Jeannie Seely Featured in Reel Lumiere
Country music legend Jeannie Seely has achieved chart-topping songs as a solo artist, as a duet partner, and as a songwriter. She was inducted as a member of the world-famous Grand Ole Opry more than fifty years ago and became the first female to regularly host segments of the weekly shows, as she still regularly does.
In 1966, she won a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for her recording of “Don’t Touch Me.” Jeannie continues to write and record. Her latest album includes collaborations with Bill Anderson, Vince Gill, Lorrie Morgan, and Willie Nelson.
The song “Like I Could,” which she co-wrote, was a recent No. 1 on the bluegrass music charts, recorded by Rhonda Vincent, and she hosts a weekly “Sundays with Seely” on Willie’s Roadhouse on SiriusXM. Seely is very active in various charitable causes.
Reel Lumiere Magazine, a publication of the Nashville Women in Film and Television features a Women of True Grit feature every month.