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Grand Ole Opry Member, Jeannie Seely, Recipient of the Legacy Award At The Nashville Women In Film & Television Alice Awards Ceremony and Gala

NASHVILLE, TENN. – (TN Tribune) – Country music legend and soon-to-be fifty-five-year member of the Grand Ole Opry®, Jeannie Seely, was the honored recipient of the Legacy Award at The Nashville Women in Film & Television WIFT ALICE Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner presented by best selling author, film producer, and radio/television personality, Edie Hand ,on Saturday, May 21st. The event was held at the Carlocker Motorcars Bentley showroom in Brentwood, Tennessee.
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Jeannie Seely, a Reigning Queen of Old-School Country, Has One Word for the Grand Ole Opry: ‘Yes’

This is part of a series of articles commemorating the Grand Ole Opry’s 5000th weekly broadcast, which takes place Saturday, Oct. 30 on WSM and Circle TV, live from Nashville’s Opry House. Jeannie Seely is living proof that, in country music circles, it’s possible to get hipper as you get older. At 81, she has her own SiriusXM show on Sunday nights and, between that and her frequent Opry appearances, this straight-talking live-wire is cherished by even some of the youngest country aficionados who value a touchstone that connects the genre’s glorious past to its present. We’re meeting up in the Opry...
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Jeannie Seely Don’t Touch Me (Video and Lyrics)

Enjoy watching country singer Jeannie Seely's "Don't Touch Me" music video here. . . The Jeannie Seely Don’t Touch Me song was released in 1966 as a track on her “The Seely Style” album. Seely won the Grammy award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for “Don’t Touch Me”, becoming only third woman to receive the award (Dottie West was the first to receive the award, when it was first introduced in 1965). “Don’t Touch Me” set the stage for a string of Top 10 and Top 20 hits for Seely in the next couple of years.
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Jeannie Seely Announces Release of “Not A Dry Eye In The House” to Radio

Duet with Willie Nelson Surpasses 202,000 Spotify Streams. Lyric Video in Support of Emotion Filled Ballad Available Now. NASHVILLE, TN. – Country music royalty and soon to be fifty-four year member of the Grand Ole Opry®, Jeannie Seely, has announced the release of her duet with longtime friend, Willie Nelson, who plays guitar and sings on “Not A Dry Eye In The House” off her highly acclaimed album An American Classic on Curb Records. The song was produced by Don Cusic and written by Dallas Wayne, an established singer / songwriter and an on-air personality with SiriusXM Ch. 59 on Willie’s Roadhouse, where Seely is also a weekly host every Sunday afternoon on her show, Sunday’s With Seely. The music is distributed to radio by PlayMPE and listeners can download and listen to “Not A Dry Eye In The House” http://smarturl.it/NotADryEyeInTheHouse.
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Jeannie Seely Receives Proclamation as an Honorary Texan During the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame Event

NASHVILLE, TN. – Grammy winning artist and Grand Ole Opry member, Jeannie Seely, was presented with a Proclamation from Texas Governor Gregg Abbott bestowing on her the honor of an Honorary Texan after her performance during the 23rd Annual Texas Country Music Hall of Fame event in Carthage, Texas on Saturday, August 14. The presentation was given by Texas Country Music Hall of Fame President – Tommie Ritter Smith for all of Jeannie Seely’s contributions to the Texas music community, including her beautiful display in the museum, her affiliation with Willie Nelson through her radio show on SiriusXM “Willie’s Roadhouse” and her performances over the years in Texas and with the Texas Hall of Fame band along with many other affiliations with the music industry in Texas.
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