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
Died:
June 4, 2001

Musician:
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
Show.
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
internationally

Touring:
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

Albums:
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
Click on Pictures To Enlarge
Our country music
photographer Joanne
has her picture taken
with
Jeannie Seely
(right) as the late
John Hartford
watches in the
background
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