At the Riverside Park Ballroom
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March 5 is the 41th anniversary of Patsy Cline's death. To hear my tribute to Patsy Cline, please click below.

God Bless you & yours,
Tom Tripp
Tom Tripp <>
Shawnee, KS USA - Tuesday, March 02, 2004 at 15:34:21 (CET)

Hello! Wonderful website and I love Patsy Cline. Does anyone know whatever became of the relatives of Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins? I know that the 1963 Plane Crash was especially tragic for Mrs Randy Hughes, who lost both her husband and her father, Cowboy Copas. How is she doing? What about the other family members. Any postings are appreciated. Thank you for the fine website. Fred
Fred Willston <>
Sachs Harbour, NWT Canada - Monday, March 01, 2004 at 04:12:25 (CET)
WINTHROP, MA USA - Sunday, February 29, 2004 at 10:24:58 (CET)
Excellent website for an excellent singer! I live in England, but I'm going to be in Abingdon, Virginia from 15 to 23 March. I think Abingdon is a relatively long way away from the place in Virginia where Patsy lived, but I was just wondering, is there anybody reading from Virginia or Tennessee who knows of any shows or anything like that, or any sites of interest connected with Patsy, that I could visit? Last time I was in Abingdon we travelled down to Nashville and I saw Patsy's cowgirl outfit in the Opry Museum, it was absolutely fantasic, so I can't wait to come back again. If anybody knows of anything that might interest me, please would you e-mail helen.smith1 (without the space). Thank you!
Helen Smith <>
England, United Kingdom - Sunday, February 29, 2004 at 00:00:01 (CET)
I was in Winchester today and, although I didn't stop in town, I drove past Patsy's house on S. Kent St. I was wondering if the house is still being rented or has someone finally taken the incentive to do what should have been done a long time ago; turn it into a museum in honor of one of the first Great and Original female Country Musicians of all time??? If there is a foundation of some kind, they could even offer walking or trolly tours to help fund the museum. I'm sure there is enough interest since Patsy has such a large, world-wide fan base (myself included)! I was almost 4 years old when the world learned of her passing, but I have great respect for the Big heart she had, her sincerity, dedication, and the legacy she left. My best goes out to the family of this American icon!
Brad T. <>
Fredericksburg, VA - Saturday, February 28, 2004 at 05:06:02 (CET)
I just wanted to tell you I have made up a Karaoke Schedule for the Winchester Area on my web site. I know how you all like to sing!! I don't think I can make the Wayside Play but I will be thinking about you all. I know you will love it. I have spoken to several who have been to it.

Linda Cunningham <>
Winchester, VA 22601 - Friday, February 27, 2004 at 15:36:03 (CET)

I love Patsy Cline, and I'm only 13 woooooooo!!!!
Tacoma, WA USA - Friday, February 27, 2004 at 10:36:29 (CET)
Hello. I was just wondering if anyone know who was currently residing at Patsy's dream home @ 815 Nella Drive. I would love to visit it and maybe even live there someday. Are there any plans of restoring it to what it used to look like when Patsy lived there? If anyone knows anything, please e-mail me! Stephanie
Stephanie <>
Meno. Falls, WI USA - Friday, February 27, 2004 at 06:48:04 (CET)
I know several people are planning to go to VA but if you can't do that and TN is closer; Camden, Tn will be having a memorial March 6, 2004. They are scaling back. I spoke with the COC today. They will start the day out with a Patsy Cline sing a like contest. They will have local talent performing. They will have a memorial at 7 pm. I just realized I forgot to ask where it will be but I think it will be at the local high school. If you plan to attend ask me for directions or you can call the COC 731-584-8395.

They are trying to get an Opry member to speak that evening and hoping to get Namoni Morrison to perform a small show. Namoni has portrayed Patsy in APC in central Tn and is quite good. Let me if you are attending. Jimmy W
Jimmy W <>
Lexington, KY USA - Monday, February 23, 2004 at 18:37:01 (CET)

I like Patsy Cline and her music was very good and her friend was Loretta Lynn and they were best friends in this world and they were the best friends. Patsy was very young when she died in a bad airplane crash in March 1963. Thank you so much from her fan Debbie Ann Dunn
Debbie Dunn
Haverhill, MA - Tuesday, February 17, 2004 at 18:48:16 (CET)
Hello Per and everybody... It's been ages since I last posted here... still doing fine and still loving Patsy and listen to her songs daily... I hope all are doing well... Jacki ;)
Jacki <>
CANADA - Monday, February 16, 2004 at 06:20:37 (CET)
I have always been a country boy. Grow up on country music been put down by others because I love you and country music. I love you jones the hag marty robbins lefty hank all three husky snow williams webb pierce ray price old country. Have to keep it country. I have been to Nashville 5 times. Had a band tried to go country. Love meeting c stars I love the song I fall to pieces I will die country love you Patsy that is my sisters name. I was country when country was not cool. Country boy
Stephen Harwanko <SoupsNuts@Netscape>
Camden, Tn USA - Thursday, February 12, 2004 at 18:13:59 (CET)
Important News Regarding the Wayside Theatre March 5:

JudySue has officially resigned her position at the Winchester Visitor's Center. However, she will remain VERY active with CPC, and continue to use every avenue available to preserve Patsy's legacy. She is still taking reservation info for the March 5 performance of Closer Walk, but the number previously provided is no longer available. Please contact JudySue at either of these email addresses:

JudySue, no matter what you do, or where you go, we all know that you are Patsy's light in Winchester, and that's never gonna change. Thank you for all that you do, and keep it up, honey, it ain't over yet!! ~Theresa
Theresa Shalaby <>
Wexford, PA USA - Wednesday, February 04, 2004 at 20:49:04 (CET)

I am looking for a picture of Patsy Cline & Jim Reeves together. Could someone please send me one. Thanks, Richard
Richard Northorp <>
Saint John, Canada - Tuesday, February 03, 2004 at 03:18:07 (CET)
I love all of Patsy's music, I grew up on it.
Doris Martin <>
Rensselaer, NY Rensselaer - Sunday, February 01, 2004 at 22:30:10 (CET)
A very fitting tribute to a great singing star who left us before her time. But we have to believe that God's plan for Patsy were more fufilling than anything we could bestow on her in her short time with us here in this life.
Hollis Dickhodick <>
Bethany, IL USA - Saturday, January 31, 2004 at 18:07:19 (CET)
Ms. Thinnes, anyone is welcome to visit Winchester over Labor Day weekend. To attend any of the functions, except the Memorial Service, you must be a member of the Always Patsy Cline Worldwide Fan Organization.

Always Patsy Cline
P.O. Box 2236
Winchester, Virginia 22601

Dues are $13 per year for individuals, $21 per year for couples if you are a resident of the US. The organization's membership year runs from October 1-September 30, and all Membership Dues are due on September 30.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Saturday, January 31, 2004 at 16:03:30 (CET)

Happy belated b-day to Randy!!
Robyn Jones
Syracuse, Ny USA - Friday, January 30, 2004 at 14:15:01 (CET)
I Love Patsy's songs and I like to do her songs by karoke, I been a fan for years, I would like to go to the Patsy Cline labor day celebration at Winchester, VA if I could get an invitation to come. It's a shame that a great star like Mrs Cline lost her life so tragically. I enjoy her music so much of all the stars since then and now she will always be my favorite. Sincerely yours, Margaret
Margaret Thinnes <>
Richmond, Ky USA - Thursday, January 29, 2004 at 04:33:41 (CET)
Just got the following update from Judy Sue:

Wayside Theatre will give us a special rate of $21.00 per person if I can guarantee 20 or more reservations for the 5th of March. This does not include the meal before the performance on the 5th..the cost of the meal is $7.00 ... total will be $28 for the evening. Great price! The meal will be fried chicken, potato salad, green beans, relish tray, rolls and something apple for dessert, the cast will be present.

Now, here is the important part... reservations for this group rate have to be made through me. Checks should be made payable to CPC for $28 (including show and meal)... I have to have a count by February 18th - because seats are being booked as we speak and some of the nights are booked solid!!! Folks can call me at 1-800-662-1360 to book at that special rate for March 5... March 6 bookings can be made through Wayside Theatre at $26.00 per seat. There will be a wine and cheese reception for $3.00 for the 2 performances on Saturday, March 6.

If more than 20 folks respond before the 18th of February, I can make arrangements for those extra seats. Real important that I have a count for the group rate by 2/18/04. JudySue

I know of several fans already making plans to attend. This will be a great event to promote CPC and its efforts.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Thursday, January 22, 2004 at 22:23:06 (CET)

That's right, darlins!!!!! This is a fantastic idea, thanks once again to the heart and mind of Judy Sue. The folks at the Wayside are wonderful, and are going to cook this meal themselves!! Please get there if you can, it is a beautiful, loving tribute to Patsy, and a great way to continue to help CPC in its quest (and ours), to get a museum for our gal. It's also a wonderful way to love and celebrate her on such an otherwise sad occasion.

In tribute to Patsy, Judy Sue also asks that any of us who can attend, to wear something RED, as that was our gal's fave, as y'all know. In rememberance to Patsy, red is the deal, ok? Also, each person attending is asked to bring a single rose, that will be put into one large vase. It will be taken to Patsy's resting place at Shenandoah at the end of the performances.

Also, there will be, as Bill says, and exhibit there. If any of y'all that are fairly local to Winnie and have anything cool that ya wanna display for this, please contact Judy Sue.

This will be a wonderful event, so please, if you can try to get to Winnie for this. THANK YOU JUDY SUE, YOU ARE PATSY'S BEACON!!!!! See ya there!
Theresa Shalaby <>
Wexford, PA USA - Thursday, January 22, 2004 at 18:46:09 (CET)

The Wayside Theatre's first presentation of the season will be "A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline," a musical by Dean Reagan. Located on Route 11 South in Middletown, VA, approx. 10 miles south of Winchester, the Wayside is the second oldest professional theatre in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Cline was America’s first female Country Music Star, known as the Queen of Country Music. This is a loving tribute to Patsy’s career from her hometown, Winchester, VA and WINC radio roots to dusty roadhouse gigs, to Grand Ole Opry, Las Vegas, and Carnegie Hall and to her death on March 5, 1963.

The Wayside's production of "A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline" runs January 31 through March 28, and is being staged in conjunction with Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. A percentage of the ticket sales for the entire run will go to CPC for the Museum project.

A special memorial weekend will be held March 5-6. On Friday, March 5, the Wayside will offer fans a supper consisting of Patsy's favorites (Fried Chicken, Potato Salad, etc.) along with a reduced price for the play. On Saturday, March 6, there will be two performances, matinee and evening, with a Wine and Cheese reception for the cast and fans at each performance. Due to limited seating, you are encouraged to make your reservations directly with the Wayside as soon as possible.

CPC is working on an exhibit of Patsy memorabilia to be displayed during the Memorial weekend. Arrangements have been made with the Holiday Inn on Millwood Pike, in Winchester, for special rates for fans staying over March 5 and 6.

Wayside Theater: 540-869-1776
Holiday Inn: 540-667-3300

If you have any questions, contact Judy Sue Huyett-Kempf at 1-800-662-1360.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Thursday, January 22, 2004 at 18:36:59 (CET)

I just loved Patsy Cline and would always as a small child have my mom give me a nickle so I could play a Patsy Cline tune on the jukebox. Has I would sing along with her at the age of 5 I would be watching the airplanes take off at a small airport in Portsmouth,Ohio my home town. I just love to hear her sing. Several people have told me I sound so much like her and would I sing one of her songs when I was with my band. So "Crazy" and "I fall to Pieces" would be a couple that I would do. But my favorite is "She's Got You".
Linda Roeber <>
Rawson, Oh USA - Thursday, January 22, 2004 at 03:20:19 (CET)
Hi, I am just learning to play guitar, traching myself by book, I love Patsy Cline, would love to learn her songs for easy cord playing. Any idea to what web sight I might get them free? Thank you, Dollypom
Delorice <dollypom&>
Great Falls, MT 59404 - Wednesday, January 21, 2004 at 05:18:10 (CET)
I grew up hearing my mother sing Patsy Cline and I adore her, still to this day, she has a remarkable and very unforgettable voice. And if you don't know who she is you dont know what you are missing.
Jennifer <>
El Paso, TX USA - Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 18:22:44 (CET)
I came to know of Patsy Cline when I was 12. I was visitng my cousin when she was playing one of Patsy Cline's records. I fell in love with her music the first time I heard it. I did not listen to much country music back then. When I heard Patsy sing I knew I was hooked. Now I love country music. A few years later, I rented the movie "Sweet Dreams". I wanted to learn more about Patsy Cline. When I was a junior in high school I found out from my mother that Patsy Cline is a distant cousin of mine. I think she may be my third cousin. About the time I found out about Patsy Cline and her relation to me, I made a collage during my junior year about Patsy. I'm a big fan of Patsy!!!!! I would like to know everything about her. That's why I visited this website. If anyone could help me out and let me know things about her I would greatly appreciate it.
Christina Alderson <>
Greenwood, IN U.S.A. - Saturday, January 10, 2004 at 07:30:28 (CET)
Hey, Y’all...

Time to saddle up and get goin’ for the Cline. Most of you know me as the big mouth of the bunch, and evidently, it’s paid off, I guess... There is a Vision Committee in Winchester that has been working on ideas about how the Patsy museum will come together. ALL ideas are on the table: What to do with Kent St, how things will look, how to preserve the precious artifacts, etc., etc... Anyway, I have the honor and privilege of serving on this committee as a fan-liason. I am also working in that same capacity with CPC. How did it happen? Who knows, probably because I never shut my face, or somethin’... Anyway, the point is, is that I want to serve you, and Patsy in every way that I can. I want us to talk, brainstorm, debate, let it all hang out, about what your ideas, thoughts, concerns, and questions are. The folks in Winnie care about that, and want to know what WE think. So, let’s get talking... The next meeting is next week in Winnie, and I’ll be there. I attended one a few weeks ago for the first time, and was thrilled to no end at the love, concern, and energy put forth for Patsy by these folks. They really respect our opinions, and want to include us in this process.

Well, now’s our chance!! We have all been frustrated at times in Patsyland, but as I’ve said before, the winds of change, they are a’blowin’, so let’s reignite the fire, and have some dam good talkin’ here! CPC and the group is also very interested in oral histories as part of the museum. So, if anyone knows anyone at ALL who has a story about Patsy in any capacity, bring it on! We can hash it all out here, which may stimulate some great discussions, and any of y’all can also email me.

I am at your service, and hope to help represent us in the best way possible. No idea or thought will be disregarded. Let’s kick ass for Patsy!!
Theresa Shalaby <>
Wexford, PA - Friday, January 09, 2004 at 20:15:54 (CET)

Hi All! I love this website! Last year was very hard for me. In August I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Being able to listen to Patsy's music was very soothing for me, as I went through the grief of being told about my condition. Patsy means a lot to me. God watch over her for all time. Susannah
Susannah Austin <>
Wednesday, January 07, 2004 at 06:50:18 (CET)
Hi everyone. This page looks incredibly good, as always. Don't know if anyone remembers me. It's been a long time since I've "seen" everyone: Bill, Sue, Lisa, Jimmy, Guy. Anyhow, Happy New Year everyone and keep up the good work, Per! :)
Amber <>
VA USA - Monday, January 05, 2004 at 23:47:58 (CET)
Comment: Thanks, Amber! And yes, I remember you! :-) Nice to hear from you again! /Per
I just wanted to wish everyone here a Happy Patsy Year!
Darlene Caudle <>
Saturday, January 03, 2004 at 04:26:47 (CET)
I'm searching for a recording of a song that contains lyrics referring to Patsy Cline. The problem is that I don't know the name of the song or who performs it, but the lyrics include "I could make a diesel sing just like Patsy Cline." I'm trying to find a copy of the song for my youngest sister - she heard it on the radio years ago in the Washington state area and frequently sings it for us, but we've never found the actual recording. If anyone could help I'd appreciate it very much. Thanks!
Judy <>
Howell, MI - Wednesday, December 31, 2003 at 05:32:22 (CET)
Patsy Cline was the best. There is or will never be a voice so talented in music. The only country music I will listen to is Patsy. I wish there were stars today that were as talented. Today it's all flash and more flash.
Robert Novak <>
San Francisco, CA U.S.A. - Monday, December 29, 2003 at 21:22:05 (CET)
I really do love Patsy Cline. My grandpa would sing it to me and I went out and got the CDs by here all 4 and the new one with the greats hitts. My song I love the most is... well I can't pick, I love them all so much!!! Sincerely, Jennifer Smith 13 Dorr, MI
Jennifer <>
Dorr, MI USA - Monday, December 29, 2003 at 00:47:55 (CET) know, I was just googling to see if I could download my fave Patsy track, "Faded love" from the final studio album, and suddenly I find myself amongst a whole bunch of folks even crazier than me over Patsy!! I was in my early twenties and Patsy had been gone for most of those years when I was introduced to her. Her music has been the soundtrack to my life for the twenty years since then. I need to check out the rest of this site, but for now I just wanted to say "Howdy!" (which, believe me, we don't actually say downunder but it seemed appropriate ...hehe.. when I get to know you all better I'll say Gidday!) Thank you all so much for your postings, particularly from those of you who knew her or just feel close to her like I do.
Carolyn <>
Australia - Sunday, December 28, 2003 at 11:37:39 (CET)
Merry Christmas to all of Patsy's loyal fans. I wasn't alive during Patsy's time,but I feel connected to her through her music. Her sweet voice is so haunting, listening to her sing gives me so much happiness! I would like to hear from anyone who knew her, or loves her music. My email is Susannah
Susannah Austin <>
Australia - Thursday, December 25, 2003 at 06:17:50 (CET)
Merry Christmas to Patsy fans everywhere! Patsy was and always will be the greatest voice this side of heaven.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Wednesday, December 24, 2003 at 06:52:05 (CET)
I got in touch with Judy Sue, and wanted to let everyone know that she hasn't gone anywhere and is still out there working hard for Patsy and CPC. The Tourism Dept./Convention & Visitor's Bureau is now a separate organization from the Chamber of Commerce, and operate from different locations.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Tuesday, December 23, 2003 at 18:22:51 (CET)
This is Douglas Gomery looking for Judy-Sue Kempf and Celebrating Patsy Cline. I was shocked this morning to learn Judy-Sue is no longer with the Chamber when I called them. I want to help with the oral histories for the new Museum. I retire soon and have the time. Can anyone help me?
Douglas Gomery <>
Chevy Chase, MD USA - Monday, December 22, 2003 at 17:15:36 (CET)
Hi, my name is Susannah, I am 33 years old and I live in Melbourne, Austalia. I love Patsy's music so much, it is so dreamy! I think she was the queen of country/honkytonk. Love to hear from other Patsy fans.
Susannah Austin <>
Australia - Friday, December 19, 2003 at 03:42:42 (CET)
Merry Christmas Per, thanks again for this wonderful site and to all the fans that write in for info and for adding information, this is what keeps the Patsy fan forum the best. Merry Christmas to all my "Patsy Puppies" all around the world. Love ya!
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph, on Canada - Sunday, December 14, 2003 at 19:46:24 (CET)
Hi folks... On 12/5/03 I had the honor of being in The Las Vegas Hiltons Main showroom and was able to witness Logan Wells and her great band do a tribute to Patsy Cline. While nothing will ever bring Patsy back, anyone who loves Patsy's music should try at some time to catch Logan's great tribute... After the show Logan held a meet and greet... Everyone loved her... She also has a CD with Patsy's music and a CD with her own stuff on it, which is great also... Logan has a web site, and her e-mail is and she does answer all mail...
Larry <>
Elyria, Oh USA - Saturday, December 13, 2003 at 19:02:34 (CET)
I lived next door to Patsy in Nashville before she moved to Goodlettsville. I used to babysit Julie & Randy. Patsy was a very sweet, beautiful lady and always very nice to me. Before she hit it big, her Mom, Mrs. Hensley used to call us to reach Patsy. I would go next door and tell Patsy she had a phone call and she would say, "can you stay with the babies until I get back?" I would stay and she would go to my house to talk to her momma. She even wore one of Mother's skirts on a show she did cause she didn't have anything she wanted to wear.

Patsy was just as down to earth as you could get. I remember she used to wash her "stage" clothes and hang them on her clothes line. I had a dalmation puppy at the time and he took great pleasure in taking her "shiny, sparkly" clothes off the line and drag them to my house. My parents would get mad at me cause I couldn't catch "peppy" fast enough before the damage was done. My parents said we were going to give the dog away because he was too destructive and may hurt the relationship we had with Patsy. Of course I cried and Patsy came over and told them not to give my puppy away, she said "Don't give that baby's puppy away. He saw something shiny and wanted to get a closer look. They were just clothes and they can be replaced." But to no avail, my puppy was given away although Patsy & I tried to rescue him.

I have nothing but good thoughts about Patsy, Julie & Randy. When Patsy's plane went down, I remember waking up and hearing my Mom crying. She told me what happened and it broke my heart. Something so tragic happening to someone so nice and young with 2 small children. Her remains were going to be in her living room at her home in Goodlettsville and did I want to go to the funeral? I said "No, not to the funeral. I want to remember her the way she looked the last time I saw her." I didn't want to see the look on Charlie's and the kids' faces either. That was a long time ago in my life, but I can still remember most of it still to this day.
Anita K <>
Hendersonville, TN USA - Saturday, December 13, 2003 at 09:21:02 (CET)

The following songs were omitted from "The Patsy Cline Collection" 4-CD Box Set from MCA Records:

  • "Hidin Out" (06-01-1955)
  • "I Cried All the Way To The Altar" (01-05-1956)
  • "Dear God" (04-22-1956)
  • "He Will Do For You" (04-22-1956)
  • "Fingerprints" (04-24-1957)
  • "A Stranger In My Arms" (04-24-1957)
  • "I Don't Wanta" (05-23-1957 remake)
  • "Ain't No Wheels On This Ship" (05-23-1957)
  • "Stop The World" (12-13-1957)
  • "Walking Dream" (12-13-1957)
  • "Cry Not For Me" (12-13-1957)
  • "Come On In" (02-13-1958 remake)

In addition to these, a previously unreleased alternate take of "Stop, Look and Listen" (04-22-1956) was used in place of the commercially released version.

If you are attempting to collect all of Patsy's commercially released recordings, these are my recommendations for the albums and CDs needed:

Studio Recordings:

  • "The Patsy Cline Collection" (4-CDs, 104 tracks, MCA Records)
  • "Crazy Dreams - The Four Star Years" (2-CDs, 50 tracks, Sundown Records)**

Live/Radio/TV Recordings:

  • "Live At The Opry" (12 tracks, MCA Records)
  • "Live, Volume 2" (12 tracks, MCA Records)*
  • "Discovery" (17 tracks, Prism Leisure Records)**
  • "The Birth of a Star" (19 tracks, Razor & Tie Records)
  • "Live At The Cimarron Ballroom" (17 tracks, MCA Nashville)

Overdub Recordings (Patsy's original vocals with new instrumental backup):

  • "Always" (10 tracks, MCA Records)*
  • "Greatest Hits of Jim Reeves & Patsy Cline" (10 tracks incl. 1 duet, RCA Records)
  • "Remembering Patsy Cline & Jim Reeves" (10 tracks incl. 1 duet, MCA Records)
  • "Sweet Dreams - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" (12 tracks, MCA Records)
  • "Patsy Cline Duets, Vol. 1" (12 tracks, Private I/Mercury Records)*

There are also some tracks released on other CDs you might be interested in:

  • "Life's Railway To Heaven", overdubbed with an orchestra, on the CD "The Heart You Break" (Point Records) **
  • "Lovesick Blues", with harmony vocals by Loretta, Dolly & Tammy, on the "Honky Tonk Angels" CD (Columbia Records)
  • "Lonely Street", a duet with an unknown female singer, on the CD "Today, Tomorrow & Forever" (LaserLight Records)
  • "Country Radio Shows, Vol. 1" - Contains one 15 min. Army Radio Show from 1956 in which Patsy sings 3 songs, plus reads an Army Commercial, and Faron Young sings 1 song. **
  • "Country Radio Shows, Vol. 2" - Contains one 15 min. Marine Corps Radio Show from 1961 in which Patsy performs several songs including "Crazy", "San Antonio Rose", "I Love You So Much It Hurts" and "I Fall To Pieces". **
* - Out of Print
** - Might Be Out of Print

Except where indicated, these albums are still available in the stores, and over the Internet. If money is an issue, start with eBay.

Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Monday, December 08, 2003 at 04:28:46 (CET)

I am so excited that I found this forum! I have been reading through some of the posts and I realize that this is the perfect site for all true Patsy fans to find out information and read up on her life story... The reason this is so exciting to me is because Patsy Cline has been my idol since I was around the age of 8 or 9 years old! I know every song in The Patsy Cline Collection ( 4 disk set ) and I still listen to them daily! (Today it was CD #4 all 22 songs.) I am very proud to admit that I'm probably her youngest fan, (26 years old,) and I have been born and raised my entire life in Southern California. My passion for Country Music has always been strong - but my passion for Patsy is much, much stronger!

If you might know where I can go to purchase a copy of the songs not included in the Collection - I would be forever thankful! I have wondered for sometime about this ever since I went and saw the "Always... Patsy Cline" show in Las Vegas w/ Sally Struthers. I realized there was a song I didn't know... Only one song! The woman who played Patsy was so impressed that I knew & sang every song along with her, (and I guess louder than I realized at the time,) because after the show she handed my mother a flyer with her background / singing bio. on it and wrote down her manager's name and phone number in case I was ever interested. I couldn't believe it! I was just too afraid to call especially since I was engaged to be married, a mother of a newborn and working full time in mortgage banking...

I just figured there's no way some guy from Missouri, (at least I think it was Missouri,) would ever give me the time of day without a demo let alone even be interested in a girl with no experience other than singing in my car or in the shower! (Ha, Ha!) Plus, I didn't know all the songs... that bothered me more than anything! Any help in finding those unreleased songs would be greatly appreciated! Thank you for such a great website, I know I'll be back again real soon...
Heather Hazelton <>
Yorba Linda, CA USA - Sunday, December 07, 2003 at 16:02:45 (CET)
Comment: Heather, in 1992 a CD called "Forever and Always" was released, and it contains six of the twelve recordings that are missing from the 4-CD set. On the Recording Sessions page you have a list of all twelve songs, and on the Songs pages you may find information about records that contain the missing songs. Many of those records may be out of print, but you should be able to get all the songs on CDs that are commercially available today. Maybe someone else has a list of CDs? Bill? /Per

I want to post a message for Charlie, Julie, and Randy Dick. I have been a Patsy Cline fan for a lot of years. I just found this site after doing an extensive search. I learned, from other postings on this site about the passing of Mrs. Hilda Hensley (Patsy's Mother), and this truly upset me. I don't know all the specifics of the auction, but I do understand that a LOT of Patsy Cline's things went on the auction block, but Patsy Fans DO NOT FRET!!!!! If someone payed 20,000 dollars for a dress, then I guarantee you it will be in SOMEONE'S museum!

I think that ALL of Patsy's fans should get together to help support a MUSEUM in her home town of Winchester VA. From what I read in this forum, this has YET to be accomplished, and this is just UNACCEPTABLE!!!!! Julie, Randy, Charlie, I want to say just one thing to the 3 of you: If every fan of Patsy's would just donate 1 American dollar, you could have that museum. HOW do you accomplish this, you ask me? Find a way to advertise this website (I went to, and was upset that it wasn't what I was looking for, I was wanting information on Patsy's family after reading the biography a few YEARS ago, was Hilda alive still, how was Charlie doing, and Julie and Randy etc etc.) I assume the Julie that posts here is Patsy's and Charlie's daughter, so I hope this post reaches the family.

Now back to the museum thing, I saw an OLD website from the late 90's that talked about some type of gathering in Winchester, VA on Labor day or Memorial day? This was NEWS to me! If this event was made widely public, then MAYBE some donations for a museum would start flowing in. Sadly, a LOT of the people who KNEW Patsy on a one on one level, are slowly passing on to be with Patsy. I wanna see a STINK raised to get some type of Museum built in Winchester VA. If this has already been done, then excuse my ignorance, but like I said earlier I didn't find this website until after an extensive search.

Patsy deserves a museum of some type. I visited Loretta Lynn's Museum in Hurricane Mills, TN, and she had Patsy Cline things that were given to her by Patsy displayed, and it was all done tastefully, so maybe Loretta Lynn's museum, could have a Patsy Cline addition, If all else fails, I have read Loretta's books, and she considers Patsy a TRUE friend of hers, and she has enough room down there to build a Patsy Museum, right across from her own, or an annex etc etc. I'm rambling on, sorry, but Patsy DESERVES this. If she were here she would say "HOSS, you tell em'!" Laterz, Len P
Lenard Parr <>
Mount Carmel, IL USA - Sunday, December 07, 2003 at 14:35:28 (CET)

Just wanted to drop in and say Hello, just found this page. Looking forward to chatting with all of you.
Darlene Caudle <>
Boonville, NC USA - Saturday, November 22, 2003 at 22:19:57 (CET)
Hi Per, long time no talk to... As always, the site is great! I miss the interaction w/ all the folks since my resignation as the fan club secretary. There were lots of factors in my decision that I won't go into here. I just wanted to say hi to everyone and let you know I'm still here and continue to push Patsy to anyone who listens. Well, take care and I hope everyone is doing well. Wish you all a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. Vyvyenne Jenkins, former secretary of APC
Vyvyenne Jenkins <>
Va. Beach, VA - Friday, November 21, 2003 at 17:03:12 (CET)
Does anyone know what happened to Patsy's children. Did either of them go into the music business?
Jim Ferrell <>
Nashville, TN USA - Thursday, November 20, 2003 at 16:00:42 (CET)
Been a fan from the start! I think Patsy will never be topped as a country singer!
Jane E. Marshall
Redford, MI USA - Thursday, November 20, 2003 at 14:49:47 (CET)
The voice of an angel... breathe taking...
James Webster <>
Auburn, AL United States - Thursday, November 20, 2003 at 04:48:19 (CET)
Hello to all, this is Julie... I just wanted to stop in this morning and catch up and give updates on the events of yesterday... The auction was held at Christies Auction House in New York City. There were 15 lots up for auction, with no reserve, which meant that all the lots would be sold, even if they did not bring as much as expected. In the end, I believe they brought more than expected. I know they brought more than the estimates assigned to them at Christies. While I was sad to see these items go to auction, I am not unhappy with some of the results.

Here are the final bids: *Blue western suit with white stars...$4500; *Red western suit with steerheads and wagon wheels...$20,000; *Purple western dress...$6500; *Blue blouse and skirt with gold trim...$4000; *Cocktail dress with "lace" on top...$4000; *Pink western pants set...$12,000; *Green western suit...$8500; *Red western with rhinestone musical notes...$9500; *White blouse and skirt with silver trim...$3800; *Coat and Fur stole...$4800; *Gold pants and gold booties...$2800; *White boots with "Patsy" on the side...$10,000; *Black western boots...$3200; *White western hat...$3000; *2 belts...$1100; *Accessories lot including wigs, hat, shoes, etc...$6000.

I understand that "Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc." was able to purchase 3 lots: the red western dress with the rhinestone music notes, the green western dress and the western hat... I have also been told that other lots are, in my opinion, in good hands. I would like to believe that one day some of the items will be displayed for fans to see. As for some of the questions that have been asked here lately... thank you for all the caring notes and emails and yes, we are all around... I live in a Nashville suburb, as do my Dad, Charlie and my brother Randy. Dad and I try to stay available to the fans and friends and an occasional "event" on behalf of Mom. I try to answer email, and monitor news, events, and auctions such as eBay and Yahoo, etc.. I try to make sure that items that are sold are authentic, for example autographs and show posters. I welcome questions and try to answer or find the answer.

My Dad has been in the "business" in one way or another over the years. He has worked in promotion and production in the recording industry and in recent years has worked with a video production company on various projects, including but not limited to the videos "The Real Patsy Cline" and "Remembering Patsy". For about 15 years he has attended the Labor Day Weekend festivities in Winchester celebrating "Patsy Cline", and has many friends and fans that he stays in touch with. My brother Randy is a more private person. He lives nearby and is very proud of Mom, and yet, he chooses not to be in the public eye. I am married and have had four children, two daughters and two sons (we lost my oldest daughter, Virginia, in an auto accident in 1994; she was 14...) and I have a 2 year old grandson. After my Mom died, my Dad did remarry. My stepmom and I are very close. She and Dad did divorce, but they had a son. She has remained "Mom" to me and my family and she and Dad are good friends. She went on to have more family and as a result, I have a grand total of 3 brothers and one sister, and many nieces and nephews and a "stepdad", as she did remarry. We will all be seeing each other around Thanksgiving. I hope this kinda gives you an idea of how the family is doing. I am very thankful for all the friends we have made, and I feel blessed. Please feel free to write to us at either the email:

or to the office at:

Legacy, Inc.
P. O. Box 462
Joelton, TN 37080 USA

Again a big hug to all the Patsy're the greatest!
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Wednesday, November 19, 2003 at 17:25:32 (CET)

Great news - CPC bought the green dress with music notes, the red dress with music notes, and the hat. APC bought the blue dress with white stars. Great work everyone!
Laura <>
Napoleon, OH USA - Tuesday, November 18, 2003 at 21:20:21 (CET)
The Helen Hayes Theatre in Nyack, NY is proud to present "ALWAYS... PATSY CLINE" by Ted Swindley. This production stars Sally Struthers and Christa Jackson as Patsy Cline. The show runs March 13-28, 2004. Mention you saw this and receive 15% off the ticket price. Please use code HP and call 845 358-2847 ext 32 for further details. We'd love to see you at our theatre!
Helene Gardner <>
Nyack, NY - Tuesday, November 18, 2003 at 20:44:25 (CET)
Here are the results from the auction this morning:

Blue cowgirl dress with white stars: $4,500
Red cowgirl dress with steer heads: $20,000 (WOW)
Purple cowgirl dress with music notes: $6,500
Royal blue dress with gold ribbon: $4,000
The elegant blue coctail dress: $4,000
Pink shirt and pants: $12,000 (Another surprise)
Green cowgirl dress with music notes: $8,500
Red cowgirl dress with music notes: $9,500
Off white blouse and skirt: $3,800
Buckskin coat and mink stole: $4,800
Gold pants and booties: $2,800
Patsy Boots: $10,000 (those went for more than I thought, too)
Black Boots: $3,200
Hat: $3,000
Belts: $1,100
Hats, wigs and shoes: $3,500

Couldn't believe how much the red cowgirl outfit went for with steer heads. A lot more than what Christie's estimated. I thought you'd all be curious like I was...
Laura <>
Napoleon, OH USA - Tuesday, November 18, 2003 at 20:25:05 (CET)

Hello to Per and all... I just wanted to take a minute and send a little update about the auction that will be held tomorrow... while it is painfully obvious that we will not be able to purchase these things and they will go to the highest bidder, there are some sources working on securing some of the items for the museum, fan organizations, Celebrating Patsy Cline, and such... I would like to say that they will be bidding on the blue western outfit with the white stars and white fringe, and the red western outfits, the hat and the white boots to name a few items... I hope that if you are in one of these groups you will be cheering them on! The results of purchases made from the auction will be exciting in that they could be displayed in the future at a museum in Winchester, Virginia.

I also will be back on the forum to answer some of the questions I see here, but for today, I am just a little busy getting ready for holiday company... hang in there, I will be back! Hope all is well with you all, and thanks again for everything that all the Patsy Fans do... and Thank you Per!
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Monday, November 17, 2003 at 20:50:59 (CET)

I have been a Patsy Cline fan all of my life as far as I can remember. I am 49 years old and I sing Patsy Cline's songs at fairs and such. She was such a wonderful singer, I try to do her justice but no one can do better than she could. I try to find out all I can about her so I can include a little about her when I sing. Thank you
Linda Hart <>
Corning, Oh U S A - Monday, November 17, 2003 at 17:29:30 (CET)
Greetings! What a terrific site. The affection that Per writes with about Patsy is so obvious. It's great that the internet can bring together all the devoted fans of the one and only Patsy Cline. I have listened to her music all my life, devouring every detail about her that I could find. The very first VHS tape that I ever bought was "Sweet Dreams" and I must have seen that movie 200 times or more. I won a contest singing Patsy's songs and when I'm performing them I can feel Patsy's spirit coming through and urging me to dig deep and let out all the heart I have. I love Patsy very, very much and I often wonder what she'd be doing if she were still alive. Thank God she recorded all those wonderful songs for us to cherish. Thanks Patsy. Cee xo
Cee Carter <>
Winnipeg, Canada - Monday, November 17, 2003 at 11:22:53 (CET)
Hey All! As tribute to Patsy, I believe that she was one of the greatest singers of all time. She was absolutely beautiful and I admire her for her strength and courage. I was introduced to Patsy's music by my mother which was introduced to her by her mother and it has been with me ever since.
Nicole Robinson <Nicciv21!>
McHenry, IL 60051 - Thursday, November 13, 2003 at 00:38:30 (CET)
Hey all, in regards to Charlie and the family. Charlie stills lives in Nashville. Over the past few years he has work with a group to produce videobio's, Patsy, Loretta, Ernest Tubb, etc. He does manage Patsy's image and name. He is very receptive to the fans and makes time for their phone calls and questions. He does not do computers.

Julie and Randy live just outside of Nashivlle. Randy is very private.

Julie has 2 sons and daughter and a grandson. She works with Charlie in managing her mom's name and image. She is a very devoted family person. She did come to Winchester over Labor Day to visit with the fans in Winchester this year (2003).

Always Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky - Wednesday, November 12, 2003 at 04:42:42 (CET)

I have always been interested in Patsy Cline.. Growing up my mom told me about her, my mom is from Winchester, and my grandmother lived across the street from Charlie Dick, my grandfather hauled paper from the newspaper office where Charlie worked.. I always wished that my grandmother could talk to him before she passed away... lol my granny used to tell me stories about Charlie having a few and singing so loud outside & she would yell out the window and tell him to hush up..
Lisa <>
Piney Point, MD USA - Tuesday, November 11, 2003 at 02:02:42 (CET)
For you CMT fans out there. "Sweet Dreams" was on this weekend.
Robyn Jones
Syracuse, Ny USA - Monday, November 10, 2003 at 23:33:36 (CET)
Hi everyone... It's been awhile again, since last posting I did on here! Still lovin' Patsy and hoping to rejoin the ALWAYS PATSY club in the near future... missed all those newsletters last couple of years....

Also, anyone who keeps in touch with Erica Dawn, please send her my regards as I've tried to email her, but the emails get returned... maybe I have wrong email addy for her?

Anyways, Per,... Keep up the great job on here, always enjoy coming on to check things out...

Annie... Hope all is well, keep in touch!!!!!

Julie... Hi and hope all is well with you too!

Take Care All... Jacki :)
Jacki <>
CANADA - Monday, November 10, 2003 at 06:57:32 (CET)

Just curious, what happened to Charlie Dick and the children; Patsy Cline was one of the greats.
Nina Wenke <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Sunday, November 09, 2003 at 05:16:30 (CET)
Great website!!! Whatever happened to her husband Charlie Dick? I was just curious. Is he still alive?
Michael Warren <>
Hermitage, TN USA - Saturday, November 08, 2003 at 23:55:30 (CET)
In response to Skip Kingsley - there is a book available at (and elsewhere) called "The Best of Patsy Cline" which has sheet music for about 25 of her songs. I believe it is for both piano and guitar. You might also be able to pick up a copy of this book on e-Bay.
Guy Cesario <>
Chicago, IL USA - Friday, November 07, 2003 at 17:42:18 (CET)
The site has moved to a new server that we have set up at work, running Mandrake Linux v9.2 and Apache Webserver v2.0. Please e-mail if you encounter any sort of problems. Known problems that you don't have to report are that the webcounter doesn't work and that the link block at the bottom of the page may be missing on quite a few pages. This will be corrected in the near future.
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Friday, October 31, 2003 at 17:40:45 (MET DST)

Hi! Where can I get a collection of Patsy Cline songs in sheet music? Specially I play acoustic/electric guitar and am having trouble finding a songbook of all - or most- of her songs. Thanks, Skip
Skip Kingsley <>
Wickford, RI USA - Friday, October 31, 2003 at 17:35:28 (MET)
I visited the Grand Ole Opry Musuem in Nashville today. I was surprised to see an update on the Patsy Cline display. There are three new items of clothing. One is the black coat with faux fur collar and cuffs that she wore in the picture of her accepting the key to the city in New York. Another is a light purple dress in the style of the one she wore for her Carnegie Hall appearance. I think she had several dresses made in this style, only in different colors. It looked like light purple lace over white fabric with matching belt. The last new item was an outfit that one of her biographies described as a black and gold brocade dress. It included a skirt, blouse with a bow at the neck, and jacket. It's not black at all. It's royal blue background with a bright gold pattern. It's the one she wore to the 1962 Country Music Festival. If you're in the area, I definitely recommend that you check it out. The museum is adjacent to the Grand Ole Opry House in the Opry Plaza, between the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Opry Mills.
Mark <>
Nashville, TN 37214 - Wednesday, October 29, 2003 at 03:39:55 (MET)
Hello Per and All... I hope you all are doing well. The Patsy Cline museum has been on my mind a lot here lately. I can remember as a seven year old child, going to Nashville and being disheartened to find that there is no permanent museum to honor the woman who is most revered in Country Music and still held in high acclaim in pop music, Patsy Cline. I've shared the dream with many fans for years that Patsy would one day be honored the way that she truly deserves to be with a museum bearing her name, as Kitty Wells, Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn all have.

And then today I turn faithfully as I do every week to Per's website and find that our Patsy's belongings are going on the auction block again, casting a darkend shadow over her legacy and over the dream Patsy's beloved mother had of her daughter's museum. I cried for hours. How could this happen? It's not deserving, nor is it right. Mom Hensley held those items sentimentally in hopes of them one day being displayed together. Now, half of that collection is scattered, while the other half is up for the same fate.

Had she known this was to happen, I'm sure Mrs. Hensley would have willed the items to Julie and Randy. Maybe I'm wrong, I don't know. I just wish that fan's had some kind of understanding as to why this has happened. It just seems that the fact of how much Patsy Cline means to people throughout America and the world is not acknowledged. Charlie Dick and his children have all worked so very hard for years to preserve their beloved wife and mother's legacy in every way and they are to be commended by all.

It is my hope that clearer heads and purer hearts will prevail in this senseless matter and, maybe one day, a woman who has graced our lives with her music will be honored in the way that she should be.

Per, as always, thank you for your wonderful site and your contribution to Patsy Cline's legacy. May God Bless You All, Your Friend, Jared Vaughn
Jared Vaughn <JaredVaughn81@AOL.COM>
Spartanburg, SC - Friday, October 24, 2003 at 05:28:12 (MET)

Please donate to CPC if you can for the auction. Even if it's only a couple of bucks! Anything would help. Please take measures to ensure that Patsy's things end up in a museum, where they belong for all of us fans to enjoy. Thanks!
Laura <>
Napoleon, OH USA - Friday, October 24, 2003 at 04:48:12 (MET)
It was announced Wednesday that the prestigious Christie's, in New York City, will offer the next round of Patsy Cline clothing and memorabilia to be auctioned to settle the estate of Patsy's mother, Hilda Hensley. A total of 16 lots will be offered for bid, beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 18.

Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. will be bidding in the auction, and we need your support. For details on how you can donate to the CPC Acquisitions Fund, please visit

Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. thanks everyone who supports their efforts to preserve the legacy of Patsy Cline with the establishment of a museum in her childhood home.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Thursday, October 23, 2003 at 11:10:08 (MET)

This is my second posting to this site. I will say this one more time only so that people know who I am (not that I'm important, because I'm not) but just for the fans to know the connection and history. My name is Hilton Block, my dad co-wrote "Walkin after Midnite" (with Don Hecht). My mom and dad also wrote "Never no More" together. I was flicking thru the stations on my TV the other night when CMT was having a "40 greatest women of country" countdown. Three hours worth. My wife, Susan, and I watched it. As they approached the top 5 we still hadn't seen Patsy. My wife thought Loretta Lynn would be #1 because of length of career. I kept hoping. Finally #3 Loretta Lynn. Then #2 Tammy Wynette... and # 1 PATSY CLINE!!!!. The way the other country stars talked about her... she was something else and not just because she died tragically. They all said had she lived, if it was possible she would have become even more famous. She is the standard for which all other female country performers will be measured against forever. I hope to post other info here at a later time.. until then, take care.
Hilton Block <>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Monday, October 13, 2003 at 23:07:26 (MET)
To Whom This May Concern, I sincerely hope that I hear from someone soon about this matter. I have been trying for months to find a certain movie. My daughter is an absolute fan of LeAnn Rimes and would love a copy of the movie "Holiday in Your Heart", that she starred in with Bernadette Peters a few years ago. Her birthday is on Nov 11th, and I would love to surprise her with a copy of this movie. I do hope that I have found an angel. An angel that will be a heavenly creature and send me a copy or tell me where I can get one, I would, no questions asked, gladly reimburse whatever the cost may be to send this film to me, before my daughter's birthday. Please find the holiday in your heart, to help me make one of my daughter's birthdays, the best she's ever had.

If you can't help me, then please direct my email to someone that you know, could. Taping the movie is an opinion, but then I wouldn't have the film for my daughter's birthday. Thank you in advance for everything, Sincerely, Amanda-Marie, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Mandalin <>
Niagara Falls, ON Canada - Monday, October 13, 2003 at 05:55:48 (MET)

MCA recently reissued "Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits" in an updated/upgraded package. The original 1967 Decca LP Cover Art has replaced the hand-tinted picture used for the 1988 edition. The tracks on the CD have been 24-bit digitally remastered from the original Decca recordings. Patsy sounds as if she recorded these songs this year instead of 40+ years ago.

The acquistion fund supports Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc.'s effort to purchase Patsy Cline memorabilia and artifacts, as they become available, for the Patsy Cline Museum that is under development in Winchester, Virginia. You can learn more about Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. and its efforts on my website at
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Saturday, October 11, 2003 at 00:46:11 (MET)

Hello, I was just wondering who is behind putting out so many Patsy Cline greatest hits... Who is the greedy person here? And what is the acquisition fund??
Joey <>
Wilmington, DE USA - Thursday, October 09, 2003 at 21:35:28 (MET)
"A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline" October 10th (Friday) and 12th (Sunday) 2003.
Rebecca Wellman Moore as Patsy Cline.
Friday: 7:30 pm Sunday 2:00 pm.
Tickets Both Shows: Advance $10.00 adults $5.00 ages 6 to 12 Free 5 & under. Day of the show: $12.00 adults $6.00 ages 6 to 12 Free 5 & under. A Musical Tribute Written by Dean Regan ~ In association with Bedrock Production & Rising Star Promotions.


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Phyllis Duke <>
Scottsburg, In USA - Monday, October 06, 2003 at 02:59:40 (MET)

I love Patsy Cline's music and would love to have been able to meet her she is a true inspiration to me and my love for music, she has a voice that is truly just amazing to me. I have several cd of her and listen to them all the time. She was a beautiful lady and a great loss to music....
Wendy Coker <>
Adairsville, GA USA - Wednesday, October 01, 2003 at 18:03:41 (MET)
Hey GAC viewers, on October 4, 2003 the televised portion of the Grand Ole Opry will move to GAC. On that night the Opry will be featuring artists from the "Remembering Patsy" CD. Leann Womack and Michelle Branch will hit the Opry stage in a salute to Patsy.

For more details check out

I need a copy since I have CMT and it will no longer air on CMT, if anyone can help.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky - Sunday, September 14, 2003 at 22:01:30 (MET DST)

Folks, regarding the "Remembering Patsy Cline" album, where Norah Jones is one of the contributors: Norah is also contributing on a Dolly Parton tribute album, singing the song "The Grass Is Blue". If you are a Norah Jones fan, like myself, you can go to and get information about this album. And the Patsy tribute album is, of course, also mentioned at that site.
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Saturday, September 13, 2003 at 20:03:39 (MET DST)

Hello Gang! Julie, I am sure that as fans Mill by, they'll be sure to help with upkeep on your Mom's resting ground. But as a personal gesture of just Thanks to Patsy, you, and everyone here who contributes to this site, I will give you my Word I will check it out and make my way there to be sure they are doing as they should monthly. If not- will Will email you with phot for proof. It will be that way no more. SUE! I think you are one of the 18 at the gravesite. There was a Sue there from Grand Rapids, Michigan, and you KNOW I emphasized the Importance of THIS site, and the people here. It IS the most Comprehensive site there is. I think you left before our prayer.

Back to Julie. You are so right, it was a blessing for us all. To think, one woman brought people from across the nation and world together, interlocking hands for prayer. Who Else could? Not many... Louise States that she cannot believe your mother would be as old as her, and A dynamo still, she says. I was encouraged upon joining the site by Per to tell the stories Louise tells me of her friendship. I will- soon. Love to all Fans. Michael (Per- thanks for the directions on site, I loved the "first time I heard" story!) You're beautiful!
Michael Birmingham <>
Inwood, WV U.S. Of A. - Saturday, September 13, 2003 at 11:57:02 (MET DST)

I have a hole in my heart missing Patsy Cline. She sings like you can feel the heart ache that she sings about, and you can also feel the love she sings. Dear Patsy, all true country music fans love you.
Mark H. Wylie <>
Clearwater, FL Pennilas - Friday, September 12, 2003 at 06:44:58 (MET DST)
Dear Me... I'm sorry for flubbing up on Patsy's age in my bday poem in her honour, I meant to put 71 but I got thinking of my dear mother who had her bday in Sept as well, my mind was on her too, God Rest her soul too... maybe her and Patsy are singing away... Again, my apologies for the error....
Jacki <>
CANADA - Wednesday, September 10, 2003 at 18:09:04 (MET DST)
I've been a Patsy Cline fan for many years, here voice is really something special! I've just bought a CD-box with her songs, and I'm playing it right now. My favourite is "Walking after midnight", as number two I have "Pick me up on your way down". But none of the 52 songs in the box are bad, they are some of the best coyntry songs ever written! Even if she has been dead for 40 years, her songs and voice will live for ever!
Toby Brunzell <>
Sweden - Tuesday, September 09, 2003 at 12:20:07 (MET DST)
Happy 71st birthday, Patsy!!
Robyn Jones
Syracuse, Ny USA - Monday, September 08, 2003 at 23:42:52 (MET DST)
Happy Birthday, Patsy! Remembering the greatest voice of all times on this important day! Your music is still the best and you are not forgotten.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Monday, September 08, 2003 at 18:41:12 (MET DST)
68 years ago today
a fine singer had be born
her destination in life was rough
but she had made her way through
Despite the fact
she left us early
her memory and spirit shines through
each year on this day
her songs and fans remininsce
about how this woman, Virginia Hensley, later Patsy Cline
came into our lives and left a legacy of musical bliss
Happy Birthday Patsy
You're thought of and remembered today
As you sing from up in the heavens and smile down on us
Hope we make your day...

Jacki- Sept.8/2003

Jacki <>
Canada - Monday, September 08, 2003 at 15:46:58 (MET DST)

Happy 71st Birthday, Patsy!!!!!
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Monday, September 08, 2003 at 12:33:17 (MET DST)
I met Patsy in the early 60's after a concert she did at the Mint Casino in Las Vegas. I was not a C&W fan (I actually was an Elvis Rocker) but watched her because I was in town on business and staying nearby... She was THE CATS MEOW! and years later I have looked for someplace that I could vent my excitement about this great performer who is no longer with us. My grandson showed me this websight. I want you people to know that Patsy Cline was the BEST concert I ever saw in my 80 years and she was so kind to me after the show and signed my napkin. She smiled at me and said "Thanks for your interest!" I wish I still had that dadburn napkin! This gal lit up the eyes of a fellow who did NOT like C&W music. I cried when she died and she is still the only Country & Western person I will listen to. God Bless. Fred
Fred Rivers <>
Madwaska, ME USA - Sunday, September 07, 2003 at 06:38:56 (MET DST)
Hi, I understand this is THE fan webite. I cover theater in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where "Always... Patsy Cline" is about to open. I'm looking for the biggest fan in West Michigan to include in my story. If you are out there, please drop a line to Thanks.
Sue Merrell <>
Grand Rapids, Mi USA - Friday, September 05, 2003 at 21:43:45 (MET DST)
Hey all! Just a few lines to say hello. I am looking for anyone who has any old full-run Patsy videos. Please let me know. I have the Patsy videos with some "clips" of Patsy singing but I'm looking for the full song clips if they are out there. So let me know. Thanks!
Sean < or>
Nashville, TN USA - Thursday, September 04, 2003 at 04:55:51 (MET DST)
WSM Radio just played the top 500 all-time favorite country hits this Labor Day Weekend. Patsy RULED!!! "She's Got You" came in #6, "Walkin' After Midnite", #4, "Sweet Dreams", #3, "I Fall To Pieces", #2, and "Crazy", NUMBER ONE!!!!!!!!!!!! So, all you Patsy fans, remember to vote next year. Make her the top FIVE!
Norma Phelps <>
Willington, CT USA - Monday, September 01, 2003 at 19:43:29 (MET DST)
The BBC website has a new section on Patsy Cline and her classic song, "Crazy". As part of the Sold On Song project, which celebrates the art of songwriting there are audio clips from Willie Nelson and Owen Bradley on the writing and recording of the song, a quiz, links to other Patsy websites. Take a look! Click on my name below!
Sue Keogh <>
London, England - Monday, September 01, 2003 at 16:19:00 (MET DST)
Good Morning Per and all, this is Julie... I was just reading the new entries, and I am sad to hear that the grave site looked so bad, and I am sorry... I am so far away and cannot check on these things... Thanks for taking care of it... I can only guess that now that my Grandmother isn't there, maybe it doesn't get checked on as much... I will also check with the caretakers about it... Once again 'Patsy Fans' are great people... Sounds like that trip to the cemetery was actually a blessing, that's great... Death is a sad thing for us here on this earth, and yet we have to remember that there is a better place, one that we cannot even begin to imagine, and we should all strive to be there one day... Thanks again for everything that you guys do!... Oh, and I get a kick out of all the times people meet someone that says they are related... I have been told of a couple of sisters "I have", and just the other day got a letter from someone that knows "a cousin of mine", only problem is there isn't one in that part of the family!... And I think my favorites are the ones that are out there singing and being in the public's eye and saying they are her daughter... Sorry folks, I don't sing for anyone, and I am here in the Nashville area most of the time, with my family doing regular family things... Now, if you run into a lady around Nashville that looks like she doesn't know what she's doing, that might be me! If you do, ask her something special, something that only I might be able to tell you... (but don't make it too hard, I might be slow that day from too many basketball games with the kids! haha) Well, take care everyone, and if there are any US Military Service people out there "listening", I would like to say a BIG HELLO and send a big HUG... You guys and gals are great! God Bless...
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Saturday, August 23, 2003 at 16:26:52 (MET DST)

It looks like there will be another auction of Patsy's personal possessions to finance legal and court fees incurred by Hilda's estate. Click here.
GregW <>
Tucson, AZ USA - Friday, August 22, 2003 at 20:07:53 (MET DST)
Hi Per and All. I'm still here! Amazing. Due to Patsy no doubt, but STRAIGHT to point. Jimmy, you're absolutely correct. The cemetery has a marker indicating her grave site. ANYONE entering the Shenandoah Memorial Park, "cemetery", can easily find it thru two or three simple measures. Find the entrance with the flags flying, you will see a funeral home when you turn in. Make an IMMEDIATE right after it. It almost looks like the back drive of the funeral home. Drive it a couple hundred feet, on the right, is a sign car window length. Directly across it on the left of the road, driver side, is Patsy's grave. She is under the second tree, on the curb. If you walk from pavement to grass, there she is right off the pavement 2 or 3 steps.

Topic number two. I took my girlfriend there to see it from Canada. I am native here, and know exactly where she is intered, and wanted to go up and leave a few pennies as we are so far apart. I was shocked to see that the headstone was not being manicured or well kept. Grass was covering it up, living and mowed. BTW- a fan wrote in here about placing a toy car there- it is still there ;). I bent down to start weeding, and noticed 2 ppl milling thru the cemetery, and soon enough, they got close enough to shout out a question of where Patsy was. They came over, and also were upset to see the plaque needed such weeding out. They said they walked over it twice as it was almost covered. As I was weeding, I was finding pennies left and right in the roots of the grass, and I placed them back, and soon, another couple pulled up, then a van with people, then others. Two with Cam corders, all with Camera's.

I was bound to get that marker clean then, and a group of 18 soon formed. One asked me when they saw me manicuring it, if I was a relative, and I said no, just that The Lady Patsy Cline meant alot to me for her music. Then an onslaught of questions came, and I kept repeating to everyone, go to it is the BEST site out there, it is the OFFICIAL site, and as they complimented me on my knowledge, I told them, some of what they wanted to know I knew, and MOST of what I knew, was due to A Lovely Person Named Per, and alot of faithfull fans who tirelessly work in continuing her namesake and TRUE knowledge of Patsy. I also emphazised as alot had mis-information, (again with the "I met a woman who said she was Julie in Winchester" from 2 people) among other things, if they wanted REAL concrete knowledge and answers, THIS is the place they must go. You cannot find a more comprehensive and accurate collection of information that is true and right on target about Patsy, and no-one can beat this site.

Making A longer story short, we ended up speaking at the grave, our whole group, as new arrivals came, for nearly two hours, and it took on a different spirit, of celebration, of how special the Lady Patsy Cline was, almost as if we were in her presence and lighthearted spirit, and she was around us all. I had her in the tape deck when I first arrived, and left me keys in, so the radio stayed on, and the whole time, Patsy Seranaded us. I first went to go turn it off thinkin it disrespectfull as I didn't intentionaly leave it on, and only planned to hop out a few minutes, but they actually asked me not turn it off as it very lightly played when I apologized for my blunder. We shared many things, stood in the and at the presence of greatness, in a respect for each other as Patsy Cline Fans, that only Patsy could do herself, and Respect of Patsy. They had come from all over, another reason they need to get on the stick with keeping the plaque CLEARED.

Some of us exchanged personal information to keep in touch, I wrote out this site addy almost 18 times, and all I can say, is it was the only time I have gone there, visited, and not left with an empty feeling within me, for the life and love, and talent cut so short. Patsy brought many new friends together today- once again. People were still arrriving as I excused myself near 2 hours later- 5:35 pm, to leave, after sharing such wonderful moments mutually expressed and mutually felt, and it left me at a peace I cannot describe. I knew it all along, but I saw before me today- that indeed, Patsy lives, for us all... and nothing may take her from us. Per, God Bless your soul for your work. NEXT time I go up and see her resting site so overgrown, I will take a picture before weeding. It is not right. I will try to make it up more often to make sure this has not happened again.

We have had alot of rain this season, maybe that is why. All I know is THAT is what saddened me more than anything else. That the Care Givers would neglect this... ahh - my heart.. so sad. Granted today was the first day I have ever seen people coming out of the woodwork to visit there, but still, it should be visible at ALL times to be seen. Finaly, Per, Thank YOU! Without your site, and so many who contribute, I would not have been able to pass so much ACCURATE information along, knowing it to be gospel truth! It confirms what the people I know as Patsy's friends tell me, and corrects what their memories re-arrange. I never knew, until today, just how connected we all are to each other, just thru being Patsy's fans, and knowing one persons name. Wow. Drove it home. Per, May I ask, how did you get to know of Patsy where you live??? Half a world away? What prompted this site? You are talented, and blessed. Signing off till next update, Michael Birmingham P.s.- Per- was a little unsure of if this belonged on the forum or not. I would be content if someone would just please make sure they keep the plaque cleared. The rest is just me sharing my experience and updating. Take Care, Per ;) Michael IGNORE THE TYPO'S. lol
Michael Birmingham <>
Inwood, WV 25428 - Friday, August 22, 2003 at 08:54:50 (MET DST)
Comment: How I got to know about Patsy is described in my entry in the "A fan is born" section of this site, written on July 20, 1997. Click here to read it. /Per

Very nice home page. I have always been a big country western fan and loved to listen to Patsy Cline's singing. She had a very wonderful voice that I loved to listen to. Miss her songs very much. I don't know if this is appropriate to put in this but I do like to sing and have been told that I should send some demos to see what other people think of my voice. If anyone out there can give me some info on this it would be appreciated very much. Again, Great site.
Bud Rostorfer <>
Wasiila, AK USA - Monday, August 18, 2003 at 23:09:44 (MET DST)

Visit the site about the forthcoming "Remembering Patsy Cline" CD! You may listen to sound samples there! Click on the banner above!
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Saturday, August 16, 2003 at 11:06:13 (MET DST)

I'm not really a great fan but now and then I like to play her music.
Elles <>
Purmerend, Holland - Tuesday, August 12, 2003 at 19:28:47 (MET DST)
JD, Patsy's grave is behind the funeral home that was built a few years ago. I believe there is a small sign pointing to her resting area. Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <>
Sunday, August 10, 2003 at 22:03:59 (MET DST)
Every time I play Patsy tapes or go to Winchester I have fond memories of her. I did have problems finding her grave, please let me know the location. I know the cemetary but not the location in same. THANK U... jdwardecker
J D Wardecker <,>
Carlisle, PA USA - Sunday, August 10, 2003 at 15:10:43 (MET DST)
I have copied all my Patsy Cline LPs onto cassette for playing in my car and truck. Anyone wanting a particular LP, if I have it, may have it or all at a fair amount. Reply with LP wanted. She is an angel.
Bob <>
Tuckerton, NJ USA - Friday, August 08, 2003 at 20:58:03 (MET DST)
I sit here, reading all these fine tributes to Patsy Cline, and it brings a tear to my eyes.. Let me say this, as far as the auction of her things, it's sad, yes, BUT.. as I look at the big picture, they can NEVER sell her memories to millions of loyal fans. Let me clarify, it's as simple as popping in a Patsy Cline CD/record/tape, and VOILA!, she's with us!.. That voice, that emotional cry of love, that passion!... they can NEVER take that away or lose it.. You all know this.. It was her SONGS and SOUND that she gave us so sweetly.. Sure, maybe her material things like sequinned dresses or shoes may dissapear, but her sound never will.. Have faith in that, She's knowing you love her, and She won't forget us, God bless you girl!.. you gave us something for life!, Matt S
Matt Stan <>
Philadelphia, Pa USA - Wednesday, August 06, 2003 at 10:48:53 (MET DST)
I saw the movie called "Cold Miner's Daughter" and I thought it was pretty good. Now, I listen to her in the shower because she is and was a great singer for the country music for the whole world of country music fans to listen to. I admire her alot because she was a great singer. Love, Arielle Castleberry
Arielle Castleberry <>
Sacramento, CA USA - Monday, August 04, 2003 at 18:35:00 (MET DST)
Hi, what a great site you have on Patsy, I have been a Patsy fan for many years. I plan to make my own web page, but for the time being, I have my own Patsy club called "Remembering Patsy Cline". My club is for all the Patsy Cline fans. I intend to keep Patsy's music and memory alive. I would love it if everyone can join my club. Here's a link to my club: Thanks, Paul. PLEASE NOTE: My old club "voice of an angel" is closed. The reason why I closed it is because I didnt want anyone to get confused with my club and Bill's website.
Paul Potter <>
England - Monday, August 04, 2003 at 13:14:41 (MET DST)
For Matthew Cann -- My understanding is there is NOT a building that houses the VA Country Music Hall of Fame. Any awards are given to the recipient. If you're in Winchester, a Mr. Jim Kniceley there could tell you more details and the progress of efforts to establish and enhance the VaCMHoF. The West Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame is housed in Joltin' Jim McCoy's Troubadour Lounge near Berkeley Springs, WV.
ICanSeeAnAngel1961 <>
Saturday, August 02, 2003 at 16:29:39 (MET DST)
Can anyone please tell me where the Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame is located?
Matthew Cann <>
Fredericksburg, Va USA - Thursday, July 31, 2003 at 02:27:02 (MET DST)
Did Patsy live in Gore or Winchester?
Robyn Jones
Syracuse, NY USA - Tuesday, July 29, 2003 at 22:46:44 (MET DST)
Comment: Both. Patsy was born in the Winchester Memorial Hospital, but the family resided near Gore at that time. Up until the time when they moved to Winchester for good in 1948, the family moved nearly 20 times... Shortly after Patsy was born they moved to Elkton, and lived there for about eight years, and Patsy began school there. After that they moved to Lexington. Then they moved to a house near Winchester, followed by moves to Portsmouth, Middletown and Gore (again). This information comes from Phil Hunter's excellent chronological outline "Crazy Over Patsy" from 1997. Thanks, Phil! /Per
I am so amazed at the quality of this site and the people that support this awesome woman... Can anybody tell me if there is a fan club in England? Thanks again... Barry
Barry Phillips <>
England - Friday, July 25, 2003 at 18:08:24 (MET DST)
I am retired and finally had time to put all Patsy Cline's LPs I had on tape. I have app. 25 LPs and then some 45's which I will make available to those who want for a fair price. Any interests?
Bob <>
Tuckerton, NJ USA - Wednesday, July 23, 2003 at 22:10:10 (MET DST)
Hi Per, Just wanted to remind all my "PATSY-PUPPIES" to get their reservations made for "Winnie" and get their bags packed for a wonderful fun packed Patsy weekend. Labour Day weekend,that is. So "come right in and sit right down and make yourselves at home". See you there. Love, Anne Armstrong.
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph Ont. - Wednesday, July 23, 2003 at 04:51:33 (MET DST)
I enjoyed this sight and would like for you to know this, thank you for your time.
Angela Luck <>
Fort Mill, SC USA - Sunday, July 20, 2003 at 06:28:40 (MET DST)
Comment: Thanks, Angela! /Per
Matthew, during the last year of the old Hall of Fame there was a nice Patsy display and the letters she wrote to Treva Miller. There were several photos and the purple western dress on display plus 5 kinescopes. This was done in conjuction with the release of the book, "Love Always...."
Jimmy W <>
Lexington, Ky USA - Saturday, July 19, 2003 at 21:14:24 (MET DST)
Lindsay, I was also surprised and disappointed at Patsy's display in the new Hall of Fame museum. I seem to remember, though I may be mistaken, that the museum in the old building had a larger display for Patsy. I wrote to the folks in Nashville last year to question why the best voice in country music was afforded so little space, but they declined to answer. I think a museum devoted to her memory is the answer for us all. Best wishes to all, Matthew
Matthew Cann <>
Fredericksburg, Va USA - Saturday, July 19, 2003 at 03:01:51 (MET DST)
Hello to all at the Patsy Cline Forum! I'm "newbie"... this is my first post! Patsy Cline... what a voice!!! In my opinion, she has never been equalled, and never will be. I was only 11 years old when she died, but her music has made a lasting impression on me. I'm a singer, too; I began singing at the age of 3, and dreamed of being a performer. I began singing in a country band at the age of 14, and we had a local Saturday-morning radio show, for a while. I sang some of Patsy's songs, when I was in a country-rock band, back in the late 1970's. I sing them now, at karaoke, which I love to do! I've been told I sound like Patsy, and get some interesting reactions from other folks in the karaoke bars that I patronize near my home.

I recently entered a "sing alike" contest at the Kentucky Opry in Draffenville, Ky. I lost, big-time, but I had a wonderful time! I did "Crazy", as did the winner, but I wasn't in costume. I'm doing it again, next year, and will be ready with a stage costume, then!

I've also been researching Patsy Cline's life, and am planning on putting together a monologue, complete with some of Patsy's greatest hits, that I can do, in costume, at local fairs, benefits, and parties. I've been listening intently to Patsy's music, and trying to mimick her style... I've got the same vocal range, but what an impossible task!!! Each time I listen to her recordings, I hear new and different little nuances in her voice than I heard on the previous time I listened.

I think it's wonderful that Patsy's daughter, Julie, visits this fan forum, and interacts with its members. I'm certain that the stories she's heard, and pictures she's been given by fans who vividly remember her mother are very precious to her; especially since she was so young, when her mother died.

Patsy Cline was a "singer's singer", and a national treasure. After 40 years, her talent is still spoken about with awe. Her life was short, but that short life gave joy to millions, and she will live forever, through her music.

I realize this post is long. I just wanted the group to get to know me, a little. I promise I'll be brief, in all future posts! Love to all, Darla
Darla <>
Du Quoin, IL USA - Thursday, July 10, 2003 at 19:02:30 (MET DST)

Good for you Fred! Anyway, just wanted to say I went to the Country Music Hall of Fame the other weekend. It was very interesting & informative, but they didn't have near enough Patsy stuff! Just a purple cowgirl dress and one letter she wrote to Treva, and then in a separate display her Dixie lighter. I was very distressed to learn I couldn't take photos, too. Made me realize how important it is for me to do whatever I can to help get Patsy's own museum up and running....
Lindsay <>
St. Louis, MO USA - Thursday, July 10, 2003 at 02:21:46 (MET DST)
Greetings fron THE MOST NORTHEAST point in the United States!! Patsy Cline has truly affected my life. My girlfriend dumped me a few months ago... I thought I was ALONE... and then I fired up my ol' turntable and listened to "THATS HOW A HEARTACHE BEGINS"??... This tune made me realize that there are other chicks out there... and I am NOT alone... GOD BLESS YOU PATSY!!! YOU WERE 40 YEARS AHEAD OF YOUR TIME!!! Fred
Larryq <>
Madawaska, ME USA - Wednesday, July 09, 2003 at 02:44:01 (MET DST)
I love and respect Patsy Cline.
Lynn Matlock <>
Humble, TX USA - Tuesday, July 08, 2003 at 04:06:41 (MET DST)
For all the fans in Notheastern Pennsylvania. "Always Patsy Cline" will be back at the Music Box Dinner Playhouse in Swoyersville, Pa.(right next to Wilkes-Barre), from July 18th to August 3rd. Nicole Ross-Rasmus portrays Patsy and Debbie Zehner will play Louise. Last years performances were all sold out, so if your planning to attend get your resevations early at 1-800-698PLAY. Nicole will haunt you with her exceptional potrayal of the greatest female singer of all times. This show is worth the trip for any Patsy fan.
Thanks all... and thanks Per for this great site.
Mary Ross <>
Scranton, Pa USA - Thursday, July 03, 2003 at 12:49:11 (MET DST)
Hi there! I have been a fan of Patsy's for many years now and still buy whatever CD's I can lay my hands on, her music seems to match all my moods and I have fond memories of hearing her, and also meeting other Patsy fans. Would love to hear from other fans around the world. Looking to hear from you soon, Shari-Lou xxx
Sharon Harvey <>
South Wales, UK - Thursday, July 03, 2003 at 12:37:38 (MET DST)
Hi all. Just a note to say that I'm back in Nashville. Anytime you all need anything... just let me know. God bless, Sean
PS. Per, thanks for still keeping up with all the news!
Sean Sako <>
Nashville, TN USA - Wednesday, July 02, 2003 at 21:22:35 (MET DST)
Question? (for the history of our theatre in Spartanburg): Did Patsy ever perform at the CAROLINA THEATRE in Spartanburg, SC at anytime in her career? Or any other places in SC? Thanx for your help.
Mike Hopson <>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Sunday, June 29, 2003 at 09:09:26 (MET DST)
Just returned from vacation, took a tour of the crash site, was a very emotional experience, also visited Patsy's grave site, this was also a very moving experience for me. Made it very clear to me just how much we Patsy fans need to keep her memory alive, and ever growing for the future Patsy fans.
Steve G. <>
Paola, Ks U.S.A. - Thursday, June 26, 2003 at 07:57:45 (MET DST)
The story of the Cimarron Ballroom CD release can no longer be found at the URL on the Cimarron Ballroom page. It can now be found at
Bradley Olson <>
Bemidji, MN United States - Friday, June 20, 2003 at 04:42:12 (MET DST)
I think Patsy Cline is & was the best singer and performer ever. The young singers of nowadays have nothing to compare to her.
Patricia Adair <>
Allen, Ne USA - Monday, June 16, 2003 at 17:10:57 (MET DST)
Patsy placed a total of four songs in the CMT "100 Greatest Songs of Country Music": "Crazy" was #3, "I Fall To Pieces" was #7, "Sweet Dreams" was #41 and "Faded Love" was #98. The special will air on Sunday, June 8, beginning at 4:00 pm EDT.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Sunday, June 08, 2003 at 12:13:26 (MET DST)
Patsy Cline's music is still being celebrated! She is the only country artist with 2 songs in the top 12 of all times, according to CMT. And I still listen to her everyday without tiring of her music. She was and is the best!
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Saturday, June 07, 2003 at 13:02:28 (MET DST)
I have been a Patsy Cline for years and years and years. She is undoubtedly the queen of country music. I am seeking advice and pointers from all avid Patsy fans. I have been asked to portray Patsy in a local church dinner theatre. While this is not a broadway show or the likes, I am overjoyed and extremely honored to participate. I welcome any advice or suggestions. I will need to duplicate hair, wardrobe etc. from early in Patsy's career around 1957. Thanks for all your suggestions.
Carrie <>
Kearney, MO USA - Tuesday, June 03, 2003 at 18:26:54 (MET DST)
Dear all, When I watched the film "Sweet dreams", I love Patsy so much. I just have two album of her, one of it is Live concert. I love Patsy!!!
Eunice <>
Hong Kong - Tuesday, June 03, 2003 at 17:44:55 (MET DST)
My father Alan BLock, co-wrote "Walking After Midnight" along with Don Hecht. My father passed in 1999. My mother then co-wrote a song called "Never no more" with my father. It was released after Patsy's death so it never gained in the popularity of some of her other songs, however, if you listen to it, it has the "midnight" flavor to it. Unfortunately, my mom passed just last year. The songs help keep them alive to me and I am fortunate to have had them as my parents. I also want to add that there was an obscure sci-fi entitled "Space above and beyond" that was on Fox for a short time. The had an episode called "The never no more episode" that featured Patsy as a hologram singing "Never no more". Again it is terrific finding this site.
Hilton Block <>
Los Angeles, CA - Tuesday, May 27, 2003 at 20:01:53 (MET DST)
Anyone going to Fan Fair in Nashville this year, there will be a booksigning for "Remembering Patsy" at the Country Music Hall of Fame Thursday, June 5,2003 at 10 a.m.
Jimmy Walker <>
Monday, May 26, 2003 at 16:50:52 (MET DST)
Patsy is just great! Her music is immortal. The only shame is that I cannot get most of her CD's in Kenya. Such a gifted woman - such a short life.....
Moses Mungai Benson <>
Nairobi, Kenya - Wednesday, May 14, 2003 at 11:51:44 (MET DST)
Patsy, I know your heartaches are gone there in heaven. Thank you for being there through all mine, I love you darlin' and I miss you. For All The Rough and Tumble Hearts, Leticia Marie Almanza
Leticia Marie Almanza <spanish7crocidile7tonight@yaho>
Austin, Tx - Tuesday, May 13, 2003 at 05:58:34 (MET DST)
Just dropping by to wish all of you mommas a happy Mother's Day. Let's also remember one very special momma right here, Miss Ginny Hensley. How bout a special prayer for her and her 2 children Julie and Randy, that they find comfort in the fact that while Ginny is not here, they have the love and support of so many who love her. All the best to you all on this wonderful day. Check out this pic in rememberance of our Lady by clicking on my name below.
Theresa <>
Cranberry, PA 16066 - Sunday, May 11, 2003 at 15:48:58 (MET DST)
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