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Per... Wow 12 years!!! Congrats on that milestone. I think I've been coming here for at least 6 of those years... LOL!!!!!!

Here's a lil' something:

My goodness
Here it is 12 years
And how we Patsy-ers have been blest
Since this site was formed by Per
Clearly one of, if not, the best
The info is awesome
As is a special treat
When Julie posts now and then
To touch base
To me, that is neat

This site is never ending
I know The Patsy would indeed approve
She'd say - "Hoss, you have it goin on here darlin' -
I thank you, really I do - for this swell and if they don't like it, go to hell - this has the groove"
Keep it up Per, you're doing fine
I'll continue coming here
You just keep alive the memory of THE CLINE...

© Jacki~2008

Jacki <>
CANADA - EH?! - Sunday, July 06, 2008 at 05:14:22 (CEST)
Comment: Amazing stuff, Jacki! A poem for me? Thanks!!! You are a darling! /Per
Happy 4th Patsy fans!!
Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY - Friday, July 04, 2008 at 16:32:13 (CEST)
12 Years? Thanks for carrying the torch online for the Cline and for all that you've done to keep the circle of communication between us fans going. You're aces!
Jared Vaughn <>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Thursday, July 03, 2008 at 19:28:37 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Jared! /Per
Congratulations Per on 12 yrs!! This site is very special to all us Patsy fans. 1996 seems like a long time ago, but I can remember browsing this web site for the first time. I'd like to wish you 12 more yrs of success with the #1 Patsy site on the Internet.
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, Pa U.S. - Sunday, June 29, 2008 at 17:39:47 (CEST)
Comment: Thank you for your kind words, Shane! /Per
Congrats on 12 years, I started a forum site for the fans I hope I have the luck that you do.

Larry <>
Winchester, VA USA - Friday, June 27, 2008 at 23:21:58 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Larry! /Per
I caught the show at the Nuangola Grove theater of Always Patsy Cline and I have to say I have never heard anything like it. Nicole Rasmus is unbelievable. You'd swear Patsy was there. She performed every song to perfection and didn't miss a note. I still have goosebumps on my arms. I only wish everyone could have experienced it. This is one show that I'm sure Patsy would have been proud.
J. Krauser <Rock804>
Scranton, Pa USA - Friday, June 27, 2008 at 06:41:06 (CEST)
Let me add to the congratulations on 12 years.
It's been an amazing experience. I have made some great friends via the Internet and Patsy.
It all started here!

Jimmy Walker

Jimmy W <>
Lexington, Ky USA - Friday, June 27, 2008 at 01:19:56 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Jimmy! You are a true friend! /Per
Bought the updated version of Ellis Nassour's book, "Honky Tonk Angel". It's better than ever. More pictures and more detail on her life. I won't go into what's in it but I gotta say, it sorta confirms some stuff I've felt about some of the people in Patsy's life. Get it. Read it. It shows our girl in the most vivid colors I've seen. What a true tragedy we lost her before she hit her prime. What a gal she must've been!
Tim Poole <>
St Charles, IL USA - Wednesday, June 25, 2008 at 20:18:44 (CEST)
Per, congrats for your 12 years with your wonderful site to Patsy and may you be blessed with many more!!!!!!!
Kelly Uhrich <>
Carrollton, TX USA - Wednesday, June 25, 2008 at 03:04:08 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Kelly! You are very kind! /Per
Congrats Per, on another great year online! We wish you many more successful years! Thanks for setting the bar so high. You're still #1!
Sean <>
Music City, TN USA - Monday, June 23, 2008 at 23:04:22 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Sean! I appreciate it! /Per
Happy 12 years!! Congrats, Per, your site is the greatest!!

Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY - Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 21:04:42 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Robyn! You are always very kind! /Per
To all Patsy Fans in Notheasern Pa. Coming soon to The Grove Theater in Nuangola, Pa. ALWAYS PATSY CLINE, June 20, 21, 22 and 27, 28, 29th. Nicole Rasmus portays Patsy with a haunting resemblence that will make even the most critical fan glad they came. She takes on all 23 songs as if they were written just for her. This is one show you won't want to miss.

For tickets call 570 208-7679 or

J. Krauser <Rock804>
Scranton, Pa USA - Friday, June 13, 2008 at 06:30:54 (CEST)
Hi, my name is Ray and I really like Patsy's voice. She was a born country music. I've seen the movie of her life (Ed Harris), I was born in 1961 so I never did see her live, but still I'm happy to hear her voice from the treasure she left for us, her voice and golden hits songs.
Ray Falzon <>
Valletta, Malta - Wednesday, June 04, 2008 at 12:04:38 (CEST)
I recently created a Patsy page at
If your interested in over 80 screen shots from Patsy's videos visit my page.
You will need to register (free) with before you can view my page. Once you register just hit search and type in Patsy Cline, look for Shane3535 and click to open. Once at my page you will find the photos near the bottom of the page. I hope you all enjoy these screen shots, some are rare.
Shane C. Collins <>
Williamsport, Pa US - Sunday, May 11, 2008 at 01:28:41 (CEST)
As another Mothers Day approaches, a very special fond memory brings a mixture of happiness and meloncholy within my heart. This coming weekend has been 10yrs. since I had a dream come true. I had the Honors of meeting the worlds Best Female Country singer that ever lived "Mrs. Patsy Cline's" mother "Mrs. Hilda Hensley". I would first like to say what a pillar of strength she was! She was the real definition of a real woman / mother. Her children met the world to her and she worked hard and tried her best to keep things together inspite of all she endured. Any mother that bears those qualities should be commended.

The worse thing that no mother should ever have to experience that Mrs. Hilda did, is the loss of her child! She lived alot of years with that sting. I can't say her pain was worse than other mothers that have experienced the same tragedy, but losing a child that was so renowned, known to all around the world and met so much to others had to have different difficulties and what I mean is, everywhere Hilda turned there was that constant reminder, a picture, a song, a movie, and impersonater's, etc... Patsy was just as well known as Elvis and her stardom continues to grow.

In my perception I just thought it might have been harder to grieve in the midst of that whirlwind. Meeting Hilda meant a lot to me personally and musically. She was such a talent in her own right! She made such cool lookin' Cow Girl dresses and other fine pieces of clothing. I look forward to seeing those on display one day. Mrs. Patsy had a huge influence on my music career as I believe she has with just about every female singer across the board. She sang with such conviction, with every fiber of her soul and knew the right treament for the song. She studied her art and worked hard to hone her craft.

Personally, I think she was totally in touch with her feelings and others and applied it in her art. She wasn't afraid of feeling or being her self. She didn't refrain from nothing. She was doing things back then that some women are still afraid to do today. The most admirable characteristic attributes I liked about Patsy was her realness, she wasn't plastic, she wasn't a cookie cutter she was original, she was for the underdog, she took no lip, she had backbone, she was raw to the bone, BUT the most important was, she loved her children! She still knew the meaning of motherhood and womanhood. She was a GREAT WOMAN/MOTHER!

I finally met Hilda on my 3rd trip to Winchester,VA. from my home of Greenbelt, MD... I stopped by her house in hopes of meeting her. I ended up having a wonderful 3hr. visit with her. It was everything I thought it would be. You know that feeling you get sometimes when you meet someone and you feel as though you've known them a lifetime, that's what I felt. Before our visit wrapped she had invited me to a function in tribute to Patsy she has each year in Winchester around Patsy's birthday Sept. 8th... Oh what honors I felt! She took my contact info. but had mentioned that she was having some health issues and if it continued she would not be attending the function. Well, I never heard anything from her but me and my husband attended Patsy's grave memorial that Sept.

Patsy's cousin lead the service and had informed us that Hilda was under the weather. In October my husband and I moved to Nashville and after settling my husband called Patsy's widower Charlie Dick and that's when I received the sad news that Mrs. Hilda Hensley had passed on. I was very heart broken but also I knew that she was at her eternal home with sweet Jesus and her precious Patsy. I'm just so very grateful I got the chance and honors of meeting such a very kind loving gentle soul. I miss you very much Hilda & Patsy~~ Your Fan/Friend~~Kimi Dean

Kimi Dean <>
Nashville, TN USA - Friday, May 09, 2008 at 06:28:48 (CEST)

Here is a great article from the Winchester Star on the Winchester Apple Blossom Queen doing a tribute to Patsy!

Wag <>
Friday, May 02, 2008 at 00:27:53 (CEST)
You're the best, darling... Love ya 'always'!!
Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY - Friday, April 25, 2008 at 02:14:52 (CEST)
It's only taken me a little over two weeks, but I finally finished my report on the Patsy Cline Symposium held in Richmond on April 4.

Stop by the Forums & Chat section of my website to check it out:

Patsy Cline Symposium ~ April 4, 2008 / Finally: Symposium Highlights and Photos

Click on the link above to go directly to that page.

Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Wednesday, April 23, 2008 at 05:05:01 (CEST)
I look forward to being part of a wonderful site that is devoted in the memory of a great artist and person
Nichole Hull <>
Columbus, Ohio USA - Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at 08:51:38 (CEST)
Hey y'all. Talk about coincidences of Patsy and myself.
Patsy was a VIRGO, so am I.
Patsy's name is Virginia, so is my sister's.
Patsy's mom was a seamstress, so was my mom.
Patsy was remarried 12 Sept. My b'day is 13 Sept.
Patsy collected salt & pepper shakers, so do I.
Patsy liked yellow roses, these are my favorites.
Patsy smoked Marlboro cigs, so do I.
Patsy is burried on route 522 in VA. My dad on route 522 in NJ.
James Kowaleski <>
Lexington, KY USA - Saturday, April 19, 2008 at 14:20:48 (CEST)
Howdy patsifans, Got the new Nassour book today! The new updated edition is a larger size paperback. All of the photo's are on glossy photo paper. Two new pictures really stand out! One is of Patsy & Gerald in 1953 at their wedding reception. The second is a picture I got to see a few months ago at the Hall of Fame. It's our gal at 3:00am at LaGuardia airport after the big Carnegie Hall concert. She is sitting next to Randy & has her feet up on an ashtray stand! The full picture is amazing, But the cropped shot in the book is still well worth it too! You all will notice that this picture was cropped & used on the covers of Remembering Patsy & the Sweet Dreams Still dvd! The new chapter is such a great addition! I snapped both pictures with my cell phone camera. They are posted on my blog at: This book is a must buy! Hope you all are well. Per, thanks for such an amazing site!
ReCliner Sean <>
Music City, Tn USA - Saturday, April 12, 2008 at 03:16:47 (CEST)
"Last night on the local PBS station they aired "Sweet Dreams Still." We always check PBS on Saturday night to see who the artist is so imagine my pleasant surprise. Was it shown on any other PBS markets?" From Tim Poole

Tim...Yes, that does air in different markets usually in conjuction with a telefund drive. Interesting note on how the whole thing was done. Orginally Greg Hall of Hallway Prod. was asked to a piece on the Momma and Poppa's (I hope I recall the correct group). Hallway still needed to get all the liscensing of songs and performance done. PBS needed the piece done in just a couple months and he was not able to meet thier deadline. He proposed a Patsy piece and PBS said yes. Most of the liscensing was already done since he is partners with Charlie. All they had to do was negotiate some Pet Milk parts. Since Charlie new the correct people to go straight to he was able to get things ASAP. I think Julie said the whole project was done in less than 2 months!

So Hats off to Greg and Charlie for thier smart thinking and hard work!

Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, Ky - Friday, April 11, 2008 at 00:45:01 (CEST)
Apparently one of the Treva Miller letters is up for auction...

Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Monday, April 07, 2008 at 22:14:13 (CEST)

Thank you for the most beautiful site of Pasty Cline. I have been a fan of Pasty from the time I was a little girl; Thanks to my parents and the stronge love of all country music.
Darlene Owens <>
Gainesville, FL USA - Monday, April 07, 2008 at 02:49:43 (CEST)
Last night on the local PBS station they aired "Sweet Dreams Still." It appeared that it was an edited version of the DVD. During the breaks, they offered several packages featuring the DVD and "Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits" as well as "Rememebering Patsy". All of which depended on your amount of donation. It was cool to see Patsy on this type of show. We always check PBS on Saturday night to see who the artist is so imagine my pleasant surprise. Was it shown on any other PBS markets?
Tim Poole <>
St Charles, IL USA - Sunday, April 06, 2008 at 16:30:10 (CEST)
Jeff, the song you're thinking of is called "We Three" which includes the lyrics "my echo, my shadow and me." It's an old Pop Song first done by The Ink Spots back in the 1940's. Brenda Lee recorded it for her "This Is Brenda" album for Decca in 1960. But, alas, Patsy never got this one on tape.

Mark Willix and I will be attending the Patsy Cline Symposium in Richmond, VA on Friday. We look forward to seeing/meeting any Forum visitors who might also be attending.

Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 18:33:21 (CEST)
Hello... I just found this awesome site after searching for a while looking for a song that Patsy once sang... It was either called "Me myself and my echo"... or "Me myself and I"... Unfortunately I couldn't find it... I'll keep looking... But if you have the song that would be a real help... A1 fan of Patsy
Jeff Salter <>
Adelaide, SA Australia - Monday, March 31, 2008 at 06:17:57 (CEST)
Well, some good news, that wounderful German re-issue label Bear Family has just released a new Patsy Cline CD with NEW tracks.
The title is "Stop, Look and Listen" and it's number is BCD 16781 AH.
Now the new tracks.
Crazy Dreams without Harmony Jan 27 1960
Love,Love Me Honey Do, A new Version from Jan 8 1959
Plus the First version of I Don't Wanta Jan 5 1956
Also an alternate of Stop, Look and listen from April 22 1956 plus a nice version of How can I face Tomorrow without the Harmony vocals.
In all 31 Tracks all remastered as only Bear Family can do it. Plus a 44 page book full of photos some I have not seen before. I have purchased these German CD's from a place in South Carolina Called CD Wolf and found their service great.
This is the Highlight of my year so far.
Gary V <>
Williamstown, Australia - Friday, March 28, 2008 at 14:13:48 (CET)
Sorry, this is a tad late but here it is...



© Jacki~2008
Jacki H. <>
Canada - Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 16:51:07 (CET)
Howdy Patsy,

Love you and thinking about you on the 45th anniversary of your leaving us! You are truly missed. Hope you are having a good day wherever you are!
Brandi Erin "Patsy" Rook Douglas <>
Ventura, CA United States - Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 01:28:30 (CET)
Still crazy about you after all these years! Your music defines my life. God, I wish I had met you. I feel like I know you just through the treasure of music you left us. You are loved and missed, Patsy.
Tim Poole <>
St Charles, IL USA - Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 01:25:02 (CET)
Tonight just after 7:00 WSM radio's Eddie Stubbs will have Charlie Dick, and several others on the air as he does a tribute to Patsy, Hawkshaw and Cowboy.
Wag <>
Wednesday, March 05, 2008 at 23:59:43 (CET)
A sad date today....
12 years ago I saw the fascinating movie about the life of Patsy Cline, later in the same year I paid a visit to the United States where I also bought my first Patsy Cline CD. This visit was a once-in-lifetime opportunity so my visit and the marvelous voice of Miss Cline belong together somehow. To me this lady is the greatest ever country singer. Thank you, Patsy Cline.
Austria, EU - Wednesday, March 05, 2008 at 20:37:14 (CET)
Our prayers are with you and your Family today on the anniversary of your passing to Heaven. You remain in our hearts. We Love You!
Shaun <>
Las Vegas, TN Usa - Wednesday, March 05, 2008 at 17:14:39 (CET)
It seems to me that Patsy Cline sang alot about heartache and always losing her man. Did she actually have alot of heartache and pain in her life? The songs she sang sound awesome, but many of them are sad, I just hope she didn't live her whole life like her music. I realize most country music is like this, but I am just wondering. And hey, I can't get enough of Patsy's great music. I now even have her a picture of her as a screen saver.
Gentry Carlson <>
Grand Rapids, MN 55744 - Wednesday, March 05, 2008 at 06:32:20 (CET)
Does anyone know if there is anything going on in Winchester tomorrow for the crash date of Patsy.
God Bless, John
JT Smith <>
Waynesboro, VA USA - Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 23:13:19 (CET)
Howdy Patsyworld, Wanted to stop by the number one site to remember Our Gal this week! We miss you Patsy...
Sean <>
Music City, Tn USA - Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 05:25:02 (CET)
Love Ya, Darling, you're the best!!
Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2008 at 05:20:46 (CET)
Hi Per & Patsy Fans,
Leon Kagarise died Jan 29, of heart failure. Many of you know him as the man that made many historic recordings in the late 50's and 60's, that have never been heard by the public, including Patsy, Johnny Cash, Ernest Tubb & many more.
You can read the complete article in the Baltimore Sun.
Jimmy Cee <>
Baltimore, Md USA - Thursday, January 31, 2008 at 03:14:13 (CET)
I am copying this from an e-mail sent to me from Michael Haman. I think the interview with Philip Martin is well worth listening to if one wishes to know more about CPC. In the middle of part two there is a nice change in lyrics to "Walking after Midnight" where it sounds like Patsy sings "I go out a-walking after midnight looking for ME."

Please overlook the "mass mail" appearance of this letter. A great many people have expressed interest in hearing the audio from the broadcast I called THE ABSENCE OF PATSY and the interview with former CPC president Philip Martin. This is the quickest way I can think of to let you know the audio is now posted in clickable links on WINC AM's website.

Just go to, click on the link "Winchester Morning Magazine" on the left-hand side of the page and then click on the 4-program parts you will see on the page.

Thank you for your support in the effort to establish appropriate visibility for Patsy in the city of her birth.

Michael Haman


Bernard Green
Sharnbrook, UK - Saturday, January 26, 2008 at 13:51:26 (CET)
The following has been posted on the ValleyChatter forum in Winchester Va by Michael Haman who is a presenter on radio station WINC. This is the radio station where Patsy Cline made her first broadcast.

Please note his comments about the progress of the museum project.

"...have proven to myself and all my listeners this past week that there is far more enthusiasm about putting Patsy Cline in a higher profile in Winchester than there is apathy. When I raised the issue the phones rang off the hook and my mailbox was flooded.

You are right to think the effort to put a bust of Patsy on the walking mall would be bogged down with politics -- I have changed the proposal to a life-sized statue that would sit in front of the first radio station she ever sang on -- WINC AM on Pleasant Valley Road, and have already received the green light from corporate on the project.

Be listening Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. for a full hour I call "Absence of Patsy", in which I will tell the whole ugly, unadulterated story of why there is no Patsy Cline Museum in Winchester, despite the existence of an organization founded 13 years ago and called Celebrating Patsy Cline, expressly to build one. It's not a pretty story, but someone's gotta finally tell it. During the broadcast I intend to challenge the CPC to get on the air and account for themselves.

Meanwhile, I'm assembling a steering committee to finance, design, sculpt and place the statue. If you love Patsy and want to join me in this effort, send me mail at my station address -- not here, so I can put you on my mailing list and keep you posted. Write to me at


Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Sunday, January 20, 2008 at 11:03:14 (CET)
Can anyone tell me what year Patsy recorded "Sweet Dreams"? All the info that I find on it says that it was released after she died in 1963. There was another recording star who recorded "Sweet Dreams", his name is Tommy McClain. Also, was "Sweet Dreams" first recorded by Patsy?

Thank You
Marie <>
Thursday, January 17, 2008 at 21:26:56 (CET)
Comment: "Sweet Dreams" was recorded by Patsy on February 5, 1963 and, as you say, it was released posthumously. The release date was April 15, 1963. The song was written by Don Gibson, and it was recorded by Don Gibson himself, and also by Faron Young, in 1956, and both were top-ten country hits. And in 1961 it was again a top-ten hit for Don Gibson. /Per
I love Patsy Cline!
Wendy Schultz <>
Elizabethton, TN 37643 - Monday, January 14, 2008 at 06:49:57 (CET)
Hello, I'd like for MCA to release a box set of Patsy's radio shows. I missed out on both volumes of the "Country Radio Shows" with Patsy and other artists, and trying to find even just one is like searching for a needle in a haystack! So, I'd love it if I could buy a box... say 4 CD's, containing Patsy's radio performances -- those which have been already released as well as those that haven't been yet. Hopefully this post will get the atention of someone who can do something about it! I enjoy this web site very much, and love, love, love Patsy, today, tomorrow, and forever! Thanks.
Monday, January 14, 2008 at 01:05:33 (CET)
I am really not a big country music fan, I prefer the heavy/hard rock type of music. But, I really enjoy listening to Patsy Cline, she has such a great voice, it is real soothing to listen to. People think I am weird to be head banging to some heavy stuff, then listen to Patsy. I have her as a radio station on my Pandora. It makes for a good combo of music. The music she made, as well as others from her era produced the REAL country music. (I can't stand the modern country music). It is too bad she had to die so young. I guess it is true, the good ones do die young.
Gentry Carlson <>
Grand Rapids, MN USA - Thursday, January 10, 2008 at 05:50:28 (CET)
Comment: Grand Rapids, Minnesota... Judy Garland (or Frances Gumm) was born there... One of my favorites! Great stuff! /Per
Can someone please tell me what Patsy wore the night she sang "Crazy"?
Susan Robinson <>
Thursday, January 10, 2008 at 01:06:38 (CET)
Hello, I have a poem I wrote approiamately 14 years ago.. Here it is.

Small Tribute

She was the queen,
She had it all
She sang some songs,
that made you bawl.

She hit some notes,
that causes chills,
she never complained
it payed the bills.

She sang some songs,
that made you smile,
She entertained you
went the extra mile.

She was the best,
had many fans
she could sing
with the best of bands.

She had a man,
and some children-two,
She had dreams
but her life ended too soon.

So next time you hear,
a Patsy Cline tune,
Just remember-
Her life may be over,
But her music,
still holds true.

So here's a Tribute,
To the Woman we LOVED,
We're sending I LOVE YOU,
To Heaven above!

Ruth Rich <>
Swayzee, In United States - Wednesday, January 09, 2008 at 21:06:13 (CET)
I was browsing the wealth of photographs on Patsy, and although it pleases me me that we have them on here for our veiwing pleasure, why hasn't someone taken all these photos and comprised a large coffee table book devoted to her in pictures?

"A Portrait Of Patsy" or something to that effect would be a nice title.

I agree that it would be a monumental task, but nothing of this sort has ever been published on Patsy in the way of photographs. Personally I have seen enough biographies unless Charlie himself decided to get together with Patsi Bale Cox and get all his memories down on paper.

I believe the fans are more and more captivated by old photos of Patsy throughout her life and career. Ocassionally I will run across a rare picture that I had no idea existed, which only makes me believe that many still exist out there waiting to be seen by the world.

Down through the years I have ocassionally heard people say, "well, she wasn't the most attractive woman", and I am stunned because I couldn't disagree more with those comments. Yes, there are unflattering photos of her in circulation, but who hasn't taken a bad picture?

The early 60's were not the best of times when it came to hair and makeup and country artists were no exception, but Patsy had a heart that made her transcend any bad photo op.

Yes, she was a beautiful woman with her laughing eyes and smile that would ease tensions in the middle east. I wish more people could see that........

Julie, Charlie... Someone... Will you make this book a reality?

Alan <>
Tennessee - Tuesday, January 08, 2008 at 11:07:27 (CET)
Hi Everyone,
Haven't written in a while, but just wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year. Keep writing, even though I don't answer much, I'm always reading and enjoying all your comments. It keeps Patsy's memory alive and I love it.
Mary Ross <>
Scranton, Pa USA - Tuesday, January 01, 2008 at 19:01:16 (CET)
Our Patsy back on charts!

From CMT News: Billboard's country album and songs charts come to a virtual standstill this week, a typical occurrence at the close of each year. There are no changes at the top -- where the Eagles' "Long Road Out of Eden" and Taylor Swift's "Our Song" if still reign -- and are only sluggish stirrings within the Top 5. New songs this week are Sugarland's "Nuttin' for Christmas" (No. 51), Toby Keith's "Little Drummer Boy" (No. 58) and Sara Evans' "I'll Be Home for Christmas" (No. 59). "Nuttin' for Christmas," by the way, entered the pop charts in 1955 via five different acts -- Art Mooney and His Orchestra (whose version made it all the way to No. 6), Joe Ward, Ricky Zahnd & the Blue Jeaners, the Fontane Sisters and comedian Stan Freberg. This marks the first time it has charted country.

Debuting on this week's albums list is Patsy Cline's self-titled collection (No. 73). Three albums return -- the multi-artist Forever Country (No. 69), Alan Jackson's Like Red on Rose (No. 74) and Trisha Yearwood's Greatest Hits (No. 75).Kenny Chesney's "Shiftwork" and Carrie Underwood's "All American Girl" each take a high leap this time around, vaulting from No. 25 to No. 17 and from No. 28 to No. 22, respectively. Rounding out the Top 5 songs, in descending order, are Sugarland's "Stay," Montgomery Gentry's "What Do Ya Think About That", Josh Turner's "Firecracker" and Rascal Flatts' "Winner at a Losing Game". Parading directly behind the Eagles in the Top 5 albums are Carrie Underwood's Carnival Ride, the eponymous Taylor Swift, Garth Brooks' The Ultimate Hits and Rascal Flatts' Still Feels Good.See you next year.

ReCliner Sean <>
Nashville, Tn USA - Sunday, December 30, 2007 at 19:38:40 (CET)
Wishing the Patsy fans out there a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I hope 2008 will bless every one of you!
Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY USA - Friday, December 21, 2007 at 00:10:15 (CET)
I became captivated by Patsy Cline at age 21. Hilda Hensly (Patsy's devoted mother and friend) also inspired me. Their mother-daughter friendship was outstanding! I attribute much of Patsy's success to the eternal support of her beautiful mother. Some of my acquantances think me strange because I listen to Patsy Cline consistently. I am an aspiring poet and I am inspired by Patsy's never-give-up attitude! I am African American and age 40 now. Patsy lives on in my heart and spirit. Thank you for this forum.
Sheila K. Williams <>
Orlando, Fl USA - Thursday, December 20, 2007 at 21:53:20 (CET)
Wishing everyone in our Patsyworld a blessed and safe Holiday season.
ReCliner Sean <>
Music City, Tn USA - Thursday, December 20, 2007 at 16:57:09 (CET)
Wanted to let other Patsy fans know I just found an auction for an original photo signed by Patsy herself!
It is at:
Trisha <>
Orlando, FL - Monday, December 17, 2007 at 06:42:23 (CET)
Love Patsy Cline music.
Zeonon <>
Reno, NV USA - Friday, December 14, 2007 at 22:58:54 (CET)
Patsy's songs will always live in my heart. One thing that I know is that she is resting at the bossom of our Lord and saviour Jesus.
Stanley Onyekwelu <>
Lagos, Nigeria - Sunday, December 09, 2007 at 10:37:35 (CET)
I just love the picture of Patsy that you have on this page. She just looks happy to be doing what she is doing, and adoring the fans. Humble too.
Linda Cunningham <>
Knoxville, MD - Wednesday, November 28, 2007 at 18:20:06 (CET)
Happy Thanksgiving, Patsy fans!!
Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY USA - Thursday, November 22, 2007 at 18:29:49 (CET)
Howdy from Music City! Wanted to wish everyone in the PatsyWorld a blessed and Happy Thanksgiving. Always My Best-
ReCliner Sean <>
Nashville, TN USA - Thursday, November 22, 2007 at 04:18:37 (CET)
I love Patsy's songs, I have them all, she was an inspiration, so sorry she had to go so soon. I'm going to USA to see her work, I can't wait.
Joy <>
Redditch, England - Tuesday, November 13, 2007 at 19:25:43 (CET)
Time Warner to release DVDs including rare Patsy footage... Time-Life's products are available throughout North America, Europe, Australia and Asia through TV offers and the internet.

Here is a list of the stars and songs being offered:

Vol. 1: Songs That Topped the Charts
Cowboy Copas -- " Alabam"
Ferlin Husky -- "Wings of a Dove"
The Browns -- "The Three Bells"
Skeeter Davis -- " I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know"
George Hamilton IV -- "Abilene"
Leroy Van Dyke -- "Walk On By"
Sonny James -- "You're the Only World I Know"
Ernest Ashworth -- "Talk Back Trembling Lips"
Billy Walker -- "Charlie's Shoes"
Del Reeves -- "Girl On a Billboard"
Porter Wagoner -- "A Satisfied Mind"
Henson Cargill -- "Skip a Rope"
Stonewall Jackson -- "Waterloo"
Donna Fargo -- "Funny Face"
Tom T. Hall -- "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died"

Vol. 2: Duets
Don Gibson & June Carter -- "Oh Lonesome Me"
Bobby Lord & Patsy Cline -- "(Remember Me) I'm the One Who Loves You"
Goldie Hill & Justin Tubb -- "Looking Back to See"
Skeeter Davis & Bobby Bare -- "Let It Be Me"
George Jones & Melba Montgomery -- "We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds"
Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton -- "Holdin' On to Nothin'"
Johnny Cash & June Carter -- "Jackson"
Bill Phillips & Ruby Wright -- "Put It Off Until Tomorrow"
Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn -- "After the Fire Is Gone"
George Jones & Tammy Wynette -- "We're Gonna Hold On"
Bill Anderson & Jan Howard -- "For Loving You"
David Houston & Barbara Mandrell -- "After Closing Time"
Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan -- "Tennessee Bird Walk"
George Jones & Tammy Wynette -- "The Ceremony"
Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton -- "If Teardrops Were Pennies"

Vol. 3: Hall of Fame
Johnny Cash -- "Big River"
Patsy Cline -- "Imagine That"
Bill Anderson -- "Po’ Folks"
Chet Atkins -- "Yakety Axe"
Willie Nelson -- "Mr. Record Man"
“Little” Jimmy Dickens -- "May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose"
Porter Wagoner -- "Green, Green Grass of Home"
Johnny Cash & The Carter Family -- "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord"
Hank Snow -- "I've Been Everywhere"
Tammy Wynette -- "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad"
Loretta Lynn -- "One's On the Way"
Don Gibson -- "Oh Lonesome Me"
Conway Twitty -- "How Much More Can She Stand"
Dolly Parton -- "Joshua"
George Jones -- "The Grand Tour"

Vol. 4: Honky-Tonk Heroes
Ernest Tubb -- "Walking the Floor Over You"
Ray Price -- "Heartaches By the Number"
Porter Wagoner -- "Misery Loves Company"
The Wilburn Brothers -- "Trouble’s Back in Town"
Jim Reeves -- "Four Walls"
Bobby Bare -- "Detroit City"
Dave Dudley -- "Six Days On the Road"
Charlie Walker -- "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down"
Johnny Cash -- "Folsom Prison Blues"
Webb Pierce -- "In the Jailhouse Now"
Charley Pride -- "Kaw-Liga"
George Jones -- "The Race Is On"
Johnny Rodriguez -- "Ridin' My Thumb to Mexico"
Freddy Fender -- "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights"
Waylon Jennings -- Medley: "Brown Eyed Handsome Man"/"Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line"/"Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again)"

Vol. 5: Legends
George Jones -- "White Lightning"
Marty Robbins -- "El Paso"
Don Gibson -- "I Can’t Stop Loving You"
Jim Reeves -- "Four Walls/Tennessee Waltz/He'll Have to Go"
Faron Young -- "Hello Walls"
Ray Price -- "City Lights"
Patsy Cline -- "Crazy"
Willie Nelson -- Medley: "Hello Walls"/"Funny How Time Slips Away"/"Night Life"/"Crazy"
Johnny Cash -- "Ring of Fire"
The Statler Brothers -- "Flowers On the Wall"
Tammy Wynette -- "I Don't Wanna Play House"
Ernest Tubb -- "Waltz Across Texas"
Dolly Parton -- "Coat of Many Colors"
Conway Twitty -- "Hello Darlin’"
Loretta Lynn -- "Coal Miner’s Daughter"

Vol. 6: Love Songs
Sonny James -- "Young Love"
Hank Locklin -- "Please Help Me, I'm Falling"
Ferlin Husky -- "Gone"
Patsy Cline -- "Leavin' On Your Mind"
George Jones -- "She Thinks I Still Care"
Roy Drusky -- "Three Hearts In a Tangle"
Bill Anderson -- "Still"
Loretta Lynn -- "Love Is the Foundation"
David Houston -- "Almost Persuaded"
Freddie Hart -- "Easy Loving"
Tammy Wynette -- "‘Til I Get It Right"
Conway Twitty -- "I See the Want To In Your Eyes"
Freddy Fender -- "Before the Next Teardrop Falls"
Dolly Parton -- "I Will Always Love You"
Ray Price -- "For the Good Times"

Vol. 7: Pioneers
Roy Acuff -- "Wabash Cannon Ball"
Grandpa Jones -- "Mountain Dew"
The Carter Family -- "Keep On the Sunnyside"
Johnnie and Jack -- "(Oh Baby Mine) I Get So Lonely"
The Carlisles -- "No Help Wanted"
The Louvin Brothers -- "I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby"
Sons of the Pioneers -- "Tumbling Tumbleweeds"
Eddy Arnold -- "Cattle Call"
Ray Price -- "Crazy Arms"
George Morgan -- "Candy Kisses"
Tex Ritter -- "High Noon"
Bill Monroe -- "Uncle Pen"
Flatt & Scruggs -- "Foggy Mountain Breakdown"
Carl Smith -- "Hey Joe!"
Hank Snow -- " I'm Moving On"

Vol. 8: Queens of Country
Jean Shepard -- "Second Fiddle (To an Old Guitar)"
Kitty Wells -- "Makin' Believe"
Patsy Cline -- "She's Got You"
Skeeter Davis -- "Thee End of the World"
Connie Smith -- "The Hurtin's All Over"
Jeannie Seely -- "Don't Touch Me"
Loretta Lynn -- "You Ain't Woman Enough"
Dottie West -- " Country Sunshine"
Lynn Anderson -- "Rose Garden"
Jeanne Pruett -- "Satin Sheets"
Tammy Wynette -- "Stand By Your Man"
Barbara Fairchild -- "Teddy Bear Song"
Donna Fargo -- "The Happiest Girl In the Whole U.S.A."
Sammi Smith -- "Help Me Make It Through the Night"
Dolly Parton -- "Jolene"

Alan <>
Tennessee - Friday, October 19, 2007 at 12:32:26 (CEST)
Hey there everybody! :) Hope you're all doin well! I'm just dropping by to let you know that I just finished recording my first CD, "Hallelujah". Please come take a listen, and if you have a myspace account, feel free to add me as one of your friends! Hope to hear from ya'll real soon! Love, Chrissy DeClaire
Chrissy DeClaire <>
Warren, Mi 48088 - Monday, October 15, 2007 at 04:20:29 (CEST)
In reply to Alan Cofer; CPC Inc (the people who say they will open a museum) published on the 29th August 2007 this open letter.
Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Thursday, October 04, 2007 at 08:50:38 (CEST)
I'm curious as to what ever became of the items auctioned off in 2003 in NYC? Will these items ever become part of a museum or have they landed in the hands of hoarding fans?

It's ashame that greed caused the entire sordid mess to begin with... When the items should have been passed on to Patsy's children in the first place.

I guarantee you that Hilda would have wanted that.

Any word of when the "alleged" museum will open? Where is all the money fans have helped generate over all these years to help establish one?

I refuse to allow such things to tarnish my love of Patsy and her music, but it sours me to think that her own syblings could not see beyond dollar signs and that since the days of Jimmy Bowen's fan club that the very people making decisions in her memory can get their act together!

Alan Cofer <>
Tennessee - Wednesday, October 03, 2007 at 12:08:26 (CEST)
My name is Hilton Block. I am interested in selling my current share of writer's rights to "Walkin' After Midnight". My father, Alan Block, co-wrote "Walkin' After Midnight". As often happened in those days, my father never saw his share of the monies generated from the song until I, as an adult, fought hard to get some of his rights back. He has since passed and I own 10% of his original writer's rights. Royalties from these rights are paid twice a year. I am financially in a position where I am forced to sell these rights. They are very special to me and have generated a modest yearly income.
Please e-mail me at if you are interested in purchasing them. I will be honored to have a true Patsy Cline fan (collector) own them rather then someone who just looks at them as paper.
Hilton Block <>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Wednesday, October 03, 2007 at 01:27:38 (CEST)
I just wanted to say "thank you" to Sean of Reclinerclub and Jimmy Walker for their emails. Hope to see you gentlemen real soon. And of course, "Howdy" to the fans of The Cline.
Kelly Uhrich <>
Carrollton, TX - Monday, October 01, 2007 at 05:34:30 (CEST)
Hey there! How's everybody doin'? All good I hope! Incase anyone's listening or even cares, I just wanted to share a few things. Been working on a CD of Country Christian music, I've already had copyrights put on the music I wrote about a year ago, but with better software on my computer, I've got my own recording studio right here at home, so when the baby's go to bed, it's 'go time!'. ALSO, I sang at the Michigan State Fair up there in the lights on the 'Big Stage' where the 'Big Dogs' come out to play. Alice Cooper played there the very next night. I was asked to sing there through my agency where I do a tribute to Ms. Patsy Cline and it was an amazing night. The man who does the booking said he was told I was the best of the night and looks as though we'll for sure be playin' there again!

Whoever took the time to read this, God Bless you, I'm long winded when it comes to music, especially when it comes to Patsy's music!!! My license plate say's PTSYCLN and everywhere I go I'm blasting her music. My 6 year old son and 4 year old daughter sometimes ask me, "Mom, is that you singing or Patsy Cline?". Sure is a great feeling. At shows my manager has had to reasure the crowds of people that it is actually me singing. I'm not big headed, there's LOTS I am unable to do, like cooking for example (My POOR husband), or driving, I can get lost in a paperbag with a flashlight and directions out of the darned thing, but when I sing, that doesn't matter, nothing does, it's just pouring my heart out and I love it just as I'm sure Patsy did. No One singer will EVER compare to her, but some may be just close enough to make others feel her with them if at least for a short while. ... God Bless Patsy.

Chrissy DeClaire <>
Warren, Mi 48088 - Wednesday, September 19, 2007 at 06:14:23 (CEST)

I would like to plan a trip to Winchester next Labor Day weekend and maybe in March to Camden, TN. Does anyone have any recommendations as far as places to stay or websites to assist in my planning? Would like to meet other Patsy Cline fans as well. By the way, great website!
Kelly Uhrich <>
Carrollton, TX USA - Sunday, September 16, 2007 at 05:38:49 (CEST)
Hello everyone,
It's nice to "gather" with other Patsy Cline fans. On Sept 8, 2007, I was ordained into the priesthood of the Old Catholic Church, so yes, that day was very special. I have a pic on the back window of my truck and has turned a few heads, I thought one motorcycle rider was going to wreck. I play her music at work and one day while a car next to me was blaring rap, I had our gal blaring out of mine. What can I say? I do hope to take my vacation time in March to visit Camden and Nashville, used to spend time in Nashville while in the military, then maybe Labor Day weekend, hope to meet many in Winchester. Sorry to babble on like this, but enjoy reading from you other folks.
Kelly Uhrich <>
Carrollton, TX USA - Saturday, September 15, 2007 at 05:49:56 (CEST)
Happy 75th Birthday, Patsy, we will forever miss you.
We will always have your music to play and enjoy, and to remember your Legacy.
Shane Collins <>
Williamsport, PA USA - Saturday, September 08, 2007 at 19:30:11 (CEST)
Happy 75th birthday, Patsy. I'm sure the angel band in heaven sang to you this morning, but if they forgot ......... Happy Birthday to You. Long live the memory and music of the best singer I've ever heard or ever hope to hear. Sweet Dreams Hoss!
Tim Poole <>
St Charles, IL USA - Saturday, September 08, 2007 at 13:20:28 (CEST)
Hello, I was just wondering if anyone could tell me if any of Patsy's songs are in 'Public domain' for recording purposes. I would like to record a tribute CD but want to make sure whatever I do is on the up and up. Any and all information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Chrissy
Chrissy DeClaire <>
Warren, Mi 48088 - Saturday, September 08, 2007 at 05:48:27 (CEST)
Hello Patsy Fans,
I composed a short video for using one of Patsy's early songs. It is my little tribute to someone who has given the world so much pleasure. Just type "VikingVinner" in the search box and it will pop up.
Patsy's Birthday is something that I think about each September 8th. She simply made the world a better place with her music and time can never erase that.
R Andersen <VikingVinner@BellSouth.Net>
Raleigh, NC U.S.A - Saturday, September 08, 2007 at 02:41:24 (CEST)
Happy 75th birthday, darling, we love ya 'always'.
Robyn <>
Syracuse, NY USA - Saturday, September 08, 2007 at 02:20:41 (CEST)
Please join me for Patsy's birthday this Saturday, September 8th for a Ten Minute Musical Moment in celebration of Patsy Cline's birthday at 9am (PT) and repeated at 3 & 9pm. My online station "60's Chicks" Radio is always playing Patsy at, iTunes Radio and TiVo. Happy Birthday, Patsy! TC
Tom <>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Thursday, September 06, 2007 at 05:31:32 (CEST)
I was in Winchester this past weekend. I visited the gravesite again. There was no one there at 10 AM and it was very peaceful. I stood over the grave and told her how much her music and life has mean't to so many. I mentioned Per, Lisa and Jared in particular, and I left a coin from us. As my partner and I were driving away, "I'll Sail My Ship Alone" came blaring from the CD. Sorta chilling. We drove past the house on Kent and ended up at the mall on Loudin St. The spot for CPC is at the very end across from Dollar General. Very poor spot. Also went to the drugstore and learned a LOT of interesting facts from the guy working there. Will post more later. But I learned a lot this weekend. Our girl is NOT being honored properly. Oh, the stories I was told by reliable sources!
Tim Poole <>
St Charles, IL USA - Wednesday, September 05, 2007 at 04:55:45 (CEST)

Today, tomorrow and forever
Fans still remember Patsy Cline
By Jessica J. Burchard
The Winchester Star


Winchester — Trekking hundreds of miles to Winchester for the annual Patsy Cline memorial has been a 20-year tradition for Don Harvey.

Harvey, of Ontario, brought his immediate family with him to Sunday’s event at Shenandoah Memorial Park, 1270 Front Royal Pike. He had a total of 10 family members, including his parents, siblings, and cousins.

Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Tuesday, September 04, 2007 at 09:07:13 (CEST)

Regarding your entry on the CMA Hall of Fame 2007 inductees...

The CMA opted to create a catagory for a younger generation of artists who'd made a significant contribution to Country Music over the last 25 years. The first inductee in this catagory was George Strait last year. In my opinion, this is their way of playing "catch up" since there are countless artists - some dead, some living - who STILL haven't made it in the Hall: Jean Shepard, Jan Howard, Jack Greene, Del Wood, Hank Cochran, Billy Walker, Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper, Skeeter Davis and Dottie West... The list goes on. At the rate they were going, Strait and Vince Gill would've been long gone and dead before their turn ever came. The CMA obviously realized they were slow when, in 2001, they inducted 11 artists as opposed to the usual 2 or 3.

However, I must say that I am shocked that Strait made it in before Barbara Mandrell, who inducted her friend Ralph Emery this year. Babs was truly an incredible force in Country Music in the 1980's, entering the realm of Hollywood as a well known Country Star, serving as an ambassador for the industry, offering a more pop style to Country and making Country fans out of people who, until they heard her, might have never liked Country Music.

But that's just my opinion...

Your Hoss,
Jared Vaughn <>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Sunday, September 02, 2007 at 19:12:49 (CEST)
The script that saves new entries for the forum has been out of order since I moved the site to a new server several days ago, due to a small oversight on my part, and since no one who tried to post has sent an e-mail to make me aware of the problem, I didn't discover it until now, after I started wondering why there were no new posts for such a long time...
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Saturday, September 01, 2007 at 10:12:46 (CEST)

CMA Hall of Fame inductees were announced today. A very deserving Ralph Emery and Mel Tillis. I don't get the inclusion of Vince Gill. Although very talented, he does not have the legacy of others who are overlooked yet again. Dottie West was the first country female to win a Grammy and yet again, she is passed by. It was people like her and Patsy Cline who paved the way for the ones today. If Patsy were not already inducted, I shudder to think how long it would take. Who's next years inductee? LeAnn Rimes?
Tim Poole <>
St Charles, IL USA - Wednesday, August 08, 2007 at 00:12:04 (CEST)
The best stereo version of "Imagine That" I've come across, is on an album called "The Definitive Collection". It's fantastic, infinitely better than on "The Patsy Cline Story". And the sound on every song is great! I highly recommend it!
Huge Patsyfan
Monday, August 06, 2007 at 21:38:38 (CEST)
Sandy Kelly performs as Patsy Cline in:

Patsy Cline - The Ultimate Concert
Derngate Theatre. Northampton UK
Monday 1st October 2007 at 8 pm

Derngate Theatre
Box Office
Northampton, NN1 1TU

Tel: (01604) 624811
Tel: (01604) 233095

Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, United Kingdom - Wednesday, August 01, 2007 at 18:54:10 (CEST)
Here are the Labor Day weekend events in Winchester, VA, hosted by APC fan club.

Friday dinner/auction $26.00 (includes prime rib)
Saturday fan club luncheon $14.00
Saturday Picnic at Madigan Farm on Sensey Rd

Sunday I am assuming gravesite service and trip to Jim McCoy's in Berkley Springs, WVA

Please pay in advance to APC Fan Club, PO Box 4436, Winchester VA 22604 .... Note that PO box has changed.

This will be the 20th meeting and the Fan Club President welcomes all.

Host hotel is Holiday Inn 540-667-3300 though events will take place at the TravelLodge. Red Roof and Super 8 are also nearby. If you stay at Holiday Inn, mention you are with APC to receive special rate.

Jimmy Walker <>
Tuesday, July 31, 2007 at 03:53:12 (CEST)
Let's bring Patsy to the attention of the world. Yeah. My daughter and I love her. My girl sounds just like her. Oh yeah, we love Patsy. From Australia.
Pauline P Briggs <>
Sunday, July 29, 2007 at 11:01:38 (CEST)
I have been a big fan of Patsy's for a long time. Ever since I was little. I don't know what it is about her that I love so much. Maybe it is the way she can sing soft and sultry and growel the next. Every time I catch a scent of Windsong, her favorite perfume, I feel like she is near me. Like she is wrapping her arms around me giving me a great big hug and saying "I know Honey! I love you too!"
Charles <>
Clinton, AR U.S.A. - Sunday, July 29, 2007 at 05:35:14 (CEST)
Hi Helen, Per & All...

Helen, it's always hilarious to see your comment "Where's Jared". Thanks for thinking of me!

So here's a story for you hosses:

The other day I was in a Atlanta department store and an instrumental version of "I Fall to Pieces" came on. So naturally I started humming. All of a sudden this woman beside me says so very casually "Lord, Patsy. Why'd you have to get on that plane, girl?"

Now, I've never met Lisa who runs, but I swear that reminded me of something I think she'd say. And it may be wrong of me, but I want bumper stickers that say that.

I love that the world still thinks of our girl.

And all the hosses said "AMEN!"

Your Hoss,
Jared Vaughn <>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Tuesday, July 24, 2007 at 07:06:10 (CEST)
Where's Jared?
Helen Smith <>
England, UK - Saturday, July 21, 2007 at 17:39:17 (CEST)
Was recently looking round Nashville on Google Earth and noticed tons of country music stars' homes are marked on the map. Found Patsy's street, but don't know which is her house. If anyone knows which house was 815 Nella Drive (or any of her other homes in Nashville) can you mark it on? I just think she should be on there with all the other big names, particularly as she was so influential to many of them.

Per, just to add to the congratulations from others. Well done on your 11 years of keeping the Cline Clan informed and in touch. You have done a fab job and are a champ.

Hope everyone who is going to Winchester has fun. Please take lots of photos and share them with those of us who are 3000 miles away and unable to attend. Can't tell you how much you are appreciated.

Cath <>
Newcastle, England - Saturday, July 14, 2007 at 18:25:48 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Cath! /Per
Someone asked about Sandy Kelly in the UK. I can't recall who asked or where, but here is the answer:

Sandy Kelly in a tribute to Patsy
Patsy Cline - The Concert
Wednesday, 19/9/07, 8:00PM
Millfield Theatre, Silver Street, Edmonton, London, N18 1PJ

More details here.

Bernard <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Thursday, July 12, 2007 at 16:58:37 (CEST)
All my "Patsy-puppies".
Get your bags packed, put the pedal to the metal and head for the best Patsy fun-filled weekend... Labour day weekend... "Winnie" is the place to be. Being that this is the 20th anniversary for us to pay our respect and honour to Patsy, we just have to attend... So come on out, wear a happy face and lets kindle all those wonderful friendships we have made during the years.
Thanks, Per, for this wonderful site.
The Armstrong family.
Norm, Annie, Sheree, Andy, Marnie, kids and spouses

Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph Ontario - Monday, July 09, 2007 at 16:50:33 (CEST)
Happy 4th of July, Patsy Fans!!
Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY USA - Wednesday, July 04, 2007 at 19:14:19 (CEST)
Hey Per, Wow, another year has gone by & your site is still #1! Thanks for 11 wonderful years! I'm sure all the Patsifans around the world feel the same! Here's to 11+ more! Congrats!
Sean <>
Nashville, TN - Friday, June 29, 2007 at 16:06:19 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Sean! /Per
Thanks again for a great 11 years on cyperspace! Per, your site is the greatest!!
Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY - Thursday, June 28, 2007 at 20:09:13 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Robyn! /Per
Per, Happy Anniversary. I believe this weeks marks your entry into cyberspace for Patsy.
Thanks for the memories... Crazy and non-crazy.
Jimmy W <>
Wednesday, June 27, 2007 at 02:57:58 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Jimmy! /Per
In the past year or so, I have become a big Patsy Cline fan! (I know, I know... what took me so long?) I want to thank you for this wonderful website dedicated to the memory of this one of a kind lady! It has helped me so much in preparing for the role of "Patsy" in an upcoming performance of "Always... Patsy Cline". Keep up the great work and thanks again!
Jennifer <>
Elberton, GA 300635 - Tuesday, June 26, 2007 at 03:52:24 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks for your kind words, Jennifer! /Per
Oh my, I did a show tonight at my church and it was AMAZING!!! It was to show the community church and others who all came, that just because you love God doesn't mean you can't celebrate life and have some fun. Stereotypes do exsist, unfortunately. Anyway, it was a variety show through the years up till 1980 and starting with the "depression era". I went up and sang two Patsy Cline songs in costume and it was nothing less than amazing! I just wanted to share that. It's almost 2 am and I can't sleep cause I'm so excited still about it all!!! Take care! Love, Chrissy
Chrissy <>
Warren, Mi 48088 - Saturday, June 23, 2007 at 07:54:07 (CEST)
I love your website. It's the very first one that I came across when I became a "Patsifan" a few years ago looking for facts about Patsy. Now I've learned so much about her that I've become a "HUGE PATSIFAN". I've seen the play "Always, Patsy Cline" seven times and loved every show. Thanks for having such a great site.
Brandi Erin "Patsy" Rook Douglas <>
Ventura, CA USA - Wednesday, June 20, 2007 at 09:20:30 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Brandi! /Per
Hi Patsifans,
I'm fifteen years old and I LOVE Patsy. I just wanted to let everyone know that there's a rare video of Patsy singing "Walkin' After Midnight" on "Youtube". I had never seen it before and I thought it was really good of "the Cline". Watch it and see what you think.
Brandi Erin "Patsy" Rook Douglas <>
Ventura, CA USA - Tuesday, June 12, 2007 at 01:09:39 (CEST)
Patsy Cline is one of the greatest female country singers. She has a fine unique style of singing of her own and there is not anybody who can sing the same as her. She is in a league of her own. May she rest in peace.
Adam James Glennane
Liverpool, UK - Sunday, June 10, 2007 at 13:51:36 (CEST)

If you go to, Lisa Flood's Patsy site, then go into the section called "Patsy Cline's Sessions", you'll see 2 versions of "A Poor Man's Roses". The first is the Four Star version, and the second is the Decca version. But, the Four Star version sounds a little different to me than the version I have, which is on the MCA Cline boxed set. The sample of the version on the Patsified site has got someone playing the fiddle in it, whereas the recording of the same version on the boxed set has no fiddle. Does anyone know where this version containing the fiddle-playing comes from? Is it an alternate take, and if so, what recording is it on? Thanks.
Thursday, June 07, 2007 at 01:01:08 (CEST)
Comment: That fiddle is overdubbed, it is not an alternate take. I first heard that version when I had purchased the LaserLight 3-CD collection from 1993, and there are a few more songs in that collection that are also overdubbed with that darn fiddle... Personally I hate that fiddle deeply... /Per
Hi Per and all!

Just wanted to tell you all about the new YouTube post I found today. It's a clip from Dolly Parton's 1980's variety show featuring Dolly, Jan Howard, Del Wood, Kitty Wells, Jeannie Pruitt, Jean Shepard, Norma Jean, Skeeter Davis and Minnie Pearl talking backstage at The Ryman Auditorium. Jeannie Pruitt (Miss "Satin Sheets") tells a GREAT Patsy Cline story that I'd never heard before about Patsy's wigs. Check it out here:

Secondly, has it been 11 years already, Per? Seems like 10 just yesterday! Congrats and thanks for keeping the circle between us Patsy fans unbroken!

Your Hoss,
Jared Vaughn <>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Wednesday, June 06, 2007 at 09:47:15 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks! Well, the date is June 27, but close enough... :-) /Per
Congrats to 11 years on cyperspace, Per. Your site is the greatest!!! Happy June to everyone and take care.
Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY USA - Sunday, June 03, 2007 at 18:19:52 (CEST)
Comment: Thanks, Robyn! /Per
Happy memorial day to all Patsy fans out there!! :)
Robyn Jones <>
Syracuse, NY USA - Sunday, May 27, 2007 at 02:32:40 (CEST)
This internet radio station has been playing a lot of Patsy over the past couple of days.

And a lot of real good quality country music.

Bernard Green <>
Sharnbrook, UK - Friday, May 25, 2007 at 20:42:44 (CEST)
Hello again :), I was just wondering if ANYONE knows if the lyrics to "A Sometimes Marriage" are in exsistence for others to see? ... It was said in the book "Love Always, Patsy" that she was going to write a song called "A Sometimes Marriage" and ever since I read that, I have been SO extremely curious to see the lyrics to that song she was writing. I'm not even sure if she ever finished it or it was just an idea in her head of a song she wanted to write? I'm a song writer myself, you've never heard of me I'm sure, never got any of my songs noticed yet, but I almost want to wrte a song with the feel that title of her song gives me. (though I am a published author :) under the name Christine Gavagan) I can already imagine the feel of her song through the title and I'm certain it had to do with her being away so much on the road performing and her husband being away as much as he was with the army. Missing her children, her husband and so on. How torn she must have felt having to leave each time. God Bless her for giving so much of herself to so many, creating two precious lives (Julie and Randy) and also being a loving wife to Charlie. I miss her and I didn't even know her. The more I listen to her music, the more I read and learn about her, the more I really love her, not just for the entertainer that she was, but for who she was. I admire her strenght and I thank God for letting her spend what time she did down here on earth.
Chrissy <>
Warren, Mi 48088 - Thursday, May 24, 2007 at 05:38:46 (CEST)
Hi, to the person who just bought the "Duets" CD, I agree with you. I don't mind some of the duets, and am especially fond of "Too Many Secrets" (the fact that they took out the word "cigarettes" from the second verse to be politically correct made me laugh the first time I heard it). But new instrumentation with just Patsy would've delighted me! I have to give credit to the fact that Patsy sounds simply astounding on this CD, though, (not that she isn't astounding anyway), which is why I listen to most of the duets at all. I mean, she sounds as if she'd just recorded these songs! As far as the last 2 songs, "How Can I Face Tomorrow" and "Hungry For Love", they of course sound fantastic!
Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at 21:27:38 (CEST)
I'm a fan of P Cline and her music.
Nice website.
Greetings from SWEDEN.
Tony <>
Sweden - Monday, May 21, 2007 at 23:24:21 (CEST)
Hello, just wanted to say that I bought the CD of Patsy Cline Duets and am listening to the last song right now. Who else has heard it and what are YOUR thoughts? I found I was waiting for the other singers to be done so Patsy would come back. lol Not that the others aren't musically gifted in their own right. I should have known I'd feel that way. I'm not one who likes a song being done after it's already perfect in my mind. :) There are rare occasions when something just works and you know it, and though this was a sweet way of remembering Patsy, I couldn't really "feel" it as I do when Patsy is carrying the song on her own so beautifully it could make even an angel cry.
Chrissy <>
Warren, Mi 48088 - Sunday, May 20, 2007 at 06:12:36 (CEST)
I just have to say I am a huge Patsy Cline fan. Although I did not live during her unfortunately short life, during mine, I have come to know and love the woman who has touched so many people with her hertfelt songs and heart touching voice. My favorte song is "She's Got You" which I could listen to over and over. Wasn't she a beautiful lady, so full of charm and grace. I wish she could have lived longer, but the world was blessed by having her here for as long as she was.
Heather Wood <>
Asheboro, NC USA - Friday, May 18, 2007 at 00:38:25 (CEST)
My grandma basically got me obsessed with Patsy, so I just thought I'd say hey hello.
Shirice <>
Winchester, Va USA - Thursday, May 17, 2007 at 00:04:48 (CEST)
Hey there and Hello Gerry from Canada! :) Just wanted to let you know that pictures of Patsy can be found all over the internet. A great place to find costumes would either be on ebay (as long as you know her exact size - sm. med. or lg. or if she's a size 6 or a size 12 womens.?.) You need to know this in order to get her something that will fit just right. I am also a tribute artist to Ms. Patsy Cline and do a lot of looking around at "resale" shops. Sometimes you can find a lot of neat things; full circle skirts, vintage button up blouses, scarfs and other neat stuff like rhinstone jewelry for Patsy's "glam" style. If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask. Oh, summer is almost here, check out garage sales! :) Good luck to you. By any chance, does your wife have a web site where I could hear her sing or see a picture of her? I love hearing others pay tribute to Patsy! She was, no IS GREAT!!!
Chrissy <>
Warren, Mi United States - Wednesday, May 16, 2007 at 04:13:42 (CEST)
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