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Rotarians treated to video of Dottie's first recording

Noon Rotary Club members had the opportunity to see rare 1963 video footage of country music singer and McMinnville native Dottie West yesterday. Ben Hall, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s stewardship coordinator, showed the Rotarians a video of West’s first studio recording. West was recording the song “Touch Me” which was written by Willie Nelson and produced at RCA Studio B on Music Row by Chet Atkins. The Rotarians were mesmerized by West’s beautiful voice during the video.
In the mid-1960s, RCA’s Chet Atkins signed West to a record deal and produced her self-penned ...

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