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Classic Country Trailblazer, Jeannie Seely, Celebrates 55th Anniversary of Debut Performance on Grand Ole Opry®

NASHVILLE, TN. – Classic Country trailblazer, Jeannie Seely will celebrate the 55th anniversary of her debut performance tonight on the Grand Ole Opry®. On the night of her debut, she sang “Don’t Touch Me” on the portion of the show hosted by Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper and sponsored by Stephens work clothing. All total, she made eight guest appearances in 1966 and three more in 1967 before becoming an official member and inducted to the Opry® family on September 16, 1967. She will celebrate 54 years as a Grand Ole Opry® member in 2021 and is one of only three living women (the others being Loretta Lynn and Connie Smith) to have reached this milestone.
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Country Music Legend and Grammy Winning Jeannie Seely Interview

The country music icon and Grammy Award winning Jeannie Seely is still performing on a regular basis at the Grand Ole Opry. She is still writing and releasing new music and has no plans of stopping any time soon! Josh Mason got a chance to chat with Jeannie over the phone.
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MOE BANDY, T.G SHEPPARD AND JEANNIE SEELY TO PERFORM AT MILL TOWN MUSIC HALL

The renowned trio of Moe Bandy, T. G. Sheppard and Jeannie Seely will perform at Mill Town Music Hall in Bremen this Friday, May 14. During his career, Bandy has had 10 No. 1 Hits, 40 Top 10 Hits, 66 Chart Hits and five Gold Albums. His first release with Columbia Records in 1975 was “Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life.” This tune reached No. 3 in Billboard Magazine.
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Carly Pearce Has Her Story Narrated By Opry Legend Jeannie Seely

Carly Pearce recently shared a video that features part of the her life story with narration from Grand Ole Opry legend Jeannie Seely. Carly and Jeannie have not only been friends for years, but they are also neighbors. Jeannie was more than happy to add her voice track to the video sharing Carly’s highlights, she says, “Oh I’m so proud to share this amazing young lady’s story…a success story based on talent, truth, hard work, perseverance and a humble, healthy sense of pride! Be inspired by her.”
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Jeannie Seely releases new single

Classic country trailblazer and soon to be 54-year member of the Grand Ole Opry, Jeannie Seely, has released “If You Could Call It That” to radio off of her highly-acclaimed album, An American Classic, on Curb Records. “If You Could Call It That” was recorded by Seely and singer/songwriter Steve...
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Jeannie Seely Joins Fellow SiriusXM Hosts for Willie’s Roadhouse Virtual Family Christmas

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Grammy winning artist and Grand Ole Opry member, Jeannie Seely will be part of SiriusXM’s very special virtual holiday get-together with Willie’s Roadhouse hosts Paula Nelson, Charlie Monk and Dallas Wayne as they share Christmas stories and songs, answer questions from an audience of SiriusXM subscribers and reflect on the recent passing of Country music icon, Charley Pride. Tune in to the event’s broadcast schedule below.
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Country Music Success Stories with Candy O’Terry Podcast Releases Intimate Back Porch Conversation with Jeannie Seely

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Award-winning content creator, Candy O’Terry and Music City Mentor, Jacy Dawn Valeras have released another episode in their joint podcast project, Country Music Success Stories with Candy O’Terry. The new podcast is an intimate back porch conversation with Grammy winning artist and 53-year member of the Grand Ole Opry, Jeannie Seely.