Knowledge Identifier: +Porter_Wagoner
Born in 1927.
Countries: United States (71%), Tennessee (17%), Missouri (8%)
Linked to: Misery Loves Company, Spike, American Broadcasting Company, Great American Country
Dolly Parton - In addition to her performing appearances on "The Porter Wagoner Show" in the 1960s and into the 1970s; her two self-titled television variety shows in the 1970s and 1980s; and on "American Idol" in 2008 and other guest appearances, Parton has acted in television roles
Buck Trent - He was a member of Porter Wagoner's "Wagon Masters" from 1962 to 1973, and appeared on the "Roy Clark Show" and "Hee Haw"
In 1967, he introduced a little known Dolly Parton on his long-running television show, and they were a well-known duet throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s
Dolly Parton - In 1967, country entertainer Porter Wagoner invited Parton to join his organization, offering her a regular spot on his weekly syndicated television program "The Porter Wagoner Show", as well as in his road show
I Will Always Love You - Parton wrote the track in 1973 for her one-time partner and mentor Porter Wagoner, from whom she was separating professionally at the time
I Will Always Love You - The singer wrote the song, which was recorded on June 13, 1973, for her one-time partner and mentor Porter Wagoner, from whom she was professionally splitting at the time
Dolly Parton - With her 1976 album "All I Can Do", co-produced by herself with Porter Wagoner, Parton began taking more of an active role in production, and began specifically aiming her music in a more mainstream, pop direction
He hosted "Opry Backstage" during the 1990s on The Nashville, Tennessee Network
Earl Scruggs - At an 80th birthday party for Scruggs in 2004, country singer Porter Wagoner said, Earl was to the five-string banjo what Babe Ruth was to baseball
On June 25, 2019, "The New York Times Magazine" listed Porter Wagoner among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire