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Happy New Millennium!

Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Friday, December 31, 1999 at 12:54:07 (MET)

I really love Patsy! I never listened to country music before until I happened to turn the radio station over and heard an oldies show. I thought, who is this singing? I have been a fan ever since. That was over 13 years ago! About 5 years ago I started to karoke, and I have been told that I sound alot like Patsy! Yeah, I wish!! I have won a few contests singing mainly "Walkin' After Midnight", my most favorite! I also love some of her gospel songs! I wish she was still here. (Don't we all?) I'm sure she'd still be lettin' em have it!! Hey hoss, we sure do miss ya!
Susanne Thurman
Alexis, IL USA - Thursday, December 30, 1999 at 22:23:13 (MET)
I just wanted to say to Patsy Cline's family that you all were very blessed to have her a part of your life. Ever since I was very young I have listened to her and loved her dearly. She is the greatest vocalist I have ever heard and I don't think that anyone will ever compare to her. All her songs have so much feeling and emotion in them, and when I listen to them and perform them, I feel that there is a little bit of Patsy in the room with me. I know this may be weird and strange to alot of you, but I just started impersonating Patsy Cline. I am a female impersonator and am greatly honored everytime I perform to her. I have never had so much compassion. Everytime I get on stage you would not believe the response I get from the crowd. They love her, EVERYONE LOVES HER and I am so appreciative that I have the ability to impersonate her.

I hope that this does not offend anyone because I am not trying to, I just wanted to show my gratitude towards Mrs. Cline. If anyone has some tips to offer me, I am always looking for new costume ideas and songs, I am in the process of getting a dress made for my next show. I am going to be performing "When I Get Through With You, You'll Love me Too", and "I fall to Pieces". Right now I am looking for an antique microphone that they used back then for one of my shows, and if anyone knows where I can get one, I would greatly appreciate it. And I was also wondering, how many versions of "Blue Moon of Kentucky" were there? If anyone knows, please email me. I love Patsy Cline and God Bless her family and all her fans =)
Jeff Cherry <>
Arlington, TX USA - Thursday, December 30, 1999 at 07:15:35 (MET)

Merry Christmas Per, and everyone! I just wanted to send a greeting to everyone, and I do apologize for not having written sooner. We have been pretty busy around here. My family and Richard's family come to our house for the holidays. There are about 25 here at one time. We enjoy having them. I also have more family scattered from Nashville, thru Kentucky, and Virginia, up to Delaware and cousins in Cape Cod, and down to Ft. Worth and San Antonio, Texas. Also have a lot of friends from here to Canada, and out to California, down to Savannah, Georgia, and a lot of points in between!

Then, of course there are so many "fan friends" from all points of the world. I feel so very privileged to know so many people, from so many different places. I just can hardly comprehend it when I receive cards from the UK, or Ireland, and email from Australia! It is truly "a small world". Thank you for the opportunity to know you all.

As I said, we have been very busy, and I am sorry I haven't spoken with everyone. I did see the recent entry from Erica Dawn, and I hope all is going well. Dad and I have received many tapes, and still do. I enjoy listening, and thank everyone. When someone asks us how to "get in the business", it is honestly something that we are not even involved with these days. The music business has changed so much. I wish I could help more, but I have never been involved in that way. I am always touched by someone that has been inspired by my Mom. You can never know how nice it is to know that she made a difference in so many lives. I think it is exciting that I can be in touch with so many people around the world, at this time in the history of the world. I hope all of you have a great New Year celebration, and pray God's blessings and protection for you all. I also pray that this New Year will be a wonderful time for you, and that God will continue to bless you.

I want to thank all of you for always thinking of our family, and for being so kind. I pray that you all will know how special you are. Not just because you are fans of Patsy Cline, but because you are God's children, and no matter where you are in this world, or what you have, or do not have, you are special, and "God loves each of us as if there were only one of us". He gave his only Son so that we could be saved. I hope that you have accepted His free gift. I do not mean to offend anyone's beliefs. This is just my prayer for you.

Thank you, Per, for all your hard work and the time you put into this site. You are such a great host! Thanks to everyone for your notes and well wishes. Please write and keep in touch. I love to hear from you all. I will close now, and stop taking up so much of the little time that is left in 1999! Happy Holidays, and a Wonderful New Year! From Julie, Richard, Michelle, Christopher, and Andrew... and Randy and Charlie.......and for Mom; Thanks for remembering.


or write to:

Legacy, Inc.
3807 Dickerson Road
Suite N
Nashville, TN 37080


Julie Fudge
P.O. Box 462
Joelton, TN 37080
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Tuesday, December 28, 1999 at 18:27:25 (MET)

Wishing Patsy's family and friends and fans a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. And special wishes to Per for this fan forum.
Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Saturday, December 25, 1999 at 15:35:07 (MET)
I wish all Patsifans and their families a very Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year. Christmas came early in NY with the arrival of the Patsy Cline 2000 calendar yesterday. It's fabulous! I hope Santa leaves lots of Patsy Cline goodies under your tree. Merry Christmas All!
SueBee <>
N.Y. - Friday, December 24, 1999 at 11:17:59 (MET)

Merry Christmas!

Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Friday, December 24, 1999 at 10:18:23 (MET)

Just wanted to wish everyone a very safe and happy holiday!!!!!! I hope you enjoy it!!!!!!! Party like it's 1999!!!!! :o) Always, Erica Dawn
Erica Dawn Synowsky <>
Butler, PA 16001 - Friday, December 24, 1999 at 04:00:44 (MET)
I know "Crazy" was a big hit for Patsy in the UK a few years ago. It is nice to see that Patsy is still remembered. I am sure this makes our Wales UK based fan club happy. They have over 75 members thanks to Linda Stonehouse. Happy Holidays everyone! Jimmy, 12-23-99
Jimmy <>
Lexington, Ky - Thursday, December 23, 1999 at 16:10:04 (MET)
Just cannot get enough of this wonderful site. It is always so rewarding to read daily and see the interest of all the new people who love Patsy and her captivating singing. Just keep on sending news of her to each other, making sure everyone on the Planet hears that wonderful voice. We truly wish everyone who visits this site a very Merry Christmas, especially my "Patsy-Puppies". Love, Annie and Norm Armstrong
Annie Armstrong <>
Guelph, Ontario, Canada - Thursday, December 23, 1999 at 03:35:53 (MET)
I want to wish all of you a Merry X-mas & Happy New Year 2000!!!
Jacki <>
ON Canada - Wednesday, December 22, 1999 at 20:40:04 (MET)
I turned on the TV the other day and LeAnn Rimes was singing "CRAZY". She looked very sexy and glamorous, but the song sounded emotionally flat. She has released the song as a single in the UK. I guess Patsy's music will live on into the next century! Most of you probably know this but "CRAZY" was voted the #1 country song of all times in the UK recently. I read in a country magazine that a hamburger chain in Britian was using the song in their commercials and the radio station airing the ad was flooding with calls asking WHO that was singing the song. It was the one and only Patsy Cline!
Pam Underwood <rluwood@prodigy,net>
Raleigh, NC USA - Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 16:43:00 (MET)
Hey Everyone! I've always wanted to ask a certain question here, but I've been forgetting over the past couple years and now I finally remembered what it was... On the songwriter credits for "Don't Ever Leave Me Again", it mentions 'Virginia Hensley' as one of the composers. Is this Patsy? Did she help write that song? Just wondering. Take care ya'll and have a safe, happy, and wonderful Christmas. May God be with you and your families at this special time. Luv Always, George
George Hewitt <>
Sherwood Park, AB Canada - Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 07:49:51 (MET)
Comment: Yes, it is Patsy. She is listed in the credits for that song, and also for "A Stranger In My Arms", that was recorded in the same session (April 24, 1957, one of the two New York sessions). According to Ellis Nassour and his book "Honky Tonk Angel", Virginia Hensley is also listed in the credits for Barbara Vaughn's "Wicked Love" from 1956. /Per
I loved your site!! I've been a huge fan of Patsy since I was a little girl. My dad would always play her songs. She has the most magical voice in the whole!! I just visited your site briefly and will be back to it--I was wondering if anyone can tell me what happened to her kids and where/what they are doing now?? It'd be most appreciated!
P.S. Happy Holidays to All!! - Carrie
Carrie <>
California - Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 00:38:50 (MET)
Comment: Thanks for your kind words! Patsy's daughter Julie, and her dad Charlie Dick (Patsy's husband), are very active in keeping Patsy's memory alive, and Julie has written in this forum many times! Charlie has also made an entry here. Julie's brother Randy is keeping a low profile, and I don't know much about him. If you want to contact Julie or Charlie via e-mail, you can reach them both at this address: They are also participating in Bill Cox's mailing list PatsyClineFans2. /Per
Hi, I've been a Patsy fan ever since I saw her on the Authur Godfrey show in 1957. I just bought her book of letters to Treva, "Love Always, Patsy", I couldn't put it down until I read it all the way through. What a book!!! In one letter dated Jan 22, 1959, Patsy mentions a song she wrote, "A Sometime Marriage", I wonder if anyone could tell me what became of this song. Thanks.
Jimmy Cee <>
Baltimore, Md U.S.A. - Saturday, December 18, 1999 at 04:51:41 (MET)
I've been looking for an album or CD of Patsy Cline's that contains the song "You Belong To Me" - the one that begins with the words "See the pyramids along the Nile, watch the sunrise on a tropic isle..." If anyone knows what albums/CDs contain this song, please e-mail me.
Mary Murdock <>
N Ireland - Friday, December 17, 1999 at 12:46:35 (MET)
Comment: Browse thru my Patsy Cline Records page! I'm sure you will find several LPs and CDs containing that song. /Per
Hi, I recently posted a message for Julie and everyone. Well, I made my new CD, complete with Patsy's songs and all. I missed the last festival in Winchester for Patsy, and would love to sing there, to honor Patsy. I was wondering if anyone knew who or how to get in contact with someone or some group that makes decisions like that. Thanks so much for reading. Take care! Always, Erica Dawn ~*~*~*I'll be loving you...always, with a love that's true always~*~*~*
P.S. Has anyone gotten the new Patsy CD "Duets"? I'm getting it for Christmas and was wondering what you guys thought of it?
Erica Dawn <>
Butler, PA - Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 06:44:49 (MET)
Check out the Loretta headlines on! Here's a link:
Dottie <>
- Thursday, December 09, 1999 at 15:34:06 (MET)
I love Patsy, she is the greatest singer of all times.
Ingunn Myrdal <>
Iceland - Monday, December 06, 1999 at 23:50:03 (MET)
Hi! Per, I love your page and have visited many many times. I'm a huge Patsy fan and was wondering something. Who now lives in Patsy's house on Nella Drive? I have wondered that for a while now and after reading about her "fancy" bathroom with the gold sprinkled in it, I have thought about how it would be neat to be able to SEE it. Wouldn't it be great if some organization bought the house and opened it to the public as a kind of historical place? I mean, it DID house the Queen of Country Music after all! Something else of note to those interested in such things: I remember reading several years ago that whoever was living there was reporting some "ghostly" happenings in the house, ie, toliets flushing by themselves, doors slamming, etc. Has anyone else heard that? It was an interesting thought that maybe Patsy was still around making herself known in the house that she loved...
Chantel <>
AL USA - Saturday, December 04, 1999 at 00:39:03 (MET)
Comment: Regarding the "ghostly" happenings: Ellis Nassour mentions this in the last chapter of his book "Honky Tonk Angel". Charlie sold the house in 1965 to singer Wilma Burgess. Quote: "There were strange occurences in that house, Wilma said. You'd be in an upstairs room and the toilet downstairs would flush by itself. Doors would open and close by themselves. I'd be downstairs, sometimes with a friend, and it would sound like a bowling ball was rolling down the upstairs hall." End of quote. Wilma eventually sold the house due to financial considerations. /Per
Have been a Patsy Cline fan for more than thirty years. Am a avid collector of all her music. Thanks, Donald
Donald Montague <>
Grand Blanc, Mi USA - Friday, December 03, 1999 at 11:28:19 (MET)
Hi, My name is Patti, and I'm the sister that "Rose" referred to in her submission of November 29, 1998. And yes, I was a Patsy Cline fan long before Rose... And I too can't remember the first time I heard Patsy sing, but I fell in love with her music as a young girl. "Sweet Dreams" and "I Fall to Pieces" being the first songs I remember hearing. Later on I was able to buy record albums and heard many other songs, such as "Crazy", which remains my very favorite! The only other artist that has a voice near the quality of Patsy Cline, is LeAnn Rimes. Her rendition of "Blue" sounds like Patsy, and I understand that LeAnn has recorded an album of "classics" which are none-other than Patsy Cline's classics!

I spent a good share of my teen years learning every word to Patsy's songs, and sang along with her continually. I developed my own singing voice by singing her music. I especially love her voice because of the conviction with which she sings. Only Frankie Laine, another singer who belts out his songs with that special energy I hear with Patsy and a very few others, namely Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, and a few others. But there is no match for the original Patsy Cline. She is indeed the idol of my childhood, and I have read every publication I can find about her and also watched several movies made for TV about her life, including the "Coalminer's Daughter" about the life of Loretta Lynn, where Loretta depicts the close friendship she developed with her idol (of course, Patsy Cline)!!!

How lucky she was to have the opportunity to meet and perform with Patsy! Country music is still the heartbeat of the nation, but it skipped a beat and will never be quite the same without Patsy Cline. Patti Laessig, December 1, 1999
Patti Laessig <>
Merrill, WI USA - Wednesday, December 01, 1999 at 20:21:45 (MET)

Hello fellow Patsy fans, I haven't been here in so long, I hope everyone is doing great. Per, I love all your new additions to your site, everything looks great!!!!! Keep up the terrific work. I just wanted to again share my love for Patsy and her music. I'll explain a little bit about myself. I first got interested in Patsy when I was around 8 years old. I remember coming downstairs at 5:30 A.M. because my mom had to work shifts and she was getting ready to leave. I remember curling up on the couch and flipping on the t.v. I put it on HBO and "Sweet Dreams" was on. It was right at the part where Jessica Lange was singing "San Antonio Rose". I was so taken by her voice (at my young age). I kept on asking my mom, who is that, who is that???? She said it was Patsy Cline. I never forgot that name.

A couple days later, my mom brought home two cassette tapes called "The Legendary Patsy Cline". I played those tapes front to back, back to front. Totally entranced by her voice, her phrasing, everything about her singing. Soon, I began to sing along to them, first when no one was around, then every chance I got. I was ten, I think, when I made my first make-shift microphone stand. I had this little ole black mic, but figured I needed a stand. So....I took a broom from outside, shoved it in a box of old 45's, to keep it in a upright position and taped the mic to the tip of the broom. That was my mic and stand. From then on I would lock myself in my room and sing along to Patsy's songs. I didn't think I sounded anything like her, but one day my mom heard me and said I should sing at a family picnic coming up. I was a little nervous but I did it anyways. I sang, "Blue Moon of Kentucky".

After I was done, everyone came up to me and told me I sounded so much like her. I was so happy, not because I made it through that nerve racking experience, but because I was being compared to the greatest singer I had ever heard! Well...the years past and I was still singing away. But now I had graduated to a real microphone and a real stand. I also began to collect Patsy Cline karaoke tapes, practicing all the time. I swear to God, the majority of my time I devoted to singing Patsy. My routine was; get up, eat breakfast, go to school, daydream of singing a song of her's on the Grand Ole Opry, come home from school, lock myself in my room, to listen to Patsy, eat supper and go to bed! I swear :o) Anyone in my family will say the same :o)

I also began to collect Patsy records and little things a saw on family trips to Virginia and Nashville. In Virginia, I MADE my dad drive through Winchester to try and find the house where Patsy grew up. We found ourselves in Gore where some nice old ladies in a little store, told us where Patsy used to live. When we got there, I was crying silently to myself, I could not believe I was at her house. I took tons of pictures. I wonder if the house is still there? Oh yeah, at age 13-14 my mom saw an ad in the local newspaper that read... O.k. where am I up to???? Oh yeah...around the age of 13 my mom showed me an article saying that a Nashville talent agency was coming up to Butler for a talent contest and the contestants were to be judged by an appluse meter. I kept thinking "Oh my God", just like Patsy. So I entered, singing "Back in Baby's Arms" and "Foolin' Around" I won!!!!!!!!!! The prize was a $1,200 recording session in Nashville. I was so excited!!!! I got ten songs ready and my family headed down to Tenn. There I got to go into a real recording studio, proudly wearing my "Remembering Patsy" t-shirt. I also got a chance to see "Always, Patsy Cline" and visit the last house Patsy lived in. That was an experience I will not soon forget.

O.k. now we are up to the present. Actually Friday the 3rd, I head to the studio to make an update c.d. of Patsy's songs. I was thinking of sending a c.d. to Rosie O'Donnel. I would love to sing on it. But you can never tell whether or not Rosie will hear the tape. But that is my dream, to sing a Patsy song to millions of people. So they can see how much her and her music has affected me. I WOULD NOT BE HERE if it weren't for Patsy Cline! She has helped me through the hard times, I lean on her music and always will.

Julie, I wrote this to show everyone and you, that I love your mother's music so much. No one will ever know how much. I would love for you to hear my tape I will be doing on Friday. If that it o.k. with you. I was also love for your Dad to hear it. If not, I understand. And thank you guys for taking to time to read this long post. I just felt think I had to share with you all, my love for Patsy Cline. Always, Erica Dawn, Age 17
~*~*~*~Days may not be fair..Always..that's when I'll be there..Always..not for just an hour, not for just a day and not for just a year...but.. Always~*~*~*~
Erica Dawn <>
Butler, PA 16001 - Wednesday, December 01, 1999 at 02:15:34 (MET)

I was thrilled to find this web site!!! I've loved Patsy Cline since birth! I thought I was one of the only people my age that even remembered Patsy. Thank you for keeping Patsy's memory alive!!!!!
Wendy Green
Smyrna, TN - Tuesday, November 30, 1999 at 22:55:17 (MET)
Just wanted to let you all know that Lisa Layne and Alan Barnes from the Nashville show "Just A Closer Walk" will be on TNN's Crook and Chase program. Lisa will be performing. Always, Jimmy Walker
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky 40505 - Tuesday, November 30, 1999 at 01:10:29 (MET)
I recently bought a black and white photo of a young girl in a cowgirl outfit and guitar. On the back it reads "Lots Of Luck from Patsey Age 11". Can anyone out there tell me if this might be a real photo and autography of Patsy at age 11? Sheila
Sheila <>
ME - Sunday, November 28, 1999 at 22:06:30 (MET)
I'd like to see more Canadians, join up in "ALWAYS PATSY CLINE" fan club, as it is run by family and true fans of Patsy's. Click on to APC link on this site for more info. I know there are more of you Canuckers, out there besides me, who would like to join, so now you're aware of the fan club, and please join, telling them, Jacki sent you.
Jacki H. <>
Ottawa, ON Canada - Saturday, November 27, 1999 at 19:53:30 (MET)
Hey Cline fans! Just found out the other day that the year Patsy's nomination was accepted by the Hollywood Historic Trust to receive her star, 200 other deceased entertainers were nominated in the posthumous category in hopes of obtaining a spot along Hollywood Blvd and our gal beat them all out! Hundreds and hundreds of names are submitted each year in all six categories and only about a dozen are awarded a pink terazzo star with their name on it per year. "The Cline" will also hold the prestige honor of being the last Country Music entertainer of the century to be awarded a Walk of Fame star since Reba, Albama, Freddy Fender and Charlie Pride all had theirs dedicated on a date prior to Patsy's and no additional country entertainers will be honored next year. Atta gal!!! Later... Mario
P.S. I'll be in L.A. on Dec 4 to give her star yet another polishing!!
Mario Munoz
CA - Saturday, November 27, 1999 at 19:08:50 (MET)
I am 29 years old and have been listening to Patsy Cline since childhood. My parents would play her music over and over again when I was young. Now everytime I attend a place that has karaoke, I don't leave until I have sung at least one of her songs!
Leslie <>
Cape Coral, FL U.S.A. - Thursday, November 25, 1999 at 03:31:21 (MET)
I began researching Patsy Cline when I was twelve years old because I was so fascinated by her voice, looks, talents, etc. Ever since then all I can do is eat, sleep, and breath Patsy Cline. NEVER will there be another! She is still the best. I am now twenty years old and I finally have all of her albums. 45rpms. Thanks to everyone for creating one hell of a website. As Patsy would say "Thanks, hoss!" Love, Josh
Josh Snyder
Pfafftown, Nc USA - Tuesday, November 23, 1999 at 09:43:38 (MET)
I ordered the Patsy Cline musical plate from the Franklin Mint several months ago. It wasn't supposed to be out until February 10, 2000, but I got mine a week ago. It's expensive, but worth it!
Ashley Briggs <>
Mars Hill, NC - Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 21:23:30 (MET)
I've just got a question -- Is there any CD out that includes all of these songs? --> "Never No More", "Crazy", "I Fall to Pieces", "Walkin' After Midnight". I've been looking for one for pretty much forever (well, a couple of years) and haven't had any luck.
Michele <>
La Jolla, CA - Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 05:56:02 (MET)
Hello. I am 13 years old and I think that Patsy Cline is the best country singer throughout history. My mom has been singing Patsy Cline's songs to me since I was a baby. And one of my favorite movies is "Sweet Dreams". That's all I have to say about that.
Staci Richardson <>
Council, ID USA - Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 00:43:50 (MET)
I was wondering if Pasty's backup band ever had a name - like Hank Williams & the Drifting Cowboys?
Tom <>
- Saturday, November 20, 1999 at 23:38:24 (MET)
Friends, recently I have been watching the auction sites around the net, and have noticed that a lot of autographs have been available. I urge anyone that is thinking of obtaining one of these autographs to be sure of what you are buying. I have found several that are SOOO bad that they don't even deserve to be called "imitations"! It is obvious that some of the people that have forged them have never seen a Patsy Cline signature before. When I contact some of these people they tell "maybe Mr. Dick doesn't remember what her signature looks like"! I have imformed these people that not only do we have examples of her autograph, but many things from her everyday life that have her signature as well. I know there still are not very many pieces, but I do have a few letters, cards and, my baby book! I think I can tell if these are even close or not! Anyway, if you are fortunate enough to have an autograph, or to obtain one, I am glad. IF YOU ARE ABOUT TO OBTAIN AN AUTOGRAPH THAT YOU ARE NOT POSITIVE ABOUT, (and they can really make you feel certain), PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK MY DAD OR MYSELF TO LOOK AT IT FOR YOU and if we can see it, we will give you our honest opinion! Thanks! Julie Fudge
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN - Saturday, November 20, 1999 at 05:36:19 (MET)

If you would like to order a Patsy Cline Calender for the year 2000 please contact APC PO Box 2236, Winchester VA 22601. Send a $15.00 (u.s. dollars) money order or check (mark "2000 calender" on envelope). The calender will chalk full of pictures and info on Patsy Cline. You may contact me privately and I will forward questions onto our sectrary. Always, Jimmy 11-18-99.
PS. Have you all read the "Love Always, Patsy' book? It sure is nice to read Patsy's life in her own words.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky - Friday, November 19, 1999 at 01:09:24 (MET)
This is a little long, but very informative, please read on... Per, in response to Annie Armstrong's entry, I'd like to let everyone know where they can get the 2000 Patsy calendar. Go to the fan club's web site and all the info is there. It's If you order now, it will be available for Christmas gift(s). Also, if you were one of the lucky ones to attend the Hollywood Star dedication, and then got to go to the release party for the new Duet's CD, please contact me about your CD. There is a reason why you haven't gotten it yet and I will share that w/ you personally. Thanks to all of you who have ordered the calendar and also, thanks to Country Weekly for putting the "blurp" in about it. We've gotten a great response. In closing, if you haven't ordered your calendar because of the "deadline date", well, it's been lifted and no longer applicable, so send your order today!!!! Remember Patsy Cline and she'll never be forgotten!!
One more thing... On the fan club's site, we've recently added a Guest Book, so drop by and say hi every now and then. Take care!! Vyvyenne Jenkins, Secretary for Always Patsy Cline.
Vyvyenne Jenkins <>
Va. Beach, VA - Thursday, November 18, 1999 at 20:21:44 (MET)
Hi, you wonderful Patsy puppys. So nice to read all your great letters. After all these years, knowing Patsy is still the highlight of my life. She was just as wonderful as you all imagine. Don't forget to order your Patsy calenders. I hear they are awesome. I ordered mine today, and some for Christmas gifts. Anything Patsy is a GO. Keep the mail coming in, everyone loves it. An old goldie, Annie
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph, Ontario, Canada - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 at 04:03:20 (MET)
I love Patsy Cline
Stephanie <>
Casitas Springs, CA USA - Monday, November 15, 1999 at 03:54:46 (MET)
My name is Kasey Johnson. My parents have told me storys about her songs, and I realy like to listen to her sing. I fall a sleep to her pretty voice. My family has pictures of her out of magazines. I really thank you a lot.
Kasey Johnson <>
Emmett, ID U.S.A - Friday, November 12, 1999 at 23:37:36 (MET)
One of Patsy Cline songs that I really like is "Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray", I just think it's a song that tells a little story. Has anyone heard the new LeAnn Rimes album? She does "Crazy" on it, and sounds a whole lot like Patsy Cline. Check it out. I think it is a great tribute to Patsy Cline, to do one of her songs and do it so well.
Michael Farson <>
St. Louis, Mo USA - Friday, November 12, 1999 at 07:58:49 (MET)
Patsy Cline was truly my entree to country music. She had all the attributes of a great pop or jazz singer, and could have gone in that direction had she chosen to. What she left us is choice. Does anyone out there know where I can purchase a really great 8x10 of Patsy looking glamorous? Many thanks, Allen
Allen Bardin <>
Columbia, SC USA - Thursday, November 11, 1999 at 23:31:40 (MET)
Re: - the snippet of Patsy singing "Have I Told You Lately that I Love You?" on the "Remembering" video......The male singer is Marvin Rainwater (who is very much alive, by the way) -- It has never been released, though copies of it do exist, including the copy I have in my personal collection.
Guy Cesario <>
Burbank, IL - Thursday, November 11, 1999 at 18:35:24 (MET)
I am a huge Patsy fan, and this site is great. Any fans want to chat, E-mail me.
Ken Nicoll <>
Livonia, MI USA - Thursday, November 11, 1999 at 05:48:23 (MET)
I am the world's biggest fan!!!!!!
michael <>
Sayre, PA United States - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 21:02:11 (MET)
Hello to all, and I just bought that "Love Always, Patsy" book in a local bookstore here, and read it in a matter of an hour or two, and really enjoyed it and had a few laughs from it, too. I highly advise all Patsy fans to get it.
Jacki H. <>
Ottawa, ON Canada - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 19:59:55 (MET)
I am looking for the writers names for each release of Patsy Cline's recording of "The heart You Break May Be your Own". Some show different names. Thank you, Jerry
jerry <>
Tarzana, CA USA - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 19:20:53 (MET)
George, that is Patsy singing "Have I Told You...". If memory serves me right you hear a man singing too. That is the late Marvin Carrol singing with her. I spoke with Marvin about this some years ago and he said these are demos that she had done at the time, I think in DC. Seems like Ellis Nassour may have something about this in his book. This was done sometime in 1957 if I recall correctly. If we will see them released remains to be seen. I hear on Nov 10 on A&E that "Remembering" will air. Always, Jimmmy
Jimmy W <>
Lexington, Ky USA - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 05:37:12 (MET)
I wasn't a great Patsy fan until the last few years. I only had one album, which was a one side album, the other side has Jim Reeves Greatest Hits. A year or so ago I bought a Greatest Hits CD and then a few months ago The Patsy Cline Collection, and both have hardly had a moments rest from being played in my car stereo. I want to get the music to many of her songs, and if I can get a group of musicians behind me, I want to sing many of her songs here in Australia, if permitted. I feel I can sing them well, so hope someone can help me with that request. Patsy's music could do well to be revitalised. But not updated, sung the way she sang them. Thanks.
Mark A.Grant <>
Brisbane, Australia - Monday, November 08, 1999 at 10:48:28 (MET)
Hello all you other Patsy fans!! Hey Per, your site is looking as great as always. Man, has this ever been a busy time for me, I barely have time for anything lately. Sometimes the only person that gets me by in life is Patsy... And I was so lucky to have found an interest in her music from early on. I have a question for anyone who can answer it... On the video "Remembering Patsy", at the beginning credits... is that Patsy singing "Have I Told You Lately?" And if it is, who's she singing with? When was it recorded? Do you think they'll ever release that? Just curious. Well, I must go, but my thoughts are with you all. Always, George
George Hewitt <>
Sherwood Park, AB Canada - Friday, November 05, 1999 at 06:46:19 (MET)
On October 29, 1999, I attended a book party at the Country Music Hall of Fame for the book "Love Always, Patsy", by Mike Freeman and Cindy Hazen. The evening started at 6:00pm with socializing. Charlie Dick and Julie Fudge were there and I met them upon my arrival. Shortly after that, I met the authors. I had seen them on TV a couple times so I new what they look like. We chatted briefly. Stephen Schutts, a memorabilia dealer came over and said hello.

When the letters of Treva Miller came to the attention of the CMHF they contacted Stephen for his appraisal and guidance. Stephen then contacted his Elvis buddies, Mike and Cindy, about the letters. Once they became involved they felt that the letters needed to be shared, and hence the book.

Paul Kingsbury of the CMHF, began the evening explaining the CMHF involvement. He then introduced Cindy and Mike. They had several people to thank and then it was speech time, where they explained the history of the book and the letters, while reading parts of the letters. Then they presented a letter to the CMHF and then one to Trisha Yearwood, acknowledging her for preserving the music of Patsy. Then they read a letter that Patsy had written to Treva about Patsy giving birth, and how proud she was of her Julie. Then they presented this letter to Julie Fudge. All letters were presented in wooden jewelry boxes similar to what Treva might have kept them.

Then was time to sign some books. Cindy, Mike, Julie and Charlie signed for everyone that wanted a copy signed. So, 45 years (9-29-55) after the first letter was written, the public gets a chance to learn more about Patsy. What an honor! Always, Jimmy 11-01-99.
Jimmy Walker <>
- Monday, November 01, 1999 at 20:44:13 (MET)

Hi, I am very new to this stuff. I love Patsy, but I guess NZ is just too far away to listen to the radio station. I am only 38 years young but just adore Patsy. Was thrilled to find your site. Keep up the good work. Bye for now. Robyn Grnindlay, Wainuiomata, New Zealand
Robyn Grindlay <>
New Zealand - Saturday, October 30, 1999 at 12:12:25 (MET)
Hi JIMMY - and thanks for trying to look up info for me on the book, also to let you and everyone else on here know, that my record shop called me to say that my CD has arrived. I picked it up and was baffled at how they had put the voices together. The only disappointment I had with the CD was Mila's duet with Patsy. To me, her voice didn't really blend well with Patsy's as the others did, but otherwise, I'm pleased with it and look forward to getting Vol. 2 whenever it comes out and I'll order it thru my record shop too.
Jacki H. <>
Ottawa, ON Canada - Friday, October 29, 1999 at 18:15:57 (MET)
Jacki, I checked with Ernest Tubb Rec Shop mail order and they do not have the "Love Always" available at this time. I would suggest some of the online order companies such as or if you are still having trouble call the publishers. Contact me privately for a number. Want to mention also that on Oct 29 at the Country Music Hall of Fame, there will be a presentation of a letter Patsy wrote about giving birth to Julie, to Julie. Keep an eye out in the papers or magazines for details. I will report on it next week since I am going to represent the fan club. Have a great weekend... Always, Jimmy 10-28-99
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY 40505 - Thursday, October 28, 1999 at 17:01:34 (MET)
I really love Patsy Cline's music when she sings it, as well as when I sing it on karyoke. I am in the process of doing a speech on her in my college Sheech class. Keep up the good work, Becca Dawn
Rebecca Eaton <>
Campbell, Mo USA - Tuesday, October 26, 1999 at 20:44:13 (MET)
Patsy Cline is my all-time favorite singer. I have listened and sung her songs for as long as I can remember. (I am 19 yrs old now). There will NEVER be another vocalist that will ever be able to even come close to filling her shoes.
Carrie Lee Bergum <>
Calgary, AB Canada - Tuesday, October 26, 1999 at 07:23:48 (MET)
I have been trying to locate this "LOVE ALWAYS, PATSY" book, you are all raving about, but none of the bookstores here where I live can seem to find out anything about it. If anyone can help, please email me - I'm Canadian, remember... Thanks alot.
Jacki H. <>
Ottawa, ON Canada - Monday, October 25, 1999 at 19:54:59 (MET)
Patsy Cline was one of the first music singers that I knew in my life. I am 19 years old, and the voices of her, Loretta Lynn, Porter Wagner, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, Little Jimmy Dickens, Minnie Pearl, Grandpa Jones, to just name a few, they were the first voices that I heard, music wise, and they inspired me. I guess you could just say that this was the music that I was brought up on. I was raised on country music, and with the influence of Patsy Cline and Lorretta Lynn, there was never a time that I never thought of becoming a country music singer. I think it is so wonderful on how there is a web-page to tell of her wonderful career that ended so in a plane crash.
Lynn Herndon <>
Virgilina, VA USA - Thursday, October 21, 1999 at 04:15:31 (MET)
I just finished my copy of "Love Always, Patsy" and I must say that it has become my favorite book about Patsy, and I have read all of them you can be sure! You really get a feel for her real personality. The book shows what a struggle she had, and how thankful she was for anything that was done for her. She was so honest and real. I wish more of todays stars could be more like her. And to top it all off, there are pictures that I have never seen before, beautiful pictures! Everyone who loves Patsy should get this book.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 at 18:51:52 (MET)
I just ordered the "Duets" CD through a local record store here, and should get in a couple of weeks - I can hardly wait to hear it - I'm so excited that I just had to post my joy on here!!! Any Patsy fans, please feel free to email me.
Jacki H. <>
Ottawa, ON Canada - Monday, October 18, 1999 at 18:53:27 (MET)
Hi Patsy fans! Just to say two more converts this month. "Love vinyl LP's but I can't stand country music" was the opinion of an new aquaintance. So when he next time arrived at our house I had Patsy's vinyl LP playing. "Now that is talent, what a beautiful voice who is she?". "That's Patsy Cline, a country singer", I said, and had to show him the record covers to prove her country roots. There is none so deaf as those who don't listen. His wife is also now a fan of Patsy's. Regards to all, Bernard
Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Saturday, October 16, 1999 at 13:21:44 (MET)
Julie or Charlie, do y'all know anything about this book, "Love Always, Patsy"? Was due out today. Thank You
Alan <AlanCo4@AOL.Com>
Chattanooga, TN USA - Saturday, October 16, 1999 at 01:00:48 (MET)
Does anyone have the chords and lyrics to "Rainy Days"? Best, James
J Cannon <>
Atlanta, GA USA - Wednesday, October 13, 1999 at 03:44:30 (MET)
Hello, does anyone know of where I can get and/or purchase a real photo of Patsy Cline? My best friend, her mom, and I would REALLY LOVE to aquire one/some. We LOVE Patsy Cline & her music. Any advice would be highly appreciated. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
Misty Rene Redenbaugh <>
McPherson, KS USA - Tuesday, October 12, 1999 at 18:24:55 (MET)
Well, all I can say is that I am ready for LeAnn Rimes' new CD to come out on OCT 26!!! It will have versions of "Crazy", "Faded Love", "I Fall to Peices", "Your Cheatin' Heart" and "Lovesick Blues"!!! I can't wait. I know LeAnn doesn't hold a candle to Patsy (no offense, LeAnn) but it will be fun to hear the girl everyone compares to Patsy sing a Patsy song...or rather 5 of them!!! Anyways, I hope everyone will buy the CD when it comes out, so that we can all hear how the younger generation interepts "The Cline".
Steve <>
Nashville, TN USA - Tuesday, October 12, 1999 at 06:59:27 (MET)
I love Patsy music.
Earnestyne Gleason <prettygirl720>
Center Hill, FL USA - Sunday, October 10, 1999 at 20:02:31 (MET)
Hello fellow Patsy fans. I'm going to Nashville in two weeks, and heard that there is a show there in Nashville about Patsy, and was wondering if anyone could tell me where it is and what the name of the theater is, and where I should go to see the traces of Patsy's life around Nashville? I would greatly appreciate any information anyone could send me. Thanks and thanks again.
Michael Davis <>
Statham, Ga - Thursday, October 07, 1999 at 04:52:27 (MET)
My family loves the great and beautiful Patsy Cline! She was taken from us prematurely just like so many other great talents! Sign my guestbook!
Raymond <>
CA USA - Monday, October 04, 1999 at 22:57:23 (MET)
Hey all. Was looking at Billboard today and had a snippett on the Duets CD. The duet with John Berry has charted at #74 and the album itself is on the Album Charts. I forget the listing but I think it was out of 100 or maybe 75! Way to go! For Texas visitors, I hear "Always Patsy Cline" (play) is going on in TX. I think it is San Antone. Terri Williams is portraying Patsy. Always, Jimmy.
Jimmy Walker <>
- Monday, October 04, 1999 at 21:51:31 (MET)
I don't know if Sylvia gets to this site much, but I think it would be so neat if she would write a book (or an article) about what it was like to be Patsy's little sister. She was there when so many wonderful things started to happen for Patsy. This is just a thought.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Friday, October 01, 1999 at 17:40:23 (MET)
I just returned from a mini road trip to Nashville to make a Patsy Pilgrimage. I started in Camden where I paid my respects at the crash site. I leafed through the guestbook and noted the signatures of two BIG DEALS in Country Music, who had been out to visit in the past few weeks. And guess what! The ONLY URL listed for a Patsy related web site is none other than our host's! I revisited both Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Museum at Opryland and the latter has more items relating to Patsy, including her beloved living room suite and several of her cowgirl outfits. I purchased the "Duets" CD at CMHF and it was an ENHANCED version, with videos, links, photos and such. The producer is inviting us fans to contact him with ideas for the next duets album (hint hint hint!!). The most amazing thing which should make us all proud is that the web sites mentioned on the CD belong to our regulars here! Per, Guy, Tex Flood, Sue-Bee and Johnny Franklin! Let's give them a big old hand and make sure to congratulate them! Incidentally, I thought the CD would be average, but I was totally blown away! That guy did a great job and nothing was taken away from Patsy!
Sue Wilden <>
Noblesville, In USofA - Thursday, September 30, 1999 at 20:13:44 (MET)
Comment: Thanks, Sue! Yes, it sure is a great honor to have the site mentioned on this fantastic CD! /Per
JIMMY - thanks for the email with info to get the new Patsy CD, and I will call them soon to see about them sending me a copy. I had ordered from them before awhile back for that Patsy CD, where she does some talking and has "DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE" on it. Again, thanks and keep in touch - "CLINELY ALWAYS", Jacki H.
Jacki H. <>
Ottawa, ON Canada - Saturday, September 25, 1999 at 18:27:11 (MET DST)
Patsy means so much to me! Wish I could have met her just once. Her life was cut way too short. Just imagine what more she could have done with her music! In her last recordings, she truely gave her best performance. Her phrasing makes the listener feel she is in the same room. I've listened to her at least a thousand times, and I never tire of her amazing voice! I'm a true fan! Patty Crocker
Patty Crocker <>
Salem, MO USA - Thursday, September 23, 1999 at 15:39:14 (MET DST)
Just bought my "Duets" CD, and it is really neat! A wonderful tribute to Patsy. My favorite song is "Life's Railway To Heaven". The current issue of COUNTRY MUSIC has a list of the 12 Greatest Voices of all time. It comes as no suprise that Patsy is on the first page along with Hank and Ernest Tubb! One last note, does anyone know if there are pictures of Patsy as a baby or young child anywhere out there? I would love to see them.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC USA - Thursday, September 23, 1999 at 07:11:03 (MET DST)
Comment: In the book "Singing girl from the Shenandoah Valley", by Stuart E. Brown, Jr. and Lorraine F. Myers, there is a group photo on page seven, showing members of the Patterson/Hensley/Allanson families, taken when Patsy was around ten years old. Patsy is standing at the center of the group, between the two men sitting in chairs. Unfortunately the photo isn't very clear... But that's the only picture of Patsy as a child that I know of. There are also a couple of school class photos in that book. /Per
If anyone needs to obtain the "Duets" CD they can call Ernest Tubb Rec. Shop at 1-800-229-4288 or 615-255-7503. They do international mail order as well and can ship to Canada, UK and Austrialia. I did call to confirm this info today. Always, Jimmy 9-22-99
Jimmy Walker <>
Lex, KY - Thursday, September 23, 1999 at 04:40:27 (MET DST)
Howdy all, I got my CD last Tuesday and have listened and listened. I esp. like "Too Many Secrets" and "Crazy Dreams". I even heard "That Wonderful Someone" the other day on college radio. Way to go, WRVG in Georgetown KY. I still need to do some computer updating to get the video end of things to work. Camden, TN will be having a Fall Fest Sept 25, and will have a Patsy Cline Sing A Like Contest. I will be judging with others on that. I will also have some memorabilia on display. Call 901-584-8395 for more details, as I do not have them all. Always, Jimmy 9-20-99
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, ky - Tuesday, September 21, 1999 at 03:40:41 (MET DST)
Hi everybody, nice to know, you all get to buy the new Patsy Duets CD! I have to wait a month before I can get it up here in Canada... BOO HOO and I'm mad about that. I WANT TO GET IT NOW>>>I CAN'T WAIT... Can someone out there help me on where I can get a copy from or where to send a money order for it in US funds? Thanks a bunch-EH!
Jacki H. <>
Ottawa, On Canada - Monday, September 20, 1999 at 18:42:27 (MET DST)
Well, I got the new duets CD and all I can say is WOW!!! EVERY song is good, but my favorites are "That Wonderful Someone" (what a voice), and "Too Many Secrects" (rocks!) This CD is a MUST, and because of the enhancement of the music, this is a MUST just to hear Patsy sing "I'm Hungry For Love" by herself with "enhanced" sound. WOW!!! What a difference just a little audio sweetning can do! Well, it looks that some of you all haven't written in a while, so I thought I would break the ice. Please write, especially if you've gotten the new CD, OR if you know of any news on a Patsy Cline TV video.
Steve <>
Nashville, TN USA - Sunday, September 19, 1999 at 19:55:54 (MET DST)
Hi - I live in Tucson, Arizona. Today at an estate sale I bought a couple of vintage western cowgirl outfits. One of them is dated 1957 and has the name Sue Akers on the tag as the person that one of the shirts was made for. The woman I bought it from said Sue (she called her Suzie) Akers had played stand up bass with Patsy Cline's band. I have searched the various Patsy Cline websites and could not find Sue Aker's name. Do you know if she did indeed play with Patsy Cline? Thank you.
C. Fenn <>
Tucson, AZ USA - Sunday, September 19, 1999 at 03:26:35 (MET DST)
Hello everyone!! Some of you may have forgotten about me, but I'm still around, although busy with time to a computer limited. First off, I would like to say Hi to all of the regulars here who have always made me feel welcome. Especially to Jimmy Walker, who has been a big help when it comes to Patsy Cline, and her music. Well, I picked up a copy of the 20th Century Classic Patsy Cline CD, boy is it a good one!!! The digital enhancements even sound better than those that were done on the 1991 Box Collection. What do the rest of you think about this CD? Well, tommorrow is the big day for all us Patsy fan's and new fans to come. The release of the Duets CD is tomorrow and I can't wait just like the rest of you out there. This CD will be a special one indeed. A lot has gone on since I last posted here, I need to catch up, that's for sure. Well, I will post later, take care, Shane
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, PA home to littleleague - Tuesday, September 14, 1999 at 02:38:29 (MET DST)
Patsy was and still is the greatest singer ever.
Jennifer Hixson <>
Cushing, OK - Friday, September 10, 1999 at 20:42:22 (MET DST)
Happy 67th birthday, Patsy!!!!! I will always love you!!!!!
Jennifer Landry <>
Port Neches, TX USA - Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 05:05:48 (MET DST)
Hey everyone, if anyone is a Gail Bliss fan then please check out my website, it's all about her. As most of you probably know, she portrayed Patsy for quite a while. Everyone that I've talked to, that has seen her perform as Patsy, says that she's the best they've ever seen! So, if you'd like to learn more about her, here's my website... C-ya later! Bye :)
Jessica Attkisson <>
Hermitage, Tn US - Wednesday, September 08, 1999 at 23:02:11 (MET DST)
Thinking of you always, but particularly on your 67th birthday. Happy birthday Patsy!
SueBee <>
NY - Wednesday, September 08, 1999 at 18:38:34 (MET DST)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, PATSY! Thanks for all the wonderful music. You are the greatest!
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC USA - Wednesday, September 08, 1999 at 15:49:11 (MET DST)
Hey everyone! Just wanted to let you know I am still around, albeit very overwhelmed with work! I am looking forward to getting the "Duets" release and I am hoping it is a dandy!
Sue Wilden <>
Noblesville, In USA - Sunday, September 05, 1999 at 18:40:19 (MET DST)
The First Baptist Church, corner of Washington and Piccadilly Streets, Winchester, is where George Hamilton will be. The church service is at 1:30 pm. I do not believe there is a 'cost', just a goodwill donation for the museum or some Patsy thing...
Linda Cunningham <>
Winchester, VA USA - Wednesday, September 01, 1999 at 20:39:59 (MET DST)
I started listening to Patsy Cline only four years ago, but now I am an avid fan. She has the best voice I have ever heard. I never tire of her music. "True Love" is one of my favorite songs. A few weeks ago I heard Bing Crosby sing "True Love" in the movie "High Society". He sounded great of course, but he could not hold a candle to Patsy! Thanks for such a great web site in honor of such a great lady!
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC USA - Tuesday, August 31, 1999 at 04:10:27 (MET DST)
I heard that George Hamilton IV is to appear in Winchester on Sept 5, 1999 at a church in a tribute to Patsy Cline - I'd like to know what church, what time and the cost. Thanks for any help.
Diana Rust <>
Winchester, VA USA - Monday, August 30, 1999 at 05:26:45 (MET DST)
Hey! Just got back from Southern California. I was working near Los Angeles for the past seven weeks and had a blast. I can't believe how beautiful Patsy's star is along Hollywood Blvd. You can easily spot her star from across the street (probably 'cause I've already cleaned it three times since they unveiled it a month ago!!!) I have some great pictures that I'm putting in a scrapbook to share with the fans in Winchester next week. I have a couple of pictures of Charlie and Julie as the star is being unveiled and the smiles on their faces say it all (thanks for being there, Charlie and Julie... I'll remember that day always).

I've noticed as people are walking along and looking at all the stars, that most people point at Patsy's star from a dozen feet away because it is soooo much shinier than the rest of them, once they get close enough to read the name, they spend a couple of seconds there, instead of the usual walking along and reading the names as you go--hoping not to bump into too many tourists walking in the opposite direction. It's nice to see that Patsy can still stop them in their tracks and grab the attention of those who pass by.

I've looked into signing up with the group who polishes the stars once a month. They are a group of fans who get together on the first Saturday of each month and polish their "adopted" stars. Once in the group, if I am for some reason unable to get to Hollywood to clean her star, another member of the group will cover for me and polish Patsy's star as long as I promise to help clean another star the next time I am down there. Not all stars are cleaned as part of a regular practice. A fan has to join and want to clean a certain star. I hear there is a three year waiting list to clean Marilyn Monroe's star...

That night, after Patsy's ceremony, I walked down to her star to get one last look to make sure that I wasn't dreaming... She will always be one of the brightest stars along the boulevard...I promise!!! Thanks again to everyone who was there...I know Patsy would be proud. Laters.....Mario
Mario Munoz
CA - Thursday, August 26, 1999 at 22:44:12 (MET DST)

Just a quick howdy. If you see Country Weekly with Garth aka Chris Gains on it, there is a picture of Charlie and Julie at the Star, and brief mentioning. Also there is a Patsy related "Q&A" in this issue. I do have photos from Hollywood on my webpage, click below to get there. Yes, Jacki, LA was swinging. Always, Jimmy W.
Jimmy Walker <>
- Thursday, August 26, 1999 at 03:26:16 (MET DST)
I've been a Patsy Cline fan for years. When I was just a little child I use to beg my mother to play "I fall to pieces" for me. My favorite song she sings is "Sweet Dreams". I love the way she puts her heart and soul into every song she sings. There will never be any other like her.
Catherine Cook <>
Plattsburgh, NY USA - Wednesday, August 25, 1999 at 04:13:36 (MET DST)
I have been an entertainer/vocalist for a little more than twenty years now. It is said that I bring back the voice of Patsy like hardly anyone else people have heard try... Who am I to be my own critic? No one will ever sing "like" Patsy and with as much heartfelt emotion, however, I am so very proud to be able to perform her songs and keep her memory alive each of the 6 nights per week I perform for audiences along the eastern coast. God Bless you, Patsy Cline, and all the happy memories you have given us, especially those of us who are honored to perform your songs and receive standing ovations from audiences young and old. I am proud to be a part of continuing her legacy.
Shelley Abbott <>
Trappe, MD USA - Tuesday, August 24, 1999 at 23:38:12 (MET DST)
I have loved Patsy every since the first time I have ever heard her. She is my hero. I wished I could be famous just like her. Everyone says that I sound like her. I tell them that that is not possible because there is no one that will ever sound better than her.
Carol Jones <>
Ringgold, VA USA - Monday, August 23, 1999 at 22:28:47 (MET DST)
I really enjoy your website. I love Patsy's music. You have done a very good job. It is full of information. I would like to know how to join the fan club and if it costs anything. Someone told me it did. Thank you. Keep up the good work.
Vicki Duvall <>
Denham Springs , LA USA - Monday, August 23, 1999 at 20:02:31 (MET DST)
Hey all who goes here... Jimmy, ANNIE, etc., glad to see all had great time out in L.A. for the ceremony. I would like to see a poem page added to this site if possible. Perhaps at a later time, I'll start it off, with a PATSY POEM. What do you all think of that idea? Please feel free to email me. Thanks, Jacki.
Jacki H. <>
Ottawa, ON Canada - Monday, August 23, 1999 at 19:35:31 (MET DST)
I am a fan of Patsy's from way back when I read the book "Honky Tonk Angel". I have started a page on Patsy that sends you to other Patsy pages. Anyone who wants me to add their page, let me know. The link on my page to Patsy is above the Mplayer icon. I sing a lot of Patsy on Mplayer. It is kind of like doing karoke.
Mary Cox <>
Hickory, NC USA - Sunday, August 22, 1999 at 20:42:41 (MET DST)
I have been a member of the Patsy Cline club (Always Patsy Club) for three years. I went to two Patsy Cline weekends. I will not be able to go this year.
Anna Marie DeMatto <>
East Have, CT - Thursday, August 19, 1999 at 19:30:25 (MET DST)
Just wanted to let you all know that I have photos on my website from when I was in Hollywood for Patsy's star. The page is still under construction, but most of the photos are up. Always, Jimmy 8-16-99
jimmy w <>
Lexington, KY - Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 16:08:43 (MET DST)
Tonight after a very long week of late working nights, I was getting very low. With the rest of the family out for the evening, I turned on the video and played the videos of Patsy. Followed this by a CD. By the time the family returned, I was back in high spirits. Thank you, Patsy. Just how can you put so much emotion and feeling into a song? Someone once said that singers just acted the part, that their emotion was just part of the role. Well, they may be right with some, if not most, singers but not when it comes to Patsy. She was genuine. How did she feel those songs and the words? How I wish I could have been able to see her in real life. Eleven years ago my family were in the Ryman, we walked on those hallowed boards where so many greats had stood. At the time I had only seen a few short film snippets of Patsy singing, but I closed my eyes and imagined she was there. She was. The building seemed to fade leaving just that red barn backdrop and Patsy behind that WSM microphone. It is 37 years since I first heard that voice, "Heartaches". Since then that voice has never once lost its hold on me and never will. Heartaches and joy, all life is in that voice.
Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire UK - Monday, August 16, 1999 at 00:43:20 (MET DST)
Does anyone know about a Patsy Cline wrist watch for sale? If so, please e-mail me back!!!! Thank you!!!!
Lara Shull <>
Gettysburg, PA USA - Monday, August 16, 1999 at 00:27:47 (MET DST)
In September at the Virginia State Fair, I'll be onstage performing "A Tribute To Patsy Cline". It'll be an hour show of all Patsy's music. As a long time fan of Patsy Cline, I'm so glad there is such a great, comprehensive site as this one. Great job, everyone! A friend of mine is good friends with Charlie Dick and just last night brought me an autographed polaroid of Charlie from when he was visiting with him in July. It's nice to be a part of this Forum. If anyone's near Richmond and wants to see the show, it'll be on Sept. 26th at 1:00 pm. And, again, keep up all the great work!
Gina Romano <>
Richmond, VA - Sunday, August 15, 1999 at 05:39:04 (MET DST)
I became a Patsy Cline fan when I first saw "Sweet Dreams". What an incredible voice! I went out and bought her 12 Greatest Hits CD and was hooked! Just yesterday, some friends and I went to see "Always... Patsy Cline" at Actors Theatre of Louisville, a tribute to Patsy -- it was just wonderful!
Dianne O'Regan <>
Louisville, KY USA - Friday, August 13, 1999 at 23:05:08 (MET DST)
Hi all Patsy Cline fans, new or old. Just want to fill you in on the unveiling of Patsy's star in Hollywood. It was awesome. Wish you all could have been there. Watching it made you so filled with pride and sadness all at the same time. It was fun with Charlie, Julie, her hubby and family and to share a dream with Mario Munoz, to have our one and only Patsy's name on a star where all can see and admire forever. Everything was wonderful, the weather, the fans, the hotel, the store clerks, the waiters and waitresses and in general all the people we talked to. Hollywood is no snub town, at least not for us. We had fun and memories that will last a lifetime. Annie
Annie Armstrong <annie_armstrong>
Guelph, ON Canada - Wednesday, August 11, 1999 at 03:42:05 (MET DST)
Hey Patsy fans, does anyone know where I can get pictures of Gail Bliss portraying Patsy? I need a few more pictures for my website on Gail Bliss. If you know where I can get some pictures of Gail as Patsy then please write me an email, thanks!! :)
Jessica <>
Hermitage, TN US - Tuesday, August 10, 1999 at 16:21:39 (MET DST)
I was wonderin' if anyone can tell me who wrote "Walkin' After Midnight"? Please help. Thanks, Lisa (an adoring fan)
Lisa <>
- Sunday, August 08, 1999 at 21:45:31 (MET DST)
Comment: It was written by Don(n) Hecht and Alan Block. /Per
Hello all, just wanted to leave some comments about Hollywood. Well, we had beautiful weather the entire time. Us Easterners that have plaqued with hot humid weather loved it. Sunny and 80-ish. The Westerner thought it was HOT! Yes, like Julie said it was a laugh a minute. With this group what else would you expect. To make things easier for us, limo service was provided to the star ceremonies and hotel. The fan club had special viewing for the events, up front and close. As we arrived we were greeted to the sound of Patsy tunes set up for everyone to enjoy. Already a crowd was forming. As soon as everyone was there the ceremonies began.

First off, MCA presented Charlie a large plaque honoring Patsy's 10 million units of sale for "Greatest Hits", "Box Collection", and "Heartaches". It was huge. Then the asst. mayor proclaimed it Patsy Cline Day in CA! Charlie was also presented with a loaf of pumpkin bread. Then the major event came, the official reading and presenting Charlie and Julie with a plaque of the Star. Charlie made a brief speach thanking everyone for attending and the fans support through out the years.

Then the offical unveiling came. I tell you all it was 80 degrees and I had goosebumps, it was so special! Of course there were tears of happiness as well by some. What a special day this was for all of us, and we were honored to be there, and treated so specially. Then there were tons of picture taking by the press and the fans. Then we headed back to our hotel, which is by Mann's Chinese Theater for the listening party by Private I/Mercury Records. The CD which we listened to was the "Duets" project. All the fans thoroghly enjoyed the new work. It was truly amazing what they did. Michael Blakely was there who produced and reworked the music and vocals. Gary Synder who is doing the multimedia end of things was there and was able to show how the CD would work. We got to hear all 11 tracks. Even though the instrumentation has changed, it is very close to the orginal. Just sweeten and other things added. I think everyone will be pleased with this.

Later that day we headed out to Rodeo Dr to shop. We all had a blast, especially Michelle Connors. What teenager would not love to shop here. Everyone had dinner and headed back to the hotel to continue to visit and say some goodbyes. Then day most everyone headed home. The Olivers and I took a tour of the homes of the stars. One of the stops was at the Hollywood Bowl. We got to get out look around briefly. This was a delite since Patsy had performed there. Skip seeing all the big houses we enjoyed all the wonderful landscaping and plants. Gorgeous! Later that day I took a tour of the Hollywood Entertainment Museum. In there they had the set of "Cheers" TV show. I was looking at the jukebox and much to my surprise they had a title strip to "I Fall 2 Pieces"! How cool.

What a wonderful trip, and many thanks to Mario. Everyone had a wonderful time and a first class trip! I would like to thank Julie and Charlie for coming, this was special to everyone. Special compliments must go to Julie's children. They are two young gentlemen and a young lady. They came on in and made themselves part of the family. A true joy to be around! Julie and Richard are class A parents, and it shows. Well, Winchester is next....... Always, Jimmy 8-7-99
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY - Saturday, August 07, 1999 at 17:01:02 (MET DST)

Hello to all... Just got in from Hollywood last night. We had a wonderful time. The Star ceremony was great, and so exciting. Lets all give MARIO MUNOZ a big hand for getting Patsy on the Walk of Fame! You did a great job, Mario, and it was great to see you and your family. I want to say Hi to all that were there but I am so afraid I will leave someone out. I'll try... Some of you may have to help me out here... Mario Munoz and family, Annie & Norm Armstrong, Sheree & Murray Armstrong, Jim & Esther from Illinois, David & Rose from London (Way to go Guys!), Jimmy Walker from Kentucky, Virgil McFarland from San Francisco, Ted & Patrick from San Francisco, Ernie Brickle from S.Carolina, Mark Borchers from Nevada, Mildred Keith, Art & Char Oliver, Gary Spradling from Kentucky, Tammy Shaw,.... and I know I have not covered everyone. Please forgive me, I am doing this list from my tired brain.

It was a lot of fun, always on the go, and a laugh a minute. But, back to the star... Patsy is next to Yul Brynner and Barry Sullivan, and a couple stars from Rudolph Valentino, and at the end of the block, just a few more stars away, on the corner, is Jerry Lewis. Our hotel was several blocks away, so I didn't get down there to see all of the stars until the ceremony. Also, she was honored on the Virginia Legends Walk at Virginia Beach, Virginia on July 19, 1999. She is in very good company... George Washington, the first President of the US, and singer Pearl Bailey, Astronaut Alan Shepard, writer Edgar Allen Poe, singer Ella Fitzgerald, tennis great Arthur Ashe, Capt. John Smith, even Pocahontas! There is a list on the "Virginia Legends Walk" page. I'm sorry I don't have the web address here now, but do try to look it up. I guess you could say Patsy made a splash on both coasts this summer! Well, it's getting late, but will try to be back soon. Thanks for everything... It is because of the fans that "Patsy Cline" is ever strong. Julie
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Friday, August 06, 1999 at 06:40:31 (MET DST)

Wonderful to see all the Patsy Cline fans. Her legend is alive and well with recording and performing artist, Sherrill Douglas. She perfroms her "Tribute to Patsy Cline Show" worldwide. She is described as the world's best. Check out her new web site, Let us know what you think. She has sound bites of Patsy's songs!! Let us hear from you. Sherrill is based in Addison (Dallas) TX.
Addison, TX USA - Friday, August 06, 1999 at 03:40:07 (MET DST)
Patsy is getting her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today. Way to go, Patsy! You will always be our shining star. F&A, PMW
Melanie (Patsy) Walen <>
Ponsford, MN USA - Tuesday, August 03, 1999 at 22:48:53 (MET DST)
Just wanted to remind everyone that this Tuesday, Aug 3, Patsy will be inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in CA. Several fan club members, as well as Charlie and Julie Fudge, will be on hand for the honors. Other activities are planned. Check your local media for the news. Hopefully we will get great coverage. Always, Jimmy
Jimmy W <>
lexington, ky - Sunday, August 01, 1999 at 21:36:38 (MET DST)
Hey everyone, if you have seen Gail Bliss playing Patsy Cline then you know she is awesome! I love her work and she is here where I live in Nashville, Tn doing a play called Pump Boys and Dinettes, and she is awesome in it, so if you get a chance you should come see it! Thanks! Bye
Jessica <>
Hermitage, TN USA - Thursday, July 29, 1999 at 17:00:25 (MET DST)
Hello there PATSY PEOPLE, I'm back again, as I love this site alot! "HELLOS" going out to Jimmy, Annie & Normy, and Vyvyenne & gang at "ALWAYS PATSY CLINE". Hey, René from Belgium, I've tried to email you back lots of times, but I can't get the messages sent to you, because there is something wrong with your email address, I think. Per, keep this page going, you've created a goldmine here for all Patsy fans, truly, you have. Take care Y'all... BYE >>>Jacki>>>
Jacki <>
Nepean, ON CANADA - Thursday, July 29, 1999 at 01:39:50 (MET DST)
I read a few months ago that Patsy Cline's star on the walk of fame will be dedicated on August 3? Is this still true? I would like to attend, but need more facts. Please, if you know anything, email me or post on this board. Thank you. Cheers, Joey
Joey Mechelle <>
Tulsa, OK USA - Wednesday, July 28, 1999 at 16:32:40 (MET DST)
Hi! I love Patsy Cline and have been singing her songs on the road for nearly 8 years. Hoping to sing on the Grande Ole Opry someday. I was born in 1954 and have sang since the age of 3. After my parents introduced me to Patsy Cline's music, there just couldn't be another singer in my eyes but her! Lot of places I have sung at tell me I sound exactly like her, but I think Patsy sounds like Patsy. And Linda sounds like Linda. Ha ha.
Linda Roeber <>
Findlay, OH Hancock - Tuesday, July 27, 1999 at 02:27:24 (MET DST)
Love this site. It thrills me to death seeing and reading all the letters that the fans write. Patsy would be so honoured and thrilled just like I am. WOW! So nice too, to read Gail Bliss' message. I have seen her several times up here in Ontario. She is so great and does the walk, or should I say "strut", just like Patsy, also the clap of the hand on her hip. We have went to different shows and have seen many gals doing their Patsy shows and singing, but Gail Bliss, that pretty miss, takes the cake... She is the best we have seen and after seeing that she will be coming to Canada at the Art centre in Mississauga, all I can say to Gail is if you read this, and I'm sure you will... Thanks for a great Christmas gift to look forward to. Dec. 10. Hooray. See you down the road, Love, Annie
Annie Armstrong <>
Guelph Ontario, Canada - Sunday, July 25, 1999 at 02:36:34 (MET DST)
Yes, Sean, you are so correct! Awesome two page picture, that I don't think has been used. It is a must buy for this picture of her sitting. The photos are her in the red pants, white top, gold booties. Always, Jimmy
Jimmy W <>
- Sunday, July 25, 1999 at 00:28:09 (MET DST)
Ever since I was about 13 years old, I have loved Patsy Cline! There was something about the style of her music that caused me to stop and listen. My sister introduced me to the movie, "Sweet Dreams", and I was hooked! Out of all the country music artists, Patsy is my favorite. She had a style that was her. Whenever I hear a Patsy Cline song today, I remember back how I felt when I first heard that beautiful voice ring out, "Why can't I forget the past, start loving someone new, instead of having sweet dreams about you!"
Derek Garduno <>
Russellville, AR USA - Saturday, July 24, 1999 at 22:07:14 (MET DST)
I was at the gravesite yesterday. A Mickey Mouse baloon and a British flag were among the items on the "stone". She would be appreciative of all the fans that have followed her through the years. Thirty-six years after she is gone, she is still remembered by the music people AND the fans, both young and old. I think she will always be the James Dean of country music... Except she would still be singing till this day. James Dean, at this age, would have 'lost' some of his appeal and charm. "Miss Virginia" would still be belting out the songs, although not touring. She would be as timeless as Lena Horne and others are today.
Robert Calimer <IBPAB>
Va. Beach, Virginia - Thursday, July 22, 1999 at 21:12:03 (MET DST)
Hi all! Just wanted to say Hello! I am so excited because I was at the mall and Best Buy here in Nashville and came across some "re-do's" CD's. Yup, you know the "small company" that puts out a different CD that has a different song mix or pic on the cover!? Well, yesterday I came across a new CD put out this year by 20th Century Masters (they are an MCA side company). With all the songs digitally remastered. Well, you must go get it! It has 12 songs, and some pic's that I have never seen! You know, just different poses from the Showcase photo session. But they are really neat. Also, these songs are never grouped together like this either. I will send the CD pic's I'v scanned to Per and hope you will be able to see'em.

The 12 songs are: "Heartaches", "A poor man's roses", "Your cheatin' heart", "When you need a laugh", "Half as much", "When I get through with you", "Imagine that", "I love you so much it hurts", "Have you ever been lonely", "He called me baby", "Crazy arms" and "Always"! The back pic is the gold dress posed over the shoulder, a full lenght shot like the old "That's how a heartache begins" record. The front looks a lot like the "Heartaches" CD, and in side is the best surprise of all... Go get it! (it's the coolest pic's to come across) there is two pics that are well known, the other two are a real treat. The first is Patsy sitting sideways with her arms around her legs, which covers two pages. The second is the pic behind the CD, with Patsy laughing her head off! The whole title of the CD is "20th Century Masters: Classic Patsy Cline - The Millennium Collection". Around $9.00. Luv to y'all - Sean
Sean <>
Nashville, - Thursday, July 22, 1999 at 18:54:09 (MET DST)

Hey everyone! An awesome actress named Gail Bliss played the role of Patsy Cline back in 1998. I think she is a great actress and she is here in my town (Nashville, TN) doing a play called "Pump boys and dinettes"! She is trying to get a record out and already has a smaller one with about 4 songs on it, and I wondered if anyone knew anything about her and if they do, then I was wondering if they knew where I could get her CD or tickets to a concert or just something! If anyone knows anything about Gail Bliss, please write me back at! Thanks! Gails Fan, Jessica
Jessica <>
Hermitage, TN USA - Monday, July 19, 1999 at 01:27:39 (MET DST)
Comment: You can e-mail Gail at There is also a long entry by her on Page 13 that you can read. It's the second entry from the top on that page. /Per
I have scanned the book cover of the new book on my web site. Also there is some brief info on the book and the authors. From the main page, find the yellow words at the bottom to find a link to the page with the info. This is endorsed by the authors, who will have a forthcoming web page of their own. Click on my name to go to my webpage. Always, Jimmy
Jimmy W <>
- Saturday, July 17, 1999 at 15:53:41 (MET DST)
Hello all... I just want to express my love for Mrs. Patsy Cline. I love her music so much because I can relate to her so well. I recently attended a musical titled "Always...Patsy Cline" playing here in Louisville at Actors Theatre. Let me tell you it was marvelous! If anyone can get a chance, go and see it. It is playing until mid-August, I believe. I am only 19 years old, so I wasn't even born when Patsy was alive. I wish I was, however. Anyhow... glad to see there are so many fans out there. God Bless everyone.
Brittany Case <>
Louisville, Ky USA - Saturday, July 17, 1999 at 05:26:26 (MET DST)
George, I only heard a couple of words, but I was impressed and it sounded pretty good to me. Waylon has a "scratch" or gritty voice so I think it will be interesting to hear them together. You did no miss much. Mike Freeman has sent me a cover to his upcoming book, "Love Always Patsy". The cover picture is from were Patsy has her foot on a barrell. They only use from the waste up. The book will be out Oct 15 and Trisha Yearwood is writing the foreword. Always, Jimmy
Jimmy W <>
Lexington, KY - Friday, July 16, 1999 at 03:47:29 (MET DST)
Howdy to all who come and visits here at this great site... Patsy would be pleased as punch to see this devotion carried out in this format of communication, and would have for sure put input into this herself, no doubt. Just a few personal notes to thank for in regards to Patsy... Thanks Jimmy, for your answers to the questions I asked on here and in Lisa Flood's site, and did you ever get my email I sent a week ago? Annie & Normy & gang up in Guelph country, thanks for your emails, finally. I thought you never got mine and that is why you never replied for so long. KEEP ON LOVING PATSY!!!!! "CLINE ALWAYS", Jacki H.
Jacki H. <>
Nepean, ON Canada - Thursday, July 15, 1999 at 21:00:35 (MET DST)
Hello Patsy Cline & Loretta Lynn Fans, I hope someone out there can help me. I'm trying to find a complete listing of awards won by both Patsy & Loretta in the 1960s, from Billboard, Cashbox & Record World magazines. These were the big awards back in the early 1960s before the CMA, ACM, Music City News and all the other major award shows started up. I'm also trying to find a picture of Loretta Lynn & Patsy Cline together. I know there friendship only lasted a few short years, but you would think at least ONE photo of them together would have surfaced in the past 35 years since Patsy died. I know Loretta has been looking for one for years. I hope to hear from some of you avid die hard fans who can supply me with the awards information I'm looking for. It would be greatly appreciated, THANK YOU!
Rick Cornett <>
Toledo, Oh USA - Thursday, July 15, 1999 at 06:38:40 (MET DST)
I got to know Patsy Cline when my aunt Shirley and I watched "Sweet Dreams"... After that I can't get her out of my mind. I have all of her songs, I know them by heart, and whenever I don't have anything to do, my sister, Beth and I sing to my family outside her songs. I hope to be a country singer and sing her songs in memory of her. But I'll never be as good as her... NO ONE WILL!!!! There's only one Patsy Cline. Does anyone know anything about a wrist watch with Patsy Cline's picture in it? If so, please e-mail me at Thank you very much. I LOVE PATSY CLINE!!!! Lara Shull
Lara Shull (Senior at Gettysburg High) <>
Gettysburg, PA United States - Monday, July 12, 1999 at 23:40:50 (MET DST)
Hello all! Jimmy, thanks for being so helpful as you always are. It's too bad that I missed that stuff on TNN about the duets, but I don't get it. In fact, I live on an acreage just outside of Sherwood Park so I don't even get cable! Whew! It's a wild ride up here! x) So, from what you heard of the duet with Waylon Jennings, was it any good? ;) You don't have to tell, I can wait... or can I?? It's so exciting! Well, I gotta go and this message was completely useless, but thanks anyways. Always, George
George Everett Hewitt <>
Sherwood Park, AB Canada - Monday, July 12, 1999 at 06:39:03 (MET DST)
Patsy Cline really had a voice and true talent that can be really appreciated by anyone on into the next millenium and beyond. I really like her songs "Walkin' After Midnight" and "Crazy". I like others too but, these are the one's that really stand out. It wasn't so much Patsy's music that appealed to me, it's just something about her that you just have to love her. She seemed to be a very genuine, caring person. Sturn but genuine that really believed in herself and her talent. I think Patsy Cline was extremely nice-looking in every sense of the word, and she seemed to be a woman that you could really appreciate and would do anything in the world for. I'm a poet and I've written several tribute poems to Patsy Cline in poetry books that I've written and published. The titles are "Count To Ten", "Waters Upon An Angels Sigh" and "Half The Distance To The Bridge", just to name a few. A tribute poem about Patsy Cline is on my website located under the "poetry books" linkpage at The poem can actually be heard online!! It's titled "Beside Her" (Copyright © 1997 Mark G. Turns). Everyone's welcome to visit. Thank you for allowing me to take part in your Patsy Cline forum. Mark Turns
Mark Turns <>
Columbus, Oh USA - Monday, July 12, 1999 at 00:47:19 (MET DST)
Yes, Patsy did perform in Canada on several occasions. I will see if I can get Patsy's Canadian friend Anne Armstrong to reply more in detail. Did you all catch the news clips this week on TNN about the new duets project? They interviewed Waylon Jennings about his involvement and Patsy influences. We also got to hear a smig of their duet as this interview was done in the studio. I have included a link for more info on the "Duets" project by my name, or use this link. You will have to click on "Artist" and then Patsy's name. There is a press release you can print and send to your radio stations or newspapers. Always, Jimmy 7-11-99
Jimmy W <>
Lexington, KY - Sunday, July 11, 1999 at 16:28:06 (MET DST)
Patsy Cline is here with me in the Northwoods. That beautiful voice can't be stilled by death. Whenever I hear her, I am moved to tears, not because she's dead, but because of the essence of life that she embodies. I have never heard anything that speaks of life more than her songs! Thank God for Patsy Cline! She is a part of my life that I cherish.
Pat Eschenbauch <>
Sunday, July 11, 1999 at 00:44:51 (MET DST)
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