At the Riverside Park Ballroom
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Hello Patsy Cline fans!! I am Sandy Clark, manager for country singing sensation and recording artist, Sherrill Douglas. Please visit her web site to learn more about the "Patsy Cline Tribute Show" Sherrill performs nationally and internationally. Sherrill has been described at the world's best Patsy Cline impersonator. Sherrill started impersonating Patsy Cline at the age of 10, and only Patsy could sing her songs more authentically than Sherrill. Her web site is currently under development, so check back often for further news. Please e-mail us for bookings, Sherrill Douglas "Fanatics" fan club info, original CD and cassette purchases. Long live the tradition of Patsy Cline!!
Sandy Clark <>
Addison, TX USA - Friday, July 09, 1999 at 17:47:59 (MET DST)
I truely love Mrs.Cline so very much. And she is the greatest female singer in the world. Love, Dora Meador
Dora Meador <>
Franklin, IN U.S.A. - Friday, July 09, 1999 at 17:34:14 (MET DST)
Hey HOSSES'!! How's everybody doing? It's been many months since I've come to this site, and Per, I must say that it's lookin' as WONDERFUL as it did last time I was here. I read that thing about the duets comin' out on Mercury Records... I can't wait!! It's gonna be so amazing, like new material! :) I got a question for all ya fans, I guess for anyone that knows the answer. It's just a little curiosity of mine, but did Patsy ever perform in Canada? I seem to have recalled reading somewhere that she appeared in Toronto once, but I'm not sure, can't remember exactly. Per, your Patsy Cline Records page is great! Keep up the good work. Luv Ya'all and Patsy Always, George
George Everett Hewitt <>
Sherwood Park, AB Canada - Friday, July 09, 1999 at 07:27:18 (MET DST)
My mom used to take me to all of Patsy's concerts, and I love her.
Andrew hunt <>
Richmond, IN USA - Wednesday, July 07, 1999 at 18:41:24 (MET DST)
Love this Patsy Forum, and being our family loved Patsy, we all love you for loving her....Today, tomorrow and forever. Excitement is growing as we make final plans for our trip to Hollywood... My husband (Norm), our daughter Sheree, and her hubby Murray. It will be so awesome, and Patsy will be beaming from the heavens above. Wish you all could come, but know you will be there in thought. See you down the road (as Michelle Wright always says). Bye now, Love Anne, or Annie as my Patsy Puppies call me.
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph, ON Canada - Monday, July 05, 1999 at 21:53:13 (MET DST)
Jacki, not sure if there are any other Ottawa fan club members, but I know there are members throughout Canada. I mean familys are fan clubbers. I have noticed other visitors to this sight from Canada. So you are not alone. Maude, I asked fellow fan clubber/friend, Anne A, who new Patsy, about her shoe size, and she thinks it was around 8. I have held one of her shoes and I said she is right. Also want to remind my fellow Kentuckians that "Always... Patsy Cline" will open July 14 at the Actors Theater in Louisville KY. Always, Jimmy 7-5-99
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, ky - Monday, July 05, 1999 at 18:07:30 (MET DST)
I like Patsy Cline, I think she was a great singer. I have all of her music. I hope to get to the "Always Patsy Cline Fan Club" picnic in Winchester some day!
Judy McLarnon
Etobicoke, ON Canada - Sunday, July 04, 1999 at 18:39:15 (MET DST)
Hello again, to all who visit this site regularly... I'm back and I asked a few questions over at the "PATSIFIED" site, in the "HOSS' WALL" section, and if any one can provide the answers, I'd greatly appreciate it. Per, I love this site, as it is one of the few I keep tuning into when I can get access to a computer with Internet access. I consider my hometown to be OTTAWA, y'know home to the world's longest outdoor skating rink in the winter and home to the OTTAWA SENATORS and many more things. Is there anyone out there in my hometown area, who adores PATSY & her music such as I do...DON"T BE SHY, state your claim here... "CLINELY ALWAYS", Jacki
Jacki <>
Nepean, ON Canada - Saturday, July 03, 1999 at 18:54:47 (MET DST)
Does anyone know what size shoes Patsy wore?
Maude Gold Kiser <>
Nashville, TN USA - Friday, July 02, 1999 at 20:05:20 (MET DST)
I believe that Patsy Cline was the greatest singer in country music. I still believe she always will be, and there's no one who can change my mind about Patsy! Her songs and life are truely one of a kind. Patsy to me is like a sister I never had! Really! If she was still here and doing concerts, I'd be at every one of them! She was one great entertainer! And there's no one who can sing a song like Patsy Cline! She is pure country and truly a legend! Patsy Cline, you will always have me as a true fan!
Randy L. Wright <>
San Diego, Ca United States - Friday, July 02, 1999 at 05:22:34 (MET DST)
Spoke with Mario Munoz tonight. If you would like to go to the induction of Patsy's Star, the Roosevelt will still honor the $109.00 rate until July 8, 1999. Would like to let my fellow Kentuckians know that Actor Theater of Louisville will present "Always Patsy Cline" starting July 14 to mid Aug. I will be there Aug 18 representing the fan club. Always, Jimmy Walker 7-1-99
Jimmy Walker <>
lexington, ky 40505 - Friday, July 02, 1999 at 03:41:31 (MET DST)
This is actually a question for the forum, so please indulge and help me out. Am I "crazy" or is a 2nd female voice sharing vocal duties w/ Patsy on "Lonely Street"? My version is on a Laserlight label CD & after consulting several recording session sources I see no other vocalists mentioned save for the Jordanaires. The CD doesn't mention a specific recording date but I'm assuming it's 2/15/62. Are my ears decieving me, cause I hear a distinctively Dinah Washington-like 2nd voice sharing verses w/Patsy. Thanks so much.
Ron Haynes <>
Chicago, IL USA - Thursday, July 01, 1999 at 22:26:05 (MET DST)
Comment: Yes, there is a second woman on the LaserLight version of "Lonely Street". We have discussed it before in the forum. No one seems to know the name of this woman. In an entry on page three, Jimmy Walker suggests that it could be gospel singer Vestal Goodman, but I don't know if he's correct. As I recall it, Jimmy did ask Charlie Dick about this once, and Charlie couldn't remember who the woman is. /Per
Aloha from Honolulu friends. We're life-long fans of "the Cline". Originally from Kansas City (site of the ill-fated benefit concert) we now live in Hawaii and still listen to Patsy while sitting on our beach front lanai sipping Mai Tai's. Thanks for the great site and photos.
Darrell & Sonia <>
Honolulu, HI USA - Wednesday, June 30, 1999 at 01:32:18 (MET DST)
How could anyone possibly question the success and influence of the Late Great Patsy Cline. The woman was posthumously honored with two Grammy awards (one in 1992 and one in 1995), and her recording of "Crazy", which actually is a one take record, according to Owen Bradley, is the most popular Jukebox record of all time. Also, her "Greatest Hits" album has sold over seven million copies to the date. In my opinion, all questions are answered in those statistics. No, not everyone loves the voice that in the opinion of many is the greatest ever bestowed on humanity, but anyone who questions the success of it is IN FACT ignorant, misinformed, and is in my opinion not too keen for making statements with no grounds for others to see. Thank God for Patsy Cline, where would MUSIC as a whole be without her? We lost her too soon, but can't you understand God wanting her in His choir? Thanks Patsy :o)
Michael Owens <>
Nashville, TN - Tuesday, June 29, 1999 at 18:47:08 (MET DST)
Hi! Alex Sydorenko, you asked about a song Patsy did, "You Belong To Me". You said it was a Nat King Cole song... He may have recorded it, but the big hit record was done by Jo Stafford in 1953. A huge hit and is a standard today. All the radio stations that play 40's- 50's and 60's music all play Jo Stafford's rendition. Just thought you'd like to know. Patsy and I were very dear friends. I worked with Wynn Stewart and Merle Haggard (before he was a star) in Vegas. Patsy loved Jo Stafford and also, she was crazy about Roberta Sherwood. We went out on the strip to see Roberta. She saw Patsy in the audience and announced that she was there. Patsy was just elated to think that Roberta knew who she was. A fun memory of my dear friend. So glad you love her too! :-)
Jackie Burns <>
USA - Friday, June 18, 1999 at 21:21:25 (MET DST)
Comment: Nice to hear from you, Jackie! (If you haven't read Jackie's story about Patsy, go to the A fan is born page and read it!) /Per
Hello everyone ! It has been some time since I last posted anything here, I guess I'm busy, and have slipped a little, if ya all know what I mean. Did everyone watch the award show on TNN the other night ? Lorrie Morgan sang Patsy's "Leavin On Your Mind", and did a superb job, I think. It had something to do with the Hall of Fame, I believe. Lorrie M. wore a gown that kinda looked like something maybe Patsy Cline herself would have worn. The dress was pretty by all means. I have always felt that Lorrie M. in her own way sounds like Patsy, her dictation does anyways. Well it's good to hear that the "Walk of Fame" date in LA has been set, I will not be able to attend, though. I am planning a trip to San Diego, CA but not around the time of the dedication, oh well. Take care, all
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, PA USA - Friday, June 18, 1999 at 03:58:54 (MET DST)
Well, hello again, Per, and to Anne & Norm & gang that I write to, and all other Patsy people... I love this site the same as I do Lisa Flood's "Patsified". Being Canadian, you don't get much info but hey, this is great for me as it makes my days complete when I have Patsy news to learn about as I'm a lifetime fan, and all you folks out there who are just as "Patsified" as I am, please email soon as I'd love to hear from all... "Clinely Always", Jacki.
Jacki <>
Nepean, ON Canada - Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 19:18:59 (MET DST)
Once again I must express my delight about Patsy's Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, that is to be dedicated in August. Thank you so much, Mario Munoz, for all your hard work and dedication in helping to make this dream a reality!
SueBee <>
NY - Saturday, June 12, 1999 at 16:12:11 (MET DST)
Hello, Per, I just can't get over how wonderful your site is. I wish I had the knowledge to make mine more than text. Maybe I can get some help soon. Anyway, I just wanted to let everyone know that they can order the Patsy "Crazy Muscial Plate" from the Franklin Mint. Call 1-800-THE-MINT. You can order the catalog then the plate, or just order the plate. It's $55 + tax/s&h. They take all major credit cards, etc. Also, as soon as it's official, I will be letting everyone know about Patsy's Virginia Star on the Va. Legends Walk. I haven't been told that she is one of the 1st 24 to be recognized, but I feel sure she will be. She was the most nominated, thanx to this site and all the Patsy friends that got the email(s) from me or the people I sent them to. So, I feel it's just a matter of the formalities more than anything. I'll keep you posted. The Legends Walk will be unveiling the 1st 24 on July 15th, I believe. It's going to be at the 13th street park at the ocean front, in Va. Beach. Keep remembering Patsy and she'll never be gone. My best to everyone!! Vyvyenne
Vyvyenne Jenkins <>
Virginia Beach, VA USA - Friday, June 11, 1999 at 20:33:28 (MET DST)
Can anyone help me? I have been searching for information on a contest. To my understanding there was a contest held in British Columbia last year (1998). This contest was a tribute to Patsy Cline. My 15 year old neice would like to come and sing for this event, but we are unable to receive any information on it... Last year it was advertised on CMT but this year we have been out of luck... Need your help... Is anyone out there...?
Mary Ellen Asselstine <>
Three Hills, Alberta - Friday, June 11, 1999 at 06:44:45 (MET DST)
Patsy Cline is one of the most gifted singers ever to grace the face of this big earth. Like many of you, I grew up hearing her songs. Even when the words were slurred under the influence of a drink or two, the passion would still find its way through or at least we tried. In the outback of Australia the crystal nights echo Patsy's great voice. Sitting around a camp fire on old drums, friends, family and the only visible difference is the electrical cord for a simple tape recorder to play her songs. Everyone sang, everyone enjoyed, old and young, we had a great time. Today we all sing along with the cd players, but the music is the same. So today, along with Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys and Tupac, my children listen to Patsy Cline. She sounds just as wonderful. When I tried to sing her songs along with the karaoke, after practicing and trying all those years, you realize only one can sing like her, Patsy Cline Viva Patsy Cline
Tibby <>
Sydney, Australia - Wednesday, June 09, 1999 at 09:38:12 (MET DST)
I have been a fan of Patsy Cline as long as I can remember...and I have my folks to credit for that. Growing up, I recall my parents having very limited music taste.....their collection consisted of Elvis Presley, Jim Reeves and, of course, Patsy Cline. At a time when I was into the Eagles and Fleetwood Mac, it was very hip for them to have the volume set high to a Patsy Cline record so all the neighbors could hear her yodel the "Lovesick Blues"!! Even as a kid, I could not deny the indelible impression that her music left on me. I still love the Eagles and Fleetwood Mac, but I would take Patsy Cline any day, cause there's something about that voice that tugs at the heart and I thank you mom and dad for allowing me to discover her music early on in my life!!
Alan Cofer <>
Georgetown, TN USA - Wednesday, June 09, 1999 at 00:10:29 (MET DST)
So happy to join you all on this page for Patsy only. Our family are so excited and delighted that our dreams have or are to be coming true for our beloved Patsy. Her STAR included on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Her name and fine singing is proof that she truly was a shining star as her songs are being sung by young and old, no matter what type of music is hep for the year. Knowing her, loving her and respecting her was the most exciting part of our lives, with the exception of course of having babies and raising them into fine adults and they too still loving "our" Patsy. Not forgetting too, that Charlie, Julie and family and Randy are still a wonderful part of our lives and share a bond of friendship that is ever strong. I want to thank Mario Munoz for his hard work and persistance and money he has spent, stamps, phone calls etc. And Jimmy Walker for always keeping this old gal up on anything new regarding Patsy. We have met so many people at the Patsy Fan Club each year and I have many young members whom I call my Patsy Puppies. They are great and treat our gang so wonderful so thank you all for your kind words about Patsy as the list goes on and on. Anne, Norm Armstrong... Sheree and Murray Shannon... Marnie and Ivan Porcellato and Andy and Cathy Armstrong.
Annie Armstrong <>
Guelph, On Canada - Wednesday, June 02, 1999 at 17:01:01 (MET DST)
Welcome Suzi, I was just reading about Hank in the June 8 issue of Country Weekly. I just skimmed it and the part about Patsy. I think it is great that the CW is recognizing a legend such as Hank. Enjoyed his comments on the recent Century in Country on TNN. Thanks for the notice, Mario. Hope you all can join us, Mario has worked hard on this. Everyone is excited. Always, Jimmy W 6-1-99
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky - Wednesday, June 02, 1999 at 04:13:20 (MET DST)
I just came across your site while browsing thru Patsys links. I am married to Hank Cochran. We are just learning to use our computer, and I find it amazing that there are so many wonderful pages on Patsy. Hank is not at home right now, but I am going to show him your site as soon as I can. Let us know if we can be of any help to you. He loved Patsy very much, and I am sure all the effort you have gone through to honor Patsy will tug on his heart strings. Thank you for sharing these wonderful memories. Suzi Cochran
Suzi Cochran
- Sunday, May 30, 1999 at 22:01:18 (MET DST)
Hey there, CLINE fans!, it's official... Patsy Cline's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame will be dedicated on August 3rd 1999 at 11:30 am. In case you would like to attend, the host hotel is the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. I was able to get a group rate. It's $109.00 per night (which may seem like alot, but for a hotel during the peak season and located directly on Hollywood Blvd. with the amount of history involved in the hotel itself, it's actually a fair price... The regular rate is $159.00 per night. The hotel is extremely elegant, several Hollywood legends had suites there and the first two academy awards were held there also). Should you be interested your reservations should be made by calling Channa Perera @ the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel by June 31st. His number is (323) 769-7280. Different size rooms are available should you desire. The location of the star has not yet been determined by the Hollywood historic trust/chamber of commerce, but as soon as I find out, I'll let you all know. Hope to see ya there. Mario
Mario Munoz
Fresno, Ca USA - Sunday, May 30, 1999 at 21:24:38 (MET DST)
I just returned home from seeing "Always...Patsy Cline" in Wilmington, Delaware and it was absolutely fabulous! I have cherished Patsy Cline's music for many years and what a treat it was to attend this wonderful musical. This is a wonderful site and tribute to Patsy Cline, and I thank you for your time and effort, so that fans of hers can look back into time at such a beautiful woman; inside and out. Thanks again!
Cathy Baxter <>
Bear, DE USA - Friday, May 28, 1999 at 06:56:38 (MET DST)
Comment: Thanks for your kind words about the site, Cathy! /Per
Ah, Patsy, we all still love you. Girl, you have the kind of voice that stops traffic in the street; a voice that sooths even the beastly of the beasties. Hey, what's the name of that Nat King Cole song that Patsy sings about visiting the pyramids along the Nile, about visiting the Marrakhech Marketplace and about flying a silver plane in the sky? I've already bought a few CDs looking for it but I'm never able to find it. I'd appreciate any help from you all out there.
Alex Sydorenko <>
Chicago, IL - Wednesday, May 26, 1999 at 06:53:06 (MET DST)
Comment: The song you are referring to is "You belong to me", one of my personal favorites, by the way. /Per
I saw the Patsy Cline show locally last fall starring Gail Bliss. I didn't buy her CD at the time and now I'm trying to find out where I can find one to purchase. It was 50/50 Gail Bliss and Patsy Cline. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
Rhonda Powell <>
Iowa City, IA USA - Tuesday, May 25, 1999 at 15:27:22 (MET DST)
Hello all! I am always so busy to come and visit the site, but it's good to say hi and have a moment to relax. I have a big question for you all. My sister was watching a program on TNN called "Prime Time Country" with Gary Chapman. She saw Mark Chestnut on the show and Gary had a question from a fan that asked Mark:.......if he could record a duet with anyone dead or alive.... who would it be....? Mark answered..."it would be Patsy Cline". He went on to say that he was asked to be a part of a project that has to do with a Patsy duet album. How cool is this!!! I just want to know if anyone has heard about this....? Please e-mail me if you have any info on this. Thanks.
Sean <>
Nashville, TN USA - Thursday, May 20, 1999 at 04:52:01 (MET DST)
Welcome Jack Call!.....I am very curious about the events surrounding the charity concert for your father.....Is it true that the event netted only a few thousand dollars to your mother and the family? Does anyone else have any thoughts about Cactus Jack Call? I am still surprised to the extent that country artists went all out (in those days) for a local disc jockey. For example, if today, Wild Bill Wilson (fictional local DJ) would pass away, do you think that Reba and Garth would fly to Kansas City to perform a benefit concert? I think not. They don't make 'em like Patsy any more!
F. Chilini
Plymouth, MA - Thursday, May 20, 1999 at 03:59:03 (MET DST)
I have been a Patsy Cline fan for years, my husband loves to hear me sing her songs, he says I sound just like her. I love to sing "Crazy", I once went into a studio and made a tape singing that song and when I came out everyone clapped, I feel so honored to be able to sing and sound like her. When we lost Patsy, we lost a great woman in country music history.
Penny Schaadt <>
Fort Wayne, IN usa - Tuesday, May 18, 1999 at 16:43:26 (MET DST)
I have been singing Patsy Cline songs since I have been young. I think her songs' voice and dress are sensational. I have been told for many years that I sound like Patsy. I have just won TWO competions singing Patsy Cline's numbers, "Sweet Dreams" & "Crazy". I think your site is first class, keep up all the hard work. And I will do my best to keep Patsy Cline's name well known in the U.K. With all my love and best wishes, Marian
Marian Chapman <>
Nottingham, England - Monday, May 17, 1999 at 00:06:02 (MET DST)
Hi Folks - Thank God for Patsy.....My daddy was Cactus Jack Call....he was a Disc Jockey here in Kansas City.....When he passed away, Patsy and others flew out here to KC just to help my mom and my family (I was a baby at the time).... to this day, we are eternally grateful. We are not "internet people" but you should know that the Call family is eteranaly grateful for Patsy Cline and the others who came to KC that March day in 1963...... In heaven, they know how many lives they helped. God Bless. Jack Call, son of Cactus Jack Call
Jack Call Jr. <>
Kansas City, MO USa - Saturday, May 15, 1999 at 07:20:04 (MET DST)
Patsy Cline's music is the best I and everyone will ever hear. Her music will be heard forever. The legend will never die.....
Michael Uditsky <Allgreen6@Aol.Com>
Phila., Pa Philadelphia - Friday, May 14, 1999 at 02:25:12 (MET DST)
At night I'd lie in bed listening to the local rock station. I was fifteen and I'd never heard of Patsy Cline. It was the Spring of 1963 when they started playing "Sweet Dreams" and I couldn't get enough of it. I'd wait up just to hear it one more time. To me, it was and still is the most beautiful recording ever made.
Geoff Petrasek <>
Lancaster, PA USA - Thursday, May 13, 1999 at 05:12:42 (MET DST)
The Patsy Cline memory game seems to work fine with the following browsers: Netscape Navigator 3.x, Netscape Communicator 4.x, Internet Explorer 4.x and Internet Explorer 5.x. I have now enhanced the browser checking function in one of the Javascripts in the game, but to be able to enhance it even further, I want to ask a favor from you visitors: If you are using a browser other than the ones mentioned above, could you please go to my little browser checking page and follow the instructions there? I want to gather info about how various browsers present themselves, in order to make a browser checking function that can be used in many different situations. Thanks in advance!
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Wednesday, May 12, 1999 at 13:08:03 (MET DST)

Thanks Bill, Vyvyenne and Per for the various updates pertaining to Patsy's Hollywood Star and the Virginia Legends Walk. It's such a nice feeling knowing we "little people" can, and really do, make a difference when we ban together. Per, I like the new look!!
SueBee <>
NY - Wednesday, May 12, 1999 at 00:26:17 (MET DST)
Comment: Thanks, SueBee! /Per
Hello to all! I am the secretary for the Always Patsy Cline Fan Organization. Per is wonderful to have this site. He has helped me so much with all his Patsy info. and all the links he has created to my site and information I have shared with him. I am working on my own right now. It's very elementary, but I'm trying to learn more to make it somewhat close to this. I know no matter how much I try, it will never be this good. But, at least Per has this site for us all to enjoy. Should anyone want to contact me, my email is and my work # is 757-425-2418. By the way, I am planning a bus trip to Winchester over Labor Day this year, from the Hampton Roads area.
Vyvyenne Jenkins <>
Virginia Beach, VA USA - Monday, May 10, 1999 at 23:37:11 (MET DST)
Comment: Thanks for your very kind words, Vyvyenne! /Per
Hi, I really like Patsy Cline and I wondering if anyone can think of an appropriate Patsy Cline song I could have sung at my wedding this September. I have a girlfriend who has a dynamite Patsy Cline-like singing voice, and I was hoping to find a Patsy Cline song for her to sing at my wedding. Please email to
Norma Krill <>
Calgary, AB Canada - Monday, May 10, 1999 at 16:08:23 (MET DST)
Hi all! I have, after a long wait for the supplier to fill the order, finally got a copy of the video "Remembering Patsy". I can recommend it but, in the UK, expect a delay before you get it. It is PLATV 313 from Prism Leisure in the UK. It is a real pleasure to see and hear the TV recordings and other performances and some clips of home movie. The various comments by other personalities are a major part of the video. Without doubt Patsy performed the way I imagined she would. But I would like to know why did the producers had to overlay the comments onto the performances effectively removing the middle parts of several. Has anyone knowledge about whether the full performances without overlaid comments are available to purchase?
Thanks Per for this site
Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Sunday, May 09, 1999 at 15:03:32 (MET DST)
Please go to the news page and read Vyvyenne Jenkins' exciting news about the voting process for Virginia Legends Walk!
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Sunday, May 9, 1999 at 11:11:19 (MET DST)

Patsy's star has not yet been placed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. They are trying to accomodate both Charlie's and Julie's schedules so that they can be in attendance at the dedication. Hopefully it will take place sometime this summer or fall.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Friday, May 07, 1999 at 22:30:01 (MET DST)
Please visit Biography by demand at and vote for Patsy to be in an A&E biography! And it seems that my Memory Game works in Internet Explorer 5. Previously there have been problems with the Javascripts in IE, but I have played it at home, where I have IE5, and it works! And, of course, it also works in Netscape 3.x and 4.x.
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Friday, May 7, 1999 at 16:28:47 (MET DST)

Hey ya'll! Does anyone out there know when "The Cline's" star along the hollywood walk of fame will be dedicated? It's been a while since I'v heard any news on this honor that is long overdue... Has it already been placed? If so, where is it located? Any info. would be greatly appreciated. I plan on visiting southern ca. some time soon and would like to see it... Thanks, Bonnie Metisse.
Bonnie Mettise
Ca - Friday, May 07, 1999 at 04:18:28 (MET DST)
Hey all. Heard that "Always Patsy Cline" will play in Myrtle Beach this summer. Also the show will be done by Actors Theater of Louisville (KY) starting July 13. Per, love the new font. Always, Jimmy W.
Jimmy Walker <>
- Friday, May 07, 1999 at 02:23:54 (MET DST)
Comment: Thanks, Jimmy! Depending on which fonts the visitor has in his/her computer, the browser tries the following fonts in this order: Comic Sans MS, Verdana, Tahoma, Arial, Times New Roman. The headers at the top of the pages are always Times New Roman, and the small text below the pictures (the credits) are usually Arial. /Per
What a wonderful voice! My faourite song from Patsy is "I'm sorry" (I'm not sure if that's the title), but the song(s) that she sings are absolutely out of this world!
Lela Mallett <>
London, England - Wednesday, May 05, 1999 at 16:01:47 (MET DST)
Hi! I've been a PC fan for a few years now, ever since I heard "Strange" on the radio. I just fell in love with her voice straight away. She's the best.
Mack the knife <>
Dingle, Eire. - Wednesday, May 05, 1999 at 13:47:26 (MET DST)
Hi Patsy Cline Fans, I'm thinking of selling some of the Patsy Cline memorabilia that I have collected over the past few years. If you are interested, please send me an email at Thanks. By the way Per, this website is fabulous, as always :)
Amber <>
USA - Tuesday, May 04, 1999 at 21:00:33 (MET DST)
Comment: Thanks, Amber! /Per
I'll start by saying I'm not a huge Patsy Cline fan. I do, however, enjoy a few of her songs. But this site is still so interesting to me. I've lived in Winchester all my life, and it's odd to see places I pass by every day on the web. This weekend is Apple Blossom in town, which Patsy took part in quite a few times. I think her spirit still lives on during this time of year. Her music tends to be playing a lot more during this week than at any other time. It's beautiful here. Enjoy the spring, everyone.
Kt Fuegi <>
Winchester, VA USA - Saturday, May 01, 1999 at 17:44:38 (MET DST)
This is such a wonderful website for Patsy, it just takes my breath away! I love Patsy, her music, her wonderful voice and especially the type of personality she had. I too, have the same kind. Full of spunk and doesn't sugarcoat what's on her mind. I became interested in Patsy when I watched the movie "Sweet Dreams", in 1985. Ever since then, I started singin' her music... and now I impersonate her. I have shows, birthday parties, etc. that I do here in VA Beach, and I love it, simply love it! Love singin' her music. I also make my own wardrobe of clothing to wear. As long as I still have a breath left in me, I will continue to sing her music! God Bless you, Patsy, for comin' into my life!
Holly Parker <>
Virginia Beach, VA USA - Saturday, May 01, 1999 at 06:55:30 (MET DST)
Hi there to y'all...I'm a PATSY FAN and have been for as long as I can remember. I love her songs, voice and everything about her. The only regret I have is that I wasn't born yet at the height of her career because I would have gone to the shows she would have done. I would love to hear from all fellow Patsy admirers out there, so please email me at:
Clinely Always, Jacki
Jacki <>
Nepean (Ottawa), ON Canada - Wednesday, April 28, 1999 at 18:54:15 (MET DST)
Just a note to say hi to everyone...neat webpage...I am a big Patsy fan also...had the pleasure to meet Hilda in Sept '96...hard to believe she is gone...I still remember hearing "I fall to pieces" on the radio when I was little...I didn't know who she was then, but I really enjoyed the music...I do have several of her albums also. I am glad to see that Patsy still lives on through her music as well as through all her fans, including me...So long for now...Cheryl Moore...if anyone wants to write me also, my address is P.O. Box 811, New York, NY 10108.....Take care!!
Cheryl Moore <>
New York, NY 10108 - Tuesday, April 27, 1999 at 06:55:11 (MET DST)
This page is great. I love Patsy and I'm glad that I came across this web site. Now I can learn lot's about her! Thanks!!!
Annie <>
Vancouver, WA USA - Tuesday, April 27, 1999 at 05:39:14 (MET DST)
Hi to all fellow PATSY ADMIRERS out there! I have been a lifetime fan and the one regret I have is that I was born some years after her death and would have enjoyed seeing her perform live, and that is a fact. I'm new to this Internet stuff, but I'm slowly learning and I have enjoyed coming across all sorts of PATSY related sites... I would love to hear from fellow Patsy folks and to all members who belong to the "ALWAYS PATSY CLINE" club from Winchester, VA. U.S.A. - A great club to be a part of... I'm a member... I have seen Gail Bliss' performance in the "ALWAYS PATSY CLINE" show when it came to my hometown of OTTAWA last fall, and had the chance to meet her... I enjoyed the show... I saw it on Patsy's b-day so it felt really special that evening. Patsy, to me possessed a personality and talent that can't define words or anything else except that she was meant to be a singer and to leave her mark for all to hear. God Bless Patsy for being created and giving us the joy of her voice. "CLINELY ALWAYS", Jacki
Jacki <>
Nepean, ON Canada - Friday, April 23, 1999 at 19:36:47 (MET DST)
From what I am able to gather, the initial pressings of the "Sentimentally Yours" album (released August 1962) did not say "and featuring Heartaches". This was added several months later when "Heartaches" was released as a single and became a hit on the U.S. Pop Charts (it did not chart on the Country side). Copies that don't have "and featuring Heartaches" on the cover are less common, but that doesn't add anything to the value. According to "The Official Price Guide to Country Music Records" (First Edition) by Jerry Osborne, stereo copies of "Sentimentally Yours" are worth from $20-$30. Bernard, I also have a copy of "Sentimentally Yours" on Brunswick from the UK (Stereo, STA-8510). The UK version is identical to the US release, and does not say "and featuring Heartaches".
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Friday, April 23, 1999 at 05:26:21 (MET DST)
Bernard, the UK pressing are different than the US pressing. Though yours sounds pretty much like the same as the US one. Mike Earl, we gotta get Bill Cox to help explain for you. He does a great job with it.
Per, glad you are enjoying Mandy's cd. She is truly awesome. I had the privilege of seeing her perform in Nashville this week. She was kind enough to visit with me. Always, Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <>
- Thursday, April 22, 1999 at 22:02:55 (MET DST)
Hi everybody! On the original "Patsy Cline Story" record album, there are liner notes on the back from someone named Trudy Stamper at WSM Radio. She seems to have known Patsy fairly well. Does anyone know who Trudy Stamper was/is and if she is still with us? Thanks!
Frank C <>
Minneapolis, MN - Thursday, April 22, 1999 at 06:14:47 (MET DST)
Comment: All I can find out about her, from consulting my Patsy Cline biographies, is that she then was the WSM - Grand Ole Opry public relations director, and a long-time friend of Patsy's. She was also involved in promoting the Carnegie Hall concert in New York. I don't know if she is still with us. /Per
Sentimentally Yours: I have a mono version of this on Brunswick label LAT 8510 with sentimentally yours in yellow italics all lower case over PATSY CLINE in upper case block capitals in pink. Patsy is shown wearing a blue lace over white dress and resting on a couple of white cushions. I bought this LP in 1962 just after I first heard her singing "Heartaches". Great LP, and I will never part with it. Seldom play it having "backed it up" onto tape for my own use. Regards to all, Bernard
Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Wednesday, April 21, 1999 at 14:11:10 (MET DST)
Hi there... I recently came across a Patsy Cline album that I have a question about. Please bear in mind that I'm a Beatles collector, and I know absolutely nothing about Patsy's albums. So I thought I'd throw this out there to you experts and see what the general consensus is. This album is called "Sentimentally Yours". It's on Decca, #DL 74282, and it's stereo. In trying to find out what I could about this album, I went to eBay to see what people had at auction and what this might be worth. There were three or four of these albums at auction with pictures of the cover. However, all of the ones listed there were different from mine. They all had "Sentimentally Yours" in yellow print, just above the "Patsy Cline" in pink print. They also had "Heartaches" in yellow print below "Patsy Cline", again in yellow print, just to the left of Patsy's head. My album cover does not have the "Heartaches" print. Is this something that's common or is this a earlier/later release? I hope you might be able to tell me something about this album and cover. It's in very nice shape. The cover has a small amount of wear on it and there are someone's initials lightly written at the bottom. All the seams are intact, with all the printing (on the top and the spine) still very legible. I have scans available if needed. Please enlighten me to anything you might know about this record. Thank you in advance. Mick Earl
Mick Earl <>
Missoula, MT USA - Wednesday, April 21, 1999 at 04:24:36 (MET DST)
Comment: In the booklet from the MCA 4 CD collection, all Patsy Cline LPs from Decca are shown, and "Sentimentally Yours" does NOT have the "Heartaches" printing on it. That probably means that the original release of that album did not have that extra printing on it, and that you indeed may have that original version. My copy has the "Heartaches" printing on it, and that may be a later issue, perhaps released after Patsy's death. More info, anyone? /Per
I have now received my copy of Mandy Barnett's new CD, "I've got a right to cry". What can I say, except that I love it! I have always thought that Mandy is the one singer that comes closest to Patsy, and after listening to this CD, I have no reason to think differently. If you like Patsy, I'm sure you will like this new CD by Mandy Barnett, which, by the way, is produced by Owen and Harold Bradley. Owen Bradley, who was Patsy's producer, sadly died during the making of this album, so his brother Harold took over and finished it for him, together with Bobby Bradley and Mandy. It contains 12 tracks, the label is Sire, and the number is 31046-2. The album is dedicated to Owen Bradley.
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Monday, April 19, 1999 at 10:54:43 (MET DST)
Please go to and vote for Patsy! And please choose your words carefully in the "National/global achievements" box! Personally I will mention things like Patsy's ability to capture people's hearts, during her lifetime and forever, through her fantastic, heartful recordings and the ongoing movies and shows about her life, as well as how she has boosted the tourism, mainly in Winchester and Nashville.
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Sunday, April 18, 1999 at 12:02:17 (MET DST)

Hi! I'm looking for Patsy trivia to put in a display! I work for a theatre company and we are producing a Patsy review during the summer months starting July 25, and would love to have some Patsy trivia to use for a display! Please e-mail me at
Christina <>
Calgary, AB Canada - Friday, April 16, 1999 at 19:36:48 (MET DST)
Hello to all...hope all is well. I just wanted to say Hi and stop by and see what's new. I love to see all the places that everyone writes from! This is such a great age when we can all sit down in our homes and communicate with the world! All is well here in Nashville. Sorry I missed you guys (Jimmy Walker & gang) when you were in town. Dad tells me that Mario Munoz is coming to town (today, I think). Maybe I will get to say hello to him.

Would love to get the chance to be a "tourist" myself here in Nashville, and see all the sights. You know how it is when you live around it, you just never take the time to enjoy it. Once in a while when there are some friends in town, we get to go and do all the fun things here in Nashville. I really do miss Opryland, though. The kids always loved to go out there. It was a mini vacation here at home. Well, I guess I should run. I could spend all day on this computer, but there are not enough hours in the day! Best to everyone... Always, Julie & the gang
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN 37080 - Friday, April 16, 1999 at 03:26:25 (MET DST)

I like songs Patsy C., but I know only 1. It`s "Crazy". I wont to know yet!!!
Vera Timofeeva <>
Petrozavodsk, Russia - Thursday, April 15, 1999 at 08:21:56 (MET DST)
I am looking for the words to all of Patsy's songs. Can you help me? If so, please E-Mail me any info you may have. Thank you!!
Jacalyn Miller <>
New Haven, Mi USA - Wednesday, April 14, 1999 at 17:42:20 (MET DST)
Howdy everyone. So glad to see the interest is here and new people coming on board. Frank, I do think Patsy would have been big. She was just beginning at the time of her death. Maybe her early death has something to do with "the cult" following. But with that voice, anyone would be a fool not to appreciate it. May 6 on TNN's Century in Country, Patsy will be featured. I understand this series should be equally as good as the "Life and Times" series on TNN. Do keep an eye for Patsy. Also, April 13 will be the release date of Mandy Barnett's new cd. Please call your radio station and request Mandy and Patsy. Always, Jimmy 4-12-99
Jimmy Walker <>
Lex, KY - Monday, April 12, 1999 at 16:34:55 (MET DST)
The CD in question is the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to the 1985 film, "Sweet Dreams", based on Patsy's life story (MCA Records, No. MCAD-6149). It can still be purchased in most record stores, or through online music sites. In a record store, you might have to look in the Soundtrack section. In addition to "San Antonio Rose", six other songs on the CD were overdubbed (i.e. the original musical accompaniment was changed/updated) to fit the film: "Seven Lonely Days", "Your Cheatin Heart", "Walkin' After Midnight", "Foolin' Around", "Half As Much" and "Blue Moon Of Kentucky". Also, there were a couple of additional instruments added to the mix of "Lovesick Blues". And, although included on the sountrack, "Half As Much" did not make the final cut of the film.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Sunday, April 11, 1999 at 19:15:54 (MET DST)
Could anyone out there help me identify a Patsy Cline CD which I have been unable to find? About 20 years ago, I bought my daughter a Patsy Cline CD and she recorded it on tape for me. I still have the tape but she lost the CD. The songs don't match any CD I can find. It has twelve songs which are:

1. San Antonio Rose
2. Seven Lonely Days
3. Your Cheatin Heart
4. Lovesick Blues
5. Walkin' After Midnight
6. Foolin' Around
7. Half As Much
8. I Fall To Pieces
9. Crazy
10. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
11. She's Got You
12. Sweet Dreams

The strange thing about it is that the song "San Antonio Rose" is a different version than the one on "The Patsy Cline Story". What makes it different is that this version has a steel guitar in it and is unlike the one on "The Patsy Cline Story". If anyone out there could help me, it would solve a mystery which I've been unable to do. Sincerely, Don Flick
Donald G. Flick <>
Warrior, Al 35180 - Sunday, April 11, 1999 at 07:32:39 (MET DST)

I am a 25 year old who thinks that Patsy Cline is the GREATEST!!!!! She brought such a sweet but strong voice to country music and she will forever be the Queen of Country. I thank God everyday for letting us have such a wonderful lady for such a short time.
Alicia Breeden <>
Clearfork, WV United States - Sunday, April 11, 1999 at 06:02:15 (MET DST)
I do not want to seem harsh... I just want to be realistic... Does anyone think that it is POSSIBLE that the memory of Patsy suffers from the same thing that the memory of JFK suffers from...? In other words, if Patsy were still alive today, would she be a "Kitty Wells"... or a "Dottie West"????? I think that Patsy has become a bigger legend because of the fact that she died young... I do NOT mean that as an insult... Simply factual... Is it possible that Patsy Cline "suffers" from the Elvis, James Dean, JFK, Marilyn Monroe, Hank Williams syndrome? Was she REALLY that great? I think so, but I am interested in other's thoughts....... Frank
FG Chilini <>
Minneapolis, MN - Saturday, April 10, 1999 at 06:25:33 (MET DST)
Comment: Yes, she was REALLY that great. And if she had been allowed to live, I'm sure that she would be very big today, just like Loretta Lynn is... /Per
I'm a 40 years old guy who loves all is America, Great South, country music and especially the Queen Patsy Cline! Greets to you all American citizens from Italy! Sorry for my English....
Italy - Thursday, April 08, 1999 at 04:00:23 (MET DST)
I am a great fan of Patsy. I fell in love with her voice when I was just a little girl. Because there was no music in my home when I was younger, I found an old song later on in my fourties, and now I sing her songs on karaoke night and I sing them very proudly, and hope she can hear me, and now I've felt all she has at one time or an other. A great fan, Patty
Patricia Hudson Hobbs <>
Toledo, Oh - Thursday, April 08, 1999 at 03:40:57 (MET DST)
Just wanted to say hi. I have not been able to say hello as often as I would like, but I do rush in and read the comments. Patsy would be very happy. God bless.
Sean <>
Nashville, - Monday, April 05, 1999 at 06:03:35 (MET DST)
As fans of Patsy, you know the amazing contribution her back up group The Jordanaires have made to her great recordings. I am working to get these legendary singers their own star on Hollywood's walk of fame. We have a May 20 deadline and $15,000 to nominate them. Please help me get them this honor for their 50 years of legendary work. I hope to get the amount of five thousand from Elvis' and Ricky Nelson's clubs and/or families. Contact me and let me know your input. Thanks, John Lynd
John Lynd <>
Ontario, Ca - Sunday, April 04, 1999 at 21:53:02 (MET DST)
TNN has a new show on Wednesday called "Century of Country". This week's show will be about the Opry. I saw a spotlight on the Opry last night for this show and looks like Patsy maybe shown in a rare kinescope appearance doing "A Church, A Courtroon, ...." Also later that evening is Tammy Wynette rembered. Look for Mandy Barnett and Ralo Maul doing "Near You". Always, Jimmy 4-4-99.
Jimmy W <>
Lexington, Ky - Sunday, April 04, 1999 at 21:07:57 (MET DST)
The BBC held a survey to find the most popular song, not singer, of the century. In the country music section "Crazy" was the winner, and the presenter choose the Patsy Cline version. Mind you it probably wouldn't have been selected as the best if Patsy hadn't sung it. Regards, Bernard
Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Friday, April 02, 1999 at 09:06:11 (MET DST)
Just wanted to take a moment to invite everyone to join the fun on the PatsyClineFans2 mailing list, hosted by ONEList. PCF2 is a lively discussion list for fans of country music legend Patsy Cline (1932-1963). Here you can share your thoughts and feelings about Patsy's life and music, relay important Patsy news items, meet lots of Patsifans from around the world. Per has posted the mailing list banner and link to the PCF2 subscription page on his links page. Or, you can click on my name for the link. I look forward to having you join us.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Monday, March 29, 1999 at 04:56:15 (MET DST)
I am looking for devoted (sometimes described as obsessed) Patsy Cline fans! If this describes you... I would like to hear from you. Re: interview for documentary.
Are you Patsy's most devoted fan? <>
- Monday, March 29, 1999 at 02:55:55 (MET DST)
Patsy Cline Fans! I have created a Patsy Cline dicussion list at "Onelist". I've titled it, "Patsyclineandyou". The following is the URL to get to this list, and to subscribe to it: The list will be open to any discussions about Patsy Cline. After subsribing to this list, you can then post messages. I will view them from time to time, and add input when time permits me to do so. Fans please feel free to use this as much as you would like. You can also use it to contact me from time to time. Thanks, Shane
Shane C. Collins <>
- Monday, March 29, 1999 at 02:37:14 (MET DST)
Hiya everyone! I just wanted to state a few things. I am a 23 year old female, who's really not that much of a country fan... But, I am however a HUGE fan of Ms. Cline's. Patsy paved the way for most female singers today. She was the first lady to make the cross from country to pop. She was a feminist in her time - she was bold and brassy and told it like it was. Of course, she also had a heart of gold. Her unique style and never-forgotten voice are admired by fans as well as other musicians around the world. I'm saddened by the fact that Ms. Cline was struck down at such a young age, but the memory and voice of this incredible woman will live on in the hearts of all those who enjoy her and her music. Although I was not able to know Ms. Cline's work until MANY years after her death, she is and will always be on the top of my list! Thank you ~
Amy Graham <>
Centerville, MN - Sunday, March 28, 1999 at 08:11:56 (MET DST)
Andrea Behl asks if it bugs anyone else when LeAnn Rimes is dubbed as the new Patsy Cline. Yes, it annoys me. LeAnn has talent but although she has some of the qualities of Patsy she can never be Patsy's equal. Maybe LeAnn can be better than Patsy in some areas but Patsy is unique and will never be surpassed. Regards to all, Bernard
Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Friday, March 26, 1999 at 14:50:14 (MET)
There is a CD where Patsy Cline is being inteviewed in between the songs. I specially remember Patsy Cline laughing in the interview about "Three Cigerettes". Can anyone help me find the ISBN or tittle for this CD, because no one knows a lot about Country Music or Patsy Cline in Denmark.
Gunvor Pedersen <>
Copenhagen, Denmark - Wednesday, March 24, 1999 at 21:22:27 (MET)
Comment: You are probably referring to "The Birth of a Star" from Razor & Tie (RE 2108-2), released in 1996, which features Patsy's performances on the Arthur Godfrey Show. The same material (with a few differences) has also been released on a CD called "Discovery". I can't remember the name of the record company right now. If I'm not totally mistaken, the "Discovery" CD is a European release, while "The Birth of a Star" is an American release. Maybe someone else can submit more detailed info on "Discovery"? /Per
Hey, Charlie........long time no see, eh?!! Good to see you and Julie posting to the board.....I know it means a lot to all the Patsy fans all over the world. The dress that you say was given to the "Stoneman Family".... is that the same Stoneman as, I think it was Scotty Stoneman that won a contest that Patsy had entered and he won playing the fiddle, wasn't it???? I remember reading that somewhere.....but I can't remember the contest....??? Just wonderin'........ XO
Logan Wells <>
Cleveland, OH USA - Saturday, March 20, 1999 at 04:42:44 (MET)
What a wonderful site! Whenever I reveal to people who my favorite singer is, they usually remark, "Who?!?" It is great to read so many comments by people who have also been touched by such a phenomenal artist. By the way, does it bug anyone else when LeAnn Rimes is refered to as the "Next Patsy Cline?"
Audra Behl <>
- Friday, March 19, 1999 at 22:26:09 (MET)
I very much like her songs. It feels like passingtime is meanless and the power of the heart is above all...
Octavian Virgiliu Rosca <>
Bucharest, Romania - Friday, March 19, 1999 at 15:08:35 (MET)
Okay, folks. We're gonna try something new... I now have an email address where we can be reached. I am going to try this out and I hope I can keep up. You guys take it easy on this "Net First Grader" okay!?! The address is and so far it is working. So, now I can try to keep up with you guys! Okay... "talk" to you soon. Julie & Charlie & all
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Friday, March 19, 1999 at 00:09:31 (MET)

Reading about the dress that might/might not have been Patsy's is interesting. Does anyone know whether any of Patsy's original "cowgirl" outfits are for sale/auction anywhere? I know she quit wearing them after a while, but they still remind me of Patsy. Karra Porter
Karra Porter <>
Salt Lake City, UT - Thursday, March 18, 1999 at 05:06:47 (MET)
It is true that Patsy sold two of the western suits that Hilda made for her. Patsy stopped wearing so many of the western look outfits, and that is when she sold two of them to Pearl. Hilda has always been a semstress and has sold clothes she had made. None were made for Pearl. One of the dresses Pearl bought is in the Hall of Fame in Nashville. The dress at the Hall of Fame, I believe is white. The dress Pearl bought were not actually dresses, but two piece outfits. To the best of my knowledge, Patsy only had two western "dresses": one was purchased from "Nudie", the rodeo tailor in Hollywood, and the other was a dress made by Hilda, and the objects on that dress were from a deck of playing cards (hearts, spades, diamonds, and clubs). The "Nudie" dress was given to Hilda when Patsy died, and Patsy had already sold the other dress to Donna Stoneman, of "The Stoneman Family". If someone does have a picture of Patsy in the dress Donny is asking about, I would love to see it, too. Charlie
Charlie Dick
Nashville, TN USA - Monday, March 15, 1999 at 17:45:55 (MET)

I Love the Patsy Fan Club. I love this site, it is awesome.
Jeffrey <>
Pekin,IL, USA - Sunday, March 14, 1999 at 23:12:11 (MET)
Hey all did you see the Opry on TV last night (3-13-99)? They inducted Trisha Yearwood to the Opry. She is the 71st active member, I believe. Towards the end of the evening Bruce Hinton, Pres. of MCA-Nashville came onstage for a presentation. He then asked Charlie Dick and Julie Fudge to join him. He recongized that Trisha is a Patsy fan and collector. He then presented Trisha a framed silver necklace that Patsy wore. Trisha was very touched. She then sang "Sweet Dreams" very nicely. Keep in eye for a Franklin Mint musical plate honoring Patsy later this year. Always, Jimmy W.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky - Sunday, March 14, 1999 at 16:39:40 (MET)
Tributes to Patsy, the BBC played a new song by a Norwegian singer Edel Ellingson (that is almost certainly spelt wrong, sorry) called "Thanks to Patsy". It tells how hearing Patsy made Edel a fan of country and swing. Many of Patsy's titles are woven into the lyrics and, to me, it sounds very good. In the UK it is an import on Dial G records. Regards to all.
Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Saturday, March 13, 1999 at 17:22:07 (MET)
I have a dress, that a lady brought to me, she believed to once be owned by Patsy. Charlie Dick has seen a picture of the dress and doesn't recall it. It does have a label in it that states: Specially handcrafted by Hilda V. Hensley. The lady that brought it to me related this info: Patsy gave or sold it to Pearl Butler who then loaned or gave it to this lady's neighbor. When the neighbor moved out of state, she threw the dress away in a box on the street! When the moving van pulled off, she pulled the dress from the trash. This was over 20 years ago. Since then it has mostly been in her closet with a few wearings in talent shows children's dress up times. When she brought it in to me, she didn't even know that Hilda Hensley was Patsy's mother. Charlie Dick did confirm that Patsy gave a number of dresses to Pearl Butler. There is the possibility that Mrs. Hensley made this one for Pearl and was never a "Patsy dress". I have looked through the pictures on this site and others and have not found one with Patsy wearing this dress. If such a picture exists and any of you could help, it would be most appreciated.

The dress can be viewed at:

Donny Monk <>
Franklin, TN USA - Friday, March 12, 1999 at 06:13:28 (MET)

Hi everyone ! thought I would stop by, and see if anything was new. It's great to hear that there is going to be a Patsy Cline look alike contest in New York City. If I had the chance to go I certaintly would attend. Sorry I missed posting hear on March 5, the day we lost Patsy. It is always a sad day for me. Is anyone aware of any tributes that may have been done on TV March 5, in honor of Patsy? I don't know about the rest of you all, but I think we are way over due for a new patsy CD for '99. Lets all keep our fingers crossed. Also for all of you that haven't filled out Lisa Flood's survey for the new Patsy Cline figurine should do so. I think we all need to show our support for this item. So make sure you check it out at "Patsified", Lisa will certaintly appreicate your help. Thanks!
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, PA USA - Friday, March 12, 1999 at 04:26:17 (MET)
For many years I always wistled the tune "Crazy" not knowing who the singer of it was. I always held (and still do) the tune dear to my heart. One day, on my way back home from work, I turned on one the local country music stations. At the time they were having a flash back weekend. They were playing many old country tunes (names escape me for I am a newcommer to country) and there, on the lonely road, "Crazy" came on. I sang along (with my squeeqy voice) at the top of my lungs. Then I heard the anouncer mention the name Patsy Cline. I am glad I heard the name, for now I can't get enough of her. Patsy, though you may be long gone, you will never be forgotten. Your music sudes the acheing heart.
William <>
Massapequa, NY USA - Sunday, March 07, 1999 at 05:07:10 (MET)
I think this site is great. I was only a year and three days old when Patsy died, yet I grew up listening to my mother sing her songs. I have always loved her music and her voice. Today I own several of her CDs and can play her over and over without ever tiring of her voice. What a lady!!!! Thanks
John E Armstrong <>
Sudbury, on Canada - Saturday, March 06, 1999 at 18:29:10 (MET)
Patsy has been, and always will be, my favorite country singer. She was a real lady and a fantastic person. We will always miss her and her music.
Chequita Perdue <>
Sylacauga, Alabama - Saturday, March 06, 1999 at 18:17:09 (MET)
If you're in Las Vegas this the Sharon Haynes and the Jordanaires will be doing a musical tribute to Patsy at the Gold Coast Hotel. Also until April, fans can catch "Always Patsy Cline" at the Ordway Theater in St. Paul, MN. Today marks the 36th anniversary of Patsy's death. I know all us fans miss her. Always, Jimmy
Jim Walker <>
Lexington, ky USA - Saturday, March 06, 1999 at 00:03:24 (MET)
Hey fans, in the 3-9-99 issue of Country Weekly on page 42-43 there is an unplished photo of Patsy and a singer Frankie Ray. There is also a nice story about him meeting Patsy and the advice he gave her. Certainly a surprise to me to see this. Interesting note: I have a publicity photo used for The Flame club. It is the standard cowgirl outfit with her hand on knee. The photo is courtsey of The Flame Theater. I would say she was in the club in December or early Jan. At the bottom are appearance dates of other Jan. performance. Could this all be tied together? Remembering Patsy! Always, Jimmy Walker 2-28-99
Jim Walker <>
Lexington, KY - Sunday, February 28, 1999 at 20:46:44 (MET)
Patsy, You touched the lives of millions, then & now. I was shocked when I saw so many young people on this web page. The love & respect these people have for you is overwhelming. I have a 6 year old daughter who looks up to you as a singer & roll model, she knows your movie word for word. As a mother I'm glad it's you. We play your CD alot because we love your music & I want my 3 year old to know who you are, teaching our children about you & listening to your music will keep your memory ALIVE FOREVER. I can't wait to get to heaven to meet you. Love Ya always, Raylene Brown & Victoria
Raylene Brown <>
New Albany, PA US - Saturday, February 27, 1999 at 22:42:19 (MET)
Hi everybody! Does anyone know if there are ANY Patsy recordings (in concert or otherwise) out there anywhere that have NOT been released? After "Cimarron Ballroom" came out, it made me think that there MUST be some other stuff out there somwhere that we haven't heard yet. Any thoughts? Great site!
Frank C <>
Minneapolis, MN - Saturday, February 27, 1999 at 08:12:21 (MET)
Oh, and Steve, I just read your entry on "Wayward Wind".......I love that song......we include it in our show....and I am getting airplay on my recording of it in this region.....but a dj had told me once that Gogi Grant had a big hit with it...he said it was #1 on the charts for over a year.... that is UNHEARD OF THESE DAYS......I wonder if any other artist ever had a hit song #1 for that long a time period......awesome! I can't remember the year tho'....I think it was 1952 or 1956.........?????
Logan Wells <>
Cleveland, OH USA - Wednesday, February 24, 1999 at 16:05:12 (MET)
Hi Per - hope all is well with you and yours! Keep up the good work on a super site!! KEEP IT COUNTRY!
Logan Wells <>
Cleveland, OH USA - Wednesday, February 24, 1999 at 16:00:36 (MET)
Patsy Cline is one of the best singers of all time. She rules.
- Monday, February 22, 1999 at 20:55:33 (MET)
After about 6 amstel lights earlier today, I have concluded that "The Wayward Wind", by Patsy Cline, is the single most beautiful record I have ever heard. Curious though, about the vintage of the record vis a vis the Gogi Grant recording of the same song.
Steve <>
Orange, CA USA - Monday, February 22, 1999 at 04:57:36 (MET)
Hello, I am a huge Patsy Cline fan!!! She is my idol!! I am only 13 but I don't care, I only like older music, but Patsy's music is timeless. I have NEVER heard a voice like Patsy Cline's and I doubt I ever will. I have her tape and cd, but I am so mad because I have her record but my record player is broken and I have to buy a new one so I can't listen to it. My favorite movie is defenetly "Sweet Dreams", I have it, and I watch all the time, just like I listen Patsy's music all the time. I also like "Coal Miner's Daughter". Patsy Cline is the BEST!!!!
Megan J <>
- Saturday, February 20, 1999 at 00:22:52 (MET)
Patsy Cline's music has helped me through the ups and downs of my life.
Karen Suessegger <>
Bordentown, NJ USA - Wednesday, February 17, 1999 at 14:49:29 (MET)
Howdy Everybody! It's been a while since I've signed in, but I do visit. By the way, has anyone obtained the Patsy Cline porcelain figurine yet? I want to wish a Happy Valentine's Day to all Patsy's fans. I hope your day is filled with love, flowers, candy, and of course, the beautiful music of The Cline.
SueBee <>
NY - Saturday, February 13, 1999 at 14:20:41 (MET)
Love your site. I am a huge Patsy fan and listen to her music wherever I can.
Yvonne <>
Australia - Friday, February 12, 1999 at 17:49:37 (MET)
Hello everybody! As you can see on my email adress, I'm a very big Elvis fan. But 7 years ago a friend of mine let me hear a tape with some countrysongs. On the tape was also "I FALL TO PIECES", and it was love on first sight. I had heard women sing like she did. My first Patsy CD was "Sweet Dreams" (OST) And from that moment on I bought more music from THE QUEEN OF COUNTRY MUSIC. My favorite is "Sweet dreams" and "Crazy", but "Crazy dreams" is also one of the songs that I play everytime. I have also read "I FALL TO PIECES" from Mark Bego, and I think that it is a very good book. And now there are two stars in my life: THE KING ELVIS PRESLEY and THE QUEEN PATSY CLINE. Both they sing for the real King, but here on earth we will always REMEMBER THEM.
Greetings from Holland
Bert vander Sluis <>
Utrecht, Holland - Friday, February 12, 1999 at 11:22:22 (MET)
I have always been a fan and friend of Patsy's. We played together when we were kids. I only lived three houses from her on Kent Street. I have written a couple of poems about her, and if you go to Hoss' Wall on the Homesick Texan, you will see one of them. She was one of a kind, and there may be impersonators out there, but there never will be another Patsy Cline. Eugene Maphis, Winchester Va. Home of Patsy Cline.
Eugene Maphis <>
Winchester Va., - Friday, February 12, 1999 at 03:42:12 (MET)
Just like most other red-blooded Americans, I love the woman we all know as Patsy Cline! I listen to her music every day! I even sing and dance with my daughters (ages 2 and 1) in our living room!!! When my two year old was first born she had colic... All I had to do is put in a Patsy CD and she would be off to sleepy town. I even had a dream once that I was at a show and she asked me to come on her bus and fix her hair! I was born in 1973, the year she was inducted to the Hall of Fame, and that's a land mark for me!! I love you Patsy... Always have and always will!!
Emily Sams <>
Athens, Oh USA - Wednesday, February 10, 1999 at 05:27:08 (MET)
Patsy's voice, talent and emotion ladensinging has just been a source of comfort and strength for an aquaintance of mine who has far more than her fair share of misfortune. Where therapists failed to break the cycle of depression the voice of Patsy has worked. What a person she was and still is. Bernard
Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Saturday, February 06, 1999 at 10:04:15 (MET)
I suspect I'm like many Patsy Cline fans. She died long before I was born. I never appreciated her music until I was in my early 20's, hanging out at the bars, looking for romance. I never thought I'd like her style of music. Good to see I'm not the only one.
Lou Minatti <>
Katy, TX - Saturday, February 06, 1999 at 06:15:13 (MET)
I am eternally grateful to my friend Artie Flynn for introducing me to the music of Patsy Cline many years ago. When I need a lift, I put on a Patsy Cline CD. When I listen to Patsy, I always feel that she is singing just for me, my own personal concert. No other singer's music touches me this way, and probably never will.
Bill Bredin <>
Orangeburg, NY USA - Friday, February 05, 1999 at 19:24:29 (MET)
Hi, I would just like to say I love Patsy Cline. She was gone before I was born, but I was raised listening to her and alot of the other country singers. Plus a few rock and roll, but it was the good rock. Not some of the stuff you hear today. I just want to say Patsy was one of the best. I love her music. Especially "Crazy". I love that and "I go walking after midnight". This was just a note to let you know she is thought of alot. But, after looking through here you already knew that... Thank you, Pam
Pam Hardee
Lumberton, NC 28358 - Tuesday, February 02, 1999 at 05:24:46 (MET)
Hi Everybody! In the movie, "Sweet Dreams", there is a scene when Patsy sings "I Fall To Pieces" for the first that song, the part of the song when the Jordanaires sing background (" can I be just your friend?") is very different from the studio recording of "I Fall to Pieces"....In the movie, the Jordanaires are MUCH louder....almost as if the moviemakers are exaggerating their part of the song to prove the point that they are in it (much to Patsy's protest)....has anyone else noticed that, and is there a reason that filmmaker exaggerated the volume of the Jordanaires....and, how did they do it?
Frank C <>
Chaska, MN USA - Monday, February 01, 1999 at 04:09:14 (MET)
Comment: A master tape contains several channels (even if it is mono), and the various microphones in the studio can be connected to different channels. Then, when the recording is mixed, you can choose to make one channel louder than another, or vice versa. It's up to the producer and/or the engineer. In the movie, I believe that they have remixed the songs rather heavily, and they have also added extra instruments that were not on the original recordings. /Per
Wanda, - that reminds me of another tune that Trisha Yearwood did called "X's & O's" - one of her first big hits.....the second verse says something like, "Well, she's got her God, and she's got good wine, Aretha Franklin and Patsy Cline............" Somehow The Cline and wine go together!!!!! LOL! Oh well, Howdy to everybody......hope the new year is treating ya'll well!! God Bless - Logan :o)
Logan <>
Cleveland, OH usa - Saturday, January 30, 1999 at 15:28:07 (MET)
I am trying to find out about a possibly 'new' country song that mentions 'Drinking wine and listening to Patsy Cline'. Does anyone know anything about this record? This came up on another discussion board I subscribe to, I admitted that when I drink wine at home I usually end up listening to Patsy!! Thank you,
Wanda <>
London, UK - Thursday, January 28, 1999 at 15:27:11 (MET)
Comment: The song you are referring to is probably "A bottle of wine and Patsy Cline", recorded by Marsha Thornton in 1990. The song is on her first album "Marsha Thornton" (MCA MCAD-42319). This CD is hard to come by these days... I found my copy at a used records site on the net. It is a very nice song. Part of it is also played in the "Remembering Patsy" video that is still available. /Per
Hi Everyone, I am situtated in England. I have always been an avid fan of Patsy Cline, I have most of her CDs. My favorites are "Crazy" and "I fall to Pieces". I have the Patsy Cline Story on Video and watch it at least once or twice a month. Glad to have found other fans at last. She IS the greatest.
Don Ramsey <>
Chertsey, Surrey - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 23:34:47 (MET)
I first heard of Patsy Cline about 11 years ago when my sister and I were watching HBO and we saw the movie "Sweet Dreams". I was mesmorized by her voice. Jessica Lange portrayed such a vivid character. I had never heard of Patsy Cline, but I felt that this was exactly the way she probably would have interpreted the songs. I have been a Patsy Cline Fan from that day forward. Patsy Cline has touched my life through the years in many ways. The songs she sang have so much meaning and I can relate to a lot of them. I'm of Mexican descent and am a singer of the Mariachi style of music. Pedro Fernandez, a famous Mexican singer, sang "Crazy" on one of his albums. This just goes to prove that her life has touched people throughout the world. I watch "Sweet Dreams" whenever I have the opportunity. I sing her songs during my shows with Mariachi arrangements, yes in English. I just wanted to share a little of the story of how I became a Patsy Cline Fan. Patsy: "We love and miss you imensely. May the Lord above keep you in his loving care. We'll never let your memory die!" /Orlando-Antonio Jimenez, Las Cruces, New Mexico
Orlando-Antonio Jimenez <>
Las Cruces, NM, N USA - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 16:06:22 (MET)
Hi hosses everywhere! Man, it sure is a long way from Dover, TN or Murray, KY to California. Thought I would share this experience with you. A couple of weeks ago my sister and I were in this antique shop. I heard "Crazy" playing over the radio and heard this woman say that she could not do her work and listen to Patsy at the same time. I thought lord, if you only knew the half of it. By the way, I have been writing some songs and as soon as I can get my guitar I will be working on them some more. I have wanted to be a country singer all my life and one of these days, hoss, its gonna happen. Yall have a splendid day.
Wade Settle <>
Temecula , CA - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 18:17:29 (MET)
Just some quick info here. For any of you that have been trying to order the "Discovery" CD from "CDNOW", you can also get a copy of "Discovery" from "Collector's Choice" music. When I ordered my copy a couple of months ago, they still had over 100 copies left!! I'm not sure of their URL, but if anyone does, please post here for those interested in this superb CD. One reason someone might want to order from "Collector's choice" is, they stock it in their warehouse here in the states. "Discovery" CD is considered to be "discontinued", and that staus is from any company you order from. Most other company's from what I have been told order "Discovery" from somewhere in Europe. So if your having a problem with other CD company's, give "Collector's Choice" music a try.
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, PA USA.. - Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 21:27:41 (MET)
Re: Life's Railway To Heaven
This is a good question - who penned this song? - that may draw any avid Patsy Cline fan to the music archives. Take a moment to remind yourself where country music got it's origins, then you'll know how really old this song is. When English, Scottish, and Irish settlers immigrated to America, they brought with them a numerous collection of old folk songs and dance music handed down to them from previous generations. Religious music (hymns) were typically sung by these people so I have read. Just like the black slaves (who brought over the banjo), many songs were ones meant to reflect hard times and the life struggles experienced in the new world. Most of them were meant to uplift people's spirits. "Life's Railway to Heaven" was what Owen Bradley and Patsy recalled as an old southern country song from the 1890's entitled "Life is Like a Mountain Railroad". Unfortunately, many songs of that time had no copyrights so those who may have penned many soulful laments found their works later became public domain. However, there was a Kentucky country songwriter named Will Hays in 1871 who penned "The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane" later recorded by radio performer, Fiddlin' John Carson. Now, he may be worth looking up to see if he wrote the song now credited to song arranger W. S. Stevenson known now as "Life's Railway to Heaven" sung beautifully by Patsy Cline. Apparently, Bradley recalled Patsy's gospel tunes broadcasted on Wally Fowler's All Night Sing show and believed Patsy would like to record this song along with "Just A Closer Walk With Thee". Patsy enjoyed singing in Church - especially gospel music, and it seemed fitting both for country music fans and for herself. As it was, Patsy was having a frustrating, bad time in her own personal life and her last hit Walkin' After Midnight did not put much money in her pocket. Why not sing a woeful song - sure fit the moment. I hope this information will be helpful to you. I enjoyed writing to you. From one PC fan to another - Take care. Sincerely, Beth Singer.
Beth Singer <>
Madison, WI - Monday, January 18, 1999 at 19:38:00 (MET)
Hey all, just wanted to add something to my last posting here about Billboard magazine. Billboard can be found on the Web, but not information on Patsy Cline. You'll have to pick up a copy of Billboard to see this info. Sorry for the confussion.
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, PA USA.. - Saturday, January 16, 1999 at 19:52:25 (MET)
Johnny, thanks for the correction. One of Johnny's neat pictures is in the new issue of Country Weekly, (The main stories has artist from TX). In the section were they do Country Music history they mentioned Patsy's appearance on Godfrey, the 21, Jan is 42 yrs!
Jimmy Walker
Lex, ky - Friday, January 15, 1999 at 22:36:10 (MET)
Just a little note here for credit where credit is due ~ The mailing list for Patsy Cline "Sweet Dreams" video was by Patsy Walen ~ She did a good job with it during the holidays ~ Mandy Goff, who had a Patsy Cline page, now have the great "Hey Loretta" website ~ Good luck with your webpage, Jimmy, if you need any help just let me know ~ Wishing all the Patsy Cline fans out there the best of everthing in 1999 ~ Johnny
Johnny Franklin <>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Thursday, January 14, 1999 at 20:23:40 (MET)
I'm needing to find out who wrote the song "Life's Railway to Heaven" and I know Patsy sang it beautifully. Anybody out there know the answer? Please email me rather than posting to the forum. Many many thanks.
Mike Ehret <>
Elkhart, IN USA - Thursday, January 14, 1999 at 17:58:28 (MET)
Wanted to take a few minutes to reflect on Patsy in the 1998 year. It was a great year as usual. We saw many great things happening. In January we saw "Always Patsy Cline" end its limited run at The Ryman Aud. in Nashville with Mandy Barnett and Tere Myers. In April "Just A Closer Walk" returned to Nashville's Texas Troubadour Theater for a 2nd season with Lisa Layne and Danny Pickett. We also saw Midwest Magazine do an indepth article on Patsy that included many rare pictures. We also got the great news that Patsy would be honored with a Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1999. Always Patsy Cline Fan club continue to grow to over 800 members. Several members got together in Sept to hear the news that the Patsy Cline musuem will open in the year 2001! Trips to Nashville for the fan club were highly sucessful including a trip backstage at the Grand Ole Opry thanks to Geo. Hamilton IV. In the fall the book, "The Real Patsy Cline" was released in Canada. Dec. saw the release of the movie-bio on Patsy "Sweet Dreams" including a new cover. In the fall the 1995 Branson show, "Patsy!" had a North America tour with Gail Bliss reprising her role. Of course the internet interest keep growing. Lisa Flood's "Patsified" site opened in March. Later in the year Lisa's site and this site were honored by CDNow for being the Patsy sites to be! Amber Miller opened her sucessful mailing list at Onelist. Many new fans were able to get together. Mandy Goff opened a mailing list so the fans cold chat about the movie "Sweet Dreams".
With all the great happenings there were some sad events as well. In 1998 we saw the passing of several great people. One of the most shocking was that of Hilda Hensley, Patsy's mom in Dec. A great piece of history went with her. She was the one in the early years and throughout the years supporting Pasty. Driving, sewing, advice, etc. We also saw the passing of Owen Bradley (Patsy's prducer), Floyd Cramer, Grandpa Jones, Justin Tubb, Carl Perkins, Cliffie Stone, Tammy Wynette, Roy Rogers, and Gene Autry. I know I left someone out, there seemed to be another after the shock of the last wore off.
1999 looks great for Patsy fans. We are all excited about the April release of Mandy Barnett's new Sire CD. Hopefully MCA can come with another great product for Patsy. We get a trip to Hollywood for the Star. There will be a 3 rd season of "A Closer Walk" in Nashville. In March the much anticipate porclein figurine of Patsy is to be released. Of course Labor Day weekend all of us fans get the opporitunity to meet up in Winchester VA.
Well here is to 1999! Per, thanks for this great site and allowing us to get all the Patsy news out and help others. To all the fans, thanks for keeping Patsy's memery and music alive. Together we can make a difference.
Always, Jimmy W. Charter member of Always Patsy Cline
ps please excuse any typos I may have made, I tried to catch 'em.
Jim Walker <>
Lex, Ky - Wednesday, January 13, 1999 at 20:30:20 (MET)
Hey all, In regards to Shane's notice of the charts. This has happened the past few years because of the Christmas releases. Give it another week or so and Patsy will move back up there. Always, Jimmy
Jim Walker
- Wednesday, January 13, 1999 at 16:12:02 (MET)
I'd like to add alittle to what Jimmy said in his last posting. Hello everyone; from a very cold, snowy, and icy Wmspt, PA. I am ready for Spring, you all, but that's another topic, of course. On top of TNN rereleasing "Life and times", A&E network is rereleasing their biographies on country singers. Yes, Patsy Cline is included. If you already have the VHS "Remembering Patsy" that's basically what A&E is running their special from. Of course, it is an edited version of this documented biography first released by Hallway Productions. Although it is still fun to watch it on national TV, gives Patsy Cline the exposure she well deserves. Have you all checked out Billboard Magazine lately? Patsy Cline's chart position has dropped somewhat. For all of you that are not familair with Billboard Magazine, they keep track of how everyone is doing selling wise. From dance music to country music. Patsy Cline is listed under "Top Country Catalog albums". She is charted for: "Greatest Hit's" which as been on these catalog charts for about 610 weeks, at 8 million and some odd copies sold. Other CD's of Patsy's have charted in the past, like "Heartaches" which has sold under the platuim statis. "The Patsy Cline Story" also charted briefly around #22, selling at 1 million copies. You will not find this information on the web, you can only refere to it in Billboard Magazine itself. Each week this magazine is updated. so check it out, you can usually find a copy of billboard in your local record store. Take care, everyone. Shane
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, PA USA... - Monday, January 11, 1999 at 22:58:17 (MET)
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