"Jeanne Pruett" (born 1937) is an American country singer, probably best known for her 1973 hit "Satin Sheets."
Born in 1937, she moved to Nashville in 1956 with her husband Jack, who eventually became Marty Robbins's guitarist. Robbins noticed her songwriting talent, signing her in 1963. Among the songs she wrote for Robbins were "Count Me Out" and "Love Me."
She also tried her hand at recording, trying once with RCA in 1963 and again with Decca in 1969. Her first hit was 1971's "Hold to My Unchanging Love," which she followed with her own version of "Love Me" in 1972.
She moved to MCA and scored a top ten country hit with "I'm Your Woman" in 1973. Later that year, "Satin Sheets" was #1 on the country charts for three weeks and made it to #28 on the pop charts. For this, she was inducted into the Grand Old Opry in 1973.
She released some more singles and took some time off in the late 1970s. In 1979, she returned to recording and had chart success again. The 1983 singles "Back to Back," "It's Too Late" and "Temporarily Yours" all made the country Top Ten.
She is also known for the cookbook, "Feedin' Friends."
* Love Me (1972)