Jeannie Seely
Born in 1940
Titusville, PA
Jeanni Seely was
primarily known as a
duet partner,
although she had
some hits on her own
in the late sixties and
early seventies

Porter Wagoner:
Seely replaced
Norma Jean as
Porter Wagoner's
television and
touring partner.
She left Wagoner
only to be replaced
by Dolly Parton

Grand Ole Opry :
As a Grand Ole Opry
member Jeannie
Seely was the first
person on the Opry
to wear a Mini-skirt
John Hartford
Born Dec. 30, 1937
New York City, NY
June 4, 2001

Singer, songwriter,
and Banjoist
John Hartford wrote
"Gentle On My Mind"
for Glen Campbell
and has recorded
many folk-oriented
solo albums

TV Shows:
Hartford had most of
his exposure in the
late sixties as a
regular on the
Smothers Brothers
Comedy Hour, which
was followed by a stint
on Glen Campbell's
In the early seventies
he hosted his own
syndicated TV show,
Something Else

Hit Song:
In addition to Glen
Campbell's Grammy
winning hit, Gentle On
My Mind was covered
more than 200 times
and has sold over 15
million copies

John Hartford toured
as a one-man-band
and toured with
Glen Campbell

The Byrds:
Hartford worked as a
session musician in
Nashville and
participated in the
Byrds "Sweetheart Of
The Rodeo" album

In 1966 John Hartford
signed with
RCA Records and
recorded eight albums

Grand Ole Opry:
John Hartford
played on the
Grand Ole Opry in
Nashville many times
Jeannie Seely
& John Hartford  
1980s :  Nashville, Tennessee
John Hartford
Photos by Joanne & Julian Adams
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Our country music
photographer Joanne
has her picture taken
Jeannie Seely
(right) as the late
John Hartford
watches in the
* Fountain Square in Metro Center *