Willie Nelson Joins Jeannie Seely For New Duet “Not A Dry Eye In This House”
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Country singer Jeannie Seely released her debut album in 1966. 54 years later, she is releasing her 17th studio album, titled An American Classic.
The album includes songs written by Seely herself, Penn Pennington, Mitch Ballard, Dottie West, Steve Wariner, Bobby Tomberlin, Roger Miller, Bill Anderson, and more.
She re-recorded some of her own hits, including her Grammy Award-winning song “Don’t Touch Me.”
Some of Seely’s famous friends like Ray Stevens, The Whites, Lorrie Morgan, and Willie Nelson sang on the record with her. She sings the first track, “So Far, So Good,” with The Whites, the Paul McCartney-penned song “Dance Tonight” with Stevens, and “Not a Dry Eye in the House” with Nelson.
According to a press release, “Not a Dry Eye in the House” got over 30,000 streams in anticipation for the album. They have previously performed together on the song “You’ve Been Leaving Me For Years” in 1983 for the album All-American Cowboys.
Songwriter Dallas Wayne penned “Not a Dry Eye in the House” for Seely and Nelson, who played his famous guitar “Trigger” on the track as well.
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Listen to “Not a Dry Eye in the House” below.