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Priscilla Mitchell

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Origin  Marietta, Georgia
Genres  Country
Labels  Mercury
Spouse  Jerry Reed (m. 1959–2008)

Years active  1965–1968
Role  singer
Occupation(s)  Singer
Name  Priscilla Mitchell
Albums  Love's Eternal Triangle
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Born  September 18, 1941 (1941-09-18)
Children  Seidina Ann Reed Hinesley, Charlotte Elaine Reed Stewart
People also search for  Roy Drusky, Jerry Reed

Associated acts  Roy Drusky, Jerry Reed

Died  September 24, 2014 (aged 73), Tennessee, United States

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Priscilla Mitchell (September 18, 1941 – September 24, 2014) was an American country music singer.


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Priscilla Mitchell began as a Rock 'n' Roll singer in the 1950s as well as a background singer for NRC Records, and became most popular as a duet performer when she cut a string of duet recordings, in the 1960s, with country singer Roy Drusky. Drusky and Mitchell recorded a series of hits, their best-selling recordings being country music "cheating songs", including their biggest hit together, "Yes, Mr. Peters", released in 1965, becoming number 1 on the country charts.

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Priscilla Mitchell was married to country singer, songwriter, and session guitarist Jerry Reed from 1959 until his death on September 1, 2008; together they have two daughters, who are also country singers.


The song "It Comes and Goes" she also recorded under the name "Sadina".

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Mitchell died on September 24, 2014 at the age of 73 following a short illness, six days after her 73rd birthday. She is survived by her daughters, her sister and her two grandchildren.


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