February 20, 1994: "When You Tell Me That You Love Me" is released as the fifth and final single Julio Iglesias’ Crazy album. A duet with Dolly, the single peaked at number 35 on the Netherlands Mega Top 50 chart.
February 21, 1966: "Don’t Drop Out" is released as Dolly’s fourth pop leaning single for Monument Records. The single did not chart.
February 21, 2017: Dolly’s cover of the Brandi Carlile song, "The Story", is released as the first single from the charity album, Cover Stores.
February 22, 2000: Bryan Sutton released his Ready to Go album featuring a Dolly on a cover of her song, "Smoky Mountain Memories".
February 23, 1993: Dolly released her thirty-second solo studio album, Slow Dancing with the Moon. The album peaked at number four on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.
February 24, 2004: Janis Ian released her Billie’s Bones album. The album features harmony by Dolly on a song called "My Tennessee Hills".
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February 25, 2007: The compilation album Singer, Songwriter & Legendary Performer is released in the UK as a free promotion with The Mail on Sunday to promote Dolly’s upcoming European tour. The album includes six previously unreleased live tracks, five previously unreleased studio tracks, and "Travelin’ Thru" from Transamerica.
February 26, 2002: Altan released their eighth studio album, The Blue Idol. The album features Dolly on a song titled "The Pretty Young Girl".
February 26, 2008: Dolly released her forty-second solo studio album, Backwoods Barbie. The album was her first mainstream country album in a decade and her first to be released by her own label, Dolly Records. It peaked at number two on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.
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