Jeanne Pruett moved to Nashville in 1956, together with her husband Jack, who started working as guitarist for Marty Robbins. Robbins signed Jeanne to his publishing company and recorded several of her songs ("Count Me Out" among them). In the meantime, Jeanne also tried her hand on recording and had her first chart hit with "Hold On To My Unchanging Love" in 1971. Her career song came in 1973 when she recorded "Satin Sheets" which was the only #1 hit she ever had.
Just a note of interest: The album "Satin Sheets" (MCA 338) mentions all session musicians, with one exception: Lloyd Green's name is not listed! But be sure, the steel playing on the album is by him!