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Dolly Parton is to Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris what Chuck Berry was to the Rolling Stones and the Who

Barbara Charone, Sounds, 21 February 1976

IT'S HARD to pick up an article on modern day country music without a reverent mention of Dolly Parton, an influential singer and songwriter who has done much to bridge the gap between bouffant hairdo's and pedal steel guitars.

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