Priscilla Mitchell (born September 18, 1941 in Marietta, Georgia) was an American country music singer.
Priscilla Mitchell began as a Rock 'n' Roll singer in the 1950s 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.
Priscilla Mitchell had been married to country singer, songwriter, and session guitarist Jerry Reed Hubbard since 1959 and was widowed on August 31, 2008. She is the mother of two daughters.
|1965||Love's Eternal Triangle (with Roy Drusky)||—||Mercury|
|1966||Together Again (with Roy Drusky)||14|
|1965||"Yes Mr. Peters" (with Roy Drusky)||1||Love's Eternal Triangle|
|"Slippin' Around" (with Roy Drusky)||45|
|"It Comes and Goes"||—||singles only|
|"Acres of Heartaches"||—|
|1967||"I'll Never Tell on You" (with Roy Drusky)||61|
|"He's Not for Real"||53|
|1968||"Your Old Handy Man"||73|
|"Natch'illy Ain't No Good"||—|
- ^ Whitburn, Joel (August 2008). Hot Country Songs 1944 to 2008. Record Research, Inc.. pp. 281. ISBN 0-89820-177-2.