List of awards and nominations received by Dolly Parton

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Dolly Parton awards and nominations
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Dolly Parton accepting a Woodrow Wilson Award in 2007
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Academy Awards
0 2
Academy of Country Music Awards
11 43
American Music Awards
3 18
Billboard Magazine Awards
24 59
British Country Music Awards
6 6
BMI Awards
46 46
Cashbox Awards
24 76
CMT Music Awards
12 48
Country Music Association Awards
11 46
International Bluegrass Music Awards
2 4
Emmy Awards
0 2
Golden Globes Awards
0 5
Grammy Awards
9 47
People's Choice Awards
3 6
Razzie Awards
1 3
Tony Awards
0 1
Totals
Awards won 153
Nominations 413

Dolly Parton is an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, actress, author, and philanthropist, best known for her work in country music.

Academy Awards[edit]

The Academy Award, informally known as The Oscars, are a set of awards given annually for excellence of cinematic achievements. The Oscar statuette is officially named the Academy Award of Merit and is one of nine types of Academy Awards. Organized and overseen by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), the awards are given each year at a formal ceremony. Parton has received two nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1981 "9 To 5" Best Music, Original Song Nominated
2006 "Travelin' Thru" Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Song Nominated

Academy of Country Music Awards[edit]

The Academy of Country Music Awards, or the ACMs, are a set of awards given for outstanding achievement in country music. Organized and overseen by the Academy of Country Music, the awards are presented each year at a formal ceremony. Parton has received 43 nominations and 11 wins, including the top honour "Entertainer of the Year".

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1969 Dolly Parton Top Female Vocalist Nominated
1970 Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Top Vocal Group Won
Dolly Parton Top Female Vocalist Nominated
1971 Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Top Vocal Group Nominated
1972 Dolly Parton Top Female Vocalist Nominated
1973 Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Top Vocal Duet/Group Nominated
Dolly Parton Top Female Vocalist Nominated
1974 Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Top Vocal Group Nominated
Dolly Parton Top Female Vocalist Nominated
1975 Nominated
1976 Nominated
1977 Nominated
Entertainer of the Year Won
Album of the Year Here You Come Again Nominated
1978 Dolly Parton Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Top Female Vocalist Nominated
1979 Nominated
You're The Only One Song of the Year Nominated
1980 Dolly Parton Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Top Female Vocalist Won
9 to 5 Song of the Year (artist) Nominated
Song of the Year (composer) Nominated
Single Record of the Year Nominated
1981 Dolly Parton Entertainer of the Year Nominated
9 to 5 and Odd Jobs Album of the Year Nominated
1983 Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers Top Vocal Duet Won
Islands in the Stream Single Record of the Year shared with Kenny Rogers Won
1984 Dolly Parton Top Female Vocalist Nominated
1987 Trio Album of the Year shared with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris Won
1989 Dolly Parton Top Female Vocalist Nominated
Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That Video of the Year Nominated
1990 Dolly Parton Entertainer of the Year Nominated
1991 Dolly Parton and Ricky Van Shelton Top Vocal Duet Nominated
1995 Dolly Parton and Vince Gill Top Vocal Duet Nominated
2000 After The Gold Rush Vocal Collaboration of the Year shared with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris Nominated
2004 Creepin' In Vocal Event of the Year shared with Norah Jones Nominated
2005 When I Get Where I'm Going Vocal Event of the Year shared with Brad Paisley Won
Song of the Year shared with Brad Paisley Nominated
Video of the Year shared with Brad Paisley Won
2006 Dolly Parton Cliffe Stone Pioneer Award Won
2008 Dolly Parton Jim Reeves International Award Won
2015 Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colours Tex Ritter Film Award Won
2017 Herself Gary Haber Lifting Lives Award Won

American Music Awards[edit]

The American Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony created by Dick Clark in 1973 and one of several annual major American music awards shows (among the others are the Grammy Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards etc.). Parton has won three awards.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1977 Dolly Parton Favorite Country Female Nominated
1978 Dolly Parton Favorite Country Female Nominated
New Harvest, First Gathering Favorite Country Album Won
1979 "Here You Come Again" Favorite Country Single Nominated
Here You Come Again Favorite Country Album Nominated
1980 Dolly Parton Favorite Country Female Nominated
1982 Dolly Parton Favorite Country Female Nominated
1984 "Islands In The Stream" Favorite Country Single Won
Potential New Boyfriend Favorite Country Music Video Nominated
1985 Dolly Parton Favorite Country Female Nominated
"Tennessee Homesick Blues" Favorite Country Single Won
1986 Dolly Parton Favorite Country Female Nominated
1992 Dolly Parton Favorite Country Female Nominated
1994 Dolly Parton Favorite Country Female Nominated
"Romeo" Favorite Country Song Nominated

BMI Awards[edit]

The BMI Awards are annual award ceremonies for songwriters in various genres organized by Broadcast Music, Inc. Dolly Parton has won 39 awards.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1966 "Put It Off Until Tomorrow" (performed by Bill Phillips) Country Award Won
1971 "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacherman" Country Award Won
"Joshua" Country Award Won
1972 "The Last One To Touch Me" Country Award Won
1974 "Jolene" Country Award Won
Pop Award Won
"Traveling Man" Country Award Won
1975 "Love Is Like A Butterfly" Country Award Won
"I Will Always Love You" Country Award Won
"Please Don't Stop Loving Me" Country Award Won
"Kentucky Gambler" (performed by Merle Haggard) Country Award Won
1976 "The Seeker" Country Award Won
"The Bargain Store" Country Award Won
"Say Forever You'll Be Mine" Country Award Won
1977 "All I Can Do" Country Award Won
1978 "Two Doors Down" Country Award Won
"Light Of A Clear Blue Morning" Country Award Won
"Two Doors Down" Pop Award Won
1979 "Two Doors Down" Country Award Won
"Baby I'm Burning" Country Award Won
"It's All Wrong, But It's All Right" Country Award Won
"Baby I'm Burning" Pop Award Won
1981 "9 To 5" Country Award Won
Pop Award Won
Pop Song of the Year Won
Country Song of the Year Won
1982 Country Award Won
"Heartbreak Express" Pop Award Won
"I Will Always Love You" Pop Award Won
1983 Country Award Won
"Heartbreak Express" Country Award Won
"Everything's Beautiful" Country Award Won
Pop Award Won
1985 "Tennessee Homesick Blues" Country Award Won
1993 "I Will Always Love You" (performed by Whitney Houston) Pop Award Won
Pop Song of the Year Won
1994 Pop Award Won
1995 Pop Award Won
2003 Dolly Parton Icon Award Won

British Country Music Awards[edit]

The British Country Music Awards(BCMA Awards), alternatively known as the British CMA Awards, are awards given by the British Country Music Association which celebrate both local homegrown and international country artists. Parton has won all 6 of the awards for which she has been nominated.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1976 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Won
1977 Won
1978 Won
1979 Won
1980 Won
2000 International Independent Artist Won

Broadway.com Audience Awards[edit]

The Broadway.com Audience Awards are community chosen awards honoring the year's Broadway and off-Broadway productions. Dolly Parton has one award for 9 to 5: The Musical

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2009 "Get Out and Stay Out" Favorite New Broadway Song Won

Canadian Country Music Association Awards[edit]

The Canadian Country Music Association holds annual awards honoring the best in country music. Dolly Parton has received one award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1985 Once Upon A Christmas (with Kenny Rogers) Top Selling Album of the Year Won

CMT Music Awards[edit]

The CMT Music Awards, formally known as the Music City News Awards, TNN Awards and Flameworthy Music Awards, are a fan voted awards show designed to celebrate the videos and television performances of country music artists. The ceremony is held every year in Nashville and is broadcast on CMT. Throughout the various incarnations, Parton has received 48 nominations, winning 12 awards in total.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1968 Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duet Won
Dolly Parton Most Promising Female Won
1969 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist Nominated
The Porter Wagoner Show Television Series Nominated
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duet Won
1970 Won
The Porter Wagoner Show Television Series Nominated
Dolly Parton Female Vocalist Nominated
1971 Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duet Nominated
The Porter Wagoner Show Television Series Won
1972 Nominated
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duet Nominated
Dolly Parton Female Vocalist Nominated
1973 The Porter Wagoner Show Television Series Nominated
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duet Nominated
1974 Nominated
Dolly Parton Female Vocalist Nominated
1975 Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duo Nominated
Dolly Parton Female Vocalist Nominated
1976 Nominated
New Harvest – First Gathering Album of the Year Nominated
1978 Dolly Parton Songwriter Nominated
Dolly Parton Female Vocalist Nominated
1979 Nominated
1981 Nominated
1984 Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers Vocal Duet Won
Islands in the Stream Single Nominated
1985 Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers Vocal Duet Nominated
Kenny & Dolly: Real Love Television Series/Special Nominated
1986 Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers Vocal Duet Nominated
A Smoky Mountain Christmas Television Series/Special Nominated
1988 Trio Vocal Collaboration shared with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris Won
Album shared with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris Nominated
Dolly! Television Series/Special Nominated
1990 Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That Music Video Nominated
1992 Rockin' Years Vocal Collaboration shared with Ricky Van Shelton Won
Music Video shared with Ricky Van Shelton Won
1994 Romeo Vocal Event shared with Billy Ray Cyrus & Friends Won
Dolly Parton Living Legend Award Won
Minnie Pearl Award Won
Honky Tonk Angels Vocal Collaboration shared with Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn Nominated
Album of the Year shared with Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn Nominated
1996 I Will Always Love You Single of the Year shared with Vince Gill Nominated
1996 Vocal Collaboration of the Year shared with Vince Gill Nominated
1997 Nominated
2000 After The Goldrush Video Event of the Year shared with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris Won
2002 Shine Female Video of the Year Nominated

Country Music Association Awards[edit]

The Country Music Association Awards, or the CMAs, are a set of awards given for outstanding achievement in country music. Organized and overseen by the Country Music Association, the awards are presented each year at a formal ceremony. Parton has received 11 wins among 46 nominations, including the hallowed Entertainer of the Year honor (1978). In 1999, Parton received country music's highest honor, an induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1968 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Group of the Year Won
1969 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Group of the Year Nominated
1970 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duo of the Year Won
1971 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duo of the Year Won
1972 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Coat of Many Colors Album of the Year Nominated
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duo of the Year Nominated
1973 Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duo of the Year Nominated
1974 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner Vocal Duo of the Year Nominated
1975 Nominated
Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Won
1976 Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Entertainer of the Year Nominated
1977 Nominated
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
1978 Here You Come Again Album of the Year Nominated
Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Entertainer of the Year Won
Here You Come Again Single of the Year Nominated
1981 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs Album of the Year Nominated
1984 Islands in the Stream Single of the Year shared with Kenny Rogers Nominated
Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers Vocal Duo of the Year Nominated
1985 Nominated
1986 Nominated
1987 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Trio Album of the Year shared with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris Nominated
1988 Vocal Event of the Year shared with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris Won
1989 Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That Video of the Year Nominated
1991 Rockin' Years Vocal Event of the Year shared with Ricky Van Shelton Nominated
1994 Tribute to the music of Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys Album of the Year shared with Asleep at the Wheel Nominated
Honky Tonk Angels Vocal Event of the Year shared with Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn Won
1996 I Will Always Love You Vocal Event of the Year shared with Vince Gill Won
1999 Trio II Vocal Event of the Year shared with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris Nominated
1999 Dolly Parton Country Music Hall of Fame Won
2003 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2004 Creepin' In Vocal Event of the Year shared with Norah Jones Nominated
2006 When I Get Where I'm Going Single of the Year shared with Brad Paisley Nominated
Vocal Event of the Year shared with Brad Paisley Won
Video of the Year shared with Brad Paisley Nominated
2014 You Can't Make Old Friends Vocal Event of the Year shared with Kenny Rogers Nominated
2016 Dolly Parton Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award Won

Critics' Choice Movie Awards[edit]

The Critics' Choice Movie Awards is an awards show presented annually by the Broadcast Film Critics Association to honor the finest in cinematic achievement. Dolly Parton has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2005 "Travelin' Thru" Best Song Nominated

Drama Desk Awards[edit]

The Drama Desk Awards are awarded annually to recognize excellence in New York theatre productions on Broadway, Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway. Dolly Parton has received two nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2009 9 to 5: The Musical Best Music Nominated
Best Lyrics Nominated

Dove Awards[edit]

The Dove Awards are present by the Gospel Music Association of the United States to recognize outstanding achievement in the Christian music industry. Dolly Parton has been nominated once.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2006 "When I Get Where I'm Going" (with Brad Paisley) Country Recorded Song of the Year Nominated

Emmy Awards[edit]

The Emmy Award, is an American award that recognizes excellence in the television industry. Dolly Parton has been nominated twice.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1978 Cher...Special Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Variety or Music Program Nominated
2017 Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love Outstanding Television Movie Nominated

Parton has also been nominated for a regional Emmy Award for her work on the Smoky Mountains Rise Telethon.[1]

European Country Music Association Awards[edit]

The European Country Music Association is non-profit organization that promotes country music throughout Europe, they host annual awards. Dolly Parton has won three awards.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2001 Dolly Parton Female Vocalist of the Year Won
2006 "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" (with Roy Rivers) Vocal Collaboration of the Year Won
2008 Backwoods Barbie Indie Album of the Year Won

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

The Golden Globe Award is an accolade bestowed by the 93 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) recognizing excellence in film and television, both domestic and foreign. Parton has received five nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1981 Nine to Five New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture – Female Nominated
Best Motion Picture Actress – Musical/Comedy Nominated
"9 To 5" Best Original Song Nominated
1983 The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy/Musical Nominated
2006 "Travelin' Thru" Best Original Song Nominated

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States. Parton has received eight awards from forty-seven nominations. She had the most nominations of any female artist in the history of the prestigious awards, a record now held by Beyonce after the 56th Grammy Awards.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1970 "Just Someone I Used to Know" (with Porter Wagoner) Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
1971 "Mule Skinner Blues" Best Country Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
"Daddy Was an Old-Time Preacher Man" (with Porter Wagoner) Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
1972 "Better Move It on Home" (with Porter Wagoner) Nominated
"Golden Streets of Glory" Best Sacred Performance Nominated
"Joshua" Best Country Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
1973 "Touch Your Woman" Nominated
1974 "If Teardrops Were Pennies" (with Porter Wagoner) Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
1975 "Jolene" Best Country Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
1976 "Jolene" (live) Nominated
1977 "All I Can Do" Nominated
1978 "Here You Came Again" Best Pop Performance, Female Nominated
"Higher & Higher" Best Country Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
1979 Here You Come Again Won
1982 "9 to 5" Song of the Year Nominated
Best Country Vocal Performance, Female Won
Best Country Song Won
9 to 5 and Odd Job Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special Nominated
1983 "I Will Always Love You" Best Country Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
1984 "Islands In The Stream" (with Kenny Rogers) Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
"Burlap & Satin" Best Country Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
1985 "Tennessee Homesick Blues" Nominated
1986 Real Love Best Country Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
"Real Love" (with Kenny Rogers) Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
1988 Trio (with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris) Album of the Year Nominated
Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Won
1990 "Why'd Ya Come In Here Lookin' Like That" Best Country Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
1992 "Rockin' Years" (with Ricky Van Shelton) Best Country Vocal Collaboration Nominated
"Eagle When She Flies" Best Country Song Nominated
1994 "Romeo" (with Tanya Tucker, Billy Ray Cyrus, Kathy Mattea & Pam Tillis) Best Country Vocal Collaboration Nominated
1995 "Silver Threads & Golden Needles" (with Loretta Lynn & Tammy Wynette) Nominated
1996 "I Will Always Love You" (with Vince Gill) Nominated
2000 "After The Gold Rush" (with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris) Won
Trio II (with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris) Best Country Album Nominated
2001 "Travelin' Prayer" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Nominated
The Grass Is Blue Best Bluegrass Album Won
2002 "Little Sparrow Nominated
"Shine" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Won
2003 "Dagger Through The Heart" Nominated
Halos & Horns Best Country Album Nominated
2004 "I'm Gone" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Nominated
2005 "Creepin' In" (with Norah Jones) Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2007 "Tomorrow Is Forever" (with Solomon Burke) Nominated
"Travelin' Thru" Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Nominated
2010 9 to 5 the Musical Best Musical Show Album Nominated
2014 You Can't Make Old Friends (with Kenny Rogers) Best Country Duo/Group Performance Nominated
2017 Jolene (with Pentatonix) Won

Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award[edit]

In 2011, she was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2011 Dolly Parton Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award Won

MusiCares Person of the Year[edit]

Dolly Parton will be honored as MusiCares Person of the Year in February 2019. [2]

International Bluegrass Music Awards[edit]

The International Bluegrass Music Awards, informally known as IBMAs, are a set of awards given annually for excellence in the subgenre of Bluegrass music. The winners are voted for by the professional members of the Bluegrass Music Association and are presented yearly in a ceremony. Parton has won 2 of the a 4 awards she has been nominated for.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2000 The Grass Is Blue Album of the Year Won
Dolly Parton Best Female Vocalist Nominated
2001 Nominated
2002 Clinch Mountain Sweethearts Recorded Event of the Year with Ralph Stanley Won

International Country Gospel Music Association[edit]

The International Country Gospel Music Association holds yearly awards shows which honor individuals who have made a significant contribution to the field of Christian country music. Dolly Parton has received one award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2003 "Hello God" Single of the Year Won

Nashville Songwriters Association International Awards[edit]

Nashville Songwriters Association International is a trade organization that promotes songwriters. Dolly Parton has earned fourteen songwriting awards.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1968 "Put It Off Until Tomorrow" (performed by Bill Phillips) Songwriter Achievement Award Won
1971 "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacherman" Songwriter Achievement Award Won
1972 "Coat of Many Colors" Songwriter Achievement Award Won
1974 "Jolene" Songwriter Achievement Award Won
1975 Songwriter Achievement Award Won
"Love Is Like A Butterfly" Songwriter Achievement Award Won
"Kentucky Gambler" (performed by Merle Haggard) Songwriter Achievement Award Won
1976 "The Seeker" Songwriter Achievement Award Won
1979 "Two Doors Down" Songwriter Achievement Award Won
1982 9 To 5" Songwriter Achievement Award Won
1991 "Eagle When She Flies" Songwriter Achievement Award Won
1992 "I Will Always Love You" (performed by Whitney Houston) Songwriter Achievement Award Won
1995 "I Will Always Love You" (duet with Vince Gill) Songwriter Achievement Award Won
2012 "I Will Always Love You" (performed by Whitney Houston) Song of the Year Won

People's Choice Awards[edit]

The People's Choice Awards are a venue for the American public to honor their favorite actors and actresses, musical performers, television shows, and motion pictures, and is voted on by the general public. Dolly Parton has won three awards from six nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1981 "9 to 5" Favorite Song from a Motion Picture Won
1988 Dolly Favorite Female Performer in a New TV Program Won
Dolly Parton Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer Won
2005 "The Grass is Blue" (with Norah Jones) Favorite Combined Forces Nominated
2015 Dolly Parton Favorite Female Country Artist Nominated
2017 Dolly Parton Favorite Female Country Artist Nominated

Tony Awards[edit]

The Tony Award, recognizes excellence in live Broadway theater. Dolly Parton has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2009 9 to 5: The Musical Best Original Score Nominated

Other Honors[edit]

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