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Your site is great. I found all the information posted on here to be very interesting. There's just so much to Patsy Cline, and you can get it all right here on this site. There's tons of information. It's very sad that Patsy's career was cut short by the plane crash. If that never would've happened she'd probably still be here with us today and her career would've continued to be very successful. But it's true, the good die young. She's such an incredible singer.
Byron <>
FL U.S. - Sunday, December 31, 2000 at 19:50:57 (MET)
Comment: Thank you very much for your kind words about the site! /Per
HAPPY NEW YEAR to all the great Patsy fans worldwide. It is so rewarding to read all your letters and to know there is such keen interest in our favourite... The very best... Patsy Cline. Thank you, Per, for being so loyal. I am going to try your new address just as soon as I say adious for this year. Love you, my PATSY PUPPIES. xoxox
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph, ON Canada - Sunday, December 31, 2000 at 17:04:20 (MET)
Happy New Year! I have installed MSN Messenger Service, both at home and at work, so if you want to try and contact me thru MSN, the address to use is
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Saturday, December 30, 2000 at 17:16:08 (MET)
Would love to find out more about Patsy. I've also heard that she and Loretta Lynn were great friends. I'd like to see if this statement is true. I follow up on Loretta often.
Angela Blair <>
Trenton, GA United States - Friday, December 29, 2000 at 21:27:40 (MET)
Comment: Yes, Loretta and Patsy were close friends from the time when Patsy was in the hospital after the car accident, and Loretta sang "I fall to pieces" as a tribute to Patsy, in a radio broadcast from Ernest Tubb's Record Shop. Patsy heard the broadcast and sent her husband Charlie down to the record shop to fetch Loretta and bring her to the hospital, because Patsy really wanted to meet this girl... /Per
Per... I was just wondering if you know where I could get the "Glamorous" photo of Patsy. I would like a copy to add to the photos in my bedroom. Also... I love the site... I didn't realize how much there was that I didn't already know about Patsy! I am a 22 year old singer / housewife. I am currently in a band where I will perform a few Patsy songs... "Lovesick Blues" being my favorite... And I would love any unusual information about Patsy that could help me understand her life and style a little bit more.
Cindy <>
New Castle, PA - Friday, December 29, 2000 at 08:04:49 (MET)
Patsy Cline has been a huge influence on my career. I began singing her music when I was about 18 months old. She's a great talent lost.
Sarah Byrd <>
Hastings, Mn U.S.A. - Thursday, December 28, 2000 at 22:24:18 (MET)
Patsy Cline is my all time favorite singer. It is a sad that she had to die in a plane crash. May her songs live on.
OK, USA - Thursday, December 28, 2000 at 14:03:12 (MET)
I think that this is a great site. Patsy Cline was a great country singer. Just love her songs.
Darlene <>
OK, USA - Thursday, December 28, 2000 at 13:59:48 (MET)
Great web site! I was thrilled to find so much info on the very best singer ever. Keep up all the great work. Her fans greatly appericate it!
Robyn Huddy <>
Beaver Falls, PA USA - Thursday, December 28, 2000 at 04:36:51 (MET)
Comment: Thank you very much for your kind words, Robyn! /Per
I was wondering if anyone knew of a lullabye that was used in the movie "Raising Arizona" that was supposedly a Loretta Lynn song. Some of the lyrics are "for i did murder that dear little girl, whose name was Rose Connely". If this is Loretta Lynn, please let me know the title and what album it is on. I love this song. Thank you!
Traci Smith <>
Va Beach, VA USA - Thursday, December 28, 2000 at 04:15:09 (MET)
Comment: I searched the All Music Guide for the song "rose connely", and I got a song called "Rose Connolly", performed by the Everly Brothers. I don't know if that is the song you are looking for. I also searched for the album "raising arizona", and I got an album containing soundtracks from both "Raising Arizona" and "Blood Simple". All songs are written by Burwell, and it seems like all titles are instrumental, but I'm not sure. There is no mentioning of Loretta Lynn. You can go to AMG and look for yourself. There are also a few other sites that you can use when you are searching for songs, writers, performers and/or records: BMI, ASCAP and SESAC. /Per
Does anyone know if Patsy's mother Hilda, who sadly passed 2 years ago, had a collection of cards and letters from her famous daughter? It would be safe to assume she did... And will these ever be published in a book??? Last year, I was told the family had contimplated a book entitled "Letters Home"... Any truth in this, Per? Maybe Charlie or Julie could help us out with this info? Several years ago, I had dropped by to visit Charlie in Nashville but he wasn't home... Instead I had the good fortune of meeting Patsy's son, Randy, who was living with him at the time, and seems to be a mysterious figure, since he seldom is ever seen... I was shocked of how much he looks like his mother... Same lips, nose, and course brown hair!! At the time, he had long hair and looked like a rock'n'roller... Why don't we see him more at functions in memory of his late mother?
Alan Cofer <>
Georgetown, TN USA - Wednesday, December 27, 2000 at 14:37:06 (MET)
Comment: I have no info on such a book. And when it comes to Randy, I guess that he prefers to keep a low profile. That is his privilege. /Per
Please give me info of how to start modeling?
Deandrea Paul <>
Arlington, TX USA - Tuesday, December 26, 2000 at 21:43:56 (MET)
Retiring from the USAF in 2001. Moving back to Tennessee, the real home of country music.
Ron Buford <>
Saturday, December 23, 2000 at 17:43:44 (MET)
Merry Christmas, all!
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Saturday, December 23, 2000 at 13:54:35 (MET)
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL PATSY MUSIC LOVERS. You are right, when I read your letters and you all have one sure topic and that is that Patsy was the greatest, and no matter what your mood might be, or how you would like to feel, happy, emotional, bluezy, rock, what ever, you can find it all on her records, tapes and CDs. Something for everyone. So just entertain yourselves and enjoy your holidays the PATSY way. "JUST COME RIGHT IN, SIT RIGHT DOWN AND MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME". You too, Per.
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph. Ont. Canada - Thursday, December 21, 2000 at 19:47:56 (MET)
Patsy Cline had a great voice. I believe if she was alive today, she would be the Elvis of today. I would see her concerts. I love her song "Faded Love". It brings out the real Patsy Cline emotions. I believe when you sing a song like "Faded Love" you let the song tell the story. She did that. Long live Patsy Cline in our hearts. Thanks, Debbie G.
Debra Guerrero <>
San Antonio, TX USA - Wednesday, December 20, 2000 at 20:51:51 (MET)
I have to say the tribute to Patsy during the 75th Grand Ole Opry Anniversary celebration was my favorite of the evening. I sure would like to see more like that, three songs wasn't nearly enough.
Teresa Lynn Macko <>
Hanover Park, IL - Wednesday, December 20, 2000 at 10:32:39 (MET)
Hi! I wanted to ask a question about biographies written about Patsy. I am looking for the most perfect, accurate, indepth biography about her and her life. I have come across many but I want the best. I have come across the same problem with books about the Beatles.... There are so many and so many filled with 'might haves', or rumors so I don't want to make the same mistake with Patsy. It took me long enough to sort through the mess with the Beatles! So if any of you hardcore fans can give a recommendation I'd been forever greatful! I'm at the e-mail address below, or lennonluver99 on AOL instant messenger. THANKS!!! :):):)
Catherine <>
Albany, NY USA - Tuesday, December 19, 2000 at 08:04:37 (MET)
I have been a Patsy fan all of my life. I am in the process of recording some of her songs. I am also in a band in which I will perform some of her songs. It is nice to see that so many other people appriciate Patsy's music as much as I do. I would love to hear from any other Patsy singers out there!
Cindy <>
New Castle, PA - Tuesday, December 19, 2000 at 00:07:27 (MET)
Hello to all, just wanted say that I'm wishing you all a great Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2001 to all and may it be "PATSYIED" as you let it be... You can email me, as I'm still on the e-pals list on this site, under my other email address, but the one below, I can be reached at too!!!
Jacki <>
Canada - Monday, December 18, 2000 at 22:02:17 (MET)
Did Patsy ever record any Christmas songs, alone or with others?
Gina New <>
Ft Thomas, KY USA - Monday, December 18, 2000 at 17:12:00 (MET)
Comment: No, alas, she did not. There are no Christmas songs available with Patsy. She appears in two Kinescope videos, singing "Let it snow, let it snow" together with Ferlin Huskey, and "Winter Wonderland" together with Red Foley, but those are kept at the Country Music Hall of Fame, and are not available to the public. We can only hope that they will be released on video and/or CD sometime in the future... /Per
I love the web sites, and Patsy's voice is so passionate and powerful.
David Romero <>
Mission, TX U.S.A. - Sunday, December 17, 2000 at 18:00:44 (MET)
Please send me information on Loretta Lynn. I do not have an e-mail address, but my complete home address is Mr. Wayne Arnold, 6679 Badgett Sisters Parkway, Yanceyville, NC 27379. Telphone 336 694 1383 ask for Mr. Wayne Arnold. Thank You.
Mr. Wayne Arnold <None>
Yanceyville, NC USA. - Thursday, December 14, 2000 at 21:37:34 (MET)
Comment: To obtain official information, fan club information, etc., go to Loretta's official website, /Per
It is great to know that there are so many Patsy fans out there. I guess I feel I have a certain closeness to the whole resurgence of interest in Ms. Cline. I have been performing in "Patsy" tribute shows since 1993. In St. Louis, Missouri, Branson, Toronto, Wisconsin, a national tour, and now in Jacksonville, Florida. Gail Bliss has produced and stars as Patsy in this production. She is so good it is scary sometimes. Oh yeah, I was also in the first production of "A Closer Walk..." at the Texas Troubador in Nashville, Tennessee. I met someone there, Julie Jones. If anyone knows her e-mail address, please let me know. Thanks. If anyone hears of a Patsy show coming up after Feb. 6, 2001 let me know. I'm trying to stay working. I play fiddle, tic tac guitar (Harold Bradley taught me!) and upright bass. See ya!
Mark Thomas Baczynski <>
Millersville, TN 37072 - Thursday, December 14, 2000 at 18:40:34 (MET)
Hi All! I am not sure on how fast I can get a reply to this, but I need the answers by Dec 13/00. I had a request for the "Coal Miner's Daughter" soundtrack and I am having big time problems getting ALL the songs on Napster. Out of 14 songs I have 7. I need #'s 2,5,6,7,9,11,12 so far, as I am still trying. Can anyone help? Email me if ya can. Many thank u's for any help!
MF <>
Toronto, Canada - Tuesday, December 12, 2000 at 22:47:27 (MET)
She made good music.
Rusty <>
Gardena, CA USA - Tuesday, December 12, 2000 at 03:43:18 (MET)
Patsy Cline had the most fantastic voice ever. I've been a fan since I was five years old and now my niece Rachel, who is seven, loves her. A friend of mine, Sandy Kelly who lives in Southern Ireland performs a beautiful tribute concert in honour of Patsy along with George Hamilton the 4th. The concerts are always a sell out. Brilliant web site! Kim xxx
Kim Morton <>
Belfast, Northern Ireland - Friday, December 08, 2000 at 14:51:57 (MET)
We've donated one of the letters from our collection to VH1's Save The Music Auction which runs on the VH1 web site through December 18. The letter will also be featured in the show Rock Collector to air December 11 and repeating. We chose the February 14, 1958 letter. Patsy spoke about several upcoming engagements and her recording session the night before. The full text is in our book "Love Always, Patsy: Patsy Cline's letters to a friend". Save the Music donates musical instruments to schools.
Cindy Hazen <>
Memphis, TN - Monday, December 04, 2000 at 12:48:23 (MET)
Many people seem to think Patsy recorded Christmas songs...when in fact, she did not. Is it true that Charlie's second wife, Jamie Ryan, did the vocals for a scene in which Jessica Lange sings "Blue Christmas" at a drive-in in the motion picture, "Sweet Dreams"?
Alan Cofer <>
Georgetown, TN USA - Thursday, November 30, 2000 at 04:12:21 (MET)
Comment: Yes, that is true, and she also sings in the song "Rollin' in my sweet baby's arms", and I think, also in a short snippet of "Bill Bailey" in the same movie. Regarding Christmas songs: There are two Kinescope movies showing Patsy singing duets with Ferlin Huskey in "Let it snow, let it snow" and with Red Foley in "Winter wonderland", but those are not available to the public. I think they are kept at the Country Music Hall of Fame. /Per
I am only 18 years old. Patsy was indeed before my time, however, she has influenced my life incredibly. I remember my grandmother singing her songs to me as a little girl, and then maturing and singing her songs myself. I too am a singer, the Lord has truly blessed me. Patsy is my inspiration and guide. That is who I model myself after. I certainly believe I am her biggest fan as I'm sure you all do too. But not because I have all her CD's and know all her songs, and have her movie, but because of the love I have for her. I'm truly honored just to have seen this web site. Anyway, I sing Patsy's songs when I perform, and the look of recognition and pleasure on the faces of the audiences is indescribeable. I keep her memory alive by this, and as fans the rest of you in some way or another are responsible too. I believe Patsy would approve as I am sure she's wathching over all of us. To any Patsy fan in Georgia or nearby: I perform at the Newborn Opry every 3rd Sat. of the month. This is not an advertisement, but just in case you wanted to hear my salute to Patsy. God bless you all and God bless Patsy too. Sincerely, Vanessa Smith
Vanessa Smith <234 Brookside Dr>
Dallas, GA USA - Sunday, November 26, 2000 at 21:32:42 (MET)
Hello Per & everyone... Happy Thanksgiving from us here in Tennessee. I hope everyone is well and enjoying many blessing and is thankful for each one at this special time of the year. Here in the states we have just celebrated our Thanksgiving Day (Thursday), and the biggest shopping day of the year (Friday). I don't venture out on that day. I would, but that is one day that I can actually not do anything, and get away with it! I can hardly believe it is November... We had some very warm weather here for a while, and it has only gotten cold recently, so it hasn't seemed like it should be this late in the year yet. All the kids are fine and finishing up the first half of the school year. We always have family come to our house for the holidays, so we are busy... but then, when are we not? I hope that everyone has many blessings to count, and when I count my blessings, I know that you are each a blessing. You are a special part of the reason I can remember my mom. You keep her alive and share a special part of our lives. I thank God for that privilege. May you all remember the reason for celebrating this special time of the year. For the good Lord's love. For the gift of His Son. For not giving us what we deserve, but what He knows we need. Thank you all! Happy Holidays!
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Sunday, November 26, 2000 at 05:57:35 (MET)

Comment: Happy Holidays to you and your family, Julie! /Per
I've always loved Patsy Cline and all country & western. I was just browsing through the Internet and I found this site and I love it. Keep the good work up, it'd be great to hear from you.
Gavin Wicks <>
Portland, Vic Australia - Tuesday, November 14, 2000 at 08:12:29 (MET)
Comment: Thanks for liking the site, Gavin! /Per
Hi all you great Patsy Fans out there. Have you noticed that we are nearly at the last page on our treasured Patsy calendars? I am so used to looking at it day in and day out, as it hangs beside my computer, that I think I'll be lost without it. How about you? It was a great souveneir, thanks Vyv! May have to do this year over again just to read the mementos and to look at the pictures. I don't mind tho, as it was a fun year, and going to Nashville, Winchester and a couple of Patsy shows were the highlights. Specially spending time with Charlie, Julie, Richard and the kids and of course all my 'Patsy Puppies'. You are so kind to me and I appreciate every minute of it all. Thanks for all the memories. Annie or Granny Annie
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph, Ont., Canada - Saturday, November 04, 2000 at 04:13:13 (MET)
The exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame will be up through December. We're hoping to move this exhibit to another location next spring, but we don't have anything definite to report. We'll keep the forum informed and will post news on our web site The letter that Per quoted, in which Patsy said her favorite foods were chicken and spaghetti, is on display at the Hall of Fame. It is also published in full, along with 47 other letters, in our book "Love Always, Patsy"
Cindy Hazen <>
Memphis, TN - Friday, November 03, 2000 at 18:42:39 (MET)
This is a quality page. I have found it very useful. I do have one question that I am having a hard time finding the answer to. How tall was Patsy Cline? It is not information that everybody wants to know, so it is not very publicized like all the other info. Can you help?
Liza <>
- Wednesday, November 01, 2000 at 18:28:40 (MET)
Comment: Thanks for your kind words about the site! Patsy stood 5 ft 5½ in. At age 23 she weighed 135 lbs, according to the information she included in her first letter to Treva Miller. Some other trivia: She had brown hair and brown eyes, her favorite foods were chicken and spaghetti, and she collected salt & pepper shakers and earrings. /Per
When I first heard about Patsy Cline I thought to myself, WOW!!!! I couldn't believe how her music was so moving. My cousin had a tape of her and she gave it to me to listen to. So I went home and sat down and listened to every word, it was truly amazing!!! It was like she was singing to you.....singing about your life! Patsy Cline is one of the best singers in this world, she knew what she wanted to do in her life and so she followed her heart and became one of the best singers ever. Patsy Cline is a legend. Hero's are remembered, but legends never forgotten!!
Colette <>
Corner Brook, Nf Canada - Wednesday, November 01, 2000 at 14:55:44 (MET)
Hey all. I was told that a new Patsy video is in the works, but I am wondering if any of you out there knows when it will be released. To my knowledge, it is to consist of all of her TV clips. I think that it would be absolutely fabulous to have this without people talking over it and such. Any info?
Wade Settle <>
San Diego, CA - Monday, October 30, 2000 at 07:53:50 (MET)
Does anybody know if the Patsy exhibit is still showing at the County Music Hall of Fame, and for how long? I am going to Nashville later in the week for the NASCAR Slim Jim All Pro race on Sunday and hope to have a chance to visit the exhibit (if it's still there). If anyone knows you can email me or post it here. I read this forum frequently! Thanks.
Ashley Briggs <>
Mars Hill, NC USA - Monday, October 30, 2000 at 01:33:20 (MET)
I just love this Patsy Cline web site. One of the very best I've seen so far. A lot of research, love and devotion has went into it, I can tell. I am a avid Loretta Lynn fan, collector and researcher and would enjoy hearing from fellow Loretta Lynn fans. I'm interested in knowing if there is anyone out there that has awards information from such trade publications like Billboard, Cash Box, Record World, Country Song Roundup, etc, etc. These were the country music awards in the early years before the CMA, ACM, American Music Awards, Peoples Choice, etc, etc. I'm trying to compile a list of everything Loretta Lynn won from these trade publications back then.
Rick Cornett <>
Toledo, Oh USA - Thursday, October 26, 2000 at 06:33:03 (MET)
Comment: Thanks for your kind words about the site, Rick! /Per
Helen Smith: Tho Patsy did not record a Christmas album, there is video of her dueting with Ferlin Husky on "Let it Snow" and Red Foley on "Winter Wonderland". The footage has not been released on video or audio. It does exist at the Country Music Hall of Fame. 10-14's Opry Lorrie Morgan did a wonderful renedition of "Crazy" for the 75th b-day celebration. Always, Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY - Wednesday, October 18, 2000 at 21:45:56 (MET)
Recently I visited Patsy Cline's gravesite, and was told by the administrators there at Shenandoah Memorial Park, that due to the outrage of thousands of fans, Patsy's simple, and unattractive, gravemarker will be replaced. There is a photo of her gravesite at, and several more to be posted in the next few days. As soon as the new marker is placed, and I make the trip north, I will add it to the site. Please check it out. Randy
Randy Clayton <>
Nashville, TN USA - Wednesday, October 17, 2000 at 08:04:47 (MET)
It's a very great page!!!
Hein Hochmeister <>
Germany - Sunday, October 15, 2000 at 22:00:10 (MET)
I just found the info on Patsy Cline and I think it's great. I am a singer myself and I do alot of her songs when I perform, it's great. And I look forward to being a part of this service as well. Thanks.
Elaine Abbott <>
Pensacola, FL USA - Sunday, October 15, 2000 at 19:36:29 (MET)
Hi all! Does anyone know if Patsy recorded any Christmas albums, and if so, are they available to buy?
Helen Smith <>
England - Sunday, October 15, 2000 at 15:32:20 (MET)
Comment: No, Patsy did not record any Christmas albums, and we are many who are sorry about that... It would have been fantastic! /Per
Just got back from a trip to Nashville - How I would love to hear Loretta in Nashville! Someday maybe... Went to the Grand Old Opry in April- my first time - hoped by some fluke that she would be performing - not so, I'm afraid! What has beome of all of Loretta's children? Thanks for listening. Sincerely, Cathi Whittleton.
Cathi Whittleton <catann1069>
Santa Fe, NM USA - Saturday, October 14, 2000 at 01:22:26 (MET)
Comment: Well, the twins, Patsy and Peggy, are having a career of their own in country music, under the name "The Lynns". I don't know much about the other children. Loretta's sister Crystal Gayle is, as I'm sure you know, a big country star also. And her sister Peggy Sue Webb has also released at least one country album. /Per
Just can't get enough info on Patsy! Just got back from visiting Nasville & ernest Tubb's second record shop where I bought a book about her & the CD "Patsy Cline Duets". What has happened to Patsy's children & husband? Sincerely, Cathi Whittleton.
Cathi Whittleton <catann1069>
Santa Fe, NM USA - Saturday, October 14, 2000 at 01:11:42 (MET)
Comment: They are still around! :-) Patsy's husband Charlie and their children Julie and Randy are all very active in managing Patsy's estate, and keeping her memory alive. Both Julie and Charlie have written here in the forum several times. Charlie is often attending the various gatherings and shows related to Patsy, and both Charlie and Julie were attending when Patsy got her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for example. Patsy's mother, Hilda, who sadly passed away in Dec 1998, and Patsy's sister Sylvia Mae, founded the Patsy Cline Memorial Foundation. As far as I know, both Syliva and her brother Sam (John) are both still living in the Winchester area, while Charlie, Julie and Randy are living in the Nashville area. /Per
No, I never seen this lady who has one of the most amazing voice's I've ever heard. But I wished I'd had, but I wasn't even born yet. I watched several times the movie "Sweet Dreams", and have listened to her albums enough to know this woman. She is one of my favorite singers today. Somehow some way I feel I have known her just by hearing her thru her songs. I bet she was an amazing woman and till this day I love to sing her songs, even my children have come to know her. I am 34 years old now, and all these years I just wish I could have seen her in concert one time. I thank God for letting the world hear this woman's wonderful voice, that will never be forgotten. PATSY CLINE: Sweet Dreams...
Lorraine <>
Burton, MI USA - Monday, October 09, 2000 at 22:18:43 (MET)
Hey all, attended an Alan Jackson show the other night. At the beginning of his set, he recreated the sound of a radio tuning into a station, first up was picture of Hank Sr and "Your Cheating Heart". They used snippets and photos of several legdenary performers. When Patsy was put up, the place went wild and stayed wild. What a thrill for me to see and hear Patsy like this in my hometown! Always, Jimmy
Jimmy W <>
Lexington, KY - Monday, October 09, 2000 at 01:25:59 (MET)
Hi to all, and Per, it's been awhile since my last posting. I want to wish you all A HAPPY THANKSGIVING as we are celebrating it in Canada this weekend. I would love to see a POETRY PAGE added on to this site, for fans who love to write poetry such as myself, and express our tributes for Patsy through words to share with Patsy fans all over the world. Anyone like this idea?! Please feel free to email me at either address... or at the email below this post... thanku and bye... Clinely always, Jacki :)
Jacki <>
Ottawa, Canada - Saturday, October 07, 2000 at 18:27:53 (MET)
I would love to see anything you have on Patsy Cline's plane crash. I love to hear her sing.
Margie Hood <>
Moulton, AL USA - Saturday, October 07, 2000 at 17:38:19 (MET)
I have always loved to hear Patsy Cline sing. I am a big fan of her life and songs.
Margie Hood <>
Moulton, Al USA - Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 20:18:59 (MET)
Such a great loss to us, such a beautiful woman with such wonderful accomplishments! Patsy, although you are gone, in our hearts you will always stay! Sweet dreams, Patsy!
Pamela J. Warrick <>
Cleveland, Oh USA - Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 16:19:36 (MET)
Hey all, I was able to listen to George Strait's new CD "George Strait". He has done a cover of "Your Stronger Than Me". Wonderful TX shuffle, quite different from Patsy's. I do think she would be proud. Hopefully this will be a single. Jimmy W.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky USA - Tuesday, October 03, 2000 at 01:19:41 (MET)
Hi fellow fans... Last April I made a "pilgrimage" to Tennessee to visit Patsy places like the Ryman, her last home, and the site of the plane crash. It was a memorable, thrilling trip, and getting to see the places I'd read about and thought about so many times while listening to Patsy's music, was fascinating. The reason for this message is to tell about what I came across at the site of Patsy's plane crash. This is a delicate subject, I know, because there's nothing to be gained from focusing on the sad end of Patsy's life when there are so many positive things to enjoy.

But the thing is, that while walking down the hill to the left (west?) of the information kiosk at the site, I came across a 6 inch, jagged piece of flat plexiglass with a small piece of clear rubbery adhesive at one corner. This was in April when the grass was just starting to poke up. It was sticking down in the ground at the edge of a water puddle. It seems unbelievable that part of a window from the plane could still be there after 37 years, but after talking to people who own Piper Comanche planes of that vintage, I have learned that the rear side windows of the plane were flat plexiglass and had adhesive on the edge. (Per helped me find out the type of plane Patsy was in).

If you've been to the site, you know there isn't much out there that would explain a piece of jagged plexiglass stuck in the ground, except for the plane crash. My best guess is that because the plexiglass is clear, was standing on edge, and was down in the ground a bit, it was overlooked all this time. Probably any other time of year, the tall grass would hide it. Again I want to be clear that I mean no disrespect in any way to Patsy's memory; I treasure her music and story. But as a fellow fan I think you can understand why I wanted to share this story with someone. If you'd like to see the photos I took of the piece and the place I found it, I'll be glad to send them to you -- just drop me an email. Thanks much.
Mark Jankus <>
Burnsville, MN USA - Sunday, October 01, 2000 at 02:19:31 (MET)

Patsy Cline has to be the greatest country performer that ever lived. She had a beautiful voice and, from what I know, had a wonderful personality as well. I love her and she will never die.
Julia McElraft <>
Marion, VA USA - Friday, September 29, 2000 at 14:55:56 (MET)
Hi all, I just found this site & so glad I did. I've been an avid Patsy Cline fan many years. I was in Nashville this past weekend (9-23-00/9-24-00) with my son & his family. We went to the "Nashville Palace" for dinner & my 9 year old granddaughter, who is a wonderful singer, was invited to go on stage & sing with the band. She sang my favorite Patsy Cline song, "Crazy". When she finished, the band leader told her that Patsy's husband, Charlie Dick, was there. We had no idea, and were very glad to meet him. He was very nice & made pictures with my granddaughter & encouraged her to keep singing. I've always played Patsy's songs for her & she was singing them before she could read. So, she is already a big fan also. Thank you Per, for this site.
Retha <>
Mauldin, SC - Thursday, September 28, 2000 at 01:50:47 (MET)
Comment: Thanks for liking the site, Retha! /Per
I have been a great fan of Patsy Cline for many years. But for what is it worth I find these similarites very interesting: We both share the same birthday (not year) and our first born child share the same birthday (also not year). I think that is pretty cool, especially the fact that I loved this artist's music long before I new this info. I thank you for this site and listening to my story. Thank you, Liz:)
Liz <>
Philadelphia, PA USA - Wednesday, September 27, 2000 at 05:10:31 (MET)
I think "Crazy" is the best song ever recorded.
Debbie David <>
St Charles, MO - Sunday, September 24, 2000 at 06:51:07 (MET)
Hi Per & Patsy Fans --- I just realized that it's been quite a long time since I've written to the forum here, though I do check in often to read what others are writing. Wade, I read that you saw Loretta in concert (in San Diego, I presume). I was privileged to see her last Saturday (16th) in Las Vegas, and you're quite right, she put on a great show, proving why she's a legend. It's been real good to hear all the interesting stories from Bill Cox, Jimmy Walker, Sue Wilden, Mark Willix and the others who were lucky enough to get to Winchester a few weeks ago for the Patsy festivities. I am definitely planning to make it there next year. Per, you should try to come also, it would be great for all of us to get together. And thanks again, Per, for bringing Patsy to the worldwide web and for being the inspiration for all the Patsy sites (my own included) who have followed your lead.
Guy Cesario <>
Burbank, IL - Sunday, September 24, 2000 at 01:46:16 (MET DST)
Comment: Thank you very much, Guy! You are very kind! The reason for making my site was to show my love and appreciation for Patsy and her music, and to make contact with other Patsy Cline fans, and to provide a place where fans can not only obtain information about Patsy, but also get to know each other, and communicate. And if I have in some way succeded in that mission, nobody is happier than I! Furthermore, the Patsy sites that some of you guys have made, are all fantastic, and in many respects surely more fun to visit than mine, because you have put a little more "personal touch" into them. But, overall, the most important thing for all of us, is to provide and exchange information about the greatest singer of all times, Patsy Cline, and to show her the respect that she deserves! /Per
Patsy Cline has been an inspiration to my singing. In fact, I have been told that I sound remarkably like her.
Cindy Anderson <cla0928>
Kokomo, Indiana USA - Thursday, September 21, 2000 at 12:48:26 (MET DST)
I just found this site, and I think it's great! The bio on Patsy Cline was awesome!
Beckey <>
Oklahoma City, OK America - Monday, September 18, 2000 at 22:01:51 (MET DST)
Just a quick hello...(I need to come back when I can stay longer and chat, I know)...but I had to pass along a bit of info...if any of you frequent the eBay auction pages, you know there are a couple of autographs up for auction. (An autograph shows up every now and then). There is one on there that IN MY OPINION is not authentic. Just thought you might like to know. Take care and HAPPY FALL Y'ALL!
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Monday, September 18, 2000 at 19:21:53 (MET DST)

Hey!! Just wanted to tell everyone that I finally got to see Loretta Lynn in concert the other night. She sang for over an hour and promoted her new CD "Still Country". The new album is awesome and goes to show that a legend still can sing as good as these new ones out today. She signed an old LP of hers that I have. She really is a sweetheart. The Lynns came onstage and sang "Coal Miner's Daughter" with her, and it was a great show. It will surely take a few months to get over this one. If y'all get a chance, check out her new CD. It's worth the money. Be good! Bye
Wade Settle <>
San Diego, CA - Sunday, September 17, 2000 at 04:06:15 (MET DST)
Crazy - Crazy for feeling this way... Just wanted to join in with all the other Patsy lovers!!
Conny <>
Warren, OH USA - Saturday, September 16, 2000 at 17:22:38 (MET DST)
Hi Everyone, I just found this site!!! What a great one! I was looking through a browser trying to fine a recording studio that I could make a tape or CD of Patsy for my brothers. I grew up on all of her music because of my mom. My mother loved Patsy and would always sing around the house, etc... Whenever I hear her on the radio I almost go to tears wherever I am. You see, my mom died of cancer almost 3 years ago and it was well over a year until I could even hear a Patsy song!! Now I want to make a tribute CD for my brothers and to my mom. I cannot tell you how much Patsy means to me. Her music has made such an impact in my life as well as my moms. I miss them both, but, if I know my mom, she is playing guitar and singing with Patsy everyday in heaven. I am 41 years old and my mom would be 84. Thanks Patsy, and mom, I love you!
Karen Moyers-Stodelle <>
Houston, Tx USA - Wednesday, September 13, 2000 at 06:06:53 (MET DST)
How blessed we are that Patsy was born into this world on this day 68 years ago! Thank you, Per, for introducing Patsy into cyberspace and introducing us Patsifans to each other! My life is richer because of Patsy, you, and the fans who have become my friends.
Lisa, The Homesick Texan <>
Republic of Tx - Saturday, September 09, 2000 at 01:17:43 (MET DST)
Comment: Thanks, Lisa, for your kind words! You are my favorite person, except for Lisa! ;-) Thank you for many unforgettable moments in PatsyLand! /Per
Happy Birthday Darlin'! Running down to HOLLYWOOD tomorrow to polish your STAR. Thanks for the music.
CA - Friday, September 08, 2000 at 15:38:29 (MET DST)
Happy Birthday to my favorite music artist of all times!
Pam Underwood <rluwood@prodigy.,net>
Raleigh, NC USA - Friday, September 08, 2000 at 15:36:43 (MET DST)
Happy birthday, Patsy!
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Friday, September 08, 2000 at 07:27:40 (MET DST)
Hey gang! Just got back from Winchester and boy was it a trip! Any true Patsy fan needs to make at least one pilgrimage to Virginia, and Labor Day weekend is a devine time to go! Mel and JD ought to be commended for all their hard work! I am really bad about checking in here, but I will try to do better in the future!
There are several services out there which do a title search on vehicles from the day it rolled off the assembly line to the present. And, depending on the state, you may be able to request a title search through the BMV. Any "how to find any one or anything" book has addresses of reputable businesses which do such a thing. If this car proves to be a Patsy car, we need to see pictures. Another suggestion, write Charlie and ask if he has any information, old insurance paperwork or what have ya to verify the car.
Sue Wilden <>
Noblesville, In USA - Thursday, September 07, 2000 at 03:11:00 (MET DST)
To re-mix any music for a club dance scene is to remove the sentiment and drown the words with solid body thumping beat. Patsy's voice is to be listened to, it is the voice, emotion and music that are the entertainment and pleasure. "Crazy" was added to the Insane mix simply because "crazy" and "insane" are of similar meaning. Regards, Bernard
Bernard Green <,com>
Sharnbrook, UK - Wednesday, September 06, 2000 at 21:13:40 (MET DST)
Howdy friends and neighbors everywhere! Hope all is well with y'all. Wanted to let y'all know that I went record shopping and I found some Patsy 45s. They are "Walkin' After Midnight" (original Decca 1957 release) / "Poor Man's Roses", "Someday" / "Your Kinda Love" (1963 orange promo Decca label) and an EP containing "Walkin", "Loved and lost again", "Honky Tonk Merry go Round", and "I love You Honey" (black label that just says Patsy Cline promo not for sale). Would like to know a year for release on that one. Also an early Starday 45 by Dottie West. I'm a tellin ya, I liked have went thru the roof when I found those singles. I would love to hear from any of you folks out there, so please email me. I alwayas love making new pals. Take care.
Wade Settle <>
San Diego, CA - Wednesday, September 06, 2000 at 16:15:22 (MET DST)
Hello All! I wanted to bring up something that has been mentioned many times in recent years regarding Patsy's music and its appeal to the younger generation. I have heard this question a million times..... "Why has nobody ever remixed Patsys music for the clubs?"..... I am surprised no DJ has bootleged club versions of her music already. Patsy was featured in a song by techno dance group called [kodeIV], entiltled "INSANE" a few years back, but all you heard was her one line singing "CRAZY". I never heard of any lawsuits brought against these guys. This whole idea may sound absurd to the older generation of Patsy fans, but Patsy's music appeals to so many young people in this world, and there seems to be more oldies remixed for the dance clubs these days, and are hits!!! Imagine Patsy with a dance hit..... I personally would love the idea..... There's no doubt it would sell. Some might question the integrity of messing with her classic songs, but come on, people, the classics will never go away..... She left them with us forever!!!! Think of a Pop Dance version of her songs as a new suit..... That's all those versions are! Can you imagine a remix to "Sweet Dreams" by DJ's Thunderpuss 2000 or even Hex Hector!!!!!! It's being done all the time by country artists.... I have club mixes by Dolly Parton, Faith Hill, Trisha Yearwood, Shania Twain, Tammy Wynette, Crystal Gayle..... And they all sound great!!!!! Charlie or Julie, if you are reading this, ask the kids and grandkids if they think it would be cool or not..... PATSY would sure love it if she saw it bring a smile on peoples faces..... She'd probably say, "HOSS, AINT THAT A KICK IN THE HEAD!"
Alan Cofer <>
Georgetown, TN 37336 - Tuesday, September 05, 2000 at 08:16:02 (MET DST)
Hi Everyone, Martina McBride was on the Grand Ole Opry Sat. night, she announced what an honor it was to be selected to play the part of Patsy Cline in an IMAX movie about country legends. She said it would probably be released early next spring. She sang "Walking After Midnight" on the televised segment. Thanks again, Per, for this web site.
Jimmy Cee <>
Baltimore, Md USA - Sunday, September 03, 2000 at 18:17:23 (MET DST)
Has anyone heard of a new movie involving Patsy Cline? I was listening to the radio in my car and caught the end of a report that Martina McBride has been tapped to play the part of Patsy in a new movie! That would be so great! Hope everyone has a safe and good trip to Winchester tomorrow. I will not be able to go but I did go 4 yrs ago and will always remember that trip. I am so thankful for Patsy and her music! She was and is the GREATEST!
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC USA - Friday, September 01, 2000 at 01:45:57 (MET DST)
Comment: I have added some info about the movie on the news page now! /Per
I ran across this site and was purely excited at the fact that I can even enjoy Patsy Cline while I am at work. I must say the small biography of Patsy made me happy and sad at the same time. I have been a long time fan of Patsy Cline, even though I am only 23. I can remember my Grandfather playing her music, and I remember, at the age of 9 enjoying it. I now own her music and enjoy listening to it. This is a really wonderful and touching site.
Jeremy <>
Orlando, FL USA - Wednesday, August 30, 2000 at 13:47:44 (MET DST)
Comment: Thank you very much for your kind words about the site! /Per
I happened to be surfing the net and found this beautiful and moving site. What a great tribute to Patsy Cline (RIP). You and her fans have done a great job in keeping her memory alive. Keep up the good work!!!
M. McMichael <>
New York, NY - Monday, August 28, 2000 at 15:37:10 (MET DST)
Comment: Thank you very much! It is comments like yours that make all the efforts worthwhile! /Per
Please help me. I am a first time user of webtv. I need help getting anything audio on this site if at all possible. I have loved her music ever since I can rember and I am 56 years old.
Herman Hull <>
Knotts Ils., NC USA - Saturday, August 26, 2000 at 17:10:59 (MET DST)
Comment: I don't know the first thing about WebTV, but I can tell you that there is no audio at this site, except for a few Midi sound files on this page, and a few MP3 sound samples with Erica Dawn Synowsky on this page. For sound samples from Patsy's recordings, visit Lisa Flood's site, "Patsified!". /Per
My interest has been sparked by the movie "Sweet Dreams" that my daughter was watching on the Romance Classics channel when I got home last night. We just moved here to Martinsburg/Kearneysville, WV from Nashville, TN, last year. Since I was born after the Patsy years, I really didn't know alot about her. Although it's amazing that I know her songs. I also heard alot when the Ryman was having a show about her a few summers ago. I'm curious as to where her children are now.
Rhoda Mikita <>
Kearneysville, WV US - Friday, August 25, 2000 at 21:27:35 (MET DST)
Hi everyone! Can anyone tell me where I can buy a Patsy Cline T-shirt?
Helen Smith <>
England - Thursday, August 24, 2000 at 20:39:09 (MET DST)
Love Patsy, but have to sell an old album of hers. Does anyone know where a good place is? I have "The Patsy Cline Story", a double album. Thanks, tk
tk <>
WA USA - Wednesday, August 23, 2000 at 22:56:29 (MET DST)
Received response from Michael about Patsy's Clines automobile. Many thanks to him. Tried to thank him but the message would not go thru. Enjoy reading the information about Patsy's life. My husband and I are fans of hers from years ago. Annette
Annette Carlat <>
Arlington, TX - Tuesday, August 22, 2000 at 22:00:25 (MET DST)
My aunt died over eleven years ago. One memory I have of her is a song she used to sing to me. It was called "Letter to Heaven." I was young at the time and think I remember my aunt telling me that it was Patsy Cline who sang this song. Has anyone ever heard this song? Is Patsy Cline the singer of the song? I have been searching for the song for a while and would love to find it.
Anne Hebior <>
Mundelein, Il USA - Sunday, August 20, 2000 at 05:03:11 (MET DST)
Comment: Patsy never recorded that song. Sister Wynona Carr has written and recorded a song by that name, and Dolly Parton has also recorded a song by that name. According to AMG, Dolly's song is written by Jeffe, so it seems that it is two different songs with the same title. /Per
I'm looking for info about live shows Patsy played in the year following her terrible car crash. A friend's father got hired to play bass for her when she was in the Upstate NY area. Probably in Rochester. Just dates and/or venues would be a good start though photos would be a stroke of luck... Does a day-by-day listing or her shows exist, or can anyone give me any other pointers?
Kim <>
NY - Saturday, August 19, 2000 at 19:50:04 (MET DST)
I love Patsy Cline with all my heart. She is the most beautiful and talented person I have ever heard or seen. I love her with all my heart and soul, I just cant tell you how much I love her. Thank you very much for helping to keep her memory alive. Love always, Carrie
Carrie Lee Aubin <>
Union Bridge, Md USA - Friday, August 18, 2000 at 02:04:40 (MET DST)
Looking for information regarding Patsy Cline's automobile in 1960. Specifically, does anyone know if she owned a white 1960 Oldsmobile convertible? We own a 1960 Olds 88 convertible that we were told once belonged to Patsy. We are looking for a way to verify this. It was supposedly sold to Patsy in Las Vegas. Because the courthouse in Las Vegas burned down, we are unable to trace thru the typical title search process. She may have bought this car either before or after her accident in 1961. Any information would be very much appreciated. Joe and Annette Carlat
Annette Carlat <>
Arlington, TX USA - Friday, August 18, 2000 at 01:03:14 (MET DST)
Hi all. Hope everyone is doing great. I have so many Patsy questions but my most thought about one is her clothing. Has anyone seen any of "The Cline's" outfits besides the ones in the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Opryland Museum? I've often wondered about her outfits and dresses and wigs used in the Showcase, Sentimentally Yours & Faded Love photo shoots, as well as her famous tiara. Has anybody come in contact with these in museums or whatnot? If so I'd love to hear from you. Thanks as always, Per and God Bless Everyone! Your Friend, Jared
Matthew Jared Vaughn <Psalms287MJV@AOL.COM>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Monday, August 14, 2000 at 05:00:39 (MET DST)
Just wanted to let reader now that Sally Struthers, from "All in the Family" is doing the part of Louise in "APC" in Las Vegas at the Silverton Hotel/Casino. She was on an oldies radio show earlier this week talking about the show. She was highly pump and said the show was doing good. I have also heard APC will be in Utah this month and in FL soon. I believe Gail Bliss is doing the FL show as Patsy. Wonderful person and performer. Also, Terri Williams is in San Antiono, TX doing "APC". She has done this part numerous times. She was on Crook and Chase in Jan, 2000. That is all the news I have..... Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky - Monday, August 14, 2000 at 00:53:42 (MET DST)
I enjoyed the site on Patsy. It was great.
Christina Day <>
Seneca, SC USA - Monday, August 07, 2000 at 23:16:28 (MET DST)
News from the Mandy Barnett web master is that the Ryman Aud. has extented the APC show with Mandy and Tere to include shows on 8-18 and 8-19-2000. Mandy also told me she will have a show 9-7-2000 in Nashville at the Belcourt Theater. There is a url to Mandy's website, click on my name below. Always Jimmy 8-6-00
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky - Monday, August 07, 2000 at 00:19:43 (MET DST)
I absolutely adore anything to do with Patsy Cline's music... I love to read anything about her and her life and music career... I have most of her songs on CD now, and plan to try and get the collection...
Glenda Tinsley <>
Livingston, Tn USA - Wednesday, August 02, 2000 at 01:28:35 (MET DST)
Hi all my Patsy Puppies, start getting your Patsy T-shirts and Patsy stuff out and get packing for another wonderful week-end in the historic town of "Winnie". We will be there with bells on, as the saying goes. As will many new comers and several from across the pond. We must welcome them with open arms as that is a long trip for them. They are truly dedicated to Patsy and her music. The social part is great too, sharing memories from each year and having some good laughs. Bye for now, hope to see y'all Labour Day Week-end. Maybe we can hop on the hay-wagon together at the picnic. It is fun, as the whole week-end is. So come along, pay your respects to Patsy and have fun.
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph, On Canada - Tuesday, August 01, 2000 at 21:55:17 (MET DST)
I love Patsy.
Kelly <>
Morgantown, WV USA - Sunday, July 23, 2000 at 03:54:14 (MET DST)
I love Patsy's music... "Crazy" is one of my favs...
Lita Shockley <y87gtcnv@webtv,net>
Mayodan, NC USA - Saturday, July 22, 2000 at 15:22:53 (MET DST)
Fellow Cline fans, I have a new site that is 3 months old on the web. Visit it & let me know what you think of it on the message board on the Cool Cline Stuff page. Jeffrey
Jeffrey S. <>
VA USA - Thursday, July 20, 2000 at 21:58:48 (MET DST)
Planning a September first time visit to Nashville. Would love to see her museum, tribute shows, are these near Opryland? Anybody around the town to meet from family or co workers, etc? Also very much into Elvis, looking forward for the same on him in town.... Know any?
John Lynd <>
Ontario, Ca USA - Thursday, July 20, 2000 at 01:58:36 (MET DST)
I just love the songs "Walking After Midnight", "Crazy" and "I Fall to Pieces". Even though I was young when Patsy died, I have always liked her music. I also like the song "Back in Baby's Arms". Let's face it. I like all of her music! It's too bad she can't be around to perform live. Why do all the talented ones go so young? I think it's great that there are still a lot of fans keeping her memory alive. A fan, Theresa
Theresa Workman <>
Coshocton, OH USA - Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 23:53:24 (MET DST)
I just wanted to say what a great site this is. It's amazing how many fans there is even though the one and only beautiful Patsy Cline is gone to the heavens above. Although she's gone, she still lives in all of our hearts.
Jalayna Jones <>
Lantana, Florida U.S.A - Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 21:34:56 (MET DST)
Hello everyone! How are you guys doing? I have a favor to ask of you all. I don't know if anyone is familiar with the tv show, "Your Big Break"? It is broadcasted every Saturday on ABC at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. What the show is: It's a talent show where the contestant gets made up to be just like a famous signer that they idolize. They sing a song and the audience votes to see who wins. Well... The great news is that they are holding auditions in Pittsburgh, PA on the 24th of this month. What I need from you guys is a Patsy song that you all think would capture the audience. The audience seems to be between the ages of 20-40 and they really seem to like upbeat the past. Any suggests on what I should do. My view point is that I should do a fast song, but to me, it seems I can get a lot more emotion and sound when I take my time with a song number. O.k. Thanks and email me with any suggestions :o) Take care! Always, Erica Dawn
Erica Dawn <>
Butler, PA 16001 - Monday, July 17, 2000 at 17:09:01 (MET DST)
Hey guys! Hope everyone is doing well. Just wanted to let you know that I recently bought an old Dottie West LP and it contains a song called "Left-Over Corner of your Heart." I noticed that Charlie Dick co-wrote the song. Very interesting. Sony is doing fabulous in reissuing classic Columbia LPs. One that I just bought some of you may find interesting is "The Spectacular Johnny Horton" from 1960. This is a great album. Well, bye for now and everyone have a great week!
Wade Settle <>
- Monday, July 17, 2000 at 06:19:24 (MET DST)
Gidday, eh, from me, I know, it's been awhile since my last appearance on here, and wanted to let u know, I'm still hoping to hear from all Patsy fans, from 18-up, as I have posted in the E-pals section on this site, I even emailed to someone on there, but never got a reply :( Oh well, love to hear from PATSY PEOPLE, so drop me a line, if u have the time...bye... Jacki
Jacki <>
Ottawa, Canada - Saturday, July 15, 2000 at 19:44:24 (MET DST)
Hey all, here is some upcoming news: 1; Mike Freeman and Cindy Hazen, authors of "Love Always, Patsy", will be on Eddie Stubbs program on WSM Aug 3. I am not sure of the times but is should be after 8 pm CST time. 2; On Aug 4 they will be at Ernest Tubb Record Shops signing copies of the book. I believe this is the Music Valley Location. 3; The date is not confirmed, but the Winchester Star is preparing a story on Patsy and Nashville. They hope to have it in this July 15 (Saturday) edition. 4; Mandy Barnett is scheduled to appear on the PBS show Sessions at West 54. It will be appearing this weekend in many cities of the USA. Always, Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY - Friday, July 14, 2000 at 00:36:43 (MET DST)
I've never been to Hodag Countryfest in Rhinelander, but I'd get front row center to hear you, Mandy. I cannot tell my friends about your totally beefy sound (I use that term in the most positive of ways. I anxiously await the day, as I'm sure you do, when you get the kind of recognition you deserve, that is to say, the freshest, yet most remeniscent sound that country and blues have heard in such a long time. Please keep up the good work. This guy who has been hooked on classic rock, Billy Joel, Van Halen, and Judas Priest of all bands, really likes your style. If you can convert me to your brand of country, than the world's your oyster, or chicken wing.
Pete Centner <>
Rhinelander, WI USA - Friday, July 14, 2000 at 00:24:00 (MET DST)
Every time I listen to her music I get chills up and down my spine.
Connie Cutright <>
Ashland, Ky USA - Tuesday, July 11, 2000 at 06:59:57 (MET DST)
Hi all my "Patsy Puppies". Just wanted you to know that "Mr. Star", Mario Munoz, is down in Hollywood this weekend, shining OUR STAR'S STAR. Patsy's. He says it will be shining so brightly that the stars in heaven will be blinking. Drop him a line of thanks if you have his address. OK. Can't wait until Labour Day to join the Patsy fans'n'friends in Winchester, to pay our respect and show our loyalty to Patsy. Hope to see you there. Sincerely, Anne Armstrong and family.
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph, Ontario, Canada - Sunday, July 09, 2000 at 16:36:38 (MET DST)
I have been a Patsy fan since I was a pre-teenager, and "borrowed" my mother's records. Since I connected to the net, I have been searching for a fan site. Now I have found it. I'm glad to know that there are so many others who share my love of that wonderful voice and the woman behind it. Can't wait to read more of the great tributes to her!
Marty <>
New Berlin, NY USA - Saturday, July 08, 2000 at 00:24:24 (MET DST)
Mandy fan, Midnight Mick, from Australia, tells that the video "Remembering Patsy" will air down under next week on CMT. Jimmy 7-3-00
Jimmy W <>
Monday, July 03, 2000 at 14:42:21 (MET DST)
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