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American country music singer, songwriter, and record producer. Wikipedia

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    The discography of American country artist Jeannie Seely contains 16 studio albums, four compilation albums and 33 singles. Releasing several singles for the Challenge label, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee and signed with Monument Records in 1966. Wikipedia

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  • Willie Nelson

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  • Marty Stuart

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