NEW YORK (AP) â ???? It’s been 51 years since Dolly Parton received her first Grammy nomination, and this year the national treasure, who has won nine Grammys over the course of her career, is competing for her 50th Honor

Parton’s first Grammy nomination was on the show in 1970 for “Just Someone I Used to Know” a duet with Porter Wagoner Nine years later she won her first gramophone for “Here You Come Again” her 19th Solo album and the first to go platinum

This year she is nominated for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance / Best Song for “There Was Jesus” her collaboration with Christian rock singer Zach Williams Parton won last year in the same category for her guest appearance on the remix of “God Only Knows” by Christian Duo for KING & COUNTRY

“It’s always special”You always love to be recognized Parton said she was 50 Nod, although she quickly added, “As I’ve always said,” I don’t work for awards and rewardsâ ???? â ????

Parton is the second most nominated woman in Grammy history, just behind Beyoncé, who has 79 nods and 24 wins. The country icon won the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award a decade ago

Parton won two Grammys for the massive hit “9 to 5” and another for “Trio” their first joint album with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt An updated version of “Jolene” won a trophy for Parton and a cappella group Pentatonix. At the 1983 show, the legend received a nomination for a re-recording of “I will always love you” which she wrote and originally published in 1974, and a joint performance of the song with Vince Gill received a 1996 nomination on the show â ?? two years after Whitney Houston’s famous rendition of the song, it won two Grammys, including record of the year

The 2021 Grammys will be held on Jan. March aired Parton said this year’s nomination for “There Was Jesus” is very special because it is a deep trace that is close to her heart

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“But of course, since I grew up in church and am a person of faith, such a song would mean more to me than many others, I have to admit”â ????

In addition to the Grammys, Parton’s busy year encompasses 75 years of existence and receipt of her coronavirus vaccine months after donating $ 1 million to Nashville’s Vanderbilt University Medical Center for coronavirus research

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