- One who drives a wagon.
- Wagoner Auriga.
- In 1967, Porter Wagoner asked Parton to replace his departing duet partner Norma Jean on The Porter Wagoner Show.
- Wagoner had invested in Parton's publishing, so he was working actively to get her established as a solo artist.
- From 1967 through 1973, Parton and Wagoner had a song in the Top Ten of the country charts almost constantly.
- Eventually, they warmed up to her, and Wagoner helped Parton land a solo deal with his own label, RCA.
- In 1974, Parton and Wagoner ended their professional relationship.