Artist

Online Film & Television Association

2006 Nominee
OFTA Film Award
Best Music, Original Song
Transamerica (2005)
For the song "Travelin' Thru".
2002 Nominee
OFTA Film Award
Best Music, Adapted Song
Moulin Rouge! (2001)
Shared with:
For the song "Elephant Love Medley".

People's Choice Awards, USA

2017 Nominee
People's Choice Award
Favorite Female Country Artist
2015 Nominee
People's Choice Award
Favorite Female Country Artist
1988 Winner
People's Choice Award
Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer
Favorite Female Performer in a New TV Program

Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards

2005 Winner
PFCS Award
Best Original Song
Transamerica (2005)
For the song "Travelin' Thru".

Razzie Awards

1985 Winner
Razzie Award
Worst Original Song
Rhinestone (1984)
For the song "Drinkenstein".
Nominee
Razzie Award
Worst Original Song
Rhinestone (1984)
For the song "Sweet Lovin' Friends".
Worst Musical Score
Rhinestone (1984)
Shared with:

The Kennedy Center Honors

2006 Winner
Kennedy Center Honors

TV Land Awards

2003 Winner
TV Land Award
Most Memorable Female Guest Star in a Comedy as Herself
Designing Women (1986)

Walk of Fame

1984 Winner
Star on the Walk of Fame
Recording
Awarded on June 14, 1984 at 6712 Hollywood Blvd.

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