Joanie Keller (born in Wayne, Nebraska ) is an American  country music singer. Keller began performing in her father's band when she was a small child. After graduating high school, she played local clubs in  Colorado before moving to Nashville to pursue a career as a country singer.
Keller's debut album,
Sparks Are Gonna Fly, was released by Broken Bow Records in April 2000. Its first single, "Three Little Teardrops", peaked at number 66 on the  Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. The album received a mixed review from Joel Bernstein of  , who wrote that "it's too smooth and polished to grab the hard-core honkytonkers, but it's often too country for much of today's younger audience." Country Standard Time Carrie Attebury of  about.com compared Keller favorably to Linda Davis.
Since parting ways with Broken Bow, Keller has continued to perform in Nashville with the band 45 RPM.
She was inducted into the Nebraska Music Hall of Fame in 2009. 
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Whitburn, Joel (2008). Hot Country Songs 1944 to 2008. Record Research, Inc. p. 220. ISBN . 978-0-89820-177-2
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Proefrock, Stacia. "Joanie Keller – Music Biography". Allmusic . Retrieved . March 11, 2013
Bernstein, Joel. "Joanie Keller – Sparks Are Gonna Fly". Country Standard Time . Retrieved . March 11, 2013
Attebury, Carrie. "CD Review: . Sparks Are Gonna Fly - Joanie Keller" about.com . Retrieved . March 11, 2013
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Pitzer, Carrie (July 30, 2009). "Nebraska Music Hall of Fame to induct pioneers, legends". Norfolk Daily News . Retrieved . March 11, 2013
"Production Notes". . May 13, 2000 Billboard . Retrieved . March 11, 2013