Tuesday, August 9, 2005

Country Legend Jeannie Kendall Goes Pop Without Pop

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Country singer Jeannie Kendall is best known for her recordings with her Dad, Royce, but, these days, she’s being singled out as a solo act.

Kendall – who, as part of the Kendalls, had several country hits with cheating classics like “Heaven’s Just A Sin Away” and “The Pittsburgh Stealers” – has just released a solo album, All The Girls I Am, that focuses on her voice alone.

Daddy Royce died in 1998 and Jeannie admits she misses the sound that comes from the blend between their voices but feels the new CD shows off both the pop and country sides of her voice.

Although Kendall doesn’t have her Dad to perform cheating songs with anymore, she says she still gets comments from female fans who tell her, “I wish my Dad and I got along as well as you two.”

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