Grammy-award winning and country music legend Jeannie Seely will open up about her illustrious career as a recording artist, songwriter and Grand Ole Opry mainstay when she chats with Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame DJ and radio host, Keith Bilbrey on “Reflections,” scheduled to air throughout the week of January 18.
“Reflections” is a weekly half-hour, interview series where Bilbrey leads one-on-one insightful interviews with country music’s legendary artists. The series airs on Heartland TV at 8 /7c and Saturdays 4/3c. Viewers can also tune in to Blue Highways TV, Sky Angel Two, The Family Channel or AMG TV to watch. Check your local listings for channels and airtimes.
Bilbrey’s long-time relationships with the iconic artists who are featured on “Reflections” translate into intimate and candid conversations with each guest. Click here to find your local channel.
The distinctive-voiced lady, referred to as “Miss Country Soul,” has a full slate of appearances and live performances in 2016, including Country’s Family Reunion Road Show with Bill Anderson and dates with Mickey Gilley, Johnny Lee, Jimmy Fortune, David Frizzell and T.G. Sheppard.
Seely also recently guest hosted and performed on RFD-TV’s top-rated variety show “Larry’s Country Diner.”
June 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of Seely’s first guest performance on the Grand Ole Opry. At that time her first hit, “Don’t Touch Me” (recorded on March 12, 1966), was climbing the country music charts. In March 1967, she won a GRAMMY® Award for “Best Country Vocal Performance by a Female” for “Don’t Touch Me.” On September 16, 1967, Seely became an official member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Along with dozens of accolades, including awards from Billboard, Cashbox and Record World, Seely has achieved No. 1 songs as a solo artist, as a duet partner and as a songwriter. Her deeply moving vocals earned her the nickname of “Miss Country Soul.”
JEANNIE SEELY LIVE:
May 20 – Corn Palace – Mitchell, S.D.
Aug. 28 – Truman Lake Opry – Clinton, Mo.
Sep. 22 – Country’s Family Reunion Road Show – Bremen, Ga.
Sep. 24 – Country’s Family Reunion Road Show – Franklin, N.C.
Oct. 19 – Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater – Branson, Mo.
Dec. 03 – TPC Conference and Convention Center – York, Pa.
Dec. 16 – North Star Mohican Casino – Bowler, Wis.