“Miss Country Soul,” Jeannie Seely, known for her husky voice and 1966, Grammy-winning hit “Don’t Touch Me,” celebrated 52 years as a member of the Grand Ole Opry family this past weekend, an achievement attained by only a handful of country artists.
Standing on stage in the sacred circle that upcoming artists dream of, the same iconic wooden circle onstage that holds special memories of all of those who have performed on the hallowed circle.
Seely is loving life and excited for the future. She recently has gotten back into songwriting and is very proud to have the recent #1, “Like I Could,” on the Bluegrass Charts recorded by Rhonda Vincent. The single was co-written with Erin Enderlin and Bobby Tomberlin.
Jeannue will be releasing a brand new album, “An American Classic,” and continues to host her weekly “Sundays With Seely” on Willie’s Roadhouse on SiriusXM and proudly host Opry segments and perform each week as well as tour nationally.
Seely is a fixture of the Opry both onstage and backstage,” said Dan Rogers, Opry VP and Executive Producer. “From her performances in the Opry’s famed circle to her witticisms in the wings to the way she nurtures the next generation of Opry stars, she’s one of a kind. Happy 52!”
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