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With regard to country music, Patsy Cline is without doubt the greatest female singer. There is no close second. She is one of the great American vocalists who have created the Great American Songbook.
Ray Johnson <>
Austin, TX - Sunday, July 27, 2014 at 10:36:57 (CEST)
El Portal Theatre and 22Q Entertainment -- Robert Levinstein & Alan Wager present "Always... Patsy Cline", starring Sally Struthers and Carter Calvert as Patsy Cline, July 10 to August 3, 2014 at the historic El Portal Theatre, in the NOHO Arts District, North Hollywood, CA.

This production reunites Struthers and Calvert as they have previously performed "Always... Patsy Cline" together at Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine, and the Algonquin Arts Theatre in New Jersey.

The musical was written and originally directed by Ted Swindley. Twenty-two of Cline's most famous hit songs, including "Crazy", "I Fall To Pieces", "Sweet Dreams", "Back in Baby's Arms" and "Your Cheatin' Heart" are performed by Calvert along with a five-piece band, under the Musical Direction of John Randall.

This wonderful, country & western, toe-tapping musical, is based on the life and music of country legend Patsy Cline (Carter Calvert) and a Texas housewife, Louise Seger (Sally Struthers), who struck up a friendship after meeting Cline and remained friends until Cline's untimely death at age 30 in a 1963 plane accident. The shows title was inspired by Cline's letters to Seger which were consistently signed "Love Always... Patsy Cline".

The El Portal Theatre <>
North Hollywood, CA United States - Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 20:03:30 (CEST)
I am coming to the experts here. I will be passing close to Dyersburg Airport in the next few weeks. Can anyone tell me if the airport restaurant where Patsy ate is long gone? There is a restaurant listed now called "Catfish Row" but it's apparently not inside the airport building but nearby. Sketchy information. A Mary Lou's came up but they were only out at the airport 17 years(?). Thanks.
Meg <>
Marcus Hook, PA USA - Monday, May 05, 2014 at 18:37:45 (CEST)
Patsy Cline was the most loved and nicest woman and knew what country songs were about, I loved all of her songs.
Gregory Bouchard <>
Potsdam, NY U.S.A. - Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at 02:03:57 (CEST)
51 years gone, but never forgotten.
ReCliner Sean <>
Music City, Tn USA - Wednesday, March 05, 2014 at 16:27:31 (CET)
Mandy Barnett has released another CD through Cracker Barrel. It's "I Can't Stop Lovin You -- The Songs of Don Gibson". She does a great job on 12 songs writen by Don including his classic "Sweet Dreams". The CD is available for digitally downloading through She will be on Woodsongs Radio Show Nov 25. has more details to tune in online.

As usual,
Jimmy Nov 14, 2014

Jimmy W
Lex, Ky USA - Friday, November 15, 2013 at 03:49:35 (CET)
I used to visit this site alot a few yrs ago, then let it slip my mind. I'm pretty excited because I recently won a "Country Style USA" transcription with Patsy on one side, and Flatt & Scruggs on the other. No song titles were listed, and I hope it's some stuff that hasn't been heard yet. Will post more info when I receive the transcription. This is my first transcription with Patsy on it.
Wade Settle <>
Dover, TN USA - Sunday, August 25, 2013 at 20:55:29 (CEST)
Recently I did an interview with NJ DJ docsouth. The interview is online for a few more weeks at if you would like to listen to it.
Jimmy Walker <>
Monday, July 22, 2013 at 16:09:25 (CEST)
I am very sorry that Patsy Cline past away.
William <>
Williams Lake, BC Canada - Wednesday, June 05, 2013 at 03:25:32 (CEST)
Patsy and Loretta were best friends and they went on the road together and Patsy and Loretta went shopping for her clothes and went back on the road together.
Debbie Ann Dunn <sweety babe>
Havehill, Mass - Thursday, May 30, 2013 at 23:19:44 (CEST)
Comment: Actually, Patsy and Loretta were not on the road together, as indicated in the movie "Coal Miner's Daughter". The producers used a little artistic freedom there... :-) /Per
I was brought up listening to 50's and 60's music and listening to people like Patsy Cline, Nat King Cole, Jim Reeves, such a pure and honest sound when they sing. You can close your eyes and just let the music take you back to those times. My favourite Patsy Cline songs would be "If you've got leaving on your mind" and "Just out of reach" followed closely by "She's got you".
Ted Clark <>
New Zealand - Friday, May 17, 2013 at 17:21:43 (CEST)
Hi, My name is Suzie G and I sing a Tribute to Patsy here in Scotland, UK. Hope you enjoy my tribute. Click here.
Suzie G <>
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 23:05:52 (CET)
Hi there, my name is Shavonne and I live in New Zealand. I have recently finished recording and am now selling my debut album, on it are covers of my versions of older songs plus 2 originals which I wrote. I recorded "Three cigarettes" as Patsy had a tremendous effect on my musical upbringing.

Please click on the link to hear a sound clip of my song that is on my debut album, and if you are interested in purchasing an album please email me at:

Shavonne <>
Wednesday, December 26, 2012 at 12:33:41 (CET)
My friend has an aunt "Ruth Brent" who lived in West Virginia and was good friends with Patsy Cline. She always spoke of going down Rainbow Road and Patsy was singing "Walking after midnight" after a fight with her hubby. We are from Canada and didn't get response when aunt Ruth died. Can you verify Aunt Ruth's story? Thanks Donna Munch
Donna Munch <>
Cambridge, ON Canada - Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 08:52:46 (CET)
It's been a long while since I posted. I thought any of you on Facebook might like to know the Country Music Hall of Fame has kindly posted some photos of the new Crazy for Loving You exhibition. Those of us who can't make it there can see some of what is there! Also included are some lovely shots of Patsy's husband, children and grandchildren - quite a turn-out and somewhat impressive to see.

Keith Wright, who has posted below, told me about a book which accompanies the exhibition. As I managed to miss it by a week (totally gutted) I ordered the book from the museum. It is great and a must-have for any fan. I would recommend it.

Catherine Simpson <>
Newcastle, England - Sunday, October 21, 2012 at 18:47:56 (CEST)
Wahoo! I'm so excited about this! I just love your blog and all that I am learning. I have always wanted to learn how to capture life through a lense the best that I can. I hope everything is going well with your family considering all that has happened. You are in our prayers.
Khadar <Khadar>
GBAsicVOg, jP GzeemGgFM - Friday, October 05, 2012 at 03:25:07 (CEST)
Hi there,

I just found your website looking for images of Patsy. Impressive! I just wanted to point out something I've been noticing on're using images of someone else, Erica Hansen, I think, as covers of mp3 albums of Patsy's songs. I'm guessing your readers will see that the pics aren't of Patsy, just as I have. Strange!!

Here's are the links: 1 2

Doyle Hinson <>
Atlanta, Ga U.S.A. - Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 16:29:08 (CEST)
Happy Belated 80th Birthday Patsy on September 8th!!

Here's a lil o' something to remember ya with for your day:

"Patsy at 80"

Even though she passed early on
She lives on in every of her song
Why at 80 she still holds strong
Remaining on of ther all the best female vocalists
And you can't prove that wrong
She had the voice and class
So help you God if you crossed her
She think nothin to kick your ***
Her songs mean as much now as they did back when
You can listen top them time and again
Happy Birthday Patsy
We honour and love you
Your gift of your talent
Is sacred
Tis true
May you be smilin up in Heaven
You were in my thoughts yesterday


CANADA - Sunday, September 09, 2012 at 20:17:49 (CEST)
Happy birthday!!!! I LOVE U!!!!
Jennifer Andry <>
Sunday, September 09, 2012 at 03:38:11 (CEST)
Carol Glass Cooper and Sandy Utley along with Mike Cooper will be doing a Country Legends Show at The Troubadour Lounge for Joltin' Jim McCoy on Sept. 22, 2012, Berkley Springs, WV.
Last year we did 52 of the all time favorites of classic country songs for Jim and his customers and of course sweet Bertha! Looking forward to the show. Also the food there is great. You may go to to view part of Carol's songs of Patsy Cline. No one can match the voice of our America Idol Patsy Cline, but we sure do enjoy singing them. We love you Patsy!!!!!!!!!!!
Carol Glass Cooper <>
Seneca, SC USA - Monday, August 20, 2012 at 17:27:37 (CEST)

I feel a little bit guilty about posting this here as I don't want to seem self promoting but, trust me when I say that I am, and ALWAYS, will be, a HUGE fan of Patsy Cline. This will be the second time I've produced this show (first being The Bluewater Summer Playhouse in Kincardine, ON) and believe strongly in the power of Patsy. I just have to get the word out that we're doing the show.

A new professional theatre company in London ON is producing a Revival Production of "A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline" as it's inaugural production. The show runs from October 30th, 2012 to November 11th, 2012. I was hoping that this would be a great spot to let the fans know about the show and hopefully motivate them to come to The McManus Studio Theatre at The Grand Theatre to see the show...

Find out more about us and the show by going to and have a look around the site.


Rick Kish
Founding Artistic Director
519-GET-LINK (ed)
Tickets available by calling The Grand Theatre Box Office @ 519-672-8800

Or, to order online, go here.

Rick Kish <>
London, ON Canada - Monday, August 13, 2012 at 01:48:06 (CEST)
Hi, Can anyone give the "correct" date of the release of "Sentimentally Yours"? Is it Aug. 6, or 7, 1962? Both bios of Patsy I've read state August 6 as the correct date, but several sources on the internet cite Aug 7. So which is it? It's strange that both bios would cite an incorrect date, if it is indeed incorrect. Thanks.
Patsy fan
Tuesday, August 07, 2012 at 20:02:35 (CEST)
Aunque parezca incréíble en Costa Rica, Centro América, soy un fan de Patsy Cline. Es la mejor voz femenina del country y del pop que yo haya escuchado. Desde hace unos 10 años sigo su música, he comprado sus discos y me he leído el Libro Honky Tonk Angel. Ella fué una mujer incomparable, rompío paradigmas y moldes. Ahora es fácil ser cantante mujer, ya todo está hecho, pero ser como Patsy en 1956 - 1963 era un reto a la cultura, al mundo de los varones. Ella es más que una cantante es un símbolo. He soñado con ella cuando he pasado por momentos muy difíciles en mi vida. Sin duda se que desde el cieo sabe que tiene ñun fan tan lejos y yo sé que tengo un ángel en el cielo...
Rafael Jiménez <>
San José, Costa Rica - Friday, July 27, 2012 at 05:01:02 (CEST)
Keith looking forward to seeing the Patsy exhibit several times. It's been a pleasure working with you all and I honored to have items on loan to the HOF.

Jimmy 7-24-2012

Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY USA - Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 03:54:00 (CEST)
My name is Keith Wright. I am the National Tourism Sales Manager for the Country Music hall of Fame in Nashville. As you know, we will be opening our newest exhibition "Patsy Cline: Crazy For Loving You" August 24th. In preparation for the opening, I will be doing a musical salute to Patsy on radio station WVCP in Gallatin, TN tomorrow morning beginning at 7:30am. You can listen to a live stream on-line by googling WVCP Gallatin,TN. Hope to see you all at the Hall of Fame during the 10 month run of the exhibit!
Keith Wright <>
Nashville, TN USA - Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 06:11:21 (CEST)
The Country Music Hall of Fame will be paying tribute to Patsy with a cameo exhibition August 2012 to June 2013:

Bernard Green <>
UK - Sunday, May 13, 2012 at 08:41:01 (CEST)
Remembering the greatest loss to the music world on March 5, 1963. Your great music lives on!
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Wednesday, March 07, 2012 at 03:27:42 (CET)
There will always and ever be only one Ms. Patsy Cline. An amazing woman with and amazing voice. <3

My rendition of 'Leaving on Your Mind' -

Christine <>
Mi - Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 05:13:48 (CET)
I wish I could have met you Patsy. I was only 8 mos old when the world lost you, but what you left behind will endure for decades to come. You touch so many when you sing and God gave left us all that when he took you home. WOW what a show heaven has with so much talent up there. I am sure you are the musical headline! We love you and thank you for sharing your love and talent with us all. To me you are the best and will always be THE BEST!
Tamara Holland <>
Hilliard, Fl USA - Friday, January 27, 2012 at 14:49:51 (CET)
Always captivated by her and her voice, I have been a fan as long as I can remember even though she passed before I was born. I now live close to where she was lost. When I first moved here in 1992, I knew someone who told me about his parents taking him to see the debris from the crash. Interestingly, from what I know of the area, there are no mountains as portrayed in the movie. What truly happened? I know movies are made to entertain and of course details are altered for that purpose but, what are the facts? Thanks, if anyone knows :)
Michele <>
Jackson, TN USA - Sunday, January 08, 2012 at 08:37:37 (CET)
Comment: The plane crashed nose down into the ground, not into a mountain wall like it was shown in the movie. /Per
I just love her songs!
Lars <>
Andorra - Monday, September 26, 2011 at 00:28:33 (CEST)
Happy Birthday Patsy! You are still the greatest female singer I've heard! Just love your music and always will. No one will ever replace you.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, nc - Thursday, September 08, 2011 at 20:36:01 (CEST)
Happy Birthday Patsy!!!!!!!!
Tim Poole <>
Hagerstown, MD - Wednesday, September 07, 2011 at 15:15:02 (CEST)
Article: Still "Crazy" for Patsy
Jimmy Walker
Wednesday, Sep 07, 2011 at 16:07:39 (CEST)
Here is some info on the soft opening of Patsy's home at 608 S. Kent St. What great news! I am hearing a lot great things. This is not only a tribute to Patsy but to Hilda. Thanks CPC, the family, the fans, too many to mention. Official ribbon cutting is Setp 3, 2011.
Jimmy Walker
Tuesday, August 09, 2011 at 01:48:26 (CEST)
Gazza, there is a new piece called Across The Airwaves. Soundclips are available at The CD contains material from Godfrey, audio from various tv shows. Very neat piece. Waiting for it to arrive.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, ky USA - Sunday, July 17, 2011 at 03:28:15 (CEST)
I have misprinted the date for "Daily Walkin' With Patsy. It is July 23, 2011. "Joltin" Jim McCoy former DJ for WINC radio will join us for the Susan G. Kohmen bresat cancer benefit. Sorry about the typo error of the date.
Carol Glass <>
Seneca, SC USA - Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 15:58:53 (CEST)
Holy Toledo, so glad I clicked on this site first!
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 16:10:43 (CEST)
On June 23, 2011 "Daily Walkin' With Patsy and Friends" will be performing at Walhalla High School Auditorium to help benefit the Susan G. Kohman's Breat Cancer fund raiser for Oconee County, SC. There will be songgs of Patsy Cline, Jim Reeves, Johnny Cash, June Cash Carter, Loretta Lynn and of course "Elvis". Our special guest will be "Joltin" Jim McCoy, former DJ for WINC radio in Winchester Va. "Daily Walkin' is a play that has been built around Jim and his music relationship with Patsy Cline at age 15 through her death in 1963. "Joltin" Jim was the 1st to allow Patsy to sing on live radio. When he heard her boastful voice, he knew she would become a country star. The play captures Patsy's life from age 4 yr. to 30 yr of age. It is fun packed and loaded with songs of the era of Patsy Cline. You may visit my website to view pictures of the show and to listen to various songs within the show. We are so excited to have Jim McCoy come to our area of SC and be a part of our breast cancer awareness benefit. Hope you can come to the show. We have a very exciting performance waiting for you. Visit: for further information.

Carol Glass <>
Seneca, SC USA - Saturday, July 09, 2011 at 20:48:01 (CEST)
Just heard news of a new double Patsy live CD set about to be released in Europe, all new tracks. Anyone know anything?
I have the Bear family CD and the "Take Five " Radio Transcriptions for the USMC but can't confirm this new one yet.
If you know please post info.
Gazza <>
VLC, Australia - Thursday, July 07, 2011 at 17:19:43 (CEST)
I have a Patsy Cline CD, PLATCD 27 by Prism Leisure. The thing is, when I bought it and played it, it's not Patsy on the CD. It's a french man singing on the CD. The whole CD!!! I can't find anything on this, does anyone know about this kind of CD? Please let me know. Thanks.
Chrissy <>
Dade City, FL USA - Saturday, June 18, 2011 at 04:22:27 (CEST)
Dear Sir,
I thought that perhaps all you Patsy Cline fans should know of the existance of a double CD by The Phelps Brothers, not to be confused with Brothers Phelps, these were a trio, Norman, Earl & Willie Phelps who were very popular in the 1950's etc.
Anyway, there is a double CD by The Phelps Brothers called "Are We On The Air" that has a few very rare tracks by Patsy on it, including "Crazy Arms" duet with Patsy & Marvin Carrol, and the popular country song "Have I told You Lately That I Love You" done as a duet by Patsy Cline & Marvin Carrol. These songs I understand were recorded at Fernwood Farm Studios, Norfolk, Virginia, which were owned by The Phelps Brothers.

Best wishes,
Bill Marks, Birmingham, England.

Bill Marks <>
Tuesday, June 07, 2011 at 16:02:37 (CEST)
Hello! :c)

I was in 4th grade when my dad let me go through the CD's, trusting me to handle them with care. I always loved music, mostly listening to The Beatles growing up, until one day I found a pretty pink CD with a beautiful woman on the front - 'Patsy Cline, Live At The Opry'. I put the CD in and I was moved, even then, at age 9, I was moved by her amazing voice. Of course, I was too little to reach those notes, but when I had some words memorized, I was singing along ... an octave above her. lol

I still listen to her today, as does my husband, children and even the cat. No joke, if I put in a Patsy Cline CD, the cat will hop up onto the counter to sit under the stereo right beneath the speakers. lol

Her's a voice so captivating, I bet even the birds would stop their singing to hear.

The link above is my tribute to Patsy singing 'Sweet Dreams'

Christine <>
Friday, May 06, 2011 at 06:08:16 (CEST)
Just checkin' in on this site once again...
It's nice to see all the fans write in, and keep the memories of Patsy alive.

I think I wrote in here someplace (too many pages to search) a while back, but I still think of my visit to Winchester in 2005 for "Patsy Day".
I enjoyed meeting Charlie and Julie, and being at the Dedication ceremony of the Kent st house.
Oh that crowd was great!
Winchester is a small town compared to Philadelphia, but the people there have big hearts...
I'll never forget that place.

Matt <>
Philadelphia, Pa - Wednesday, May 04, 2011 at 07:21:15 (CEST)
It's kind of odd that Randy wanted to fly after weather waz still bad, but I like this biography, it was good educctal.
Jason Koprowski <>
Northbattleford, Canada - Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 18:43:03 (CEST)
I am big big fan fan of Patsy Cline and her music and I like "Crazy", it's one of my personal songs.
Georgina Black <>
United Kingdom - Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at 11:07:55 (CEST)
The link to the article about the exhibit that the Winchester-Frederick County Convention and Visitors Bureau has set up for Patsy is:

It is displaying some of the items that CPC own.

Bernard Green <>
UK - Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at 09:20:43 (CEST)
A Patsy Cline display is back at the Winchester VA visitor center. I saw an article in the Northern VA Daily. According to the article Patsy records and furniture are part of the display.

Always Jimmy
Charter member of Patsy Cline fan club!
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky USA - Saturday, April 09, 2011 at 17:42:12 (CEST)
I have a rather unusual connection to Patsy Cline. My parents who lived near the Shenandoah Memorial Park were held up in the traffic from her funeral while bringing me home from the hospital after I was born. My father also remembers her from when she used to work at Gaunt's Drug Store. I thought this forum might be a good place to let folks know about the availability of burial plots in the Shenandoah Memorial Park. My parents had purchased burial plots in the Shenandoah Memorial Park when they were younger but no longer live in the area. Now they would like to sell these two side by side burial plots in the Garden of Gethsemane. If anyone is interested please contact me at my Email address:
Mary Coontz <>
Winchester - Saturday, March 26, 2011 at 02:45:52 (CET)
"I miss you darlin' more and more every day. As heaven would miss the stars above." March 5th, 1963 is the day we lost you but you live on in our hearts and your timeless music.
Tim Poole <>
Hagerstown, MD USA - Friday, March 04, 2011 at 18:26:27 (CET)
I've been a Patsy Cline IDOL for over 25 years... I know most of her songs and have won a few contests singing her songs in karaoke... I just adore her. I have visited her grave site twice, and even though I was only 4 years old when she tragically died I feel a kinship to her. I want to get back into singing her music... It always made me feel better singing her songs because I could feel what she was going thru... And I identified with so many of them... And I'm there now... I went thru 2 surgeries in one year and am recovering... I'm not a spring chicken, but I can still belt out a good old Patsy song... I love her and the world missed a wonderful blessing to country and pop music. I pray for the family... I'm a Grandma and can just "hear" the songs she would sing to her grand babies... The world is missing an angel tonight...
Tina <>
Aspers, PA 17304 - Monday, January 24, 2011 at 03:24:24 (CET)
I am a member of Patsy Cline's fan club and have been performing Patsy's songs for 7 years. I have now been blessed to be able to have a website. It is such an honor to sing Patsy's songs and get to watch and listen to those I perform to sing along with me. She is loved so much by everyone of all ages. I use my music ability as a ministry and would like for you to view my website with the "Legacy Band". We also perform beach, rock & roll and also classic country. I also love to do gospel music. Hope you can visit me there.

Carol Glass <>
Seneca, SC US - Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 20:18:14 (CET)
Merry Christmas to all my Patsy friends!
Tim <>
Hagerstown, MD - Saturday, December 25, 2010 at 21:17:30 (CET)
Her voice has a charm hard to find in other artists and styles, she belongs to a select group of singers who inspire the human soul. I found her when I saw "Sweet Dreams" and I believe that It´s imposible to forget. Patsy Cline is someone who trascend time and distance.
Ernest Miranda <>
Monday, December 20, 2010 at 04:47:09 (CET)
On Dec.11, 2010, I had a food drive with a Tribute to Patsy Cline. We had 500 tickets and sold 480 of them and brought in enough money to buy $3,100 of food for our local food banks. We had alot of great comments concerning our program. For Instance, you had me sitting on the edge of my seat, I cried when you sang Sweet Dreams and Closer Walk With Thee and many said that they learned more about Patsy's life than any other show they had seen. We had a blast. You may go to my Facebook page and see pictures of the show. I only use this show to benefit other communities in need. Looking forward to doing it again soon. Anyone needing to do a benefit for a much needed cause may go to my Facebook and there is a phone # there for you to call. God greatly blessed our food drive and we give Him all the glory. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Carol Glass <>
Seneca, SC US - Saturday, December 18, 2010 at 21:51:42 (CET)
MERRY CHRISTMAS to the family of Patsy Cline, she is celebrating Jesus' birthday in heaven with him!!
Carrie Aubin <>
Harrisburg, Pa - Saturday, December 18, 2010 at 09:56:27 (CET)
Does anyone know if there is a recording of Patsy singing How Great Thou Art? It is one of the songs that is sung in the show "Always ... Patsy Cline" but i have not been able to find any recording of it yet. Thanks.
David Christopher <>
Norwich, NY USA - Thursday, December 16, 2010 at 14:39:46 (CET)
My father and Patsy's mother Hilda were half brother and sister. I have a verity of her original fan club books with original photos of Patsy and some of the other country stars. I'm intrested in the value of the articals?
Merle Allanson <>
Cassadaga, FL USA - Friday, December 03, 2010 at 17:48:04 (CET)
I am looking for anyone who has found the wonderful Pasty singing "Blue", not LeAnn Rimes. I am in major need of the song, I know she never had time to record it in studio but if anyone has like an old video or anything please help me out thanks soo much.
Elizabeth <>
chillicothe, MO 64601 - Sunday, November 28, 2010 at 19:52:01 (CET)
I love this facebook for Patsy. I have been singing Patsy's songs for 7 years and enjoyed going to Winchester 2010 labor day weekend. I won 1st place in the sing-a-like contest on Patsy's front porch. but the ultimate was meeting Patsy's daughter Julie and her husband Charlie and all the members of Always Patsy Cline fan club. Go to my facebook and see my events for the food drive benefit for those in my community. Pray for us as we try to raise alot of money and recv. alot of food for our food banks. There are 2,200 people going to 2 food banks and we don't have enough to go around. Doing a Patsy tribute program and having alot of other very talented people there. Love you Patsy.
Carol Glass <>
Seneca, SC USA - Saturday, November 27, 2010 at 00:13:07 (CET)
Lisa Layne, formerly of Vince Vance and the Valiants, has a wonderful Patsy Tribute CD available at her website, Lisa has done various Patsy Shows such as "A Closer Walk" and "Always PC" over the past 20 years.

As usual
Jimmy Walker <>
Thursday, November 04, 2010 at 00:13:53 (CET)
My friend Roy Terwilliger (bass) and his friend Bob Fuller (steel guitar) backed up Patsy Cline when she performed in Jackson Michigan, I believe it was right after her car accident. Can you give me any information on that performance. Thank you very much.
John Parry <>
mcbain, mi usa - Saturday, October 30, 2010 at 02:41:24 (CEST)
Mandy Barnett has a wonderful Christmas CD available exclusively at Cracker Barrell --- retail and online. She co-produced "Winter Wonderland" this summer using many musicians that Patsy used.

As usual
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY USA - Saturday, October 16, 2010 at 03:07:17 (CEST)
Mandy Barnett has a wonderful Christmas CD out, exclusively at Cracker Barrell. The stunning CD was recorded in 9 days with many musicians that worked with Patsy. If you love Standards you will love this CD. Mandy also produced it. You can order online as well as retail stores.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY USA - Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 17:32:30 (CEST)
Wonder if any of you can help, I became a fan of Patsy because my late father used to play her songs every Sunday. One song I can remember had the lyrics "I'm saddling up my pony, here I am Texas bound, now I'm not going to be lonely heading west that's me".
Can anyone help with the name of the track?
Steve <>
Luton, UK - Sunday, September 26, 2010 at 17:07:01 (CEST)
Patsy continues to influence new artists all the time. Here is a link to my 15 year old daughter singing "Walkin' After Midnight" at a local opry show. Enjoy!

Sean <>
Missouri City, TX USA - Friday, September 24, 2010 at 21:47:48 (CEST)
Still waiting for some years now for recipe for Hilda Hensley's Tapioca Tart mentioned in the "Sweet Dreams" movie. Did she ever make one? Was it an Apple Tapioca Tart or Pudding? Come on, you kind folks in Winchester. Help an ole country gal out with a recipe.
Kind regards,
Dee (Play Patsy music doing the cleaning)
Dee Roser <deeshirley46>
Brisbane, Ql Australia - Wednesday, September 22, 2010 at 05:42:02 (CEST)
Forgive me Patsy, but I did recall your bday, just a day late...

"Voice Of Forever"

Once upon a time on Earth this woman did exist
Talented gift of voice she had
But yet could be feisty with the fist

Yodel and phrase
Evoke many an emotion
To have or seen heard her live
Would of set off quite a commotion
While at the same time
Created the "Cline Craze"

Many years have gone
Since her untimely passing
But her memory and fans carry on
Her legacy everlasting

To all who have loved her music
And those brand new
We are lucky to have her songs to endevour
Always will she be known
At least to me
As the Voice of Forever...

© Jacki 2010
Canada - Thursday, September 09, 2010 at 21:42:00 (CEST)
Hello Per & all, Happy Birthday Patsy!
ReCliner Sean
Music City USA - Wednesday, September 08, 2010 at 19:18:24 (CEST)
Hello everyone.
My name is Edward, but please call me Eddie. I got my first Patsy Cline C.D. some years ago, I only got it because it was my birthday, but when I played it I could not get over how good she was. I had never heard her sing before then. I have a lot of Patsy's C.D.'s now and I still enjoy them.
God bless you Patsy, rest in peace and thank you.
Eddie <>
Tasmania, Aust. - Tuesday, September 07, 2010 at 03:30:50 (CEST)
Trying to find recording of "You don't know me", can't find it listed anywhere. Help anyone?
Terry Gallacher <>
UK - Friday, July 30, 2010 at 23:33:42 (CEST)
Hey all! It's been a long time since I have visited this site, but wanted to share with you something all you Patsy fans will love. If you go to youtube and go to seonfoxs' channel he has uploaded some cool radio transcriptions of her that I've never heard till today, and several photos I've never seen. It really perked up my day to see and hear this. Hope everyone is staying cool in this heat. Have a great day!
Wade Settle <>
Dover, TN USA - Thursday, July 22, 2010 at 19:48:12 (CEST)
Thanks a lot for the music, your personal engagement and the love we already have for you - over all the years! I'm right now in the age of 60 years, and I really enjoy the music of PATSY!!!!

Best Greetings,
Hans from Hamburg, Germany

I really enjoy the music and drop a little tear...

Hans-Joachim Rychlik <>
Hamburg, Germany - Friday, June 18, 2010 at 20:58:14 (CEST)
I have been very fortunate to have grown up in a musical family. My favorite saying about my musical tastes... "I have everything from Patsy Cline to Pink Floyd". But to top that one, I tell everyone that when my time comes, Patsy better be ready to sing to me!
David Morrill <>
Waterford, Me U.S.A. - Monday, June 07, 2010 at 22:16:21 (CEST)
I've been a big fan my entire life. I grew up in a southern home and raised by C&W fans. I saw stage performances in Denver, Colorado in the late 1990's. Just tonight, in Peoria, Illinois, I saw another performance of "Forever Patsy Cline", it was amazing. I was brought to tears. The show truly did justice to the memory of Patsy Cline.
Jeffrey Goard <>
Bishop Hill, IL USA - Saturday, June 05, 2010 at 06:06:02 (CEST)
Trudi <>
Hays, KS 67642 - Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at 21:04:41 (CEST)
The 2010 run of "Always Patsy Cline" at the Ryman has been cancelled at this time due to the Opry House being flooded. Opry performances are being held at the Ryman.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky USA - Monday, May 24, 2010 at 15:33:40 (CEST)
Hello, I'm wondering about "720 S Kent Street" in Winchester: I know that this was Patsy's mom's house, but did Patsy buy this house for her mom? Thank you.
A fan
Thursday, March 25, 2010 at 16:50:33 (CET)


Patsy Cline Memorial/Tribute Weekend
Construction of a new, more accessible walkway at the site has been completed. Plans include benches along the walk. A second walkway is planned along with a new memorial sign at the entrance recognizing all four victims of the crash. In time, the Chamber of Commerce hopes to create a new monument at the site. The Chamber's Patsy Cline Memorial Committee is considering several ideas aimed at reviving the memorial weekend in March with an eye forward to a huge 50th anniversary tuibute and memorial in March of 2013. Organizers are looking for addidional ways to recognize not only Patsy Cline, but also the other victims of the crash, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Cowboy Copas and Randy Hughes. For more information, contact the Benton County/Camden Chamber of Commerce at 877-584-8395.

Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Thursday, March 04, 2010 at 14:06:11 (CET)
I don't know if anyone has posted this information on this forum or not, but I noticed it was not in the current "News" section.

On Friday, March 5, 2010, at 8:30 a.m. there will be a dedication of improvements made to the plane crash site. A walkway friendly to wheelchairs and those not in tip top condition has been built, along with some opening of the area to allow for better sight lines to the site.

This is an early step in a larger plan to make the site more meaningful to those who knew Patsy and those who love her music, as well as a place to remember the lives of the others who perished with her.

Carey Womack <>
Camden, TN 38320 - Wednesday, March 03, 2010 at 17:32:21 (CET)
I'm trying to find out if she ever made the Album "Christmas In My Heart". I find a cover for it, but no indication of it ever being made. If so, would you have the track lists for it.
Ed <>
Tarpon Springs, FL - Saturday, February 27, 2010 at 01:00:37 (CET)
"Always... Patsy Cline" returns to the historic Ryman Auditorium in June, for a six week run, to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Patsy's induction as a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Tickets go on sale on February 20, 2010.

Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Saturday, February 20, 2010 at 04:16:15 (CET)
I love her.
Dave <>
Tuesday, February 16, 2010 at 19:55:02 (CET)
Jim Reeves former secretary recently released a book of the many celebrities she has met and her working for Jim and Mary Reeves. Titled "My memories of Jim Reeves" by Joyce Gray Jackson. The book can be found online at I believe it's at Ernest Tubbs retails stores.

The book is full of stories of many of our great singers. She talks briefly about Patsy and Charlie. The book is full of photos including her with my and Patsy's dear friends, The Armstrongs.

One of her friends gave her a pix of Patsy at the Kansas City that has never been published to my knowledge. It's one of the prettiest pictures of Patsy I have seen.

I look forward to getting this book read.

Jimmy Walker <>
USA - Saturday, January 30, 2010 at 16:17:49 (CET)
The project to name a street in Nashville for Patsy Cline has been cancelled following objections from people living in the area.

Here's a story on it, with video, from Nashville's WSMV-TV:

Sharnbrook, UK - Thursday, January 21, 2010 at 10:47:04 (CET)

She is one of Nashville's most legendary singers, one of the most acclaimed female vocalists of the 20th century. But Patsy Cline's life was cut tragically short at the young age of 30 -- at the height of her career -- in a 1963 plane crash.

Today, 47 years later, the city planning commission in Nashville has approved a proposal to name a street after the late songbird on Music Row. Nashville's Tennessean newspaper reports that the plan is to change what is now Music Square East -- between Grand Avenue and Buddy Killen Circle -- to Patsy Cline Boulevard.

On Jan. 19, an ordinance will go up before the city council -- one of three readings it will take to earn official approval.

Bernard Green
Sharnbrook, UK - Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 21:50:27 (CET)
Facebook users be aware that there is a new page dedicated to the legendary Quonset Hut recording studio where Patsy cut all of her recordings from the mid 1950's through 1963.

There are some great photos (Thanks Bill Cox!) of the studio before and after it's recent renovation including rare pictures of various artist at work, including our beloved Patsy.

If you have any photos to share--feel free!

Alan Cofer
Tennessee - Monday, January 11, 2010 at 14:58:52 (CET)
Myrtle Beach, S. USA - Sunday, January 10, 2010 at 19:19:39 (CET)
Patsy 2009 in Review

2009 was a busy year for Patsy fans.

In April, thirty plus fans traveled to Nashville from around the U.S. to see shows in the limited run 15th anniversary of the musical "Always Patsy Cline". Ted Swindley met with fans after various shows. Mandy Barnett and Tere Myers reprised their roles at the Rymany Aud. All of Patsy's Nashville based family were in attendance for the premiere.
Thanks to Bill Cox, Theresa Rado. and Mark Willix for the wonderful display they put together for the run.

Sally Struthers, from "All in the Family", co-stared in APC musical in TX.

In the fall Patsy was honored in the Music City Garden with a rose and day lily named her honor. Charlie, Julie and Michelle attended the ribbon cutting along with fans from CA and SC.

In the fall Mandy Barnett did some Patsy tribute shows in KY. She also included many classic country/pop tunes in the show. She even did some Christmas tunes in a December

Lisa Layne also did "A Patsy tribute" shows in TX and CA this year.

While no official fan club gathering was done over Labor Day in Winchester, many fans did meet up to relax and remember Patsy. Many attended Jim McCoy's tribute in WVA.

In Oct. The Handley High School renamed its theater the Patsy Cline Theater in honor of their former student and early stage for Patsy. Willie Nelson did a concert to celebrate the event. Charlie and Julie were on hand for the concert and ribbon cutting.

Roseanne Cash covered "She Got You" on her recent CD, "The List". Lorrie Morgan did a stunning version of "Leavin On Your Mind" on her classics CD, "A Moment in Time".

Thanks to for jogging my memory! And special thanks to the family!

Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky 40505 - Monday, January 04, 2010 at 00:21:27 (CET)
Could anyone tell me where I could purchase a Karaoke version of Patsy Cline song "Never No More". I sing her music as a casino and I wanted to add that to the mix... I really like it and so different. I thank you so much.
Kat <>
Florence, ky USA - Monday, October 26, 2009 at 23:51:19 (CET)
Since Geocities are closing down, I have removed all Geocities websites from my links page. If you have a Patsy Cline or country music related website that has been relocated to another web hotel, and want to be included on my links page, please send me the URL.
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Monday, October 12, 2009 at 22:02:04 (CEST)

Thank you for such a wonderful website! After many many years, this continues to be THE BEST website dedicated to Patsy Cline! I am wondering if anyone knows if Kitty Wells has given any interviews lately? I know that she and Johnny retired from touring in 2000, but I wonder if anyone knows what she is up to, or if she might consider recording another record. I know this website is dedicated to Patsy, but I figured that Patsy fans might know the answer to this one. Thanks!
Pierce Hardin <>
Sunday, October 11, 2009 at 23:13:12 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Pierce! /Per
Mandy Barnett has had her website revamped and has several new tour dates and more to come. She has worked up a great Tribute To Patsy show which also includes many other great country/pop standards. She also does "Devil in Disguise". I saw the premiere show last weekend and it was just great. She sings 'em her way.

Jimmy W
Lex, Ky 40505 - Saturday, October 03, 2009 at 00:57:31 (CEST)
I had a dear friend named Jim King, Jim's wife Anne was a telephone operator for C&P telephone co. In Winchester Va. in the 50S. Jim used to go to the VFW in Winchester to hear Patsy sing while he waited for Anne to get off work. Between sets, Patsy would sit with Jim and talk, and sometimes have a beer. When Jim told me this story, whei I would introduce Jim to a friend, I would say "shake the hand that used to have a beer with Patsy Cline".

I will always remember the morning I heard on the radio that Patsy had gotten killed, one of musics worst days ever. What a great talent that will never be duplicated.

Buck Simpson <>
Marion, Va USA - Thursday, October 01, 2009 at 21:07:08 (CEST)
Anyone planning on going to see Willie Nelson at the new Patsy Cline Theatre? Maybe we could all do dinner before?
Tim Poole <>
Hagerstown, MD - Monday, September 21, 2009 at 15:19:36 (CEST)
From the North Virginia Daily News on September 11th, 2009

Willie Nelson to perform at dedication of Handley High auditorium to Patsy Cline.

There is also a short TV news item about the dedication on this site:

Bernard Green
Sharnbrook, UK - Monday, September 14, 2009 at 18:27:59 (CEST)
Hello Per,

I just wanted to thank you for all you do for remembering our gal always... what a beautiful gift you give her not only today on her 77th but each and every day your site is available for fans around the world to enjoy.

Thanks for all you do,
CA - Wednesday, September 09, 2009 at 01:23:51 (CEST)

Although you had left us so very long ago
Your music and memory lives on legacy
But you probably already know ;)
We miss your voice and being
Your sincerity and all
Your laughter, perserverance
If only we could of seen you live right now
That would be a show worth seeing
But now the dawn and dusk has come
And you sang your last song
Celebrate in your spirit today
In our hearts you belong...

Happy Birthday dear Patsy!!!!

© Jacki 2009

CANADA - Tuesday, September 08, 2009 at 22:40:09 (CEST)
Happy 77th birthday to best damn girl singer ever! I love ya Hoss!
Tim Poole <>
Hagerstown, MD - Tuesday, September 08, 2009 at 22:27:35 (CEST)
Happy 77th b-day darling!!:)
robyn <>
Tuesday, September 08, 2009 at 18:29:03 (CEST)
Happy Birthday Patsy! A day that all of us will keep you in our thoughts.
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, Pa USA - Tuesday, September 08, 2009 at 14:22:12 (CEST)
Jimmy, that is great to hear, glad to hear you all had fun, just because there were no offical plans doesn't mean Patsy fans can't find some way to get together. that's what it's all about.
Kelly Uhrich <>
Dallas, TX - Monday, September 07, 2009 at 04:57:02 (CEST)
While no official fan club gathering was held this Labor Day weekend in Winchester, numerous fans showed up from around the USA and had a blast!
Jimmy Walker
Lexington, Ky USA - Monday, September 07, 2009 at 03:13:32 (CEST)
Happy Birthday Patsy!
Sean S. <>
Music City, TN USA - Sunday, September 06, 2009 at 22:58:47 (CEST)
I also think they are using "the economy" as a reason to not have a gathering when the real reason is less convenient to mention.

Discussions at that gathering would inevitable turn to the subject of the mis-managed museum project and the pain and loss that has caused. There would be questions asked as to why it was allowed to continue when it was clear that failure was inevitable. By allowing it to continue on the route to failure, the failure became a disaster and the pain and loss was much greater.

For some people those questions may be too embarrasing to face.

Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Thursday, September 03, 2009 at 09:18:06 (CEST)
Hi Per, I don't think this is correct after seeing posts from people that would know, like Jimmy Walker, but the Berkley Springs News is posting that Charlie will be there. Below is their newsletter post.

The longest running fun this weekend is at the Troubadour Lounge -- and it's all about Patsy Cline. It starts on Friday with Patsy Cline karaoke, then on Saturday the Country Majestics play for country dancing at 9pm and on Sunday it's the 46th annual Celebrating Patsy Cline, Johnny Triplett and Ernest Tubb beginning at 1pm. Along with the music and food, good cheer and Patsy's husband, Charlie Dick, it's the induction into the West Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame.

JT Smith <>
Waynesboro, VA USA - Tuesday, September 01, 2009 at 03:44:47 (CEST)
With all due respect, Jimmy, I think that's a bunch of crap. If they wanted to do anything for Patsy, they would. They can blame the economy all they want to, but I think it's more of a lack of desire. We all have had some struggles due to the economy. A gathering to celebrate the life of Patsy Cline would only bring happiness to most. Guess the bottom line is this... If they cannot make money off her memory, they will not celebrate her life!
Tim Poole <>
Hagerstown, MD - Saturday, August 29, 2009 at 16:21:54 (CEST)
FYI, there will be no Patsy Cline club gathering this year due to the economy. Charlie and family hope we can meet up in 2010. A small number of fans will be in town and going to Jimmy McCoy's on Sunday.

Jimmy W. 8-28-09

Jimmy Walker <patsyfan1@aol.ocm>
Lexington, Ky - Saturday, August 29, 2009 at 05:11:15 (CEST)
I was wondering if anyone knows if Randy Dick is married or has children. Last I heard he wasn't and didnt, but I was just curious if anything changed.
Harrisburg - Friday, August 28, 2009 at 06:36:06 (CEST)
Will there be a Banquet in Winchester this year? I know that it is always in September. A few years ago Mel Dick called me and invited me, I didn't get to go, and I forgot to save his number in my phone! How can I get ahold of him? I would like to talk to him and ask him some questions, I have tryed real hard to get someone to help me! What should I do?
Mark Ison <>
Brookville, In USA - Thursday, August 20, 2009 at 20:37:42 (CEST)
Saw this clip of Nicole Rasmus in Always Patsy Cline. Check it out, it's great! Go to YouTube, and Type in Always Patsy Cline Nicole Rasmus. You'll enjoy it. I promise.
Ross <>
Olyphant, Pa - Thursday, August 06, 2009 at 06:14:30 (CEST)
Just saw where CPC has a new website. They are selling bricks for $150 to help fund the renovation of the Kent St house. I'll be in Winchester this weekend and see if I can get any more info. Anyone heard if the September events are back on for this year?
Tim Poole <>
Hagerstown, MD US - Tuesday, August 04, 2009 at 14:26:40 (CEST)
NEW ZEALAND - Saturday, July 11, 2009 at 12:12:58 (CEST)
Time for another poem...

"The Voice"

Like a rose so sacred and perfect
Yet vulnerable and wild sweet
Angelic tones vibrating
To be lucky to have seen her live
Would of been a treat

Her legacy lives on
Unique forever true
Her music is a rainbow of Heaven
Colours vibrant and alive
Timeless and harmonic
She conveyed the song
However meant for you

When you get right down to it
There's absolutely no choice
Hands down for Patsy
And the Legend of The Voice...

© Jacki 2009

CANADA- EH ?! - Thursday, June 25, 2009 at 21:20:34 (CEST)
Hi Y'all... Another Patsy poem for all:

"The Voice"

With a such bloom in her throat
It is a Singer's Rose
For whatever song she would sing
It was melodically hers to compose

Quite unique and Gospel like too
Well throw in some Jazz, Pop
All for you

Though she has been silent
Four decades and nearly a score
Her Legacy of her voice
Lives on forever more

When feeling kinda moody
Perhaps a tinge sad
Maybe kind of spiritual
Happy and festive

Just put on her music
And it comes to life
Touches your soul
Says a story
whether you're a husband or wife
Or alone
She defines the tone

Many a song
So much choice
There will never be another
Maybe close
Ah to listen
The one
The only
The Voice...

© Jacki H. 2009

Jacki H.
CANADA - Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at 23:21:34 (CEST)
Sherrill Douglas to Star in Patsy Cline Musical Tribute at Tulsa Little Theater.
Click here to read the press release, and click here to see the flyer (MS Word)!
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Monday, June 22, 2009 at 19:49:56 (CEST)

ALWAYS PATSY CLINE at the Casa Manana Theater in Ft Worth last week was amazing with North Texas' own singer/actress Julie Johnson (Patsy Cline) and Sally Struthers(Louise Seger). Got to meet both these wonderful women after the show. Charlie Dick was also in town during the weekend. Was great visiting him as always. Hope all is well in the Patsyworld.
Kelly Uhrich <>
Dallas, TX USA - Thursday, June 11, 2009 at 21:03:36 (CEST)
Happy 13th anniversary on a wonderful site... I know it's this month, I figured I'd post before I forgot!! :) Take Care
Robyn <>
Syracuse, NY - Thursday, June 11, 2009 at 16:02:11 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Robyn! /Per
Folks, I am new at trying to collect on Patsy, need help from all the fans. I am finding it very hard just to get someone to answer an email. I am 77 years old, I am looking for photos of Patsy showing her from the top of her head to the bottom of her feet. I would like to have the photo of her in the outfit that opera would not let her wear, they said it was too sexy. I am most willing to pay for any Patsy item. Thanks, Bill 1 804 231 0207. Please feel free to call collect.
Bill Lane <commercialcaulking @verizon net>
Richmond, va 23224 - Wednesday, June 10, 2009 at 19:10:58 (CEST)
I have tried every picture you offer, none of them will come up.
Bill Lane <commercialcaulking@verizon net>
Monday, June 08, 2009 at 14:02:22 (CEST)
Comment: Most of the pictures at this site are copy protected. /Per
Would like to purchase from start to finish a copy of a live performance of Patsy at Cimmarro Ballroom. Please feel free to call me collect on any Patsy item. Thanks, Bill Lane 1 804 231 0207
Bill Lane <commercialcaulking@verizon net>
Richmond, va 23224 - Saturday, June 06, 2009 at 22:56:01 (CEST)
I like to contact Guy Cesario, can someone tell me how? Please call collect. Thanks, Bill 1 804 231 0207.
Bill Lane <commercialcaulding@verizon net>
Richmond, va 23224 - Thursday, June 04, 2009 at 22:38:23 (CEST)
In every form of entertainment there got to be one best... Sometimes there is an argument, a question on who really is the best, but when it comes to the female singers there is complete agrement everwhere, there is only one best. Her recording, her personal apperence, her tv shows, all go to prove it, she is beyond dought the best of the best, that will always be Patsy Cline. Thanks, Bill
Bill Lane <commercialcaulking@verizon net>
Richmond, va 23224 - Thursday, June 04, 2009 at 19:36:17 (CEST)
"Always... Patsy Cline" musical is playing at the Casa Manana Theatre in Ft Worth, TX June 2-7 for those who may be in that area. You can purchase tickets through Ticketmaster or call 817-332-2272. It's starring Sally Struthers and I have heard good reviews on her performance. I will be displaying a small part of my collection on certain days. Sorry for the late announcment :)
Kelly Uhrich <>
Dallas, TX - Tuesday, June 02, 2009 at 19:01:02 (CEST)
Was wondering if the black coat that was stolen from Patsy has ever been seen again?
Bill Lane <commercialcaulking@verizon.netrichmond>
Richmond, Va 23224 - Saturday, May 30, 2009 at 18:42:34 (CEST)
If anyone has a record or tape or anything where Patsy is yodeling, I would like to have a copy. Also I would like to join Patsy's fan club. Can you tell me how? Also would like to know how to get in touch with Mrs. Flood. Thanks, Bill 1.804.231.0207
Bill Lane <commercialcaulking@verizon.netrichmond>
Richmond, Va 23224 - Saturday, May 30, 2009 at 17:30:49 (CEST)
I am going to be playing Patsy in "A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline" starting next week. I grew up listening to her music and have been compared to her on occasion. To learn her music in the intimate fashion that theatre requires has been such an honor... and a very humbling experience. She was one in a million and I hope and pray that she is looking down from heaven with a smile on her face...
Julie Kaiser <>
Solway, MN USA - Wednesday, May 27, 2009 at 01:28:58 (CEST)
Hello, this may be irrelivant for this forum, but since this website is dedicated to the fans...

A friend of mine has in her possesion an original concert poster, form the last venue Patsy Cline ever played. I believe the date was May 3rd, and it has all the other musicians names on it that were traveling with her. This is an authentic poster, in very good condition in plastic that has been in my friends possesion for a long time. She does not have a computer so I told her I'd look around. If anyone is interested in purchasing it, or know someone who might be, please send me an e-mail.

Thank you,

Jamie Duval-Register <>
Clermont, FL USA - Friday, May 22, 2009 at 05:04:01 (CEST)
I was 15 yrs old when they came out with the movie about Patsy. Just listening to her sing, especially her final songs, always gave chills down my spine, because of her voice. Since then I have become a fan, and am alway playing Patsy's songs, especially when I am going thru a rough time in my life.
I know that Patsy and her mom, Hilda, are together now in Heaven. But what about Charlie, Julie, and Randy, and the rest of Patsy's family? Where are they all now, if they are still alive, and is there any way that there is a chance that one could write to them?
Thank You for making such a wonderful site! I love all the News, Pictures, Places, Stories, Sessions, etc.

Jeanine Stennett <>
Chariton, IA United States - Sunday, May 17, 2009 at 11:19:29 (CEST)
Comment: You can write to Julie and/or Charlie at /Per
Anyone that is interested in attending a Always Patsy Cline show at the Ryman can get a discount code to save $5.00 off tix at Mandy's website. Go to and click on the icon to fill a out form to receive the code. May 23, 2009 is the last day of the show.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY 40505 - Wednesday, May 13, 2009 at 17:04:51 (CEST)
Many thanks to the Recliner club and Sean, plus all my "Patsy Puppies" who voted for me and qualified me to win the award for 2009.
Thank you all so much. It is sure a surprise and an honour.I will treasure it forever.
"Ms. Annie"
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph, Canada - Saturday, May 09, 2009 at 17:10:30 (CEST)
There is some confusion about the future plans for the Winchester Patsy Cline musuem.

In the absence of up to date information on the museum website it is necessary to assume the information from other sources is accurate.

The official museum website makes no mention of any change of plans and suggests the museum will be opened in down town Winchester. It should be noticed that the web site has not changed since March 2008.

In December 2008 newspapers in Winchester mentioned plans by CPC to open a museum in the house at 608 S Kent St.

The newspapers in Winchester are now reporting some progress in the application to the City authorities by the museum group for permission to open a museum in the house at 608 S Kent St.

It is also in the newpapers that the building that CPC had planned to use (134 N Loudoun St) is now leased to the Impact Christian Center. (This has been confirmed by people who have seen the building since).

Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Saturday, May 09, 2009 at 09:41:00 (CEST)
You hear the voice and it is unmistakably Patsy Cline, the deep-throated country diva who changed the tone of the genre in her day.

That voice will offer a rich tone for Ballet Idaho's dancers in "Sweet Dreams", a new ballet by Ballet Idaho artistic director Peter Anastos to be featured next weekend in the company's season-ending concert, "A Spring Collage of Classics."

When Anastos began thinking about this piece, he actually started with guitar concerti of Antonio Vivaldi, most known for his violin concerto "The Four Seasons". Then he decided to relate it to American guitar. That meant country and western - and for him that meant Patsy Cline.

"It's like they're talking to each other over 200 years," he said.

The piece is titled "Sweet Dreams," after one of Cline's biggest hits, which was released after her tragic death in a plane crash in 1963.

It is a series of duets that explore facets of romantic relationships. Using these seemingly disparate musical styles adds a tension and a timelessness to the piece, Anastos said.

He juxtaposes some of Cline's best-known - and some not-so-familiar - songs with Vivaldi's concerti that were originally composed for lute and mandolin. Now they are mostly played on guitar.

The result is seamless, he said, because of what connects them - melody, rhythm and "toe-tappin'," Anastos said.

"The Vivaldi concerti are actually catchy tunes. I can imagine people back in the 18th century listening to these and tapping their toes," he said.

The mix turned a somewhat typical ballet into something more, Anastos said.

"Adding Patsy Cline put it over the top. With her deep, rare, romantic voice she makes it sweet, fun and lively, everything a good ballet needs," he said.

The ballet is fun and playful at times, soft and dreamy at others. And expect a dose of humor, which is becoming Anastos' trademark.

This is the fourth and final concert for this Ballet Idaho, which is a reformed classical company that started in September 2008.

Most of what they've done this season is in the neo-classical style. The work in this concert leans more toward the contemporary side.

"This is the most contemporary work we've done so far," he said. For a new company of talented young classical dancers, it's a good challenge.

The rest of the program rounds out with ballet master Alex Ossadnik's staging of Igor Stravinsky's powerful 20th century masterpiece "Rite of Spring" and Anastos' elegant classical ballet to Maurice Ravel's jazz-inspired Piano Concerto in G Major.

Bernard Green <>
Bedfordshire , UK - Sunday, April 26, 2009 at 09:17:24 (CEST)
The song by Tommy Dee is called "Missing On A Mountain," and was recorded with Bonnie Owens. It pays tribute to Patsy, Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins, and was released on the Pike Records label in 1963.

In the early '80's, a reworked version paying tribute to Patsy only was recorded by the duo Hart & Flowers, and was also released on the Pike label.

My copy of the Tommy Dee/Bonnie Owens record is currently on display as part of the Patsy Cline Exhibit at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, in conjunction with the staging of "Always... Patsy Cline" starring Mandy Barnett & Tere Meyers.

Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Thursday, April 23, 2009 at 03:40:57 (CEST)
I am 43 and I grew up listening to country music.
I love all The Ladies of Country, but there is NOT a BETTER voice that I have ever heard than Patsy's. She just sends cold chills all over your body when you hear her voice. My Father-in-law knew her when she was playing at the local clubs like The Rainbow Club and the Brunswik Moose Club. He is from Brunswick, MD. and he use to play there with his band and his father's band. He says she was always the best person to be around, she made everyone feel so good. I believe God took her because he wanted her beautiful voice up there singing with the angels. There is none like her voice and never will be.
Lucy Free <>
Frederick, MD USA - Thursday, April 23, 2009 at 02:41:06 (CEST)
I am trying to locate sheet music for the song "Dear God" that Patsy recored in 1958. It was written by V.F. Stewart. We would like to sing it in church while our piano plays the music. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you and May God Bless!
Tom Simpson <>
Marlin, Tx USA - Tuesday, April 21, 2009 at 16:49:46 (CEST)
I am looking for a song recorded shortly after the plane crash about that crash. Tommy Bee who wrote "Three Stars" about the Buddy Holly crash may have written it, but I am not certain. This question has stumped some of the best country music trivia buffs plus Charlie Dick (who suggested Tommy Bee) and I hope you can help. Thanks.
Philip Lyon <>
Nashville, Tn USA - Sunday, April 19, 2009 at 14:29:52 (CEST)
Comment: "Three Stars" was written by Johnny Dee and Tommy Dee (not "Bee"). /Per
I love all of her songs. They bring me great joy. My mother always listened to these songs when we were little, and now I do the same. My children know these songs. My mother has since passed away, and when I am upset and missing my mother I put on the cassette tape of Patsy and listen to it.
Amanda <>
Ravenna, OH United States - Wednesday, April 15, 2009 at 18:07:34 (CEST)
I enjoy the music of Patsy Cline, her voice, her life... I loved the movie "Sweet Dreams". My mom and I love her voice... We sing along to the songs and we are trying to get my nieces to sing along with the music...

LOL when I am alone driving anywhere I listen to her CD, turn up the music and sing as aloud as I can.

I enjoy the music she did with Loretta Lynn.

Carole Lynn White Bull <>
Fort Yates, ND USA - Monday, April 13, 2009 at 22:03:47 (CEST)
Comment: I'm not sure what you mean? Patsy never made any recordings with Loretta. /Per
Patsy Cline by far was one of THEE greatest female country singers of All time. She is a one of a kind and I am thankful that God put such a beautiful voice here for the time that he did.

Please, please, take a listen to this... it's my way of saying thank you to Patsy for the pretty music. I give tribute, I'm not a look a like, but the sound is pretty I promise.

Thanks :c)

Ever Sincerely,

A Very Happy and Blessed Easter to you all.

Christine <>
Warren, Mi 48088 - Sunday, April 12, 2009 at 04:49:29 (CEST)
My step dad's uncle Larry was Patsy's fifth cousin. He said she was a sweet lady.
I like her music. I'll be 50 in oct.
Renederoche <>
Grandblanc, USA - Wednesday, April 08, 2009 at 23:46:39 (CEST)
The building at 134 N Loudoun St has been leased by CPC to a church organistion.

The Impact Christian Center
"Impacting The World With The Gospel Of Jesus Christ,
One Family at a Time "

CPC are now considering creating a museum in the building at 608 S Kent St.

The Internal Revenue Sevice Formm 990 filed by CPC for 2007 shows expenditure exceeded income by $86,721
(this tax return document is open to public examination)

Bernard Green <>
Monday, April 06, 2009 at 10:14:07 (CEST)
Was in Winchester yesterday. Of course I stopped by to see Patsy. Drove by the house on Kent St and went to check the progress on CPC. Nothing was there. All signage had been removed and there was something else in its place. Heard that CPC is trying to get the city of Winchester to rezone Kent St so they can use the house as a museaum. Should've tried that years ago in my opinion.Don't cha think its time to get the ball rolling and honor Patsy as she should? Lesser known stars have great places, but there's no one place to honor the Queen of country music in her own hometown, other than her gravesite. Winchester should be ashamed.
Tim Poole <>
Hagerstown, MD US - Wednesday, April 01, 2009 at 14:26:59 (CEST)
Grove City, OH - Monday, March 30, 2009 at 00:34:12 (CEST)
In 1999, a great CD came out called Patsy Cline Duets, volume 1. Are there any plans to release a volume 2? I would appreciate if anyone knows to post an answer here or email me. Thanks!
Pierce Harding <>
Barrow, AK - Saturday, March 07, 2009 at 20:20:23 (CET)
We miss you and still love you. 46 yrs ago you left us. We know you singing with the Angels.
Shaun McClure <>
Lebanon, US - Friday, March 06, 2009 at 07:56:35 (CET)
God Bless the souls of Patsy Cline, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Cowboy Copas, and Randy Hughes. It is hard to believe that it was 46 years ago today that they left us. I'm sure there is beautiful music in heaven!
Pierce Harding <>
Barrow, AK USA - Friday, March 06, 2009 at 01:02:35 (CET)
Today is the day we lost our Patsy 46 years ago. I'm still crazy about her even though I was not even born when she died. No other voice can make me stop what I'm doing and just listen. And after all this time, I still hear new things in her voice. I know she's up there singing with the Angel band and keeping everyone laughing. I am thankful I found her music as it as made me a better person and helped me in both good times and bad. I will always love Patsy Cline.
Tim Poole <>
Hagerstown, MD US - Thursday, March 05, 2009 at 15:05:12 (CET)
Patsy, I just wanted to say after all these years your music still means the same to me. Today is not a great day in your life's history. Your music has touched so many lives and brought so many people together.Thank you Patsy Cline for your timeless music and memory. Today I will keep you in my thoughts.
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, Pa U.S. - Thursday, March 05, 2009 at 14:27:03 (CET)
Well Per... Thanks for your reply to my post, I didn't have your email to reply to you so this will do here...

Also, it's soon approaching... the date we honour Patsy... and it will be, hard to believe > almost getting near the 50 yr mark, not quite, but close...

And so I give you for to commemorate this year's memory...









© Jacki ~2009

CANADA - eh!? - Thursday, February 26, 2009 at 22:26:57 (CET)
Hi Per... I'm still lovin Patsy's music, writing poetry...

Just wondering if you or anyone else has heard from or know the current whereabouts of Erica Dawn? I last heard from her a couple of yrs ago...she was in a band (not country)...

Canada- eh?! - Monday, February 23, 2009 at 18:27:28 (CET)
Comment: Hi Jacki! It would be great to get some kind of life sign from Erica Dawn, but alas, I haven't heard from her in years... I would love to hear what she sounds like nowadays, and what she looks like, as well... Erica, if you see this, get in touch! /Per
I found in my mother's belongings a signature by Patsy Cline, 3 Carter sisters, and others I guess to be on tour together. Does anyone collect this type of thing and if so, how do I contact them? Any reply would be helpful. Thanks in advance.
Melidy Calhoon <>
Lake Charles, La USA - Monday, February 23, 2009 at 02:19:27 (CET)
Patsy was the Best. When I was a child I prayed every night that I can be like her, she was such a wonderful person. What a woman!!!
Letitia <>
South Africa - Friday, February 13, 2009 at 12:09:19 (CET)
I have been a Patsy Cline fan since I can remember. My Daddy taught me how to dance while listening to Patsy sing. I have even sung some of her songs.
Cortney Mark <>
De Soto, Ia United States - Tuesday, February 10, 2009 at 19:39:42 (CET)
On 1-23-61 Patsy met and befriended Anne Armstrong in Ont, Canada. She is still a member of Patsy's fan club and spreading the word about her friend Patsy. Many Congratulations, "Dear Anne and All..."

Always Jimmy 1-23-2009

Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington , ky 40505 - Saturday, January 24, 2009 at 04:26:57 (CET)
Happy birthday, Randy
Robyn <>
Syracuse, NY USA - Friday, January 23, 2009 at 02:42:12 (CET)
I have absolutely been a fan of Patsy Cline for many, many years. I perform her music and get rave reviews with each performance. Here is my quest... Can anyone assist me in being able to obtain an email address for Patsy's daughter Julie as I have something to share with her and am unable to do so! Any help from anyone would be so greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Jodilyn <>
Jeannette, PA USA - Tuesday, January 20, 2009 at 15:28:23 (CET)
Comment: The e-mail address to Julie is /Per
No one can even match Patsy's voice. She had a voice and a style all of her own. I love singing her songs at Karaoke, especially "Crazy" - just a beautiful song.
Vicki Cavallaro <>
Tennant Creek, NT Australia - Monday, January 19, 2009 at 02:45:42 (CET)
Happy newyear to all of you Patsy fans.
Jesper Kirkhoff Sibbesen <>
Nykobing Sj, Denmark - Sunday, January 18, 2009 at 15:50:50 (CET)
(I lived in Winchester about 15 years, then Brunswick area, before I came here.)

Sometimes when I go out singing, I run into a woman claiming to be Patsy's daughter. This one is Maryria (s). People run to me and say Oh I met Patsy's daughter. She sings like her, and says a lot of crap... Like she has her red dress that she wore in her last concert... WRONG. Her last pics show a white one... She said she has a lot of Patsy's clothes. And Charlie blew any money they had so she didn't get any of it at all. She has like 9 kids... She has all kinds of pictures including one she says is Patsy in an ivory casket... WRONG AGAIN... Oh I get so mad!!

I met a woman once who said she was Patsy's daughter and she tried to sing and sounded terrible. I stopped her and acted interested.. Oh how nice! What is your was something KLINE according to her driver's license I made her produce which said she was born in 1966!! WRONG...

She said Oh I am from the wrong side of the tracks so they don't acknowledge me... I told her Patsy didn't have any children after she died!!

She left in a huff when I told her what year Patsy died. Darn, at least check stuff out before you make claims like that...

In the years since I started singing Patsy songs, I have met so many men who say they dated her or a relative did... Had children with her, was her neighbor (now that neighbor part is a possibility in these areas). People like to make brags to look big.

I could say I slept with Elvis... but I only dreamed that LOL...

I know enough that I can confront them. They never know her real name, they were born after she died, etc... They must not read or have a computer. I love challenging them! Usually they leave immediately.

I am on them, Julie!!

If people really want to talk to folks who knew Patsy, or related to her, or have a Mom or someone who knew her, they need to tap into the resources in these Senior Apartments. There are two here who say they knew her and they are in the bars and any meeting places. I know some have already done that. Time is wasting on getting first-hand accounts as this generation moves on out to the beyond to be reunited with her. There are many stories that are true I am sure and many pictures in homes,a few hats, other momentos that can still be gleaned.

Linda Cunningham/Flaglady <>
Martinsburg, WV, US - Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 22:55:00 (CET)
Carlo Imperial <>
Ligao City, AL Philippines - Friday, January 02, 2009 at 16:13:09 (CET)
Hi all, I live in Martinsburg, West Virginia, where they made the movie "Sweet Dreams". I even no they people that they let them use the house in both places. I did see them making the movie, it was halloween night, I was young but I do recall it. My sister got the girl that played Patsy's picture, and she signed it. My mom said we are her relatives, I do not now, can someone find out for me if we are. I have family last name Cole the use to live by here in Winchester VA they say we are. Thanks.
Woodrow Myers <>
Martinsburg, WV USA - Tuesday, December 30, 2008 at 18:06:21 (CET)
Comment: Do you mean if you are related to Patsy Cline or to Jessica Lange? /Per
Hello all,
I was wondering if anyone has a copy of the picture of Patsy in the 1950's doing an ad for Coca-Cola? If I'm remembering right she was wearing a hat and holding a bottle of Coca-Cola in front of a Coke truck, it's black and white and she was grinning from ear to ear! Ha! I'd love to have a copy, can anyone help me out? Thanks a lot and have a Merry CHRISTmas and a Happy New Year!
Troyce Hendricks <>
Minden, LA USA - Wednesday, December 24, 2008 at 03:49:45 (CET)
Hope everyone in the Patsyworld have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Kelly Uhrich <>
Dallas, TX - Tuesday, December 23, 2008 at 04:07:22 (CET)
Happy holidays, Patsy fans, and a happy 2009 to everyone!!
Robyn <>
Syracuse, NY - Sunday, December 21, 2008 at 18:28:41 (CET)
Hi All... Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a great happy new Year 2009 :)
Canada - Wednesday, December 17, 2008 at 01:58:49 (CET) house _article.html

Winchester — Patsy Cline fans may soon have the opportunity to visit the home where the legendary singer lived with her family from 1948 to 1953.

The owner of the house, Celebrating Patsy Cline Inc., asked the Winchester Planning Commission Tuesday to initiate a change to the city’s Zoning Ordinance that would allow museums in the HR-1 District, where the house is located.

The district is the only residential area in the city that doesn’t allow museums by-right or with a conditional-use permit. The latter allows a property to be used in a manner not allowed by-right in a particular zoning district.

"We have always had plans to open her house at 608 S. Kent St.," said Judy Sue Huyett-Kempf of Berryville, president of CPC. "Now that it is vacant [the home had been rented], we feel it is the time to begin the process of getting the house open."

A museum couldn’t be considered at Cline’s former house without the amendment, city planners said.

Generally, a private entity will sponsor an ordinance change in order to accommodate a certain project. However, the Planning Commission agreed to publicly sponsor this legislation.

If the amendment is adopted, the Cline organization would still have to apply to the city government for a conditional-use permit before opening the museum.

Part of the vision of the organization, which also plans a museum on the Loudoun Street Mall, is to honor the locally born singer who died in a 1963 plane crash in Tennessee.

Accompanying Huyett-Kempf to Tuesday’s commission meeting was CPC board member Scott Andres of Clarke County.

"The timing is right," Andres said. "We have a lot issues to deal with, including accessibility. We want to make the house as accessible to as many people as possible."

The two-story structure contains about 1,700 square feet of space, with three bedrooms, Huyett-Kempf said.

"We are just starting the process," she said. "It will take months to open the house to the public, and we have many steps to complete."

Patsy moved to the home in 1948 with her mother, sister, and brother, Huyett-Kempf said. "She lived there off and on until 1957, when she married Charlie Dick."

The house was the starting point of her stardom, a vital step in how her career was formed, Huyett-Kempf said. "It was from this house that her career blossomed with many performances as a teenager, singing in Winchester and surrounding areas, the Arthur Godfrey show, going to Nashville, and many other events and places."

Cline’s former husband remembers it well.

"I first met her when she lived there," Charlie Dick said during a phone interview Tuesday from Tennessee. "I spent half my time over there when we were dating."

He recalls how Patsy’s mother Hilda Hensley did a lot of work to the interior of the house, moving walls and painting.

"Hilda would tackle anything," Dick said, "and Patsy would go along — she’d get in the middle of it."

Dick said he is very supportive of opening the house to the public. Living in Nashville, he realizes how much fans want to see celebrities’ homes. Some still ride by the Tennessee house where Dick lived with Patsy.

"I know people want to see it," he said. "I’d like for Winchester to have something for people to see when they visit."

The Cline house is listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places.

Celebrating Patsy Cline wants to use the structure to help tell the singer’s story, Huyett-Kempf said.

"From this house, fans can follow the path left by this famous icon in country music."

Wednesday, December 10, 2008 at 09:53:42 (CET)
Hello, I would like invite you to come have fun with me at a really fun site I found called SingSnap. I can be found at SingSnap under the name of 1ChristineAnne1. Come find me please and let me know what you think of my recordings and take on the songs. Hope to see and hear from you real soon!!!

Ever Sincerely,
Christine DeClaire

P.S. I'm SURE you Patsy fans WILL be able to tell the difference and KNOW I'm not faking it and that it's NOT a recording!!!!!!! I sang with a band to proove it as well but I STILL have people claiming that I'm faking it! It is a compliment but a bit frustrating as well cause I am putting my whole heart in it but am getting no credit. lol what are ya gonna do. Kind of like the Christmas dance I went to. I am kinda cheap, I rolled and fixed my own hair half up and half down and was asked at the table what part of the hair was mine and what part wasnt cause the woman at the table with me thought my hair was a store bought clip on. lol No, my hair as well as the voice is not a fake and ....

IF YOU'D LIKE, you can make a request to me whether in a message or a comment on my page and ask me to sing a song Patsy Cline NEVER did and if I know it I will attempt to give it her very special and unique style. She was a one in a million and no one could ever duplicate her though it sure is a hell of a lot of fun to Try at least to capture SOME of that beauty in song!!!! God Bless her heart.

If you took the time to read all this, thanks!

Christine <>
Warren, Mi - Wednesday, December 10, 2008 at 04:47:35 (CET)
According to The Ryman and WSM Mandy Barnett and Tere Myers reprise their roles in "Always Patsy Cline" at the Ryman Aud. The show starts April 15, 2009 and runs through May. Check the Ryman (link below) for more details.
Jimmy W <>
Lex - Tuesday, December 09, 2008 at 04:32:37 (CET)
Patsyfan, I checked with Greg Hall at Hallway Production, the 3 songs you mention were never put on "Sweet Dreams Still", nor intended to be. Maybe you saw a misprint on something. The Canadian and US release are the same material.

"Rebeun and Hog Tied" are not available for commercial sale but you can find them from various video collectors that sell or trade. I see them on Ebay.
"Winter Wonderland" has never been available for commercial sale, nor have I seen it from any type of dealer.

Feel free to contact me via email if I can help anymore.

Merry Christmas Everyone.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lex, Ky USA - Tuesday, December 09, 2008 at 04:30:13 (CET)
Still looking for the recipe for Hilda Hensleys tapioca pie.
Help me please.
Kind regards,
Dee Roser <deeshirley46>
Brisbane, Australia - Monday, December 01, 2008 at 11:58:04 (CET)

I bought "Sweet Dreams Still" in canada when it came out 3 years ago. However, "Walking in a Winter Wonderland", "Hog-Tied Over You" and "Rueben, Rueben" aren't on it. I understand that these are supposed to be on the "Sweet Dreams Still" DVD. If I'm wrong, then where are these performances available? Thanks.
Patsy Fan
Friday, November 28, 2008 at 19:33:01 (CET)
Happy Thanksgiving, Patsy fans!
Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY - Friday, November 28, 2008 at 01:32:22 (CET)
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph Ontario, Canada - Thursday, November 27, 2008 at 22:59:32 (CET)
"Patsy's voice would be more accurate on CD than Vinyl"

This is a very vexed subject...

The highest frequency that can be recorded on a CD is much higher than that which can be recorded on a vinyl record. On vinyl the top frequency is limited by the mechanics. The higher the frequency then the higher the required acceleration back and forth of the needle to follow the groove. Higher accelerations require higher forces on the needle from the walls of the groove in the vinyl. This force is limited by the strength of the wall of the groove.

There is no such mechanical limit on CDs, so CDs can record and play much higher frequencies.

Does a CD give a more accurate reproduction of the singer's voice?

Yes... But only if the master tape has the accurate recording. Many masters were recorded with the intention of being used for vinyl and the higher frequencies are often missing (or reduced) on the master tapes.

Careful processing of the master tape can increase the "volume" of the high frequencies to be the same as went into the microphone so a CD can produce a more accurate reproduction of the sound captured by the microphone in the studio.

But the microphone is not a human ear and the studio is not the same as a concert hall so the sound the microphone captures may not be the same as a person would hear in the studio.

And then there are the "whizz kids" between master tape and CD who modify the sound to how they feel it should sound. Some of these increase the high frequencies more than they should to exploit the full potential of the CD and the "crispy" sounds it can record.

Vinyl, in my opinion, has a softer, less crispy sound that one hears in a concert. That to me is more accurate and more pleasant to hear than an over crisped CD recording.

Bernard Green
Sharnbrook, UK - Thursday, November 27, 2008 at 22:38:32 (CET)
Thanks for putting together this site; my mother was a huge Patsy Cline fan and we listened to her all the time growing up. My mother has since passed away (3 years ago 09/11/05) and listening to the Patsy cline brings alot of wonderful memories to Christmas Eve. I just ran across some old Christmas songs she sang that I never heard... We will be playing her music Christmas Eve. Thanks all!
Mary Hayes <>
Inver Grove Hts, MN 55076 - Tuesday, November 25, 2008 at 02:22:28 (CET)
Patsy's voice would be more accurate on CD than Vinyl.

Reason is because CD players don't change pitch based on speed. Record players and tape players, depending on how they are set up, can change the pitch and speed of someone's voice. I'll give you an example. I listen to Patsy on both CD and Reel to Reel tape made from CDs. The reel sounds the same as the cd because the recorder is tuned properly, etc. As equipment ages things loosen up like belts, pinch rollers etc. So in my case the sound is the same. The reel tape just gives a warmer analog sound which I like. There are other reasons, I'm sure, but this example makes sense.

If you have a record player that has a pitch dial try setting it a little higher to compensate for the speed.

Play a Patsy CD and an LP at the same time to compare.
Good luck!! :)

Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, Pa The States - Friday, November 21, 2008 at 23:34:45 (CET)
Patsy Cline is not only a Legend in my family,she is like a didtant relative/// my dad was her best friend... He use to tell stories of him and her... He is mentioned in the movie as Luke, although that is not his real name, she just use to call him that. He use to ramble on about helping her pick out "that" car... Christmas time is big on Patsy in my home, her voice brings back memories of a White Christmas... My mother was very fond of her also..... Her memory will always live on in our home...
Violet Houseworth <>
Ina, Il 62846 - Monday, November 17, 2008 at 16:10:07 (CET)

I have Patsy both in analog and digital, and have noticed something curious: In my analog recordings -- on cassette and vinyl -- Patsy's voice and the music itself are higher in pitch than on CD, and the speed of the songs is slightly faster than on CD also. Which is closer to Patsy's original voice?

Patsy Fan
Sunday, November 16, 2008 at 00:27:44 (CET)
Hey Guys. Just relocated from Chicago to MD. I'll be 45 min. from Winchester. I can sorta be the eyes and ears for the group! I'm going down Thursday to see what's going on. Probably not much. Anyone hear anything good or positive?
Tim Poole <>
Hagerstown, MD USA - Wednesday, November 12, 2008 at 02:03:23 (CET)
Hi Madeline, I was also on that visit with Mr Jimmy Walker a couple of weeks ago. Yes, they are busy folks and good people as well. You can always count on Jimmy for info and a great guy as well. Take care and hope all is well in Houston.
Kelly Uhrich <>
Carrollton, TX - Friday, November 07, 2008 at 04:38:22 (CET)
Madeline, I saw Charlie and Julie a few weeks ago and everyone is fine. Julie is having her kitchen remodeled and busy with her grand kids. Charlie's son with Jamie Ryan has relocated back to Nashville and everyone is busy helping them get settled in.

Jimmy W. <>
Lexington, Ky - Monday, November 03, 2008 at 15:38:38 (CET)
I was wondering how Charlie and the two kids are doing. I played Patsy Cline at my wedding reception. Love her music.

Madeline M. Murdoch <>
Houston, Texas, USA - Tuesday, October 28, 2008 at 21:28:54 (CET)
If I could only listen to one singer for the rest of my life ... if after my passing, there could only be one artist's voice I could hear day after day for the rest of eternity, it would most certainly be Patsy Cline. God Bless you Patsy Cline and your family too.
P.S. I've adopted you as my Aunt Patsy, ok? So when I get Home; hopefully many years from now, I hope you're there to greet me at the gate. Love you.
Christine <>
Warren, Mi 48088 - Monday, October 27, 2008 at 16:08:29 (CET)
Hello, I was wondering who one would contact in order to get approval from the Patsy Cline Estate? ... Thank you!

Ever Sincerely,
Christine <>
Warren, Mi 48088 - Monday, October 27, 2008 at 16:04:31 (CET)
Comment: Contact Patsy's daughter Julie at /Per

I've been listening to Patsy for years and years now, and will never stop! But a question is still gnawing at me. In "Foolin' Around", what is the mysterious word that the backup singers keep repeating? To me it sounds like "break" or "wake" or "hey". I just cannot make it out. Anyway, if someone knows, please reply to this post. thanks, and a big "thank you" to Per for this wonderful site!

Patsy Fan
Monday, October 20, 2008 at 19:19:41 (CEST)
LIKE MILLIONS of other people around the world I have always been a FAN of PATSY CLINE'S, SHE was ONE of the GREATEST KIND of PERSON in every way, a beautiful human being whose VOICE will live forever. HER INCREDIBLE VOICE will always be TIMELESS, so will MY love for her... GOD BLESS YOU, PATSY.
Bryan <>
Boulder, CO USA - Sunday, October 12, 2008 at 13:10:11 (CEST)
Hi Per and all the Patsy fans, we are always looking for new pictures of Patsy and new CD's with different versions of the songs "THE CLINE" sang. I am an older man not much into CD's because I grew up with records and I feel as though I've been living under a rock. My question is for the serios Patsy Cline collectors. Can anyone give me a list of must have CD's with new pictures of Patsy, or unusual CD booklets, and other versions of her songs? Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Bob
Bob Moody <>
Dallas Texas, U.S.A. - Tuesday, September 23, 2008 at 04:22:02 (CEST),4078,28886,quote=1

Hunters Lodge was located at the intersection of West Ox Road and Route 29 before the time of all the ramps/flyovers of the Parkway and West Ox Road. I would say that the actual location was about where the Sports Authority is located and the Super 29 Mover Drive-In was in the Costco parking lot.

Not far from Hunters Lodge was the Pig-n-Chik. It was on Rt. 29 near the drive in movies. what a hole that place was. My dad used to drag us there in the 70's.

I remember that Partners II was a relatively "new place" in town and I think owned by the same folks who owned Bachelors II (the disco) near Fairfax Triangle. The Green Dolphin (across the road from Toys-R-Us) was another infamous dive with live music. Actually, Hunters Lodge was an institution with Heavy Country, Danny Gatton, Roy Buchanan and others playing in its latter days. Early days included Pasty Cline, Hank Williams, Kitty Wells, and other legends. Great place-- mowed it down to put up a parking lot.

Bernard Green <>
Wednesday, September 17, 2008 at 23:16:46 (CEST)
I'm very happy to see all these websites in memory of Patsy. I'm very young, most of my friends had never heard of her. But I filled them in. I put her music on my i-pod and let everyone just listen. I feel at peace when I hear her music. My dad had me listening to her when I was just a little girl. I could never get her voice and lyrics out of my head. I look foward to the day that I get married. Patsy's music will be heard!!!!! Thank You All.
Leighann Hood <>
Nokesville, VA USA - Wednesday, September 17, 2008 at 03:09:28 (CEST)
I'm trying to find out the name of a country western bar that Patsy Cline supposedly performed at in Fairfax, VA. It was located at Ox Road and Rt. 29 and closed sometime in the late 60's early 70's. Anyone remember this place?
Michael J. Smith <>
Chantilly, VA 20151 - Tuesday, September 16, 2008 at 02:39:44 (CEST)
Happy 76th birthday, darling!! You're still the best after all these years... I love ya 'always'.

Robyn Jones <>
syracuse, ny usa - Tuesday, September 09, 2008 at 06:41:14 (CEST)
Happy Birthday, Pats!!!
Sean <>
Music City, TN USA - Tuesday, September 09, 2008 at 03:52:40 (CEST)
Happy, Happy, 76th Birthday, Patsy!! Wish you were here to celebrate with us, Hoss!!
Brandi Erin "Patsy" Rook Douglas <>
Twin Peaks, CA U.S.A. - Tuesday, September 09, 2008 at 03:21:27 (CEST)
Happy Birthday, Patsy, yes you are a music icon, but to me you will always be the Queen of Country Music, and the Original Honky Tonk Angel. Sweet Dreams.
Kelly Uhrich <>
Dallas, TX - Tuesday, September 09, 2008 at 02:33:06 (CEST)
Happy Birthday, Patsy! We love and miss you, but you will always be with us with your beautiful songs.
J T Smith <>
Waynesboro, VA USA - Monday, September 08, 2008 at 22:07:02 (CEST)
Happy Birthday, Patsy!!!!
Shane Collins <>
Williamsport, Pa U.S - Monday, September 08, 2008 at 14:25:52 (CEST)
Happy Birthday, Patsy. You are always on my mind and in my heart. It's funny....... I never met you. I fell in love with you and your music in 1980 at the age of 15 during the dying days of disco and your music still means more to me than almost anything. May the angels seranade you today and you have a big slice of angel food cake for us!
Tim Poole <>
St Charles, IL USA - Monday, September 08, 2008 at 13:23:19 (CEST)
Just back from Hagerstown, MD from visiting the in-laws. Of course I drove the 45 min. to visit Patsy. It was very quiet at the gravesite. I was the only person there. Drove down Kent St and by the open air mall where the museum will be. Nice graphics on the windows and a letter requesting people that knew Patsy to donate there memories. My partner and I are moving to Hagerstown from the Chicago area next spring so I'll be very close to the action and can keep everyone posted about whats going on! I did buy a copy of a tribute cd in Winchester. It was released in 1985. It's a one song cd. It was a touching tribute to our lady.
Tim Poole <>
St Charles, IL USA - Friday, September 05, 2008 at 13:34:35 (CEST)
Per, your website is wonderful. I love it.
My dad use to talk about going to seeing Patsy different places in the Virginia area in the late 50s. He said no recording was like hearing her sing in person. In person, he said, her voice was even more beautiful. Also he said how beautiful she was and how nice she was to everyone.
I also have a question if any one knows the answer. Owen Bradley had a daughter named Patsy. Was she named after Patsy Cline? I know one of Loretta Lynn's twins was named after Patsy.

Ellen Morris <>
Warren, Oh US - Monday, August 18, 2008 at 21:02:03 (CEST)
I'm 19 and I love Patsy Cline. Me and my grandpa will listen to her all day and her song "Crazy" is me and my boyfriend's song, it's shame that she passed years before I was even a thot.
Katie Coursey <>
Loomis, Ca United States - Saturday, August 16, 2008 at 23:04:44 (CEST)
Does anyone have a mailing address for Charlie and Julie? Thanks.
M. Ross <hoosie1016@ao;.com>
Olyphant, Pa USA - Friday, July 18, 2008 at 04:49:59 (CEST)
Does Charlie Dick have an e-mail address?

Someone gave me his phone number, and I called once to say "Hi", but when he picked up I got so nervous and I hung up. I never tried again.

But I was hoping he had an e-mail...

Stephanie <>
Tuesday, July 15, 2008 at 23:21:13 (CEST)
Comment: You can reach Charlie and Julie at their company address, /Per
Great Website! I have a question that I hope some sharp eyed Patsy Cline fan can answer: I was just at the Country Music Hall of Fame, in Nashville, last month. I did not see Patsy's "Dixie" cigarette lighter, nor her purple with white fringe Cowgirl outfit. I do have pictures of each of these items, that I took in 1992, at the old Country Music Hall of Fame. Does anybody know what became of these items? Thanks to anybody who can answer this question!
Tracey Bright <>
Denver, Co USA - Monday, July 14, 2008 at 22:17:11 (CEST)
(Formerly of Winchester)
Congratulations Per. Indisputably THE Pasty Cline Website. You have it all!! Keep up the good work!
Linda C / Flaglady <>
Martinsburg, WV - Friday, July 11, 2008 at 04:39:07 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Linda! /Per
Does anyone know how I can contact APC member/Winchester Resident Linda Moss? I saw the picture of the "Sweet Dreams"/Jessica Lange jacket she displayed for the PC Symposium and was shocked! I almost bought that same jacket 10 years ago from a Hollywood Auction company. Its the same jacket that she wears in the film when she arrives home to Charlie's party the night before the demo derby. Just curious to know her history with the jacket... Very cool that it landed in the hand of a Cline fan!
Jared Vaughn <>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Thursday, July 10, 2008 at 15:32:18 (CEST)
Hi Everybody, Hi Per, Just wanted to send a little Hello, and needed to share a note with you all. Some of you know about the little gathering we have in Winchester, VA every year on Labor Day Weekend. This info is for you guys... If you have any questions just let us know!
Thanks, and Per, Thanks for everything!!

June 2008
Hello Friends!
I hope this finds everyone having a great summer! I wanted to let you guys know about a few things before the summer gets away from us. I know a lot of you are already thinking of the next gathering of everyone in Winchester. Before you make your plans we have a little news. This year we know that things are a little harder than past years. With the price of gas it will cost more no matter how you travel. Also, the Holiday Inn in Winchester where we have stayed is moving. They will be in a new location, just down the street.

With all things considered, we want to take a year off and not have the annual gathering this year. I know this isn’t great news, but it could be a good thing. We will take this time off to check out the new hotel and how we might gather in the future. For some it will be a welcome breather, a time to save up and make the trip another year. We have spoken to a handful of people and they seem to understand and are okay with the break. I hope this isn’t going to be a problem for anyone. I hope you still might make some great plans for vacation.

In talking to a few people in the past, they had mentioned that they would like to come to Nashville one year. Maybe this is a good year, and even though it wouldn’t be an "official" gathering, it might be a nice time to plan to see Nashville. If you think you might like to do that, email us, Mario, or Lois, etc. and let them know.

Even though we are making this decision, we do like to know your thoughts. Please feel free to write or email. We always enjoy hearing from everyone. We have enjoyed every trip and hope to have more!

We hope to hear from you!

Charlie, Julie, Mel and JD
and Our Esteemed Hostess Lois
and Our Personal Concierge Mario

Charlie and Julie <>
USA - Wednesday, July 09, 2008 at 05:00:49 (CEST)

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