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Jeannie Seely's 25th Grand Ole Opry Anniversary
Jeannie Seely's 25th Opry Anniversary from September 1992.

Our congratulations to Jeannie Seely, who in 2017
Celebrated her 50th Anniversary with the Grand Ole Opry!
Jeannie Seely YouTube Videos
Volunteer Jam
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The 40th Anniversary of the Volunteer Jam
The Volunteer Jam - Jeannie Seely
Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on August 12, 2015
Pictures by Pat Adams                Click on Pictures to Enlarge
Jeannie Seely
Marilyn Jeanne
"Jeannie" Seely
(born July 6, 1940) is
an American country
music singer and
Grand Ole Opry star.
She is best known for
her 1966 Grammy
award-winning country
hit "Don't Touch Me",
which peaked at No. 1
on the Record World
and Cash Box country
singles charts, and at
No. 2 on Billboard.
Seely has produced
numerous country hits,
from the 1960s into the
mid-1970s, including
duets with Jack
Greene like 1969's "I
Wish I Didn't Have to
Miss You". Seely has
befriended many
singers, musicians and
songwriters in the
country music field,
including Jan Howard
and Dottie West.
Seely celebrated her
50th anniversary
as a member of the
Grand Ole Opry on
September 16th, 2017.
Jeannie Seely Sings "I Can't Stop Loving You"
Jeannie Seely performs "I Can't Stop Loving you"
on the Grand Ole Opry on September 23, 1995
Jeannie Seely Sings "Don't Touch Me" in 1993
Jeannie Seely performs "Don't Touch Me" on the
General Jackson Showboat in Nashville in January 1993
See Pictures of Jeannie Seely
and the late John Hartford
Fountain Square (in Metro Center)
Link: www.tennesseeconcerts.com/jeanniseely
Our own video from the Volunteer Jam
Jeannie Seely does "Who Needs You"
40th Anniversary of the Volunteer Jam (2015)
Grand Ole Opry star Jeannie Seely at the 40th Anniversary of the Volunteer Jam
on August 12, 2017, hosted by the Charlie Daniels Band. This year (2017)
marks her 50th Anniversary of being a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Video by Pat Adams from this Tennessee Concerts website.
Picture by Joann Adams