Jeannie Seely

Hank Cochran Documentary Spotlights Songwriter’s Legacy
Hank Cochran Documentary Spotlights Songwriter’s Legacy
Hank Cochran was one of the most prolific and successful songwriters to call Nashville home. The man who penned "Make the World Go Away," "The Chair," "I Fall to Pieces" and "Don't Touch Me" was celebrated Wednesday night (April 25), with the premiere of "Hank Cochran: Livin' For a Song" at the Nashville Film Festival...
New Faces: Amber Hayes
New Faces: Amber Hayes
Artist: Amber Hayes Influences: Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, Barbara Mandrell Hometown: Weleetka, Okla. Current Single: 'Wait' Listen to 'Wait' Why We Dig Her: This emerging young country singer combines a deep-rooted appreciation for classic country music with a contemporary edge, resulting in her debut album, 'C'Mon...
Jeannie Seely Embraces Country’s Changing Times
Jeannie Seely Embraces Country’s Changing Times
Jeannie Seely says she can understand the need for young artists and new sounds in today's country music, because she was in that same place when she started out, 40 years ago. "We've got some wonderful sounds in new country today. I look at that a little different than a lot of legends do," says the woman who was once called into the Grand Ole Opry manager's office for wearing mini-skir
Jeannie Seely Rebuilds Life & Career One Year After Floods
Jeannie Seely Rebuilds Life & Career One Year After Floods
Exactly one year ago, the Nashville area was hit by what has been termed the '100 Year Flood.' More than 30 people died, thousands of homes were damaged or destroyed, downtown Music City was flooded up several blocks from the Cumberland River, the Grand Ole Opry House and Opryland Hotel suffered millions of dollars in damages and numerous other businesses were closed for anywhere from a few days t