DOLLY PARTON - FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: AMY GRANT, PATTY LOVELESS, TRACY LAWRENCE, RANDY TRAVIS - HFSID 181856
DOLLY PARTON, PATTY LOVELESS, AMY GRANT, RANDY TRAVIS and TRACY LAWRENCE Five country music stars sign this first day cover honoring Hank Williams First Day Cover signed:
Sale Price $270.00
DOLLY PARTON, PATTY LOVELESS, AMY GRANT, RANDY TRAVIS and TRACY LAWRENCE Five country music stars sign this first day cover honoring Hank Williams First Day Cover signed: "Love/Dolly/Parton", "Patty/Loveless", "[drawn heart]/Amy Grant", "Randy/Travis" and "Tracy/Lawrence", 6½x3½. First Day Cover honoring Hank Williams. Postmarked Nashville, Tennessee, September 25, 1993. 29¢ stamp affixed, FIRST DAY OF ISSUE. DOLLY PARTON (b. 1946) is one of country music's most recognizable and popular female singers. The winner of five Grammy Awards, Parton had a number of No. 1 singles, including "I Will Always Love You", "Here You Come Again", "Two Doors Down" and "Islands in the Stream", and six no. 1 country albums (Here You Come Again, 1977; New Harvest...First Gathering, 1977; Heartbreaker, 1978; 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs, 1981; Trio, 1987; Eagle When She Flies, 1991). In 1980, Parton made her acting debut in the film 9 to 5, which earned her an Academy Award nomination and a Grammy for the title song. Her other film credits include Steel Magnolias (1989) and The Best Little Whore House in Texas (1982). Parton has also developed a $100-million entertainment enterprise, which includes her theme park, Dollywood. PATTY LOVELESS (b. 1957), born Patty Lee Ramey, who became the protégé of Porter Wagoner at the age of 14 and performed with Wagoner and Dolly Parton on weekends while still in her teens, became a star with her 1988 album, Honky Tonk Angel. Loveless, who is known for her honky-tonk/country-rock style and plaintive ballads, had a number of Top 10 hits, including "Lonely Days, Lonely Nights" (1986). Loveless, who married country record producer Emory Gordy in 1989, was named Female Vocalist of the Year by the Country Music Association in 1996. AMY GRANT (b. 1960), who began her career in Christian music, won five Grammy Awards in the Gospel category and consistently topped the Contemporary Christian charts with albums including Age to Age (1983, 1984), Straight Ahead (1984, 1985), Unguarded (1985), The Collection (1987), Lead Me On (1988, 1989), Heart In Motion (1991, 1992), House of Love (1994) and Simple Things (2003). Her Top 10 singles include "Baby Baby", "I Will Remember You", "That's What Love is For" and "Lucky One". Married to Christian singer/songwriter Gary Chapman from 1982-1999, Grant married long-time collaborator Vince Gill in 2000. RANDY TRAVIS (b. 1959), born Randy Traywick, was the dominant male voice in country music until the rise of Garth Brooks and Clint Black. Travis, who released seven consecutive no. 1 singles, also had no. 1 albums on the country charts with Storms of Life (1986, his debut), Always (1987), Old 8x10 (1988), Always & Forever (1988, 1989), No Holdin' Back (1989), Heroes and Friends (1990) and Rise and Shine (2003). The first country artist to go multi-platinum, Travis won two Grammy Awards and was named CMA Male Vocalist of the Year in 1987 and 1988. TRACY LAWRENCE (b. 1968), known for his rock-tinged honky-tonk sound, was one of country's biggest hit-makers in the 1990s. His no. 1 singles include "Sticks and Stones", "Alibis", "Can't Break It to My Heart", "My Second Home", "Texas Tornado" and "Time Marches On". Fine condition.
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