This is a vintage live performance by Jeannie C. Riley of her hit song, "Harper Valley . written by Tom T. Hall. Riley was raised in Anson, Texas. This song immediately became a gigantic hit for Riley and went to number one on both the Billboard Pop and Country charts, a feat not repeated until 1981 when Dolly Parton released "9 to 5". Riley and the song became an overnight sensation, and the song earned her the Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance and the Country Music Association Single. The song was a phenomenon which led to Riley making country music history in 1969 as the first female vocalist to have her own major network variety special, "Harper Valley . Then in 1978 there was "Harper Valley PTA" the motion picture, and in 1981 "Harper Valley PTA" the television show. Recommend "high quality" mode.
Harper Valley PTA" is a country song written by Tom T. Hall which became, in 1968, a major international hit single for country singer Jeannie C. Riley. The song was originally recorded by Margie Singleton, on Ashley Records A 5000 in July, 1968. Riley's record sold over six million copies as a single. It made Riley the first woman to top both the Billboard Hot 100 and the . Hot Country Singles charts with the same song, a feat that would go un-repeated until Dolly Parton's "9 to 5" in 1981.
Jeannie C. Riley (born Jeanne Carolyn Stephenson; October 19, 1945) is an American country music and gospel singer. She is best known for her 1968 country and pop hit "Harper Valley PTA" (written by Tom T. Hall), which missed (by one week) becoming the Billboard Country and Pop number one hit at the same time. In subsequent years, she had moderate chart success with country music, but never again duplicated the success of "Harper Valley PTA".
Harper Valley PTA. Jeannie C. Produced by Shelby Singleton. Album Harper Valley PTA. Harper Valley PTA Lyrics
Jeannie C. Riley, who was working as a secretary in Nashville for Jerry Chesnut, got to hear the song and recorded it herself and it became a massive hit for her. A "PTA" is a Parent Teacher Association. To see this very insignificant, socially disenfranchised lady - a single mother - who was willing to march down to the local aristocracy and read them the riot act so to speak, was fascinating. This won the 1968 Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Vocal Performance. It was also voted the Single of the Year by the Country Music Association. Both are on her "Harper Valley PTA" album. Donna from College Station, Txsong was No 2 Oct 1968 Top Singles, source Billboard 20 years ago list Oct 8, 1988.
It comes across nearly as a concept album that mirrors life in a small town in all its faults and tribulations, though not all songs make direct reference to Harper Valley. At the center of all this is the underrated voice of Jeannie C. Riley, which has the right combination of strength, sass, and vulnerability to make the songs come alive. The listener is treated to songs detailing the characters mentioned in the hit title song, such as Mr. Harper, Widow Jones (who comes across as the worst of the three), and Shirley Thompson
Tracks count: 1. Views: 3. Ameritz Digital Karaoke - Harper Valley Pta (In the Style of Jeannie C Riley) 03:11. Karaoke (In the Style of the George Baker Selection) - Single - Ameritz Digital Karaoke. Karaoke (In the Style of Ac/Dc) - Ameritz Digital Karaoke. Karaoke (In the Style of Ricky Nelson) - Ameritz Digital Karaoke. When You're Gone (In the Style of Bryan Adams & Melanie C) - Single - Ameritz Digital Karaoke. Good Time (In the Style of Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen) - Single - Ameritz Digital Karaoke.
Powered by the multimillion sales of the single "Harper Valley . " the album of the same name introduced singer Jeannie C. Riley to both country and pop audiences. Hall that was a major international hit single for country singer Jeannie C. Riley in 1968. The song made Riley the first woman to top both the Billboard Hot 100 and the . Hot Country Singles charts with the same song, a feat that would go unrepeated until Dolly Parton's "9 to 5" in 1981. The classic Harper Valley PTA album cover shows a minidress-clad Riley-portraying Mrs. Johnson with PTA note in hand-standing beside a girl, who is portraying the teenage daughter of Mrs. Johnson. Riley's recording of the song won her a Grammy for the Best Country Vocal Performance, Female.
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