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Pruett recorded the song's demo instead. Robbins heard it and was impressed. He later cut the track and had a major hit with it in He was also impressed by Pruett's singing. Atkins signed her to a recording contract with RCA in Pruett returned to domestic life after her RCA singles were unsuccessful.

It was reviewed by Billboard magazine the same month, who praised the recording. ByPruett's music career had gained more momentum. She worked Album) dates overseas booked by agent Hubert Long and made several appearances on the Grand Ole Opry. However, their version was not released as a single.

According to Pruett, she rewrote the introduction to help make the song record-friendly. After rewriting the beginning, she presented it to Haynes. He picked up the guitar and played it back to Walter, note for note, and said, 'Here Walt, the damn intro is a hit,'" she recalled in her autobiography. Instead, Pruett promoted it herself. She distributed the record by cutting squares of pink satin and mailing it to disc jockeys. While reviewing her album, Billboard magazine stated that "Miss Pruett let's loose some of that talent that restrained in relative obscurity over the years.

After "Satin Sheets" became a number one hit, Pruett's schedule became increasingly demanding. She had further success after "Satin Sheets". Wolff praised the songs, calling them "deep country cuts". Pruett continued recording for MCA Records. The label released a series of singles by Pruett during the mid s that failed to become major hits. Inthe single "I'm Living a Lie" reached number 30 on the country chart, becoming her highest-climbing single of the past several years.

According to a Billboard article, Mercury developed a marketing plan to help promote Once More - Roy Acuff - Time (Vinyl newer artists. The label also intended to release four LP's by their artists as part of the plan. The label's only single release by Pruett was "I'm a Woman"[9] which only climbed to number 94 on the country chart. Between andPruett had a major comeback after three of her singles reached the top ten of the Billboard country songs chart.

The album was her first since to reach the country albums chart where it peaked at number Pruett continued recording for IBC and briefly for the Audiograph label in the early s. However, Robbins died in before the pair could record enough material to fill an album.

Instead, the pair's duet version of "Love Me" was released as a single. Pruett believed that Blackburn may have had other intentions Once More - Roy Acuff - Time (Vinyl suing the label. It seemed like a lame excuse to me," she commented in her autobiography. Pruett started slowing down her music career as the s progressed. She remained a regular Opry member and dedicated time to regular appearances on the program.

The album was part of a project that included new album releases by other veteran country artists including Jan Howard and Billie Jo Spears. The record was produced Billy Strange. The idea was formulated by Pruett who brought it to the attention of the organization after a television special honoring the 60th anniversary of the Opry. InPruett made a career shift into professional cooking. That year she released her first cookbook, which she entitled Feedin' Friends.

Four books were eventually released as part of the series. The success of the cookbook series led to the opening of a restaurant named "JP's Feedin' Friends". As she led a more active domestic life, Pruett maintained a semi-active role in her career in the s and s. In the mid 's she also hosted the program's annual seminars in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. However, she still remains a member. She returned to domestic life and lived on a ranch outside of Nashville.

The book was released by Page Publishing. Pruett has been married two times. She married her first husband, Jack Pruett, on October 10, Shortly following their wedding, Jack left to embark on a several-week tour with Marty Robbins. For the remainder of their marriage, he would often be traveling on the road. The couple welcomed their first child shortly after moving to Nashville named Jack Pruett, Jr.

After their son was born and Jack was making a more steady income, the family moved to a two story house in Nashville. At their new home, the couple were neighbors to The Wilburn Brothers. Inthe couple welcomed their second child, Jael and moved to a larger estate in the Nashville area.

InPruett divorced her husband, citing his alcohol problems and busy schedules. In her autobiography, she explained her feelings Once More - Roy Acuff - Time (Vinyl the divorce. At that time, I would traded all my success and all his success for the divorce never to have happened," she recalled.

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