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I just wanted to say that the new "Patsy Cline Gold" 2 CD set is a great deal. It contains all of the songs that were on last year's "The Definitive Collection" plus 10 more, yet at the store where I bought "Gold" it was $2 cheaper! The cover features a previously unpublished photo of Patsy, but most important to me is the fact that "Imagine That" is in true stereo, although in my opinion the left and right sides are reversed (I wish someone that knows the program Soundforge could explain how I can fix this). I don't know if "Imagine That" has appeared in stereo before, but it was only in mono on the 4 CD box set and "Millennium Collection". That only leaves the 2nd, 1962 version of "You're Stronger Than Me", as the only Decca recording that I don't have in stereo. Where is it?

Anyway, back to "Patsy Cline Gold". I'm assuming that the masters are up to par with those contained on "The Definitive Collection", because "Gold" is the more recent release even though it is song for song the same as 2000's "The Ultimate Collection". Maybe someone can clarify this. Anyway, it sure sounds good to me. As with any collection of 32 songs, any fan would want to tinker a little with the song selection, but all the major hits are there. I, for instance, would have liked to see the 2nd version of "You're Stronger Than Me" in true stereo just because I don't have it already, and although the early version of "Poor Man's Roses" may have historically seen some chart action, in my opinion the 2nd version is far superior, and it is one of my favourites.

With the cheaper price, I don't know why anybody would choose "The Definitive Collection" over the new "Patsy Cline Gold" unless they didn't want the major hits spread across 2 CDs. Anyway, it's good to have a choice. 'Bye for now.
Big Al <>
Surrey, BC Canada - Sunday, June 19, 2005 at 15:02:03 (CEST)

Hi everyone, I havent written in a while, I've been really busy working. I thought I'd share something with you all. I'm a nursing assistant and I work in a nursing home in front royal virginia, about 25 minutes from where I live in Winchester. Almost all of the elderly people that I work with have lived in Winchester and surrounding areas their whole lives. Whenenver I mention to them that I love Patsy Cline, they all tell me stories about her, because they remember her when she lived here. One lady I know even went to Handley High School with her before she dropped out to help her mom. But this one man told me that he used to go to Gaunts Drug Store and pick her up and take her dancing. And they all tell me how the town was packed when it was Patsy's funeral.

There are many of the elderly people who have memory problems like Alzheimers, who can't remember something that you said to them five minutes earlier, but mention Patsy Cline, and their faces light up and they say, "oh yes I loved her, she could really sing." Well, I just wanted to share that and if there is anything that needs to be done with the fan club in Winchester, just let me know, I'm always willing to do anything for my girl Patsy. Bye everyone
Carrie <>
Winchester, Va USA - Sunday, June 19, 2005 at 07:10:21 (CEST)

Wow, what a great Patsy Cline site! My 20 year love affair with Patsy has recently been rekindled by the recent PBS special and my newest CD purchase, "Patsy Gold". What a great special that I can't wait to get on DVD, and what a great CD compilation. I have so many questions and things I want to say about Patsy, but for now, is there anyplace on the web that attempts to list a chronology of Patsy's personal appearances? The reason I ask is I live on the Canadian west coast and I wonder if Patsy ever made it out that way. In "The Real Patsy Cline" video, George Hamilton IV mentions a western Canada tour with Patsy. By the way, Loretta Lynn made many appearances at a border town honky-tonk called Bob's Tavern in Blaine, Washington many years ago. 'Bye for now.
Big Al <>
Surrey, BC, Canada - Saturday, June 18, 2005 at 17:27:28 (CEST)
"It's wonderful that whenever her name is mentioned, people's voices fall and they become right sentimental. And, rightly so."
~ Dr. Maya Angelou On Patsy Cline\

I was just reading that on Bill Cox's footnotes and it brought tears to my eyes. Do you ever notice how true that is? You say "Patsy Cline" and immediately you hear either two things from the person you're talking about her with: 1.) An awestruck silence/reverence as if she just walked in the room. 2.) Something along the lines of "Oh man, I love Patsy Cline. She's one of my favorites." Isn't it something that the most beloved legends of our time either didn't realize how incredible they were at what they did or didn't realize how many people loved them. With some, they're loved only for their talents/contributions. But with Patsy I think it goes beyond that into a personal space where people sincerely love her. We think of her like a best friend. And I hope she knows that now.

I usually don't get so deep (Imagine that ~ ain't THAT a laugh!), but Dr. Angelou's quote really struck a chord with me, so forgive me, everybody!

"And all of Patsy's hosses said: AMEN!"

Your Friend,
Jared Vaughn <JaredVaughn81@AOL.COM>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Saturday, June 18, 2005 at 05:49:01 (CEST)
New photos of the Celebrating Patsy Cline booth at the CMA Music Festival, and of Patsy related sites in and around Nashville, have been posted in the Photo Album section of The Patsy Cline Forum:

Stop by and check them out.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Friday, June 17, 2005 at 06:20:11 (CEST)
In regards to the Jubilee USA that Francis has, they are not available for sale. From what I am hearing, "Let it Snow, Let it Snow" is to be on the upcoming DVD, "Sweet Dreams Still". PBS is telling people that it is one of the clips to be included, as well as "I Saw the Light".

I believe the 2 solo spots she did were "WAM" and "Lovesick Blues". Gosh, it has been maybe 15 years since I saw those!

Always, Jimmy W.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky USA - Tuesday, June 14, 2005 at 15:52:57 (CEST)
I have a copy of a TV show Patsy was on called "Jubilee USA" with Red Foley and Ferlin Huskey as Siman Crum, and Patsy sings a Christmas duet called "Winter Wonderland" with Red Foley. I think it was originally aired in 1959. Can anyone help me and let me know if this show is available on DVD or has been released to the public? Is this a rare show? Any Patsy fans/collectors who can answer my question would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Francis
Francis <>
Toronto - Monday, June 13, 2005 at 17:55:06 (CEST)
Comment: To me it sounds as if you are sitting on a very rare piece of music history! It sounds very much like one of the Kinescope films that are in store at The Country Music Hall of Fame... There should also be one showing Patsy singing duet with Ferlin Huskey in "Let it snow, let it snow". Do you have that one, as well? As far as I know, none of these films have been released to the public. Something in the back of my head tells me that Jimmy Walker watched these films somewhere, a few years ago... Jimmy, can you shed some light on this? /Per
I have really enjoyed visiting this site. My mother was a second cousin of Patsy's (on the Hensley side of her family). I was raised on country and bluegrass music and love all of Patsy's songs. I won a talent contest at age 18 singing "Crazy", my favorite Patsy Cline song. I'm no Patsy Cline but I will always love her music. I can't wait to purchase "Sweet Dreams Still" when it is released in Sept.
Marie Grimmett <>
Fayetteville, NC USA - Sunday, June 12, 2005 at 04:51:17 (CEST)
Hi! Everyone here is probably a huge fan of Patsy and know basically everything about her, but if there happened to be a question you were pondering for a while, just e-mail me and I'll try to help. I'm only 13, of course, but I know every member of the Patsy Cline fan club in Patsy's home town, there are lots of club members from Winchetser, and all around Virginia. There are also members in the Winchester fan club that live in CANADA! My next door neighbor is an older woman, but she has a very strong memory and she lived beside Patsy and her family for years, when Patsy was a teen. The reason I know all the fan club members, though, is because my grandmother was the first to sign up for the Winchester fan club, when it started a while back, and she is still in it at the age of 53.

My neighbor, however, is not a member of the fan club, but she was and still is a very nosy person, so she knows a lot. I also know Charlie *Patsy's husband when she died* fairly well and I also know one of the main people and leaders of the club. I go to his house every labor day with the rest of the members, even though I'm not a part of the club, myself. He has some amazing things that belonged to Patsy, and he even has the wedding dress that was worn in the movie "Sweet Dreams", by the actress who played and portrayed Patsy. I also happen to live a couple blocks away from one of the homes Patsy used to live in.

If you'd like information, feel free to e-mail me at and I'll do my best to help you!
Shirice Blowe <>
Winchester, VA United States - Friday, June 10, 2005 at 22:33:55 (CEST)

Hello Patsy Faithful,
Laurel has finally committed to her singing career. As many have done in the past, starting out singing Patsy favorites. We all Love Patsy's music and many have tried to duplicate Patsy's legendary voice, which in my research none have! Laurel has been told on several occasions after live performances, that she is as close to the original as it can ever get. I would like to invite, especially those of you who have had the extreme pleasure of hearing Patsy live, to visit her new web site at to listen to clips of her renditions of Patsy's favorites and give your opinions in her guestbook.
Forever Patsy,
Steve <>
Jacksonville, Tx USA - Friday, June 10, 2005 at 20:14:35 (CEST)
Hello, the music stack web site has the new "Sweet Dreams Still" DVD for sale! $32 + s/h. The shipping time is 4-6 wks. The release country is a Canadian Import. Per, maybe they would have a Region 2 DVD out there for you? Click here. The website has been good to me in the past for other Patsy music. Goodluck! Sean (recliner club/sypc)
Sean <>
Music City, Tn USA - Wednesday, June 08, 2005 at 16:57:32 (CEST)
Hi folks... Just a note to let you know that Logan Wells has a new inspirational CD out... A few Patsy Cline songs. A lot of great songs by a great singer. This CD can be reviewed by visiting Logans web site, which also includes reviews of her great tribute to Patsy Cline. I'm sure she would also enjoy seeing all of you sign her guestbook. ( Her email address is there too, and she does answer her mail. Thanks all... Larry
Larry Oldfield <>
Elyria, Oh USA - Wednesday, June 08, 2005 at 14:36:01 (CEST) great to hear from you again. It sure has been a long time. Glad to see you here and I hope you're doing well.
Mark Willix <>
Rockmart, GA USA - Tuesday, June 07, 2005 at 18:15:25 (CEST)
Thank you, Mario, for those great pictures of Patsy's star! Also, thank you for taking care of Patsy's star. Enjoyed so much the pics of Charlie and Julie, and her nice looking family. Patsy would be so proud, I'm sure. I often think of what a great grandma Patsy would have been, since she was such a loving person.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Tuesday, June 07, 2005 at 03:44:03 (CEST)
I received some great photos from Mario Munoz a substantial while back, and now I have finally gotten around to posting them at the site (better late than never, I suppose). The photos show when Patsy got her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in August 1999. I have divided them into three pages with three pictures each. In addition, there are some other photos showing Mario cleaning the star, a street sign at Universal Studios, and a car that was used in the movie "Sweet Dreams". If you go to the Places section and scroll down a bit, you have the links under the title "Hollywood, California". The thumbnails have not been done yet, I'll fix those tomorrow.

For those who don't know, Mario Munoz worked very hard to get Patsy her star, and quite simply, it wouldn't have happened without him! We have Mario to thank for Patsy's star! And he is also the official caretaker of the star, and he cleans it once a month between March and September. The polish doesn't work very well during the cooler months.
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Monday, June 06, 2005 at 22:30:12 (CEST)

Hi Per, long time no writee on the forum!!! Felt I had to add to the list of compliments about the new style. I still love to visit the site and see what everyone is up to, but this time it was even better than usual as a lot of the folk I heard from often a few years ago have also felt the need to congratulate you. It was a step back in time... Always a pleasure to see posts from Mr. Walker et al. After all these years it's still a kick to turn up the volume on Patsy's greatest hits (EVERY LITTLE WHISPER THAT SHE RECORDED) late at night in a dark house and let those shivers run up and down my spine until I can feel energy running out of every pore and nerve ending. I read the 'stories' page and I'm stunned at the number of entries - great to see how many people have found the marvel that is (not was) Patsy Cline. Long live the Queen of Country. Take care and keep the Sweet Dream alive, Cath xxx
Cath Simpson <>
Newcastle, England - Monday, June 06, 2005 at 17:37:01 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Cath! Good to hear from you again! It's been a while... /Per
Hello all,
I'm glad everyone likes the pictures that Per put on the web site and want to say thanks again, Per. I thought the fans would enjoy seeing some personal items from Mom Hensley. She was so nice to us on our visit with her and I'll always have those special memories of her. She was a truly talented and creative woman. You can also go to CD Universe's web site @ and preorder your copy of "Patsy Cline - Sweet Dreams Still" for $13.99 plus shipping. Patsy Forever.
Troyce Hendricks <>
Minden, La USA - Monday, June 06, 2005 at 04:15:22 (CEST)
Howdy ya all! Justed wanted to check in, and say hello! Also I preordered my copy of the Patsy DVD from Amazon. They have a good price on this, at around 15.00 dollars. With shipping it comes to around 18.00 dollars. As confirmed by Jimmy Walker, this DVD will offer 13 performances, uncut, with no talking over. Also 2 of them will be new unreleased versions, with one of them being a duet with slim wilson. We all need to thank those involved on this project, including Charlie Dick! It's been a long time coming, and we as fans deserve this collection. Take care everyone!
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, PA USA - Saturday, June 04, 2005 at 23:03:17 (CEST)
Here's a link that works to pull up the info. Mark mentioned:

Click here

Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Friday, June 03, 2005 at 21:07:15 (CEST)

Love the way you changed the site, Per!
Robyn Jones
Syracuse, NY USA - Friday, June 03, 2005 at 20:10:19 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Robyn! /Per
Except for the glaring mistake in song release chronology... the link included below is a great press release to go along with the PBS Documentary. Enjoy.

Mark Willix <>
Rockmart, GA USA - Friday, June 03, 2005 at 17:36:29 (CEST)
Comment: That link doesn't seem to work, Mark. Do you have another? :-) /Per

WOW... Those costumes from "Sweet Dreams" are really cool. I am confused though. That outfit that is said to be the one that JL wore in the opening scenes, or at least part of it, used to be in the country music in the movies section at the old Country Music Hall of Fame. I wonder how it got where it is. Also, that makes me wonder what happened to Sissy Spacek's script from "Coal Miner's Daughter". It seems I have seen it in the new Hall of Fame. But I could have been mistaken. It was also part of the movie section as well as the red and white polka-dot dress that actually was Loretta's. Hmmm... Sure would be nice if CPC could get at least one of these items.
Mark Willix <>
Rockmart, GA USA - Friday, June 03, 2005 at 13:33:51 (CEST)
Hi Per and all! Here's a neat link:, an online store that specializes in Celebrity Clothing. And WHAT is that under the Jessica Lange page? It's the dress worn by Jessica as Patsy in the opening scenes of the film "Sweet Dreams"! Some of the items from the ensemble have been sold, others haven't.

A few years ago, I bought the coat that Lange (as Cline) wears home to find Charlie having a party at the new house in the film. I bought it from a certified dealer in Orlando - also for sale was the rhinestone/chiffon dress that Lange wears in the final scene singing "Sweet Dreams", but I couldn't afford its $750 price tag then! Of course, now the dress has found its way to the Loretta Lynn Museum in Nashville. Unfortunately, I no longer have the coat, as I sold it when I needed money. It was certified by Karel Reisz, the film's producer. I wish I still had it for Patsy's museum!

God Bless you all! Take care!
Jared Vaughn <Jared Vaughn81@AOL.COM>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Friday, June 03, 2005 at 09:40:39 (CEST)
Margo, love your pictures! I am a dog lover, and so glad there are people like you. I'm also a huge fan of the great Patsy Cline. Good luck with your career!
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, Nc - Friday, June 03, 2005 at 07:28:52 (CEST)
My name is Margo Bernard. I am a lover of Patsy Cline and I am a singer of her songs. In 1963, when Patsy was killed in an aircrash, my singing partner was killed in a carcrash. 43 years later (I am now 60 yrs old) I have started singing again... Patsy Cline songs. I recently performed at Brisbane City Club and sang Patsy's "I Fall To Pieces", "Sweet Dreams" & "Crazy". I received a standing ovation! My audience was crying! I was crying on stage... it was "Margo Sings Patsy Cline Show". I have now written my first song and have recorded it at a recording studio. It is called the "Miracle of Love"... I am sending it to Sony Music. I have all the Cline Classics and now my show coordinator is organizing our next show "MARGO SINGS PATSY CLINE SHOW". Just like Patsy I am a country girl, a farmer's daughter, and just like Patsy I used to sing for my family when I was only 4 years. We were a country music family with my mother playing for the local country music dances. Taught singing and music like her, I never knew one note from the other, I sing by ear only.

I am a brown eyed brunette 5'5" and I can be seen by visiting my website There will never be another Patsy Cline, she was our Country Music Queen.

As a former Model I guess I got a lot of compliments but the greatest compliment of all was when my audience stood to their feet with tears streaming down their faces and said "Margo, you sound just like Patsy!". Alone in my home with her records and photos as I practice her songs, I look up and say "Patsy I hope you approve. I want to help keep your memory alive by paying you the greatest compliment of all... singing your songs... just the way you sang them. Forever I will cherish my "Sweet Dreams of You".
Margo Bernard <>
Queensland, Australia - Thursday, June 02, 2005 at 08:18:42 (CEST)

Per, thanks for the sharing the photos from Troyce. I had not seen the pose of Patsy that she gave her mother. I have a couple alt. takes from that shoot.

I would like to remind anyone attending Fan Fest in Nashville next week to look for the CPC booth. The booth seems to be manned from 10-4. Stop by and show your support of a future Patsy Cline museum.

Always Jimmy Walker
Jimmy W <>
Wednesday, June 01, 2005 at 23:35:21 (CEST)
Wow Per, the new oil pics are really great. Thanks for sharing! Take care, Sean
Sean <>
Music City, Tn USA - Wednesday, June 01, 2005 at 02:35:29 (CEST)
WOW Per. What a great treasure these photos are. A very rare glimpse into the life of Hilda. Thanks to those for giving permission to post them and thanks Per for posting them.
Mark Willix <>
Rockmart, GA USA - Wednesday, June 01, 2005 at 01:28:39 (CEST)
I have added six photos taken in 1994 at Hilda Hensley's home, to the Places section. The photos were taken with Hilda's consent, by Troyce Hendricks, and they show Gold and Platinum records, an award that Patsy received during her lifetime, two oil paintings of Patsy, and a picture of herself that Patsy gave to her mother. The photos are shown with permission from Troyce, and Julie has also been consulted. Click here to see them.
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Tuesday, May 31, 2005 at 20:34:02 (CEST)

Per, what a wonderful surprise with the new look. An update was in order, I guess, and you went all out. Thanks for the great work online you do.

Jimmy Walker <>
Monday, May 30, 2005 at 01:43:34 (CEST)
I have to agree with everyone else here, the site looks fantastic! I have been visiting this site since its beginning way back when, and have loved it ever since. Per, you've done a great job here! Keep up the great work! And to everyone, how about that new DVD coming out, ain't it a hoot! We have been waitng, and waiting for this for so long, I can't believe it's actually happening. I would also like to say a big hello to Lisa Flood, rememeber me? And a big hello to Jimmy Walker, howdy hoss.
Take care ya all...
Shane Collins <>
Williamsport, PA USA - Sunday, May 29, 2005 at 18:41:20 (CEST)
LORD HOSS! Break out the chiffon, gold lame, spiked heels, floor length gowns, wigs and costume jewelry! Patsy hasn't seen such a makeover since her own in 1962 - the website looks FANTASTIC, Per! Per's gone all cosmopolitan on us for our classy queen of country! This site makes me so proud and I know it makes Patsy's family proud to see she is remembered online in such a respectful, informative and absolutely brillant way. Here's to the hoss there ain't no stoppin - a Patsy fan, our friend Per Jonsson! God Bless You, Per! Jared
Jared Vaughn <JaredVaughn81@AOL.COM>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Sunday, May 29, 2005 at 09:42:07 (CEST)
Wow, Jared, that sure was some praising! Thanks a lot! /Per
Hi Per... WOW... LOVE THE NEW LOOK here... KUDOS on a job well done...
Just wondering if you've heard any recent news about Erica Dawn and if her site still exists? I've not heard from her personally in a few yrs, a Xmas card was sent back to me I had sent, so I'm assuming she moved. If you hear of anything, let me know...
Thankyou....Jacki :)
PS>>>>> Hi to Annie and Norm !!!!!!
Jacki <>
CANADA - Sunday, May 29, 2005 at 07:37:41 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks for liking the new look, Jacki! Regarding Erica Dawn, I was in contact with her last summer (2004), and then she had started singing in a classic rock cover band. I have put up some pictures from a gig with the band. Click here to see them! Jacki, I will e-mail you the latest e-mail address of Erica's that I have. Hopefully you will be able to contact her at that address. /Per
Listening to the Opry and Mandy Barnett just sang "Crazy" and now shes singing "San Antonio Rose". As usual she is doing a great job... Hey to all. Wade
Wade Settle <>
Nashville, TN - Sunday, May 29, 2005 at 02:55:31 (CEST)
Hi Per, Luv the new look! I think Patsy would have loved it too. I got up this mornin' and played my Patsy Live at the Opry LP. I hope everyone has a copy of it, nothin' better than tea and Miss Cline in the mornin'. I have been watching the PBS special, wow - a few pic's were new to me! Anyway, take care and the nice fresh look is great. Sean
Sean <>
Music City USA, TN US - Saturday, May 28, 2005 at 17:35:50 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Sean! And yes, I have a copy of that album, but on CD... I would prefer to have it on vinyl, of course, since the sound is better, but you can't have everything, I guess... We audiophiles prefer vinyl... :-) /Per
Per, the site looks fantastic! Thanks for all the thought and hard work that goes into this great site. We fans of Patsy really enjoy checking you pages for information and comments.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Saturday, May 28, 2005 at 17:21:38 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Pam! /Per
Per, I like the the new look you've given the site. The frame feature makes it easier than ever to get around. Nice job!
SueBee <>
NY - Saturday, May 28, 2005 at 00:10:18 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, SueBee! I'm glad you like it! /Per
Per, congrats on the new look. The site is incredible. Very slick.
Mark Willix <>
Rockmart, GA USA - Friday, May 27, 2005 at 16:34:59 (CEST)
Comment: Thank you very much, Mark! I appreciate it! /Per
Hi all! I just have a short question, I was wondering if someone could help me out with... My grandfather Died in 1965, his name was Harvey Pennington, but his stage name was Slim Ryhne Heart... (this is what my dad told me when I was just a little girl) since I havent spoken to my father in over 10 years, I just wondered if my grandfather really did play backup guitar for Miss Patsy, I researched and researched, and can't find his name anywhere, but am not wiling to give up... So I decided to ask a pro... I hope that you can help me!
Martha James <>
Portland, OR Multinoma - Thursday, May 26, 2005 at 23:24:17 (CEST)
Someone wrote an entry in the forum during the night (Swedish time), and that entry has accidentally been deleted by me. I don't know who wrote it, because I only saw that the file had been changed, and a while later I managed to delete it... So I had to restore the file from yesterday's backup. So whoever you are, you must write your entry again. Sorry...
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Thursday, May 26, 2005 at 18:18:18 (CEST)

"Sweet Dreams Still" is the DVD we've been waiting for: COMPLETE unedited clips of Miss Patsy. Songs performed include "A Church, A Courtroom and Then Goodbye", "Walking After Midnight", "I Fall To Pieces" and "San Antonio Rose". The IFTP and SAR clips are from Patsy's final TV appearanced, filmed in Nashville the week before the plane crash.

If you can't wait until September 27, the special will be broadcast on PBS stations around the country in the next few weeks. An airtime schedule, courtey of Legacy, Inc., is posted on my website in The Cline Chronicle. A link is posted in the news section.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Monday, May 23, 2005 at 21:08:00 (CEST)
Patsy Cline: Sweet Dreams Still - The Anthology - DVD Release Date: 9/27/2005 At Best Buy!!! This is the PBS special that ran last week. Take care, Sean
Sean <>
Nashville, TN USA - Saturday, May 21, 2005 at 23:47:48 (CEST)
Jimmy, I too have seen that pic of Patsy and Charlie by the pool. It's too funny. Patsy all made up and looking glamorous just to go swimming. It's probably one of my favorite pics of her. Mark
Mark Willix <>
Rockmart, GA USA - Saturday, May 21, 2005 at 14:25:21 (CEST)
Yes, Sean, Patsy did go to Deland, Fl for a screen test. I don't recall the exact details but there is some info in one of the bio's. I do recall she never got paid but they had fun and got some sun. I have seen a picture of Patsy and Dottie down there. Charlie has shown me a photo of him and Patsy poising at the pool in their swim attaire. Imagine Patsy with her red lipstick and big sunglasses -- Nashville at it's finest!

Have a great summer....

Jimmy W.
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, ky - Thursday, May 19, 2005 at 23:29:09 (CEST)
Hi Patsy Cline Fan Friends,
My tribute to Patsy Cline every month. I'm still impersonator for her. I love doing it. We have lots of fun. One Friday night, I did all Patsy Cline songs. The next Friday, people were coming over & saying, "will you do 'Crazy' for me?" Patsy Cline is still alive. People love her & her music. In the movie "SWeet Dreams" I like when the song was sang, "Blue Moon Of Kentucky". I love that alot & "She's Got You". I like them all but wish I had her deep voice. She is so pretty, too. When I go shopping, I try to buy the clothes that I know I will be singing for Patsy Cline. I love dressing like her. I get a lot of good comments. People tell me I look like her. It's getting close to my vacation, I always go to Winchester. We have fun there. We go to Grant's Drug Store, Rainbow Inn, Grave, Patsy Home on Kent St. & other places. I just feel so close to her there & especially at her house on Kent St. I just have to stand on her porch. My friend takes pictures of me there. I wish I could go in & have knotted at door but no one answers. Hope they never call "law". What people won't do, when they love someone! Talk to you'll next month. And just kidding, I'm not "Crazyyyy".Your fan friend, Jacqueline /Inpersonator
Rocky Mount, Va - Tuesday, May 17, 2005 at 16:43:59 (CEST)
Hi to Per and everyone. I am here anxiously awaiting the Patsy Cline documentary to air on PBS. I finally have a computer, and enjoy this site and Lisa's more and more. Last summer I finally picked up a stereo copy of "The Patsy Cline Story" on Decca, and I find that cover photo to be so captivating, like she's really looking at me. I do have one question tho, not really Patsy related, but do they still have the Dottie West Memorial in McMinville? Anyways, have a great day, and hi to Julie, Randy and Charlie. Wade
Wade Settle <>
Nashville, TN USA - Tuesday, May 17, 2005 at 02:55:53 (CEST)
I love Patsy Cline! She is the best singer ever! I love her and I'm only 12! Who else knows the song "Walkin' after midnight" by heart without even having to listen to Patsy? Thanx! Melony Neal
Stardust <blackismagik05@hotmail,com>
Shelton, WA USA - Tuesday, May 17, 2005 at 00:18:03 (CEST)
Hi Per, I was on and was reading about Patsy. Under the chat section, it was said that Patsy did a movie/screen test, but nothing ever came out of it... is this true? Hope you are well-
Sean <>
Nashville, Tn US - Sunday, May 15, 2005 at 21:01:18 (CEST)
I've been a fan of Patsy's music for years. My parents got me interested in country music as a child, and I think what piqued my intrest in Patsy was when my mother informed me that I was born the day after she died. Now, I've always felt that, when a person dies, another is born to take their place. Forgive me for sounding a bit egotistical, but sometimes I feel like I was born on March 6, 1963 to take Patsy's place in this world. That doesn't mean that I believe that I'm as great a singer as Patsy was, but I do love to sing country music, I have done some recording and singing professionally, and truly love to hear Patsy's music on the radio and my CD player. I only wish I could sing her music--I'm not in her range.

Anyway, I just wanted to say "Hi" and check out some info on Patsy. Thanks for letting me be a part of this forum.
Dave Verbanac <>
Hartford, WI USA - Sunday, May 15, 2005 at 16:11:01 (CEST)

Hi all! Just wanted to let you all know of my latest "Online Patsy Discovery." There has been an EXCELLENT website launched on Dottie West (www.DottieWest.Net) that features an excellent page on Patsy, concerning her close friendship with Dottie. The greatest find? There's a RARE photo of Patsy & Dottie in Florida - Absolutley BEAUTIFUL! Now I've seen just about every Patsy photo published - NEVER saw this till now! Check it out and also visit more of the Dottie West site. The webmaster has done an excellent job. Like Per, this guy is in a class all his own! Check it out! God Bless You All! Jared
Jared Vaughn <JaredVaughn81@AOL.COM>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Sunday, May 15, 2005 at 00:01:19 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Jared! /Per
I'm only thirteen but I have at least ten Patsy records.
Rob Byron <>
Oakley, Ca United States - Friday, May 13, 2005 at 03:48:34 (CEST)
From Bill Cox: Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. has released a Public Service Announcement promoting its efforts in Winchester. The ad will run on Radio Stations in the Nashville area during the CMA Music Fest. Click here to listen!
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Thursday, May 12, 2005 at 18:04:07 (CEST)

Hi Everyone! I was looking up information about Patsy Cline and found this forum. I live right across the street from 815 Nella Drive (Patsy's last home). We have tour buses that come by quite often, sometimes they ask for tours, mostly they just want to take pictures, though. It is occupied by "normal" folks, though, who usually don't open the home to groups. I think it's a really cool piece of musical history to see.
Courtney <>
Goodlettsville, TN - Thursday, May 12, 2005 at 15:09:33 (CEST)
Hi Per, it's been a long time since I've written here. I wanted to comment on the Patsy rose. The person that inquired about the Rose most recently was in fact my roommate Jeff. He surprised me with the roses this week. They will make a great addition to my home landscape. I can attest that the nursery you mentioned is in Canada and they do ship to the US and the prices are very reasonable. My roses arrived in great shape and already have new growth on them. I have opted to plant them in containers for this first season because I'm not yet ready to put them into my landscape. I will plan on transplanting them next spring and will try to provide updates on their progress. But if you are looking for the roses, Vesey's has them. I hope everyone is well.
Mark Willix <>
Rockmart, GA USA - Wednesday, May 11, 2005 at 15:23:11 (CEST)
Comment: Good to hear from you again, Mark! /Per
To Patsy Cline Fans in the Louisville KY Area
CenterStage Theatre presents...
Melissa Kenney Shepherd Sings: Patsy Cline A Life in Concert
Two-step along with Melissa Kenney Shepherd as she pays musical tribute to the short but memorable career of country legend, Patsy Cline.
September 1418, 2005.
Please call 502-238-2720 for information and reservations!
CenterStage Theatre <>
Louisville, KY USA - Tuesday, May 10, 2005 at 15:56:59 (CEST)
Hi everyone, I wanted to let everyone know that there might be a new special about Patsy on PBS in the US. Airing on the 16th of May. This is posted for Nashville, TN at 8pm central in stereo/1 hr. I know listings are different for every city, so check it out. Maybe this is the same special that the UK did, just a different name? Hope all is well-
Sean <>
Nashville, TN USA - Sunday, May 08, 2005 at 15:20:21 (CEST)
Hi, I'm looking for a fanclub of Patsy Cline, who send letters to fans. Because a colleague of mine is absolutely Patsy fan but don't have a PC (he is over the 50!!). Can anybody help me out?
Alexander <>
Saturday, May 07, 2005 at 21:04:24 (CEST)
From Philip Martin, President of Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc.:

"Due to some logistical problems beyond our control, we have to cancel the contest that was scheduled in Nashville during the CMA Festival.

Sorry for the cancellation. Vocalists that submitted applications with the entry fee will receive refunds. Please call 1-888-608-2726, or e-mail to request a refund."

Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Friday, May 06, 2005 at 06:21:12 (CEST)

Could you send me some pictures of Patsy and some words to her songs. I love Pasty Cline, she is awesome. My favorite singer. Does she have more songs? Thank u
Linda Wooten <>
Independence, Mo USA - Thursday, May 05, 2005 at 06:28:17 (CEST)
Comment: You can find lyrics to Patsy's songs at Patsified. Click here! /Per
I'm getting all emotional... no really... over in the UK. Having a cuppa tea. I'm 31, boy-friendless... and it's ridiculous AND I've just given up the smokes... but I've got Patsy! Yeah!?..... PATSY! ... heartaches... heartaches...
Paulie <>
UK - Tuesday, May 03, 2005 at 02:47:00 (CEST)
I'm only 16. But I have been a fan of Patsy's nearly all my life. Her music really touches the heart. I love his site and enjoyed reading alot more about her life.
Mat <>
Friday, April 22, 2005 at 01:25:35 (CEST)
From time to time I get questions about where it is possible to find the Patsy Cline Hybrid Tea Rose, and I never seem to be able to answer that question. However, one of the persons who asked that question recently, has been able to locate a site where it is sold. The site is, and if you click here you will get directly to the appropriate page. The rose seems to be new in their assortment, so I hope they can deliver...
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Tuesday, April 19, 2005 at 17:36:13 (CEST)

These satellite images of Patsy locations might be of interest to some here. This free technology isn't as good as the subscriber based services. But some of their images are quite amazing. Click here.
ICanSeeAnAngel1961 <>
Sunday, April 17, 2005 at 22:21:55 (CEST)
Hi, I guess I am a new fan to the music of Patsy Cline. A newbie they call it on the internet. Anyway, I was raised in Australia and my Dad played Patsy as I was growing up. Naturally, I rebelled against anything my parents put forth and my first music infatuation was for Punk. I still listen to a derivation of that music called improvised noise with a leaning towards free jazz. However, since my early thirtes I have rediscovered Patsy and find her voice a refreshing challenge to modern life. I am interested in knowing about her life, contributors, musicians. I don't have any specific questions right now, but would like to know more about her career, collaberators, musicians etcetera. I know I could find all this on the net but don't have the attention span nor inclination for delving through 'information'. I guess I just want to express my gratitude for her music, her voice and would like to involve myself in celebrating my rediscovery. Thanks
Lang Doust <>
Kobe, Japan - Friday, April 15, 2005 at 14:48:15 (CEST)
Hey Per, I have a question. Besides the live/radio show recordings, are the following 10 songs not on the 4 cd box set: "Hidin' out", "I cried all the way to the altar", "Dear God", "He will do for you", "Fingerprints", "A stranger in my arms", "Ain't no wheels on this ship", "Stop the world and let me off", "Walkin' dream", and "Cry not for me"? Hope all is well- Sean
Sean <>
USA - Tuesday, April 12, 2005 at 21:15:35 (CEST)
Comment: Yes, that is correct, and in addition, also the remakes of "I don't wanta" and "Come on in". /Per
News from former Loretta Lynn Fan Club Pres. Rick Cornett...

Loretta just received the white gown, shoes and broach that Jessica Lange wore in "Sweet Dreams". It will be going in her museum soon.

I have added a link to Loretta's website.

Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky USA - Wednesday, April 06, 2005 at 16:08:50 (CEST)
Hi Per. I was wondering how one would start a website for PATSY? What about copyright laws? Should one call Mr. Dick? I love your site! I have stopped by your site for many yrs. Thanks for all you do -
Sean <>
Nashville, Tn USA - Tuesday, April 05, 2005 at 05:01:45 (CEST)
Hi Patsy Cline Fan Friends,
I open up Fan Forum everyday to see what is going on about our friend Patsy Cline. I just love to read to see what is going on about Patsy Cline and that everyone is doing their best for her. I want to thank "Linda" at Ramney, WV, for telling me about karaoke at "Rainbow" on Sundays and around Winchester and Martinsburg. I always base my vacations around coming to Winchester. I just feel closer to Patsy Cline when I'm there. On week-ends, I do impersonator for her. And love it. The lady in Huntington, WV "R.B.Gold" was asking about a CD for her daughter, "Walking After Midnight". I always get my at"Pro Sing" at 12555 Enterprise Blvd. #102--Largo, Fl. 33773 --- 1-800-pro-sing. I hope this will help. Til next month Fan Friends, talk to you'll again. Thanks to "Linda" for singing for Patsy Cline, too. Love you'll,
Jacqueline / impersonator
Rocky Mount, Va.
Rocky Mount, Va - Tuesday, April 05, 2005 at 01:39:56 (CEST)
The following is a Message From Philip Martin, President of Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc:


I want to announce that an effort has been underway in the past 2 weeks to get a Virginia Historical Highway Marker approved and installed in front of 608 South Kent Street. We have an opportunity to expedite what can often be a lengthy process and have gotten tentative approval already. I submitted the package earlier today to the Dept of Historic Resources. The response was extremely positive and nothing should impede its approval according to the Director of the Historical Highway Marker Program. The committee will convene to vote in April and by June 1 we will have the final approval after which the order goes to the foundry. What can take 4-6 months at the foundry is also being expedited because of the Labor Day weekend festivities. I envision a well publicized media event with a formal unveiling ceremony and reception following for sponsors who contribute at least $100.

The Marker is to be installed the last week of August by VDOT. I have prepared a mailing announcement to be sent out in June to a wide audience soliciting other sponsors to include organizations, businesses, and individuals. A plaque depicting the names will be displayed in the house.


A challenge has been issued to raise funds for the Marker's installation. If you wish to contribute, send your donation to:

Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc.
P.O. Box 3900
Winchester, Virginia 22604

Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Monday, April 04, 2005 at 21:45:39 (CEST)
I am a big fan of Patsy and I love, love, love her music. I was wondering if anyone could give me more information about Patsy Cline Days during Labor Day weekend. I would love to get out there, but I am from Colorado so I have to do some preparing in order to get out there. All the help is greatly appreciated.
Jessica <>
Greeley, Co USA - Monday, April 04, 2005 at 07:21:28 (CEST)
Hello... My middle-school-age daughter loves Patsy's songs and does well singing along with most of them. Her school is presenting an "American Idol" style talent competition and she has chosen "Walkin' After Midnight" as her song. The school won't allow music that includes a lead vocalist. She has recordings of both the 1956 version and the 1961 version but she prefers the early version. She has several karaoke CD+G disks with "Walkin'" but the songlists don't state which version it is so we have several with the later version and none with the early version. Can anyone tell me the title and publisher of a karaoke CD that has the 1956 version? It doesn't matter if has on-screen lyrics because she knows the words and the melody by heart. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
R.B. Gold <>
Huntington, WV - Monday, April 04, 2005 at 06:58:03 (CEST)
Here is a link to Rick Armentrout's website. He will be doing a lot of the things mentioned in Nashville now. He has the radio show previously mentioned. He is a long time friend of mine and recorded some songs that I wrote.
Linda Cunningham <>
Romney, WV - Saturday, April 02, 2005 at 23:20:10 (CEST)
Formerly of Winchester...
Jacqueline, Rainbow Road has Karaoke on Sunday evenings if enough people show up. There are many many places in and around Winchester to sing. There is always someone singing Patsy songs. Myself for one. I have done many tribute shows at faurs, etc. I recently moved out of Winchester, but still go there to sing. Down Rt 81 (I take 11 N) toward Martinsburg there are many karaoke places.
Also in Martinsburg. Just start in Winchester, go out rt 11 N and stop at all the places along the route. A lot of people got discouraged at Rainbow because of the DJ so it is not crowded anymore. Maybe for their dances on weekend nights, but not karaoke.
Linda <>
Romney, WV USA - Saturday, April 02, 2005 at 23:16:10 (CEST)
News from Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc.:

On June 9-10, 2005, Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. is sponsoring a Sing-A-Like contest to be held on stage in the Nashville Hard Rock Café parking lot. This event will be held during the days of the CMA Music Festival with radio coverage and celebrity judges.

We are seeking folks who think they can sing like Patsy Cline.

Applications can be obtained by calling toll free 1-888-608-2726, or e-mailing Entry fee is $30.00 per contestant with proceeds going to Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. Museum Fund. There will be two categories youth (17 and under) and adult. Contestants are asked to sing one Patsy song.

Prelims will be held Thursday, and Friday, June 9-10th. Music will be provided by live bands during performances each day.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Saturday, April 02, 2005 at 21:49:55 (CEST)
Just to let everyone know, if you go to Webshots website, there is a lovely picture of Patsy that I had not seen before. It is from the late 50's, and Patsy is in full cowgirl attire. She is standing with someones Aunt, who submitted the pic. It is a great picture of Patsy!
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Thursday, March 31, 2005 at 05:17:12 (CEST)
Can anybody help with the original singer of "Always". Was it Patsy?
Ever hopeful <>
UK - Wednesday, March 30, 2005 at 17:39:35 (CEST)
Comment: Oh no. "Always" was recorded by approx. 25 different artists, both vocal and instrumental, before Patsy recorded it in 1963. Irving Berlin wrote the song as early as 1925, and as far as I can gather, the first to record it was Josephine Baker in 1926. After that it was recorded by great names like Benny Goodman, Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald and others. /Per
Hi Patsy Cline Fan Friends,
I'm back again to make a tribute to Patsy. I'm going out tonight to do karaoke. I'm a impersonator for her. I do alot of them but some of the older guys like "Blue Moon Of Kentucky". I love them all. I just wish I could sing exactly like her but there will "never" be a Patsy Cline. I do my best for her. I'm going to see if someone in Winchester will let me put my picture on the web so I can let you'll meet me. Does anyone know how I can do this? I always go to Winchester, Va for vacation & visit. I put a rose on her grave. I visit all around town, visiting her house, Gaunt's Drug Store, they are really nice, there. Rainbow Inn, I have a drink there 77. I haven't gotten to sing there at Rainbow Inn. They have karaoke a certain time. Well friends, I get back with you'll next month. Let's keep Patsy Cline going like stars, today. Love you'll,
Rocky Mount, Va.
Rocky Mount, Va - Friday, March 25, 2005 at 20:15:57 (CET)
There is a beautiful color photo of Patsy located on Sonny James' website. The caption says that it was taken in 1963 not long before her death. Thought all her fans might enjoy seeing it:

Click here!

Ken C. <>
Mt. Airy, MD USA - Thursday, March 24, 2005 at 15:53:36 (CET)
Howdy Gang!

We have some exciting news from CPC. We had our latest board meeting last week, and are rarin' to go! Most of you know that the CMA Fest (formerly known as the Fan Fair) takes place each year in Nashville. Well, this year it will run from June 9-12, and CPC IS having a booth there for Patsy!

CPC is under new leadership, and Phil Martin is a shot in the arm for sure! He is a wealth of energy, knowledge, and has a real passion for Patsy. He is for real, gang, and he understands the urgency of getting this museum off the ground. So, here's the deal:

We are having a booth to sell Rt. 11 Chip Tins, and Patsy books to raise more money for the musuem and preservation of the items previously obtained through the estate auctions. We also plan to sign people up to become donors and friends of CPC. I have the honor of being the Project Manager for this, since I live here in Nashville. I need your help to man this booth. Here is a chance for us to do something for Patsy that won't cost much more than our time. I am putting together a schedule of folks for the booth, and any time that anyone can give will be greatly appreciated.

Please feel free to email me at to sign up for time, or if you have any questions. This effort is for real, and we are putting CPC out there where folks can see it, and act to help. I know firsthand that there is frustration and fatigue out there with all of this, and in the past, it may have seemed like there was a lot of talk and no action. Well, y'all those days are over. We have some real momentum, and hope to hear from any of you who can lend a hand.

Come on in, we're gonna have a ball!!!
Theresa <>
Nashville, T USA - Wednesday, March 23, 2005 at 23:07:01 (CET)
Hi Per, I have a question... Why is the green photo session not called the blue photo session? You have the best site! Take care, Sean
Sean <>
Nashville, Tn USA - Sunday, March 13, 2005 at 22:14:55 (CET)
Comment: Thanks, Sean! I don't really know... Is it blue? Maybe I am color blind... :-)
(June 3, 2005: I have now changed it from "green" to "blue"). /Per

Hello, I am 45, I have two sons, 5 yrs and 2 yrs. I play Patsy's songs and my sons sing along with me. I just wanted all the great people and Mrs Cline to thank y'all. She will be loved always. She will be part of my grandkids also.
With all of our love,
Jacobs family
Richard Jacobs <>
Blanket, Tx Brown - Sunday, March 13, 2005 at 20:57:29 (CET)
Hi everyone, I need to talk about something that is really bothering me. This past weekend I went to Nashville and while I was there I took a little drive to Camden and saw the plane crash site. I was very upset when I saw the amount of vandalism that has taken place. It's ok to write nice notes to Patsy, but there were alot of not so nice things written there too. Also people were writing on the glass covering of that stand, and preventing me from being able to read most of the articles that are on display. To make matters worse, as I walked up to the rock memorial there was writing on that too.

I'm glad that people write notes to her because I truly believe that Patsy knows how much she is in our hearts and how much we think about her everyday, but there is a place for everything. If you're going to leave Patsy a note, please do it in the appropriate place. Thank you all, and I hope that if anyone goes to the plane crash site and you see anything bad written, that you will cross it out just like I did when I saw the comment "f*** Patsy" written there. I didn't want to repeat that but I really want to get the point across about what kinds of things are being written, and this comment was not the only one of its kind. We all love Patsy and should do our part to protect her honor and legacy. Thank you all very much and always keep our Patsy in your thoughts and heart and prayers.
Carrie <>
Winchester, Va - Wednesday, March 09, 2005 at 23:22:55 (CET)

I have never seen nor heard of any Patsy Cline websights before. Grew up 40 miles from Winchester, my parents were from New England and never really heard any "country" music. But somehow my dad heard of Patsy Cline and even though very young, he took me to some of the Jimmy Dean Shows and I loved her voice.

Even now I have Patsy Cline tapes and CD's. Lord how that lady could sing. On a Summer night with the rain hitting the house roof, sitting with my window open (no ac back in most VA homes in the 50's and 60's) and listening in the dark to Patsy sing, I could feel every feeling as I thought about life.

Now I am much older, and still am haunted by some quality in her voice, that just gets in your gut. That is the only way to describe. Patsy and Roy Orbison are the only two singers that get to my soul that way.

Don't have many tapes and don't have many CD's, but her voice is my favorite. It is amazing after all these years to hear that lots of other people still enjoy and listen to Patsy Cline. Even though I still live within 7 miles of where I was born I did not know she was buried down the way in Winchester.

In any case, wanted to say, what I had to say. Patsy Cline, to this day, sings those songs like no one else!
Beth Miller <>
Vienna, VA USA - Sunday, March 06, 2005 at 07:57:26 (CET)

Remembering the Great Patsy Cline today! Her music is still incredible after all the years. She was and is the greatest female voice. Thank you for this site honoring her.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Saturday, March 05, 2005 at 12:21:08 (CET)
Wow, it's almost that time again. Two more days and it will be the 42nd year that she has been gone. Wow, time does fly.
Robyn Jones
Syracuse, NY Usa - Thursday, March 03, 2005 at 17:15:25 (CET)
Just a follow-up to my previous post. WSM will be doing a tribute tonight. The following is from the Classic Country newsgroup:

Eddie Stubbs will be doing his Cowboy Copas, Hawkshaw Hawkins, & Patsy Cline tribute show. If you're not in the Nashville area you can tune in online at or if you have it, you can also listen on Sirius Satellite radio.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Thursday, March 03, 2005 at 16:11:58 (CET)

WSM probably won't do a tribute this year, unless they do it on Sunday morning. With March 5 falling on Saturday this year, WSM's programming schedule is already filled by the regular broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Thursday, March 03, 2005 at 05:54:05 (CET)
Really like Patsy's songs, would have loved to hear a Christmas song by her, as Jim Reeves old xmas card. I see she did something about turning the cards... an "I dont wanta", I can change to "I dont santa"....az09... Listening to her music is like travelling back in time... Her "Crazy" and Jim's "I guess I'm crazy" I always sing to myself when we are mowing our lawns. Seems Patsy always wins out cause I side with her cause I dont have any of her Christmas songs, but I have Jim's and santas northpole sights have some of her unknown stuff... Well, just cant say enough stooges an rascals fun fun fun you Patsy...
Ray <>
Orleans, Vt USA - Wednesday, March 02, 2005 at 14:40:00 (CET)
Does anyone know if WSM will be having a tribute to Patsy this week, since the anniversary of her death is nearing? I looked on the website and could not find information. Very possible that I might have not looked in the right places.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Monday, February 28, 2005 at 15:41:05 (CET)
I got an e-mail from a record shop in Holland, asking that I'd link to them, because they have a lot of Patsy Cline records. I have checked them out, and they sure do! They have a lot, both vinyl and CD. And they also have a lot of Loretta Lynn records, and also some Mandy Barnett records, even two vinyl singles with Mandy when I did my search... Click here to go to their site.
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Saturday, February 26, 2005 at 12:20:02 (CET)

I am a very big fan of Patsy Cline, and although have never experienced her live, I do have a few of her CDs. I wanted to enquire if you could let me know of any biographies which I would be able to purchase. Also, could you please inform me if there is any memorabilia which you sell, such as tea cups or t-shirts. Many thanks for all your help and I look forward to hearing from you soon. Gianluca Lombardelli.
Gianluca <>
London, England - Wednesday, February 23, 2005 at 15:00:28 (CET)
Comment: You can see the various biographies, including ISBN numbers, here. /Per
Here is some info. on the CD Jimmy mentioned.

MCA Nashville is releasing a 2-CD set on March 1 called "Gold". It's a reissue of "The Ultimate Collection" from 2000. But, the new cover has a previously unpublished picture of Patsy.

Click here to see:

I don't know about you, but WOW!!! comes to mind on this one.

To order your copy of "Gold", click here.

Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Tuesday, February 22, 2005 at 00:06:41 (CET)
Dr. Bill Cox reports on the Patsy Cline forum that MCA will release "Patsy Cline Gold" March 1, with an unpublished photo of Patsy. Preorders can be made at, and you can see this great photo which I published last fall on my site. This a refurbished/remastered "Definitive Patsy Cline".
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky USA - Friday, February 18, 2005 at 00:49:17 (CET)
Valentines Day made me think a lot about the wonderful Patsy Cline! Some critics complain that her love songs were often on the negative side. But heck, I'd rather listen to a sorrowful song from Patsy than some silly ditty or overbearing love ballad commonly heard on the radio these days. Patsy's sad songs even lift me up. That strong, beautiful emotive voice of hers can't be topped! Country music should give her more honor than it does. She took that genre and lifted it to glorious heights. She is my alltime fave singer.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Tuesday, February 15, 2005 at 21:03:01 (CET)
Today being Valentine's Day seems rather appropriate that I felt compelled to write about the beauty of Patsy Cline's music. I am a 39 year old man living just north of Toronto Ontario Canada. I became familiar with Patsy Cline's music some years ago but only very recently made a concious decision to seek out and listen to her collection of songs. I was amazed at how many of Patsy's songs I knew very well but never realized that they belonged to her. It is with this realization that I became focused on finding out more about this wonderful woman. A quest which invariably led me to this web site.

It is not very often that a human being with a voice like Patsy Cline graces our world. In the event that a family member of Patsy Cline reads this comment, I humbly wish to thank Patsy for what she has given us, her fans. Patsy managed to evoke powerful emotions with her beautiful, beautiful voice. Although Patsy Cline has at the time of this writing been dead for some forty years, I can personally attest that her songs still bring both smiles and tears to those who listen to her haunting ballads.

Ironically my mother, who died in 1990, loved Patsy Cline songs and sadly it took me this long to appreciate what my mother loved so much in these songs.
Again my thanks Patsy. God Bless.
Richard Illes <>
Woodbridge, On Canada - Monday, February 14, 2005 at 22:44:22 (CET)

I was born in 1956. I cannot remember the first time that I heard Miss Patsy but I have always love the sound of her voice. I could be driving down the road listening to the radio station and her tremendous voice will start singing and it sends shivers up and down my entire being. Miss Patsy possessed a gift from God. She is an angel on this earth. Anyone who is sad or angry or depressed or happy should pop in a tape of Miss Patsy. Her beautiful voice will bring great joy to life. This God given voice is the most soothing sound that ever was. GOD BLESS PATSY CLINE!!
Arlene <>
Jermyn, PA USA - Monday, February 14, 2005 at 06:04:32 (CET)
Hi Per and All! Just wanted to let you know that in the Feb. 18 issue of Entertainment Weekly, there's an article with the top 10 Greatest Break-Up songs of all time. GUESS who is #1??? Our Patsy Cline with "Crazy"! She's followed with other notables George Jones ("He Stopped Loving Her Today"), Roy Orbison ("Crying"), Carole King ("It's Too Late"), and Bonnie Raitt ("I Can't Make You Love Me")... Just proof again that whether you've got leaving on your mind or have the lovesick blues - you just can't beat Patsy Cline! Rock on! Your Faithful Fellow Fan & Friend, Jared
Jared Vaughn
Spartanburg, SC USA - Sunday, February 13, 2005 at 23:52:50 (CET)
March 5: 42th anniversary of Patsy Cline's Death.
Patsy Cline was the first female solo artist to be elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame. She was, and is, a huge star, even though she died at age 30 and her real stardom only launched three years before her death. Born Virginia Patterson Hensley (the "Cline" is from her first husband, Gerald) on September 8, 1932 in Winchester, Va., Patsy wanted to be an entertainer all her life. She first performed in public at age four, when she won a tap dance contest. Soon, though, she switched to singing, and would sing anywhere and everywhere she could.

She had to quit high school in order to clerk in a drug store to help support her family. In fact, when Roy Acuff offered her a job on his radio show, Patsy decided that she could make more money working in the drug store, so she went back to Winchester. Soon, though, she began appearing on shows like the Old Dominion Barn Dance, the Ozark Jubilee, and The Jimmy Dean Show. Reportedly, Ernest Tubb himself helped her get her first record deal, and there she met Owen Bradley, the producer who would guide her sound for the rest of her career. In fact, Owen says his only problem with Patsy was that she "had such a beautifully silky voice [that] it was hard to get country radio stations to play her records. We did try to rough those records up a little, so that maybe they'd be considered more country."

Patsy's records became classics. In fact, her Greatest Hits album is still a huge seller. But once you hear Patsy sing "Walkin' After Midnight", "I Fall To Pieces" or "Crazy", you cannot forget that voice. The Mar. 5, 1963, plane crash that silenced Patsy also took the lives of Cowboy Copas, Hawkshaw Hawkins and Cline's manager, accompanist Randy Hughes. The plaque on her grave says, "Death cannot kill what never dies". To hear Tom Tripp's tribute to Patsy Cline, please click here.
Tom Tripp <>
KS USA - Saturday, February 12, 2005 at 04:49:51 (CET)

I have been a big fan of Patsy's for years. I was born and raised in Winchester, Patsy's hometown, and I just want to say I am proud to be from Patsy's hometown but I am not so proud of Winchester for the way they have and continue to treat Patsy. They have never truly treated her with the pride that she deserves. She should have a museum there by now among other things! I had the privilege of talking to Mrs Hilda Hensley, her mother, back just before the movie about Patsy was finished, in Martinsburg when I was a contestant in the Patsy Cline talent contest that a local radio station was putting out, and she was so nice to me on the phone, not minding me calling her and asking questions.

I would very much love the honor of speaking with Patsy's daughter Julie, but I can only dream. I have been to Patsy's grave at least 3 times, the last time I was there I put a single red rose there, it is a beautiful park and my nephew and uncle are buried there. I just wish they would take care of it a little better, going back to how Winchester still, in my opinion, doesn't treat her with respect, the respect she so richly deserves. If anyone would like to e-mail me, that is a fan of Patsy like myself, my e-mail is I now live near Bristol, Tennessee, but I get back to Winchester every now and then to visit my family.
Melody Goodman <>
Meadowview, Va USA - Friday, February 11, 2005 at 02:38:55 (CET)

I had the pleasure of seeing the play "The life of Patsy Cline" in Panama City, FL last year. I am 35 yrs old and I tell you her music that she left us with still rangs true today. I love her class and her style. The way Patsy put her heart into her music I just love to sit and listen to it all day.
Sonya Tyler <>
Dayton, Oh United States - Thursday, February 10, 2005 at 02:24:43 (CET)
Hi Per,
So wonderful to read letters from so many new devotees. Hope they all get to the Fan Club Reunion in the fall. It is a warm and wonderful gathering of fans from many places in the world. And we truly have a good time. Showing our love and respect to Patsy is number one in our books. See you there, my Patsy Puppies..OK?
Keep singin',
Love, Anne Armstrong and Norm and family...
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph Ontario, Canada N1E 2A6 - Wednesday, February 09, 2005 at 03:40:20 (CET)
I came across this site by chance while doing a search on Charlie Dick. I am a true Patsy Cline fan in ever sense of the word!!! I collect/cherish all memorabilia I can get my hands on relating to Patsy and was looking for b/w photos of her to finish a collage I am doing for the background of a display. I have been a big fan of her music since I was old enough to throw an 8 track in the deck player ;) But it wasn't until I bought my first computer that I was able to discover the wealth of information available. It was on my first search for a biography on her that I discovered how much of a fan I truly was, even in my unconscience... I had always felt a kinship with her and to say the least was shocked to find out that my 2 daughters birthdates were the same as her birthday and the date of her death.. My 1st daughter was born Sept. 8 and my 2nd daughter was born March 5!!! A true fan even when I didn't know it lol
Anyhow, I am very excited about finding this site and look forward to having an opportunity to discuss Patsy's life with people who love and hold her as dear as I do.
Now back to reading more of these posts.
Sweet Dreams,
Bernie <>
Edmonton, AB Canada - Tuesday, February 08, 2005 at 19:08:11 (CET)
I know alot of you hate the music i create,"hip hop"...
Maybe even the color of my skin! But I was relaxing after a studio session boozed up, if ya know what I mean, and this movie "Sweet Dreams" came on... I watched it in it's entirety... I became intrigued with her life because it wasn't so different from mine. At the time I didn't realize that I have heard her pretty voice a million time's... Never knew her name... As a young black man who is admitting that he is not a fan of country music, I'm writing to all her fans... She is an undeniable talent, and I wish she lived longer to grace us with more of her music. She will be added to my book of great one's that have left us way before her time...
dj mel ski <>
Morristown, NJ United States - Tuesday, February 08, 2005 at 09:54:34 (CET)
I think Patsy is wonderful, NOBODY will ever be able to sing like she did, no matter who or what they do. Thanks, Janet
Janet Black <>
Ringgold, GA USA - Monday, February 07, 2005 at 22:07:32 (CET)
Hey, I just want to say that Patsy is my hero! I think she is the best singer there ever was, and if not for her, there would be no other female country singers. I have a question, if you know if her mother is still alive, give me a way I could get hold of her, because my great grandfather said that I mite be related to her. This may sound farfetched, but I just want to get things strait... And thanks, Patsy, for being such a great lady!!!
Chey <>
Fayetteville, PA - Monday, February 07, 2005 at 01:04:52 (CET)
Comment: I'm sorry, but Patsy's mother Hilda passed away on Dec. 10, 1998. /Per
Hi Patsy Cline Fans,
This is February. In my heart every month, I'm making a tribute to Patsy. I'm an inpersonator for her, I'm going to keep singing her songs to keep her music alive. I go to Winchester, Va. ever year to visit her hometown and to buy her things. I visit her grave and put a yellow rose on It. I even spray It with my cologne. I love her. I wish I could have met her. Regardless Fans, what we do, write about her, buy things "she will never die in my heart". But, if we give, that will keep her going. I request songs on radio of hers. I do it on B-99. I went to Grant's Drug Store and talked to the man there in Winchester, Va. I went to Patsy's home on Kent St. My friend took a picture of me standing on the front porch. I felt Patsy's present in my heart. I bought a book at Grant's Drug Store. He will talk to you'll about Patsy. The girl there, took a picture of us. We went to a little place there to eat breakfast, can't think of name and they had these little jukeboxes on tables and we put money in them for Patsy and I started singing. People applaused for me. I said, "I love her". Talk to you all next month.
Loving Patsy Forever,
Rocky Mount, Va, - Saturday, February 05, 2005 at 18:44:21 (CET)
Hello to all Patsy Cline Fans. I am not sure if any of you have visited Brown County, Indiana before but you need to. There is a theatre there called the Nashville Follies and I am in one of the shows under Brown County Entertainment. The reason I am writing this is because we are putting on a country show that will pay a tribute to the greatest women of country music... and of course... Patsy Cline is one of them. Our first show is April 1st 2005. For more information, go to Whitney <>
Indianapolis, IN USA - Thursday, February 03, 2005 at 18:39:24 (CET)
Hi Per and rest of gang on here... Hope all is well.
I was just wondering, if anyone has heard from Erica Dawn and what she is up to lately... I've tried to email her, but no replies, perhaps I have the wrong email addy for her.
Keep on loving THE CLINE... May she continue to enhance the music world and be a presence in our homes..... Jacki :)
Jacki <>
Canada - Wednesday, February 02, 2005 at 18:47:28 (CET)
Do anyone have any information as to where I may find rare television performances by Patsy in it's entireity? I know that the two documentaries show clips of rare performances, but I am interested in seeing the full performance. One other question I have regarding "The Real Patsy Cline" video documentary, I've noticed that back in late 1989, when it appeared on tv, it was different than the actual video. The performances of "Crazy", "She's Got You", and "So Wrong" were taken out and "Lovesick Blues", "Walking After Midnight", "How Can I Face Tomorrow", and "Come On In" were shown. Anyone with any information regarding the video or knowing where I can get a compilation of her performances is greatly appreciated. I am a true Patsy Cline fan and this information would be great. God Bless
B. J. <>
Ardmore, OK USA - Tuesday, February 01, 2005 at 19:22:01 (CET)
Hello Patsy Fans,
As far as the "Sweet Dreams" movie goes, I'm glad it was made and I think it did alot to spark a renewed interest in Patsy and I encourage everyone to see it, but I wish it would have been more accurate. Mom Hensley said it was a joke! The car wreck Patsy was involved in was a head on, not from the side as portrayed in the movie. Also she and her brother did not go to the liquor store to buy alcohol, but to a fabric shop to buy supplies for Mom Hensley to make Patsy some clothes. These are just to name a few. Also, Charlie said he never hit Patsy. The movie portrays a fighting scene near the end where it shows Charlie beating Patsy. Charlie said they had arguments and disagreements like all couples but never anything like that. So watch it with an open mind and remember that it's not the gospel on Patsy's life but gives us a "rough" idea of the life and times. One thing you don't hear often is that Patsy grew up in the Baptist church singing specials with her mother. She had a love of gospel music. Mom Hensley said one of Patsy's goals in her music career was to make a Gospel album and also a Christmas album, can you imagine what those albums would have been like? Patsy singing "Peace in the Valley" or "White Christmas". That would have been awesome. Patsy Forever,
Troyce Hendricks <>
Minden, LA USA - Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 02:45:37 (CET)
Hello Per & all,
The "Only You" link in one of the messages is most definately NOT Patsy! It is most definately Reba McEntire. It is amazing the things you can find on the net that claim to be Patsy, songs, pictures and other items. You have to be very careful if you're collecting. Glad to see that the forum has picked up again. God bless.
Troyce Hendricks <>
Minden, LA USA - Saturday, January 29, 2005 at 02:30:05 (CET)
Just to let everyone know Walmart is selling the Jessica Lang movie of Patsy Cline. I just finished watching it! It was in the bargin bin for only $5.99. What a bargain! It is a wonderful movie. It moves me to tears everytime I watch it.
Regena Moser <>
Delton, Mi Barry - Tuesday, January 25, 2005 at 20:19:30 (CET)
I have noticed here that people are still seeking copies of the Jessica Lange movie about Patsy, "Sweet Dreams". I just wanted to let you know that Ernest Tubb's record shop in Nashville does still sell the DVD as well as VHS.
Elizabeth <>
Nashville, Tn - Tuesday, January 25, 2005 at 04:02:20 (CET)
This message is for the person looking for the album, "Live at the Cimmarron Ballroom", it's not hard to find, I bought my copy at Wal-Mart. But I also looked it up on ebay, and found it pretty cheap. Anyway, hi Julie, and everyone else.
Carrie <>
Winchester, Va USA - Monday, January 24, 2005 at 19:36:59 (CET)
Robin Aregood and others, Patsy's CD can be bought at any major retailer or record store. Ernest Tubb Records Shops has a 50+ year history of shipping music. Great selection and history and top notch service. Used CD can be found at Ebay.

Here is their email addy ...

Always, Jimmy W
Jimmy Walker <>
Monday, January 24, 2005 at 04:56:21 (CET)
Thank you for this wonderful site on someone too wonderful to forget! I haven't posted in a while, but I regularly check this site on Patsy. The song "Only You" sounds like Reba, but I'm not sure. Too bad Patsy did not record it. She would have nailed it like every other song she sang!
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC - Monday, January 24, 2005 at 00:49:23 (CET)
Hi everyone, I need to talk about Patsy Cline. I love her. I love her voice, style, everthing. I'm an inpersonator for her. I'll never be as good as Patsy but give it a try to keep her music going. I do it in karaoke as my hobby. People tell me I'm good and favor her. I try to do the whole nine yards, red lipstick, outfits, I try to look like her. I love her movie "Sweet dreams". I got her CDs, karaoke CDs. She is alive in my heart. I take my vacations to Winchester, Va. I buy her things there. Loving Patsy forever.
Virginia - Sunday, January 23, 2005 at 21:44:06 (CET)
Thanks, Per, for the info on "Only You". Bill Cox also emailed that I was listening to Reba McEntire. Good thing I haven't put it on the sitemap lol.
John <>
Waynesboro, Va USA - Sunday, January 23, 2005 at 19:27:59 (CET)
Hi Per, I've run across a song no one seems to know anything about. Patsy singing "Only You". Would you or anyone have any information on when Patsy did this song and is it on a album.
Here's a link to my page on it:
Thanks, God Bless, and have a great new year,
John <>
Waynesboro, Va USA - Sunday, January 23, 2005 at 16:44:59 (CET)
Comment: Patsy did not record that song. There are a few MP3s on the net, erroneously stating that it is Patsy singing, when it is not. Another example is "Amazing Grace", which Patsy did not record, either. I once got an MP3 with "Amazing Grace" in an e-mail, stating that it was Patsy, but when I listened to it, I immediately heard that it was LeAnn Rimes... /Per
This site looks like a great place for nice people to talk about someone who obviously touched all of our lives. I have loved Patsy Cline's singing all my life. Last summer my daughter had the opportunity to play the role of Patsy in "Always Patsy Cline" in Findlay, Ohio. She is 23 and a classically trained lyric soprano, but was thrilled to sing all those great songs. I think everyone who heard her felt that she brought Patsy's songs to life. What amazes me, is that 40 years after her death, just the mention of the name "Patsy Cline" can bring such devotion and admiration. Julie, what a wonderful legacy...... are any of your children or grandchildren showing signs of having the gift of song?
God Bless,
Karen <>
Bluffton, IN USA - Saturday, January 22, 2005 at 08:30:30 (CET)
I'm looking for "Live at Cimarron Ballroom"?
Robin Aregood <>
Franklin, Oh USA - Thursday, January 20, 2005 at 01:47:01 (CET)
Hello to all... feels like it has been forever since I was here. I do try to read all the entries regularly, though... I hope everyone had a great Christmas and is having a wonderful New Year. As most of you know, we now have two grandkids, and that makes for an even more wonderful Christmas! Cole is 3 and his new baby sister, Claire is now 5 months. (Of course she, like her brother, is the greatest!)
I wanted to respond to the entry from John Freeman... I talked to Dad (Charlie) and he said they were at Bristol Motor Speedway. He thought maybe it was the first year the track was open, but according to the information at the Bristol Motor Speedway web site, we think it must have been the second year. They were there for a concert the night before the race. And yes, Faron Young was there also. I am not sure of the exact dates, but the first race at Bristol (a year before) was on July 30, 1961. I am not sure if this will help. You might want to check out the history on the Bristol Motor Speedway further.
Well, hope this finds everyone well, and if there is anyone checking in here from the US Military out there on duty somewhere in the world, I just would like to say Hello and God be with you and a big hug and THANK YOU from us here in our little part of Tennessee! I am sure there are a lot of "service" personnel out there from all areas of service (Fire, Police, Medical, Etc...) and a big Hug and THANK YOU to you also! I'll try to stop by again soon. THANKS PER!!
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Wednesday, January 19, 2005 at 23:25:53 (CET)

I had the honor and privilege of singing with Patsy in Bristol, Tenn. at a party for all NASCAR drives and crew menbers before a race. I would like to find someone that remembers the date. I think it was Aug. or Sep. of 1962. Faron Young was there also. She was a very sweet young lady, I like all of you was very sadden at the untimely death. If any can help, please let me know at John
John Freeman <>
Charlotte, NC USA - Monday, January 17, 2005 at 03:47:27 (CET)
Thanks for this site, which is really interesting and informative. I love Patsy Cline's voice and expression. To me, she sings with such belief and feeling and seems like she's living or has lived all the songs and lyrics. It's a rare gift and talent.
Jonathan Barc <>
Sheffield, England - Sunday, January 16, 2005 at 22:42:21 (CET)
My high school graduation year was 1957. I don't know how the term "music" can even be applied to what kids listen to today.
David Hoag <>
Latham, NY USA - Sunday, January 16, 2005 at 03:05:45 (CET)
I'm a young love fan of Patsy, I hope we can keep her name alive.
Christine Hamelinck <>
Pittsburg, Tx USA - Saturday, January 15, 2005 at 21:46:45 (CET)
This is a beautiful tribute to Virginia. Thank you for having it so all the fans can keep her memory alive forever.
Penny Shields <>
Jeffersonville, IN USA - Friday, January 07, 2005 at 03:22:04 (CET)
Hey everyone! I am a teenager and have just discovered the wonderful voice of Patsy Cline! I love her music so much and I enjoy singing it! I also love Country music! I love to sing and would like 2 become a country music singer one day! My favorite Patsy Cline songs would have 2 be "Crazy", "Walkin after Midnight", "I fall to pieces"! Please reply if you are a teenager and LOVE Patsy Cline! Thnx, ~Steph
Saturday, January 01, 2005 at 05:46:06 (CET)
I love Patsy Cline with all my heart and soul; there was a song that she sang called "Why can't he be you". I have been looking to buy this on a karaoke, I love to sing her songs and I am also looking to see her show "Just a closer walk with thee", I saw it once in Toronto and it had a great impact on my life; I only wish my daugther could see it as well; if anyone knows if it will be coming to Canada's east coast, please let me know, I will be forever greatful. My kids were small when I saw it, they grew up with the music of Patsy in my home everyday. Now I would love to share that magic nite with them, please help me to find out if and where the show "Just a closer walk with thee" is in the east coast Canada playing. Please let me know by e-mail. Thank you in advance,
Yvonne Jones <>
Oromocto, NB Canada - Friday, December 31, 2004 at 10:14:15 (CET)
I have a listener that needs an answer. A song was written about Patsy and 3 other artists... He thinks the title was "Sorrow city 63", or something similar. If anyone has an idea, please email me. Thanks... Steve Hilton, Operations Manager, Tennessee Country 977, WTNE, Trenton, Tennessee
Steve Hilton <>
Trenton, TN - Thursday, December 30, 2004 at 23:03:55 (CET)
Patsy was the best, thanks for this great site!
Tulsa, OK - Thursday, December 30, 2004 at 00:38:11 (CET)
Here I am again... this old Canadian gal, just wishing Per and all the Patsy Puppies all over the world, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year.
It is wonderful reading about young artists who have chosen Patsy as their idol. No one could be finer as she is still the very best... Hope to see many of you in Winchester this fall, where we can all celebrate together in memory and in fun.
Love, Anne and Norm Armstrong and family.
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph, On Canada N1E 2A6 - Friday, December 24, 2004 at 04:19:04 (CET)
Hey! My name is Brittnee and I am 14 yrs old. I have been singing/listening to Patsy Cline since I was born! My papa loved her and died when I was 2. Since then I have been working on my singing "career!" The audience's favorite is my way of doing "Blue Moon of Kentucky". Check out my website!
TX USA - Sunday, December 19, 2004 at 15:47:00 (CET)
I really like Patsy Cline's music, it is great. I also bought the DVD "Sweet Dreams". I've always been a Patsy Cline fan.
Muriel Beals <>
Yarmouth, NS Canada - Sunday, December 19, 2004 at 04:27:10 (CET)
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