At the Riverside Park Ballroom
in Phoenix, Arizona, 1960.
Photo by Johnny Franklin.

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Happy Holidays everyone!
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY - Monday, December 24, 2001 at 01:25:57 (MET)
Hi Per, just want to wish you and all my "Patsy Puppies" all around the world... a very Merry Christmas. Keep up the good work. Love reading all the material from those great Patsy fans. Keeping cool in Canada, I remain, ever, a true fan and friend of Patsy's.
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph, ON Canada - Sunday, December 23, 2001 at 05:03:30 (MET)
Hi, I'm Brandi. I'm Patsy Cline's fourth cousin, we have family pictures of her everywere. She's a very good idol transsetter.
Brandi <the weedy three>
Centerhill, FL USA - Monday, December 17, 2001 at 01:12:11 (MET)
I have just visited this site for the first time and was so happy to find it. I am so happy to see there are other Patsy fans. I have loved Patsy since I was 10 years old. I am 25 now. My daughter who is 6 loves her too. She is always singing Patsy songs. I have many pictures and have just recently started to collect as many Patsy memorbilia that I can get. Thanks so much for this site. It makes us all connected in a way.
Mandy Murphy <>
Scottsburg, In USA - Monday, December 10, 2001 at 02:50:11 (MET)
Comment: Thanks for your kind words, Mandy, and thanks for visiting! /Per
I got a mail today, from Erica Dawn, with some very exciting news! Things are finally beginning to go her way! I have gotten Erica's permission to post her mail here:
"Dear Per, Hello, how have you been? It's been a long time since I have talked with you. I'm writing to tell you that a lot of wonderful things have happened since the last time we chatted on the MSN chat. Well, now is a good time as any so... I'll start at the beginning... Back in August I sent in a demo CD and letter to a man named Robert Metzgar of Nashville. Basically, the letter said that I had been singing for sometime and I really was looking for more of an opportunity than I had here in Butler. The songs I sent down were, 'Someday You'll Want Me', 'Have You Ever Been Lonely', 'Leather and Lace' and 'If You Ever Did Believe'. Well... I must have said something right in the letter, because Mr. Metzgar called me the day after I sent it, saying that he has never heard a voice like mine, thought it was really unique! At first I was a little afraid to get involved, but I soon discovered how well known he is in Nashville. He is friends with Garth Brooks, George Jones. Has worked with Frank Sinatra, Faith Hill, Shania Twain, Willy Nelson, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn, and the Dixie Chicks, just to name a few. He is in the Independent Producer Hall of Fame and has had 13 gold records with artists' he's produced and 10 platinum records!

We began working together, and he said that what he does is... I go down to Nashville to record around 10 songs (never recorded). The songs came from the unreleased music catalog of Warner Bros. and Sony record labels. He sent me up around 200 songs and I had to narrow it down to 10 that I wanted to record. And we set up a date to come down and record them. So Nov, 15th, 16th and 17th, my parents, brother and I flew down and I recorded them! Per, the songs that I heard played back to me are wonderful! And that was just the raw recording (music and voice), they weren't even mixed yet! The songs in order I recorded them: 'Leavin' On Your Mind'(I had to do this one!), 'Deeper Waters', 'I Don't Deserve You', 'Honky Tonk Angels', 'No Pain, No Gain', 'Real Love', 'Leavin' Standin' Tall', 'She Took It Like A Woman', 'After Losing You' and 'Don't Worry About Me'. The last song is really my favorite, ah, I don't know how to describe it, but the music is a slow traditional country waltz, then a beautiful steel guitar and mandolin! I took my time with this song, because it was so slow, I really added my own style. After I finished recording it, there was complete silence... Then Mr. Metzgar came over to the speakers and said, 'Well... you just sang the absolute SHIT out of that song!' It was wonderful!

Now, what they are doing now is mixing the songs to get the best possible result from them, you know, fixed the little mistakes and such. I should receive the final product sometime this week! And the best part is, these are MY songs, I can sell them, and even give them to radio stations! (Have any stations that would play country music?) Mr. Metzgar's job now is to first, finish the songs, then he puts together a package deal to major record labels. With the help of my image consulant, yep that's right, I have an IMAGE CONSULANT! They are going to 'pitch' me to the major labels. The months when the labels sign new artists are Jan, Feb and March. Things are looking very good, and he even called Tammy Wynette's manager she had before she died, and told him about me, saying, 'you really need to hear this girl!'

So... to bring you into the present, I'm going back down to Nashville on Dec 14th, 15th and 16th for a photo shoot with the help of my image consulant. I will be getting a complete makeover! And the photographer taking the pictures has worked with ELVIS!!!!!!!! So, now I just waiting for the final mix of my CD and the trip to Nashville. Well, I gotta jet, I just wanted to give you an update on things... that are finally starting to go my way! Write soon! And take care! Much Love, Erica Dawn".
Well, folks, isn't that something? I am absolutely thrilled to bits about it! This is what I hoped would happen when I first heard her sing, and made her page a couple of years ago! Attagirl, Erica Dawn! And click here to see two recent pictures, taken in Nashville!
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Monday, December 03, 2001 at 19:08:12 (MET)

This site is cool. I like this site and visit everyday. Everyone is welcome to mail me.
Rana <>
Amsterdam, Holland - Monday, December 03, 2001 at 11:43:44 (MET)
It's been along time now I've come to see these pages. I was looking back and reading some of the first pages... Lots of good info. I see many names that over the years I seen the love and connection to Patsy. I was wondering if anyone knows if or when the Patsy museum will open. If so, how will they fill it. I have many many items that I will someday either want to give or loan them. Please e me with info if anyone can. There is a member of the fan club that use to e and call but somehow we have lost track... Does anyone know how to reach Gary Spradlin. If so please e me or e him for me. Thank you
Steven Potter <>
Sweetwater, TN U.S.A. God Bless Her - Friday, November 30, 2001 at 17:19:56 (MET)
Patsy didn't record any duets while she was alive. However, she did perform several duets on TV that have been preserved. In addition to the two kineoscopes Per mentions below, there is also footage of Patsy singing a duet with Cowboy Copas on "I'm Hogtied Over You" and in a quartet with Copas, Eddy Arnold and June Valli on "Reuben, Reuben I've Been Thinking" from the Ozark Jubilee in 1960. Plus, from the Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry, two duets with singer Bobby Lord on the songs "Remember Me (I'm The One Who Loves You)" and "Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)". The latter duet was taped in Feburay 1963, just a couple of weeks before the plane crash. In 1981, Owen Bradley created 2 duets featuring Patsy & Jim Reeves, by combining their master recordings of "Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue)" and "I Fall To Pieces". RCA released "Have You Ever Been Lonely" in November 1981, and it reached #5 on Billboard. MCA released "I Fall To Pieces" in June 1982, and it reached #56 on the charts. In the late '80's, an unauthorized duet of "Lonely Street" was created with an unknown female singer. The song was not supposed to be released to the public, but it did end up on the LaserLight 3-CD Set (Volume 3, to be specific). In 1993, for the CD "Honky Tonk Angels", Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette added their Harmony Vocals to Patsy's original 1960 recording of "Lovesick Blues". And, of course, there was also the CD "Patsy Cline Duets, Vol. 1", featuring duets of Patsy with Bob Carlisle, John Berry, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Glen Campbell, Mila Mason, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Crystal Gayle and Michelle Wright.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Thursday, November 29, 2001 at 17:27:19 (MET)
I am a singer who adores Patsy Cline and have been told I sound a bit like her - I would really love to do some of her songs on a CD, but I don't know the first thing about where to go for permission to use her material - does anyone have any suggestions - If yes, please email them to me and use PatsyCline as subject, thanks.
Susan <>
Canada - Monday, November 26, 2001 at 05:38:29 (MET)
Starting Nov 20 . . out of the blue, started hearing Patsy singing "Faded Love" over and over and over in my sleep. The next night it was something else . . "Back in Baby's arms" . . and then Thurs . . another one . . any ideas??? I have a Patsy Cline cassette . . but haven't played it in over a year. Kinda bizarre . . Any idea what she might be trying to tell me from the other side?
Phyllis <>
Boonville, Mo usa - Saturday, November 24, 2001 at 16:49:47 (MET)
I am from Charles Town, West Virginia, which is about 20 miles from Winchester, Virginia, Patsy's hometown. WXVA, the local AM radio station, was hosted by a DJ named Bill Peer who fronted his own band named, if I recall correctly, The Melody Boys. Patsy sang in his band and played the local VFW and American Legions in Charles Town and nearby Frederick and Brunswick, Maryland. On Route 340 between Charles Town and Berryville, Virginia is a roadhouse that was named "Rainbow Road" initially, then changed to "The Old Orchard Inn". I played that club, on the same stage as Patsy, in the 1960s. It was a real rough joint with fights and occasional gunfire in the parking lot. After the "Sweet Dreams" movie the name was changed back to "Rainbow Road". The club can be seen in the movie during the argument between Patsy and Charlie. One of my school classmates was a girl named Patsy Peer, Bill's daughter and named after Patsy. Just some brief reflections from a guy that was fortunate to be from the same area and and be intimately familiar with the local influences on Patsy's life and career.
Elmer Dillow <>
Nevada - Sunday, November 18, 2001 at 20:52:24 (MET)
Chastity Crosby <>
Harrisonburg, Va USA - Tuesday, November 13, 2001 at 23:50:53 (MET)
Comment: Thank you very much! /Per
Hey all, I went to see Dwight Y last night. As I was approaching the venue I hear "Crazy". One of our local radio stations was broadcasting and Patsy was blaring all over downtown Lexington, KY! Thanks WBUL! Especially Dusty Dan ( Always Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <>
Saturday, November 10, 2001 at 16:32:06 (MET)
Just received the CD in the mail of Patsy live at the Cimmaron Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is incredible. I have already listened to it 4 times in 2 days. It is the first time I have actually heard her speaking voice. Wondering if Patsy recorded any duets with any other singers. I have never seen anything at the store but hoping she did. Thanks, Kim Horn
Kim Horn <>
Miami, OK USA - Saturday, November 10, 2001 at 06:37:46 (MET)
Comment: As far as I know, Patsy did not record any duets, apart from the two Christmas songs recorded on Kinescope film, which are described on the recording sessions page, but those are not available to the public, unfortunately... /Per
Hello friends: I'm a professional tango singer and writer who love to our inmortal Patsy Cline. How I'd love to get in touch with Patsy's fans and fellows (we're part of her life and legacy, too)... Just I know how I'd love it!!! I'm writing a short story with Patsy as a character. Someday, I'll try sing to her memorie. Thanks to let me be a little (but passionated) part of this miracle called Patsy Cline.
Sergio Logioco <>
Rosario, Sta. Fe, Argentina - Monday, November 05, 2001 at 05:59:28 (MET)
It feel so good that a lot of people love Patsy as person and her songs. Thanks Patsy for your lovely music, not a day without Patsy. A fan from Belgium, René
René Scheerens <>
Belgium - Sunday, November 04, 2001 at 00:09:19 (MET)
I love Patsy!
The Waco Kid <>
Waco, Tx McLennon - Friday, November 02, 2001 at 00:05:07 (MET)
Hello everyone: I have been a Patsy Cline fan for many years. I imitate Patsy and have won several contests singing "Crazy". I have also sang her songs with live bands. I hope I don't sound like I am bragging, because while I believe that my voice is within the same range as Patsy's was, and while I also believe that I can imitate her with the best of them, I do not claim that my voice surpasses hers by any means. I was wondering if anyone might know how I could purchase Patsy's songs on "Sheet Music" for my pianist. Thank you one and all for any help. God bless all of you and God Bless America.
Angela Palermo <>
Goldendale, WA USA - Friday, October 26, 2001 at 19:50:05 (MET)
Dear Per & Patsy Fans, Hi... A friend of mine recommended this site about Patsy & I'm glad my friend did because there are so many Fans of Patsy's on it with all kinds of information etc. Can anyone tell me where I can find the biography about Patsy written by Ellis Nassour? An associate told me about his book about her & how great it was. I would appreciate any information regarding Nassour's book from any of you Patsy fans! I work for a major airline carrier & I don't get alot of time home, but it's great to have a good book to read when I'm away. Denise
Denise Campbell <>
Los Angeles, CA America - Friday, October 26, 2001 at 06:52:19 (MET)
I would like to know if someone can tell me a web page where I might download some of Patsy's songs, preferrably "Crazy" and "Walkin after midnight"? Please email the url to me. Thank you very much.
Humphrey Holith <>
Foley, AL 36535 - Friday, October 26, 2001 at 05:20:06 (MET)
Hi there, I was kinda new to the site, when I was surfin and everything and it shocked me to see how many people were Patsy Cline fans along with myself...I am 31 yrs old, and was not really into country music... But however I do love the movie "Sweet Dreams", everytime it comes on VH-1 I watch it, along with what other channels it comes on, I find movies like that very interesting to know how people lived before they became famous... Along with talkin to people who knew famous people as well... I am really amazed as well that a child of Patsy Cline is taking the time and initative to reply to the messages posted on the websites as well, most kin to famous people will not even give the public the time of day... Keep responding, Julie... Plus the fact 6 months ago I was in the state of Tennessee while driving a friend there and did not even know that's where Patsy Cline lived... Right around where I went through to get to where I was goin in Tennessee... But that's been my biggest dream is visiting the Grand Ole Opry... For I am into country music myself... I am a fan of Patsy's as well, I love her song "Walking after midnight" along with the song "Blue Moon of Kentucky"... But to know as well that soo many authors that have written books about her too have posted messages on the message board as well... If there is a Patsy Cline Fan Club I would definitely like to join it... Thanks for letting me visit for your message board... This was my first time here and I am most honored at everything I have read on the fan forum as well...
Wendy Mellor <>
Gadsden, Al USA - Thursday, October 25, 2001 at 09:14:01 (MET)
Just wanted to thank everyone for answering my Patsy questions. I had a great response. This is by far my "favorite" Patsy site. I have learned a lot of great things from this site that I did not know about Patsy. I think one of the reasons she is so loved, besides her wonderful voice, is that she appears to have had the kind of personality that makes us all think she could have been our best girlfriend. Patsy was one of those rare people that proved to be truly larger than life.
Kim Horn <>
miami, ok usa - Thursday, October 25, 2001 at 06:37:36 (MET)
I have been away from the site for a while, and just took some time to catch up. I have done my best to obtain every song Patsy recorded, love reading or hearing stories about her, and adore seeing photos, but it is beyond me why anyone would want to own a piece of the plane she was killed in for anything other than research purposes. I would much prefer to remember Patsy as the gutsy, talented, down-to-earth woman that she was, and to hear how her music touched so many lives (as it has mine). Belated congratulations to Julie and family!
Marty <>
New Berlin, NY - Wednesday, October 24, 2001 at 04:45:22 (MET)
I have been a Fan of Patsy Cline since I first heard her singing "Crazy" many years ago on the radio here in Atlanta. A lot of entertainers have sung her songs, however, none of them can duplicate her talents! I have learned a great deal about her life and friends in a book called "Honky Tonk Angel" written by an author named Ellis Nassour. My friends told me about this book, so I bought one. I have now learned much about Patsy after reading this book. Number One Fan! Alisia
Alisia Thompson <>
Atlanta, GA USA - Tuesday, October 23, 2001 at 22:22:51 (MET)
I recently saw a movie on Patsy Cline's life called "Sweet Dreams", and am doing research on her life because I thought she was a very intriguing woman. Everything about Patsy is very interesting. I would love to visit her home town in hopes to learn more about her. I have a friend who is more of a fan of hers then I am. I had heard of her before, but got more interested in her in the past three and a half months. I would have done anything to meet her if I had been born when she was still alive.
Missy Carr <>
Laporte, IN USA - Monday, October 22, 2001 at 19:39:41 (MET)
George, the duets single, "That Wonderful Someone" was the first single off that CD and I beleive the only one. I have a CD single of it. If my memory serves me right, it did chart in the lower end of the charts. I thought it would have been a great on the Christian Music Charts, but I don't know if it charted or not. I also remember another song charting, I think "Lovesick Blues". It was not a single but an album cut that got a lot of interested/airplay. I know Bill Cox has some great reference resource. Looking forward to his input. Jimmy W
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY - Monday, October 22, 2001 at 02:50:58 (MET)
Hey there everyone! I think this site to Patsy is cool! I started listening to Country music about 10 years ago & I really enjoyed hearing Patsy Cline. I found a book at a Nashville Bookstore by an author named Ellis Nassour & after reading it, I really felt that I had learned alot about Patsy Cline. I couldn't put it down because it was so very interesting & factual! Also, I enjoy reading all of the letters sent in on this site. Nathaniel Taylor, Nashville, TN
Nathaniel Taylor <>
Shelbyville, TN USA - Saturday, October 20, 2001 at 07:28:33 (MET)
Hey all... Just a few quick questions; But, first of all, Kim, I can answer some of yours. Yes, Patsy co-wrote two songs she recorded: "A Stranger In My Arms", and "Don't Ever Leave Me Again", under her real name, Virginia Hensley. Second, Patsy's instrument was the piano. She learned to play by ear at a very early age, but sort of gave it up when she started her recording carrer. There are a few nice publicity photos of her "tinkering away" at a piano, though. Anyways, my first question is geared towards the Patsy Cline Duets... When Volume One was released in 1999, I had heard that they were planning on releasing/promoting "That Wonderful Someone" as the first single of the album. Can anyone tell me whatever happened there? Did it get radio play? Did it chart? Were any other tracks off the Duets CD released as singles? My second question is regarding the 1962 version of Patsy's "You're Stronger Than Me". Does anyone know if there exists a stereo copy of that track out there somewhere, on some album? Any information at all will be helpful. Thanks. Always, George =o)
George Hewitt <>
Edmonton, AB Canada - Friday, October 19, 2001 at 21:14:50 (MET)
Hey all. Just rec'd a brochure on a new video series, Opry Family Reunion. Patsy is included in the 8 vol. set. She performs "Leavin' on Your Mind" from a Pet Milk Grand Ole Show. Yes, a video. I don't know if it is complete or not. Mandy Barnett is also on the same video. The set includes alot of artists from Patsy's era, along with some of the new folks. There is 4-5 hours of rare b/w footage from the 50-60's. Call 1-800-980-8479 or go to I am hopeing these will be under the Christmas tree. Not sure if I mentioned this already, but there is a short article on the lady that took one of the last pictures of Patsy in KS. It is in Country Music Mag. with Toby Keith on the cover. Contact me privately if you would like to get a copy of the picture. Mildred does sell them. Always, Jimmy W, charter member of APC
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY - Sunday, October 14, 2001 at 00:09:48 (MET)
Just a few questions I wonder if anyone can answer for me about Patsy? Did her mother raise her children after she died or did they stay with their father? What has happened to her first husband? Did he stay in their hometown? Did Patsy graduate from high school? What was Patsy's favorite song of all the songs she sang? Did Patsy write any of her songs? Did she play any instruments? My library unfortunately has no Patsy books, but they have ordered one for me. Just too curious to wait on the book. Would appreciate any answers. Thanks to everyone.
Kim Horn <>
Miami, OK USA - Friday, October 12, 2001 at 04:08:45 (MET)
Howdy gang! I was on e-bay and noticed quite alot of neat Patsy stuff. There is a 7-inch 33/1/3 jukebox single from the "That's How a Heartache Begins" LP and one from 1962 as well. Also a 45 w/ pic sleeve "Leaving on Your Mind". Just wanted to let you all know this. Take care... Wade
Wade Settle <>
Nashville, TN USA - Monday, October 08, 2001 at 18:51:15 (MET)
Hello, my name is Faye Morgan & I live in Indianapolis, Indiana. In the late 1950's & early 1960's I lived in Nashville, Tennessee. I was involved in Country Music. Loretta Lynn & her husband Mooney lived with my husband & myself when they first came to Nashville. As Loretta was starting to get on the Grand Ole Opry, she became friends with Patsy Cline. Loretta, Patsy, Dottie West & I used to hang out together in Nashville. I have several photos on my Website that you might enjoy. Before Loretta came to Nashville, I was already close friends with Jean Shepard & her husband Hawkshaw Hawkins. As you are aware, Hawkshaw was killed in the plane crash along with Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas & Randy Hughes. As the years passed, many stories & books were being told & written about these Country Music Stars. The Best one that I have read that really describes Patsy & her life was the one titled: "Honky Tonk Angel - The Intimate Story of Patsy Cline" by Ellis Nassour. Nassour's Website is very balanced & honest & the photos in it are great! I would encourage you to visit his Website. I did & it was fun! Thanks! Faye Morgan
P.S. I Loved This Site As Well! A Great Job & Tribute!
Faye Morgan <>
Indianapolis, IN USA - Thursday, October 04, 2001 at 19:58:09 (MET)
Patsy really is timeless! I'm 21 and I think she's brilliant! She has a very special voice that no other singer can match, and she was also talented in that her music could not be categorised as country or pop. It is such a shame she was killed so tragically. Her music is very special to me. When I'm feeling depressed her music makes me feel better, but I also listen it when I'm happy. Patsy had that ability. I was fortunate to go to Virginia and Tennessee in the summer, what a beautiful place. I can imagine Patsy there. A great lady.
Helen Smith <>
England, UK - Monday, October 01, 2001 at 20:34:53 (MET)
My family and I recently saw "Always Patsy Cline" performed in Tulsa, OK. I thought it was incredible as did almost everyone in the audience. People were singing and clapping. It was wonderful. The very best thing for me happened half way through the show when I looked at my 10 year old daughter sitting next to me singing and clapping. She is a very big Patsy fan. On my other side was my 73 year old grandma doing the same. I realized why Patsy is so popular. Her music is timeless. There is something for everyone in her music. Whether they be 10, 33, or 73. I always get a lump in my throat when I hear her sing "Faded Love". It was my dad's favorite song and he has been gone for about three years. When I hear Patsy sing the song it makes me smile and think of him playing that song on his red gretch Chet Atkins electric guitar. Patsy is timeless. My grandma, daughter, and I share the love of Patsy's music. It is something that bonds us together. What a wonderful legacy she has left.
Kim Horn <>
Miami, OK usa - Saturday, September 29, 2001 at 04:41:58 (MET DST)
I think of myself as possibly the biggest Patsy fan alive. I have an entire room in my home (den) dedicated to her. I have actually run out of wall space. I have met many of you, including Charlie and Patsy's mom several times in Winchester during the Patsy Labor Day celebrations. I happen to have 4 authographed photos of Patsy that I am willing to sell if anyone is interested. I was going to offer them on eBay but thought I'd offer them to fans first. One of them has her name signed as "Kline" instead of Cline. Can anyone explain this?. I used to have an old album with Patsy singing one of her songs, and even the album cover spelled her name with a "k". I have since lost track of that album but will search for it. If anyone is interested in the photos (3 are 8x10 and 1 is 3x5) please email me. My best to all. Paul
Paul Huff <>
Rowlett, Texas USA - Tuesday, September 25, 2001 at 23:05:26 (MET DST)
In the '60's and early '70's, there were a couple of albums released by female artists on small labels that were touted as "Songs By Patsy Cline" that would contain one or two Patsy songs, plus a couple of the artist's own recordings. More recently, there was an all instrumental album called "Hats Off: A Tribute To Patsy Cline". The only major Patsy tribute album was Loretta Lynn's 1977 MCA album "I Remember Patsy". Loretta covered nine of Patsy's greatest hits, and the album ended in a recorded conversation between Loretta and Owen Bradley (who produced both Patsy and Loretta for Decca). This album is currently available on CD as "Loretta Lynn Sings Patsy Cline Favorites", but does not include the conversation with Owen.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Tuesday, September 25, 2001 at 13:51:10 (MET DST)
It was a pleasure, as always, to visit the Patsy Fan Forum... And I just have a couple of comments to make in regard to Julie's comments about all the Patsy Cline biographies. Of course, I have the utmost respect for Julie and her family. Her comments are general, but there is an edge to them. Regarding my Patsy biographies, which were the first and still are the most definitive, let me say ONCE AGAIN and, hopefully, FOR THE LAST TIME, I was not the one speaking. I did not add my voice to the attributed quotes from the interviews that were given to me by Patsy's mother, her husbands, intimate friends and those who worked with her throughout the country. If someone said something positive or negative, they said it. I didn't. And, if you know my books, I tried VERY HARD to be very objective and balance good comments with negative.

In the 18 years between Patsy's death and my first biography, very, very little was written about Patsy.

Two years before my first book, I had enough interest in Patsy (because of friends such as Loretta and Dottie, and because of meeting Charlie through Loretta) to do a series of magazine articles that renewed interest in this great entertainer's legacy. I know that there are things in my books the family does not agree with, but they should take those things up with the people who said them. Believe me, much was said that I found unprintable because either I found it in bad taste or just not necessary. My overriding concern at the time was that I did not want to offend Patsy's mother, who began the project with me, or her children, who really did not know their mother. If you read my books with an open mind, anyone but a very select few (as has been proven in the huge amount of fan support and letters I've received through the years) will see the books are a tribute to a fascinating, loving, gutsy, big-hearted woman who made a lasting impact not only on country music, but also music in general and pop culture around the world.

The nicest comments I get from fans is not that they enjoyed the book but that they were moved by it. If a writer can touch someone's heart by what he or she writes, I believe that is a gift. I attempted to bring to the reader, through the hundreds of people I interviewed, their impressions of Patsy and Charlie as they knew them. So, it does sting a bit when I see sniping at my books, even if it is couched in vague comments. In spite of comments made about me and my book through the years by Charlie, I have kept mum. I have no ill will toward Charlie and I don't know why he has ill will toward me. If he could allow Hollywood to create such untruths in the "Sweet Dreams" movie, even though he was paid huge sums of money, I don't think he should be pointing fingers at anyone. And, I would like it to be known that, when contacted by Charlie, or by Julie or Charlie's brother Mel, about certain things in my book that they didn't agree with, not only did I go back and research this, but if I felt they were correct, I changed these sections of the book. I set out to write a book about a great lady and her music and her era. Of course, not everyone is going to agree with everything and not everyone is going to like what they read. As I look back, I am proud of my accomplishment and proud the books have moved so many fans through the years, and I have absolutely no regrets about anything written in my books. I always like to point out that at least I made the effort to record Patsy's life on paper when, it seemed, no one else cared and no one else did. Thank you.

I would also like to add that, through the years, when asked by various organizations, such as the Country Music Hall of Fame, Winchester's Handley Library, keepers of the Patsy Cline Archives, the Winchester Visitors Center and the developers of the proposed Patsy Cline Museum, I have donated materials from the book, including tapes, photographs, posters, etc. and, for fund-raising purposes, copies of my book.
Ellis Nassour <>
New York, NY USA - Tuesday, September 25, 2001 at 13:50:05 (MET DST)

Great site. Good to see so many Patsy fans show so much support. Anyone know where to find tribute CDs for Patsy? Has there ever been one? Seems Hank Williams has one every week but not one for Patsy. Actually, Hank has yet another one coming out with Emmylou, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, and a bunch others. I think Emmylou could do a great version of "Yes I Understand". But that's just me ;)
Nashville, TN - Tuesday, September 25, 2001 at 02:55:06 (MET DST)
Hello Julie, With respect to his privacy... Could you just tell us what your brother, Randy, is up to these days... So little is known about him... Does he ever involve himself with the estate of your late mother and her memory? Ran into him in Madison, TN several years ago and was floored at his uncanny resemblance to your late mother. Thanks!
Alan Cofer <>
Georgetown, TN 37336 - Tuesday, September 25, 2001 at 02:14:55 (MET DST)
Hi, this is Eric Mills. I was selling the belly and tail section of Patsy's plane. I still have the belly section if anyone's interested, it's about the size of a car hood. I am selling it for $8,000. I am sorry if I have offended anyone, that's not what I'm trying to do. I did clear it with Cowboy Copas and Randy Hughes family and also Charlie Dick (her husband) but anyway, I'm sorry!!!
Eric Mills <>
Jackson, TN USA - Sunday, September 23, 2001 at 02:15:52 (MET DST)
Hi all... This is Julie. About books... If you want to know about Patsy, the book of letters from her to her friend is the best way to see Patsy. There are a lot of books, and I think there is some accurate info in them all. There is also so much junk in them, it would take all day to point it all out. And that is not just my prejudice opinion, that is the truth. (If you check it out, some of the books even contradict themselves). I felt that to get a real look at Patsy, read what she wrote.
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Saturday, September 22, 2001 at 21:19:59 (MET DST)

I have all of the books that I know about. I am in the middle of "Honky Tonk Angel", and it is the most accurate and detailed one I have ever seen. I got mine from Amazon Books on line.
Linda Cunningham <>
Winchester, VA - Wednesday, September 19, 2001 at 16:16:30 (MET DST)
The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear? Praying for our country.
Pam Underwood <pcutaz@prodigy,net>
Raleigh, NC USA - Tuesday, September 18, 2001 at 00:05:27 (MET DST)
Hey everyone... Does anyone know what is arguably the best Patsy Cline book out there? I'd like to do some reading, but I'd like to know which seems to be the best biography... Thanks. Always, George
George Hewitt <>
Edmonton, AB Canada - Monday, September 17, 2001 at 21:00:08 (MET DST)
I am fairly new to Patsy Cline but there is no voice like hers and will never be any person like her again. I see her as the original woman who could do it all and do it all well. She did things that women just did not do in her time and she did them with spunk, dignity, and did it her way. Love this site. I am sure I will be back many times.
Kim Horn <>
Miami, Ok USA - Saturday, September 15, 2001 at 04:25:43 (MET DST)
I absoultly love Patsy. I never heard about her till my grandfather gave me her album. Since then I listen to when ever I get a chance. She is an inspiration, now this year I bought her soundtrack (Pro Performance), "Sing like Patsy", so when I go to another pageant she'll be with when I have to sing. To me I suggest that if you really want a good album. Purchase any of these they are the best. I really love her and so does all of my family.
Brittni Sammons <>
Manila, AR United States - Friday, September 14, 2001 at 23:21:42 (MET DST)
Dear Per & friends, This is Julie. I just wanted to speak for a moment. Please pray for America. This is a very hard time, but we will be strong. God is in control. Thank you to everyone for all the great things being done. Thank you to all the people involved in every way in the rescue and aid efforts. Thank you to all those who are praying. Thank you, God for the comfort that only you can give. Be a good world neighbor. Put aside petty things, and unite. Fight evil. Even evil knows it will not win. May God Bless Us All.
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Thursday, September 13, 2001 at 21:49:24 (MET DST)

Hey folks... This is some information for those interested in obtaining a decent Cowboy Copas compilation. It is to be released October 9 on Westside Records, a UK label. It's titled "Copasetic: 1945-60 King and Starday". It's about time that something like this has come along. There is one on the same label by Hawkshaw Hawkins titled "I'm a Rattlesnake Daddy". I just bought it and it's awesome. Y'all email me and I will do my darndest to get back to ya. Take Care!
Wade Settle <>
Nashville, TN - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 at 20:00:58 (MET DST)
World peace E-mail. Please pray for world peace today... When multiple people pray, it works.
Johnny Franklin <>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 at 04:26:27 (MET DST)
For those of you familiar with the successful musical, "Always Patsy Cline", you will be familiar with the Louise Seger character who befriended Patsy in May of 1961. The real Louise Seger has been a friend of mine for more than 15 years now, I'm proud to say. In recent years, her health has been on the decline... So I thought it would be nice of all you folks who have enjoyed the show over the years, to send her a "get well" wish, or just to say hello and remind her of how much her story has touched lives over the years... I think she sometimes forgets that. Louise can be contacted via email at:
Alan <>
Chattanooga, TN USA - Monday, September 10, 2001 at 09:23:33 (MET DST)
Today I just got a CD with Patsy singing a couple of gospel songs. It reminded me of when I heard her on LP, many years ago. Good to hear it again!
Leonard <>
Herbster, WI - Monday, September 10, 2001 at 05:55:45 (MET DST)
Happy Birthday to the most wonderful woman that ever lived!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jennifer Landry <>
Port Neches, TX USA - Sunday, September 09, 2001 at 06:25:58 (MET DST)
I am just writing on this forum to wish a special angel, Patsy a very happy birthday and may her music and rememberance live on forever. She was a great person, very down to earth and funny. I love ya, Patsy! Forever Love, Christina*
Christina* <>
Sunday, September 09, 2001 at 05:00:28 (MET DST)
I really like Patsy's songs "I fall to pieces" and "Sweet Dreams" as well as so many more. I am wondering if her Gospel recordings are currently available. "Life's Railway to Heaven" is on an LP that I got long ago, but my turntable works like someone poured molasses into it about ten years ago. Are there any CDs with her gospel songs on them?
Leonard <>
Herbster, WI - Saturday, September 08, 2001 at 22:04:16 (MET DST)
I am wondering what Miss Cline's religious/spiritual convictions were.
Leonard <>
Herbster, WI - Saturday, September 08, 2001 at 21:36:30 (MET DST)
I want to wish Patsy a happy 69th Birthday today!!!!!! I hope she is smiling and looking down on us all, and appreciate the fact that she still lives on in our hearts and memory and her music is the living legacy that was left for us to enjoy... Jacki :)
Jacki <>
CANADA - Saturday, September 08, 2001 at 20:04:02 (MET DST)
There was a "clerical error" on the part of eBay, and the auction for the airplane pieces was accidentally deleted. It has been reinstated. For more info. about this, visit Lisa Flood's Patsified! site.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Saturday, September 08, 2001 at 13:34:17 (MET DST)
Wishing a happy birthday to the greatest singer in the history of recorded music! May she never be forgotten thanks to her exquisite, soulful voice and this great site. There are many imitators but there will never be another Patsy Cline.
Pam Underwood <>
Raleigh, NC USA - Saturday, September 08, 2001 at 03:43:55 (MET DST)
Hey Hoss's, Does anyone know why the peices of the plane in which we lost Patsy was pulled from eBay? I never understood why it was allowed to start with, or why it was not donated to the Patsy museum? Just wondering. Take care!
Steven Potter <>
Sweetwater, TN USA - Friday, September 07, 2001 at 02:54:13 (MET DST)
I just thought this would be interesting for anybody who likes to see Patsy Cline on TV. She might be on Biography the show, but they're offering to let people vote on who they like best and she's one of the choices. The other choices are good too. The Judds, Randy Travis, Clint Black are my favorites, anyone of them can win and I'll be happy! God bless.
Beatrice <>
Wednesday, September 05, 2001 at 20:52:08 (MET DST)
The professional production, "Always Patsy Cline" will be performed in Irene on Saturday, Sept. 15 at 7:30 p.m. Kaija Bonde, who looks and sounds nearly the same as Patsy - does a tremendous job portraying her. Robyn Starks Holcomb plays Louise Seger, who was one of Patsy's fans. The performance also brings a full band. Sitting in the audience will be like travelling in a time capsule - back in time - back to the 60's when Patsy was in her prime. I hope you have the opportunity to be there. For tickets call 605-263-3255, 605-263-3392 or 605-263-2423.
Cleo Waters <>
Irene, SD USA - Wednesday, September 05, 2001 at 05:18:57 (MET DST)
I wrote the following story for our local newspaper from information I researched on the NET. Thought you may be interested.

- Just who was Patsy Cline? -
by Cleo Waters

Patsy Cline was the first female solo artist inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame. Her classic records include "Walkin' after Midnight", "I Fall to Pieces", "Crazy", "She's Got You", and "Faded Love". Her birth name was Virginia Patterson Hensley. After she married Gerald Cline she shortened her middle name to "Patsy" for her stage name. Later she divorced Gerald and married Charlie Dick. She had two children, Julie and Randy. Patsy's mother, Hilda Hensley, sewed the cowgirl outfits that she always wore. She got her started in talent shows when she was a young girl and Patsy got her break to stardom on the Arthur Godfrey Talent Scout Show. In her rise to fame, Patsy demonstrated bold aggressiveness and because of that many people in her hometown didn't much care for her. But in spite of what the hometown people thought or felt, the rest of the world loved and respected her passion and her talent.

Her records soon hit the top of the charts and she was in demand in the entertainment circuits. Patsy loved her fans and she spent much of her time writing letters to them. Often she wrote late into the night from wherever she was and often it was on the hotel stationery that she penned her letters. She spent hours after her concerts signing autographs and talking. She used to call them on the telephone too; it was not unusual for her to talk to a fan for half an hour or more. She became very close friends with one of her fans and she told her about her premonition that she would die in an accident. That intuition proved to be true. She survived two automobile accidents then six months before her 32 birthday, she was killed in an airplane crash on her way back to Nashville from doing a benefit in Kansas City. Ironically, the benefit was for the family of a disc jockey who had died in a car accident.

The weather was very bad overhead after the Kansas City benefit and Dottie West (Patsy's friend) asked her to ride back to Nashville in the car with her. At first, Patsy agreed, then - unfortunately - changed her mind and rode on the plane with her manager, Randy Hughes and two co-performers Hawkshaw Hawkins & Cowboy Copas. When Dottie expressed concern about the plane and the weather, Patsy replied, "Don't worry about me, hoss, when it's my time to go, it's my time!" Right before the plane left Kansas City, Patsy spoke with her mother over the telephone - her last words to her mom were, "Well, I'll get back to you." Everyone on the plane died in the crash.

Thirty-eight years after her death, her popularity continues. It seems that Patsy's genuine love for her fans continues even now. Not only do those who remember her love her music, but people who weren't yet born when she died love her music and join her fan club. In 1993 the US Postal Service commemorated her with a Patsy Cline stamp and - finally - after all these years the people in her home town have begun reconciling. The town that she claimed as her home, Winchester, VA, is, at last, embracing her memory. In addition to raising funds for a museum and sponsoring a Sing-a-like Patsy Cline Contest, on May 2, 2002, her home town will dedicate its annual Apple Blossom Festival to her memory.

Patsy's grave marker in Winchester, VA reads "Virginia H Dick (Patsy Cline) 9-8-32 - 3-5-63. DEATH CANNOT KILL WHAT NEVER DIES".
Cleo Waters <>
Irene, SD USA - Wednesday, September 05, 2001 at 05:09:40 (MET DST)

I have been a huge fan of Patsy Cline for many years now. I have several albums and I know the words to most songs. I wish she had been able to live a longer life and see her children grow up.
Stephanie Raley <>
Patterson, Ca USA - Wednesday, August 29, 2001 at 06:55:26 (MET DST)
Hope you "Patsy Puppies" and all other Patsy enthusiests are packing and getting in the swing of things for the Patsy Cline Fan Club which will be held at the beautiful town of Winchester, Virginia, this weekend, Labour Day Weekend. You will never regret it, nor will you ever forget it. So come on, you too, Per. Would sure like to meet you and thank you for sharing your post with us. Sincerely, Anne Armstrong.
P.S. Our family will all be there and will sure make you welcome. So get crackin' at packin'.
Anne Armstrong <>
Guelph.ont, Canada - Wednesday, August 29, 2001 at 03:37:29 (MET DST)
Patsy was fantastic! I usually get to go to Nashville about once a year or so. When I do, and I get to see the museums and things, it makes me feel connected to her, even though I never knew her. I always have a fun time going. I have some great comedy for you all. I was backstage at Depeche Mode in '94. There were the few fans that were a little 'too much'. While "I" was always taught to be myself. So I see this going on, and I just blurt out, "I wanna sing PATSY songs with Martin!" (He is known to do this). I'm happy to say that he got a big kick out of it. The moral of the story is, it really goes to show that Patsy's music is timeless AND universal, and it can be enjoyed by all. Take care everybody!
Christy <>
TN, USA - Wednesday, August 29, 2001 at 00:24:28 (MET DST)
A very amasing lady of her time, I'll be a fan of her forever.
Vicki Fogliani <>
Monday, August 27, 2001 at 10:20:59 (MET DST)
Patsy Cline was truly a one-of-a-kind vocal innovator. As a volunteer radio programmer on a community station in Minneapolis (, it is heartening to know that her recordings are being widely re-issued by various labels. I also feature Mandy Barnett, who owes a lot of her vocal stylings to the artistry of Patsy! "Good & Country" can be heard on the web at the above address 1-3PM Central time on Saturdays. We play 70 years of traditional country music, western swing, honky-tonk, etc. Much of what we play is out of print and has been carefully archived. Check it out!!
Ken Hippler <>
Minneapolis, MN U.S.A. - Saturday, August 25, 2001 at 07:16:07 (MET DST)
Hi, I have always been a big fan of Patsy Cline, and I have just been to see "Always Patsy Cline", and it was the best! We love you, Patsy, and we always will! God bless, Andrew Greed Rockingham, West Australia
Andrew Greed <>
Rockingham, WA Australia - Thursday, August 23, 2001 at 19:29:48 (MET DST)
Hello Per & all... Just a note... Johnny Russell passed away July 3rd. I am sorry I didn't make a post. There is an article and photo here. Thanks for all the prayers and notes that everyone sent to Johnny. They were all taken to him while he was in the hospital. Once again, you guys are the greatest... Julie
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Thursday, August 23, 2001 at 14:26:22 (MET DST)

Regarding the pieces of wreckage being auctioned on eBay... I think it is sad that anyone would consider selling something of that nature for profit. What is even more disturbing is the fact that there are people who would kill to have such a momento. The way I see it, it is only a painful reminder of how tragically she died. In 1988, I spoke with MC Hollingsworth in Camden, TN who told me about the rear peice of the plane in his posession... You may recall that his older brother WJ Hollingsworth (now deceased) was the one who discovered the wreckage that fateful morning in 1963... He stated then that he would sell it to me for 500.00, I passed on the offer needless to say... I was also made aware of several artifacts on display in Pfeiffer's Old Country Store there in Camden. Whether Mr Hollingsworth is still alive, or who owns the wreckage now, is beyond me... Is Patsy's musical legacy not enough that someone would want a piece of what took her life?
Alan <>
Chattanooga, TN USA - Thursday, August 23, 2001 at 06:43:33 (MET DST)
I just finished reading hours and hours (days and nights) of postings here on this site since it's beginnings.... I must say it's been fascinating reading! Couple of questions about going's on, what happened to Erica Dawn and her appearance on TV? Has she been able to continue her singing career? And Julie, how is Johnny Russell faring? Last post on him said he had his legs amputated but wasn't doing well. He is in my prayers. Congrats on becoming a grandma, by the way! My father is a huge Patsy fan, and because of this, so are most of his 7 kids, myself included. I am going to print out all 20+ pages of this forum (Crazy! I know! Pun intended!) for him to read since he has little use for the Internet. I know it would make his day! I also just won (on eBay) "The Real PATSY CLINE" video ($4.99!) because you all mentioned it as a must see. I just saw "Sweet Dreams" for the first time the other night, which in turn sent me scurrying for the Internet and finding this site! Thank you, Per, and everyone who has made this site and this forum so very interesting and entertaining! I will be back~ Angel
Angel <>
Fortuna, CA USA - Wednesday, August 22, 2001 at 05:13:59 (MET DST)
I must congratulate you on a very good site. I have been an avid fan of Patsy Cline for many years. When I listen to her recordings I find it very hard to believe she is no longer with us, her voice still brings a tear to my eyes.
David Edwards <>
England - Monday, August 20, 2001 at 23:03:11 (MET DST)
Comment: Thanks for your kind words about the site, Angel and David! /Per
I just want to report that the Plane pieces that are scheduled to be auctioned on ebay on Aug 31 for a starting price of $100,000 are not the only pieces known. As reported earlier, the Hall of Fame has pieces and Loretta Lynn has pieces in her museum near my home. As a matter of fact, because I live so close to the crash site, I have talked to many people who picked up pieces of the plane. I am amazed to hear that the brothers from Jackson believe these pieces are worth $100,000. I have kept quiet about this, out of respect for the entertainers on board the plane, but I have in my possession what I believe is the most important artifact from the plane. I have the actual steering column recovered from the crash site. It has the PIPER COMANCHE logo in the center. I acquired it directly from the former Sheriff of Benton County, TN, where the crash occured. He has given me unquestionable proof as to authenticity. I even have an owners manual for this plane, sent to me by Piper aircraft, showing photos of the steering column, and confirmation from them that this is the correct steering column for that model aircraft. I also have numerous other items recovered from the crash site, including: packets of unused guitar strings that can be seen in photos taken the day after the crash, plane parts, a horsehead and horseshoe cufflink, and the actual Civil Aeronautics Board (FAA) report that was filed at the police station locally. It lists all by name and states that they all died instantly. It also releases custody of the plane parts. If you are a serious researcher working on a book or documentary, please feel free to contact me, and I will make these items available if they can assist in your research.
Douglas Hudson <>
Paris, TN - Sunday, August 19, 2001 at 17:41:39 (MET DST)
Greetings from Music City USA! I moved here a week ago and love every minute of it. I start working at the Ernest Tubb Record Shop on Monday evening at 2, and stay till close. Then on the 27th, I start training to work in the box office at the Ryman Auditorium!! I am totally excited about this. So when you visit these two places just ask for me... I would like to get e-mails from fellow Patsy fans out there! Anyways, have a great week...
Wade Settle <>
Nashville, TN - Sunday, August 19, 2001 at 07:46:43 (MET DST)
I have been a Patsy Cline fan all my life and grew up listening to WSM and WWVA in the early fifties. My youngest grandson is now 4 1/2 years old and has listened to tapes by Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn and Jim Reeves most of the time when he has been at our house. In the past 5 or 6 months he has started singing with the records and has become an avid Patsy Cline fan. He has asked that I find all the records, CD's, movies, books etc. about Patsy. At the moment the big question is who is singing the duet with Patsy on the recording of "Lonely Street" on the 1993 released CD "Today Tomorrow and Forever". Thank you for this wonderful site and all the other information I have been able to get for him. Of course he is driving his Mom & Dad Crazy because although they love Patsy, they don't usually listen to the songs all day. But if you're with my grandson, that's all there is. I think it's great.
Franny Dixon <>
Dorothy, NJ U S A - Saturday, August 18, 2001 at 18:19:56 (MET DST)
Comment: No one seems to know who the woman in "Lonely Street" is... Patsy's husband Charlie can't remember, either, but what we know is that this is a "fake" duet, made as an overdub experiment, probably during the 80's, and it was never supposed to be released, but somehow it ended up on some of the master tapes with Four Star material. /Per
There was an article in today's paper in Winchester about it. Looks like they are starting the bidding at $50,000.00 on e-bay beginning Sept. 1 for 10 days. (
Linda Cunningham <>
Winchester, VA USA - Saturday, August 18, 2001 at 17:15:27 (MET DST)
I heard a rumor about some of the parts of the plane Patsy was in when she died being auctioned off. Does anyone know anything about this? Thanks.
J. Rich <>
Fairfax, Va USA - Saturday, August 18, 2001 at 03:48:59 (MET DST)
Patsy was way ahead of her time. She was the greatest singer that the good Lord ever created. God bless Julie, Randy, and Charlie, the love of her life.
Sandy Tinsley <>
Salem, VA USA - Saturday, August 18, 2001 at 03:31:30 (MET DST)
Eric, The Country Music Hall of Fame has a part of the plane in it archives. Also, a collector friend of mine has large piece. I believe this may have been on display with the Brooks and Dunn tour this year. Always, Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY - Friday, August 17, 2001 at 00:35:32 (MET DST)
Hi Fans, I have been browsing the Branson, Missouri webpages... And I am unable to find the schedule for yet another, or a rerun of the "Patsy" show...A Closer Walk With Patsy....coming to Branson. Our local radio stations are giving info...but, we are so rural the station fades before we get the 'rest of the story'. Does anyone know if there is going to be another "Patsy" show in Branson, in the near future? My husband, especially will be waiting a reply... Thanks guys... We LOVE PATSY....:))))) Priscilla
Priscilla <>
Salem, Mo USA - Thursday, August 16, 2001 at 22:53:39 (MET DST)
I was just reading the postings, and noticed the question from Pat about a tribute song to Patsy, Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins. There were at least two tribute songs released. The first was called "Angels From The Opry", sung by Rusty Adams, which was released within a month after the plane crash. The second was called "Missing On A Mountain", written by Tommy Dee and recorded as a duet with Bonnie Owens, also released in 1963. Hopefully one of these songs is the one you're thinking of.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Monday, August 13, 2001 at 19:32:06 (MET DST)
Patsy was the best! Visit the biggest and best Tricia Penrose site online: Click here. Guestbook: Click here. Uk Series - Heartbeat's Tricia Penrose.
Trent.H <>
Australia - Monday, August 13, 2001 at 10:47:19 (MET DST)
Hi, I just wanted to let all of you know that I own the only pieces of the airplane that really survived of any size. They are both the size of a car hood (a piece) and the tail section still has the numbers on it and the serial numbers inside it, and I also have a signed piece of paper from Mr. Hollingsworth. If anyone would like to see them, you can go to Patsified, and I am on there with the pieces, and if you would like more pictures you can e-mail me and I'll also send you a pic of the piece of paper, too. Thanks!!!
Eric Mills <>
Jackson, TN USA - Monday, August 13, 2001 at 01:54:46 (MET DST)
I really liked your site. I have always listened to Patsy. Her and the other country music artist who laid the foundation for today's country music. Keep up the good work... Some of these artist may not be with us anymore, but their music will live on in us forever. Also, I've just started a new club, Good Old Country Music on Yahoo. I'd like to invite you and anyone who reads this to join. It's a club where we can remember what the heart and soul of country music felt and sounded like. I'm looking forward to hearing from everyone. Again, keep up the good work...
Country Bumpkin <>
Ga - Sunday, August 12, 2001 at 05:07:51 (MET DST)
My name is Stacy, I am 25 years old. I was wondering about Patsy Cline's Fan Club? I would love to join it. I have listend to her as long as I can remember. I was so shy about singing until my mother played "Crazy" and I broke from being shy. I love her voice and style. I went out and got as much as I could find of her's. But something is still missing. I hope this letter finds it way. Thank you so much for letting me share my feelings with you. Stacy Breece, one of many #1 fans
Stacy Breece <>
Glen Burnie,M.D, Anne Arundal - Friday, August 10, 2001 at 02:52:55 (MET DST)
Comment: The addresses (snail mail and e-mail) to the Fan Club are shown near the bottom of the main page. /Per
Would like to find out how much a 33 album name is Country and Western classics "The Women" one of the singers is Patsy Cline. Where can we find out this information? Includes book, album and box dated 1981.
Carol A. Townsend <>
Marathon, Tx - Friday, August 10, 2001 at 00:03:30 (MET DST)
Hello Per & all... I just wanted to stop by and let everyone know... We have a baby! My daughter Michelle & her husband Nathan are the proud parents of a new baby boy. Little Noah Coleton was born on Tuesday at 2:06 pm central time. He weighed in at 7 lbs and 14 ozs and is (of course) a beautiful baby. All the family is doing well. Great Grandaddy Charlie has been to see him, too. He asked the baby to go out for a burger with him, but the baby has been more tired than hungry! Maybe later. Thanks to all for the notes and well wishes. You guys are the greatest, and I am passing them all along to Michelle and Nathan. I will be back with more later, but I have to go so I can make ready for the little family to come stay a couple of days when they leave the hospital tomorrow. Again, thanks to all... Julie and all.
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Thursday, August 09, 2001 at 05:09:10 (MET DST)

Comment: My best wishes to Michelle, Nathan and little Noah, and to you and the rest of the family too, Julie! Congratulations! /Per
I am still not very "with it" in this high tech age. Since my entry, I have been reading all the entries and not just the "blue" ones. It is fascinating to read how Patsy's music has touched so many lives all over the world. Julie, Charlie and the rest of the family must be so proud and amazed!
Robin <>
Texarkana, AR USA - Thursday, August 09, 2001 at 04:55:11 (MET DST)
Hi all. I am so excited to see a Patsy Cline web site. I am a big fan as are all you. I happen to think that Patsy was the best singer of all times. I call myself Jane Cline after her. I do sing her songs, and people say I sound like Patsy. Obviously, no one can ever come close in my books. Well, I am so glad to see all of you in here. My very best wishes to Julie, Charlie and the family.
Jane Wecker <>
Greenbay, WI - Thursday, August 09, 2001 at 03:22:08 (MET DST)
I have read many entries from Julie Fudge recently and it seems that she has a very definite belief in God. What, if any, influence did her mother have on her religious convictions? Was Patsy herself a religious woman? I have read that she got her start singing in the choir? Is this true? Also, I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy reading and "surfing around" on your site. It is just wonderful to read the messages from Julie and Charlie. I find myself scanning through the messages to get to the "blue parts". I hope they both are doing well (along with the other members of the family), and that they know how much their involvement in the continuing career of their loved one means to those who truly love her music. If only we all had someone to look out for our legacy like Patsy does!!! I wonder what she would say if she knew how many lives she touches every day with her music??!!
Robin <>
Texarkana, AR USA - Wednesday, August 08, 2001 at 23:04:35 (MET DST)
Hi All, What a wonderful site this is! Such care has gone into the design of this Patsy Cline site, and well, we have a site we invite you all to. Also, pls send us your want lists for all your record collecting wishes. We have Patsy Cline LPs, also 45s, as well as 1,000's of other artists are avail thru us. Soooo, pls send us your want lists. You will be pleased you did! Thank you, Carol
Carol <>
Glendale, CA USA - Wednesday, August 08, 2001 at 07:52:43 (MET DST)
Comment: Thanks for your kind words about the site, Carol! /Per
Was it "A Bottle Of Wine and Patsy Cline" sung by Marsha Thornton... and me?
Linda Cunningham <>
Winchester, VA USA - Wednesday, August 08, 2001 at 00:19:32 (MET DST)
Comment: Marsha's recording was made in 1989... /Per
Hi Folks, does anyone here know of a tribute song that came out in late '63 or early '64? It was a tribute to Patsy Cline, Hawkshaw Hawkins and Cowboy Copas. A bunch of us sat around the other evening wracking our brains trying to come up w/ the title and artist so that we could look into getting a copy of it. Guess we all have a case of CRN, lol. "Can't Remember NUTTIN'". Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated. Thanx... Pat
Pat <>
Oswego, NY - Sunday, August 05, 2001 at 18:46:10 (MET DST)
I love reading the comments from other Patsy Cline fans. I love her music, she was the greatest female singer of all time. To me, no one can hold a candle to her. God love you Patsy, and I do too.
Steve Goans <>
Paola, Ks USA - Sunday, August 05, 2001 at 04:00:57 (MET DST)
Hi, again. I just wanted to say thank you to all of you who so kindly responded to my questions. It's nice to know that people can take time out of their day to fulfill the wonders of a stranger. I think I am officially hooked to this website and I would like to become more of a devoted fan. If there is a "fan club" for this site, please sign me up. Again, thanks to all of you for responding. You're a wonderful group!
Tiffany <>
Okemos, MI USA - Friday, August 03, 2001 at 07:50:37 (MET DST)
Hello to Per & all... Sounds like a good time to stop by. This is Julie Fudge. I am Patsy's daughter. I stop in every now & then and see how things are going and say Hi to all. The latest news from our house is that we are waiting for my daughter Michelle to have her first child. She and her husband Nathan are getting ready for the birth of a baby boy. He should be here in the next couple of weeks. This is the first of a new generation in our family. Charlie is going to be a Great Grandaddy, and yes, I know, I am a Grandma. They are going to be a great little family. My boys are starting school in a little over a week. Andrew in the 7th grade and Chris in the 8th grade. Michelle will not be going back to college this semester, but Nathan is going back in a few weeks. I so enjoy reading the forum and getting email from everyone, and everywhere. Thank you all for caring so much. So good to see new names on the list. Thanks again, Per, for all you do. Everyone stay in touch!
Julie Fudge <>
Nashville, TN USA - Friday, August 03, 2001 at 05:25:51 (MET DST)

Hi Patsy Cline Fans: Tried to catch my first message but I am new to the computer and make many mistakes, so if you will bear with me. I am sorry I did not introduce myself the first time. I am the father of Steve Pierce who was an active member, and is now deceased. He would have burnt this computer up if we had had one at the time. However it is his collection that we need to pass on to others. He does have some rare albums, 78, pictures, etc in the collection. One example is the "Showcase" album via Decca, another is "Greatest Hits", he has many albums via Decca. You may wish to e-mail Tell us your desire, we'll try and satisfy. Thanks, Bob Pierce
Bob Pierce <>
Bixby, OK 74008 - Friday, August 03, 2001 at 01:00:59 (MET DST)
I cannot believe I found this site. It has taken me 3 hours to see the site, and I'm not so sure I have covered all of it. I first heard Patsy when I was a small girl. My grandparents were taking me on a trip to their cabin up north (I used to live in Florida) and on the way my grandmother popped in a Patsy Cline tape. I can remember thinking "Oh God, what do they have me listening to now?" I was probably around the age of 7 or 8. It only took a few songs and I was hooked. I can honestly say that I have never heard or have yet to hear a more beautiful voice than Patsy's. When I saw the movie "Sweet Dreams" for the first time I balled my eyes out! I just couldn't believe she died the way she did. A wonderful woman gone just like that! Over the years I've probably seen that movie at least 20 times, if not more. Everytime it comes on TV I've got the channel set and I wait for it to come on.

I bought a Patsy Cline tape years ago and I believe it was the Greatest Hits collection. Honestly, I haven't pulled it out in a couple years. Well, the movie came on VH-1 tonight and of course I was tuned in waiting for it. It had been so long since I had seen it that I was so anxious for it to come on. I sat here watching it and my mom (I live with her since I am in college) crawled on the couch with me. We sat here and watched it all the way through and both balled our eyes out. We sat here talking about it and I thought I wonder what ever happened to her children, her mother, or Charlie? So I decided to do a search and I was shocked to find so many devoted fans. It was truly a wonderful feeling to know that people still enjoy her music so much. I read on the site that her mother passed in 1998. Yet, the question still remains-- what happened to her children and husband? Does anyone know? Please e-mail me and let me know. It's one of those things that you just don't rest until you know (OK not that drastically, but I am anxious to hear what has happened to them). Tiffany :)
Tiffany <>
Lansing, MI USA - Thursday, August 02, 2001 at 07:36:19 (MET DST)

Hi, my name is Eric and I live in Jackson, TN. about 30 minutes away from where Pasty crashed in Camden, TN. Ok, here it goes... Back in the early 70's my dad and brother went up to Camden to research the plane crash (my dad was a tresure hunter) they were down in the crash site where it went down and my dad was using his metal detector when this old man walked up and started talking to my dad. His name was W.J. Hollingsworth and if you've ever read any books about Patsy's life then you know that he was the first man on the scene at her crash. Well, him and my dad got to talking about it and the man asked my dad to give him a ride home, so my dad did and when they got there the man told my dad all about the crash and showed him two huge pieces of the airplane that she crashed in, one being the tail section (which is the most important piece, because of the numbers) and the other being a big big piece of the belly.

Well, the man sold my dad the belly piece for $20. I didn't really get into it until about 3 months ago when I realized what I had. Me and my brother, the one that was there then, went back up to Mr. Hollingsworth's house to see him and he still had the tail section (a little bit bigger than a car hood) with all the colors and the numbers on it, so we bought it, too, for an undisclosed amount. We had a lawyer to fix up a piece of paper saying that the old man was the one that removed it from the crash site, since purchasing these we have been in contact with: Mark Melody from the Country Music Hall of Fame, W.S. Holland (Johnny Cash's drummer) and he talked to Marty Stewart. I know what I have is priceless, and I was wondering if maybe some of you could help me out with how to go about selling it, and if so please e-mail me. THANKS for your time. Please e-mail with any questions or information. One other thing, me, my dad, and my brother are on a Patsy Cline website with the pieces. If anyone wants to see the pieces, I'm on the website Patsified, Bill Knight did an article on me, my dad, and my brother. Thanks!!!
Eric Mills <>
Jackson, TN USA - Thursday, August 02, 2001 at 01:09:28 (MET DST)

Hi Patsy Cline fans: We have a collection of record albums, pictures, 78 records, a few tapes, etc. If anyone interested, let us know, thanks.
Bob Pierce <>
Bixby, Ok - Wednesday, August 01, 2001 at 03:09:01 (MET DST)
The US version of "Showcase" was probably released before the UK version. Until the late '60's, Decca US always used a portion of the back cover to promote albums by that artist, or other albums if this was the artist's 1st or 2nd release. I believe that "Showcase" was the first Patsy Cline album released in the UK, so they didn't have another Patsy Cline album to promote at the time. I have a copy of "Sentimentally Yours" on Brunswick, and that copy has a promotion for the "Showcase" album. As to what Jimmy said about covers varying slightly, I have several original issue copies of Patsy's albums from around the world. I have just purchased a copy of "Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits" on Festival Records, From Australia, and the cover is identical to the US Decca release. In addition to the Brunswick copy of "Sentimentally Yours," mentioned above, I also have a copy issued on Festival. The cover for the Brunswick LP is identical to the original Decca release, but the Festival cover is drastically different. Per has copies of all three "Sentimentally Yours" covers on his records page.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Sunday, July 29, 2001 at 18:37:50 (MET DST)
I love patsy & would love to join.
Beverly Cox <>
Reno, NV United States - Saturday, July 28, 2001 at 21:01:56 (MET DST)
Bernard, I know in the US the "Crazy" roundel is not included on all the LP's. I would venture to guess the roundel were placed there when "Crazy" was released to promote the single and to sell more LP's. I have also noticed US and other countrys that the LPs were done differently. I think the songs are the same but the artwork differs. That is my 2 cents. Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <>
Saturday, July 28, 2001 at 18:25:33 (MET DST)
I have a very similar album on the Brunswick label, LAT 8394, which is very similar except the "Includes Crazy" roundel is not on the front and the four images of LPs on the back are replaced by a picture of Patsy in a cow girl dress. Which came first, and are they in fact the same with different labels.
Bernard Green <>
Bedfordshire, UK - Saturday, July 28, 2001 at 11:46:34 (MET DST)
Patsy Cline collectors, check this out! The original "Showcase" album, with the original cover, is up for auction at eBay! This is a must for the serious collector, and it is very hard to find! Don't miss out on the chance to get this rare album! Click here to view the item at eBay!
Per Jonsson <>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Thursday, July 26, 2001 at 09:54:09 (MET DST)

Thank you, Bill!
Stacy Reardon <>
VA USA - Thursday, July 26, 2001 at 05:34:05 (MET DST)
For information on Patsy Cline singles, EP's, albums, and known original international releases, please visit the Discography on my website.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Monday, July 23, 2001 at 18:07:15 (MET DST)
Stacy, the album you have was released in 1964. According to the Official Price Guide to Country Music Records, it's valued around $10, depending on condition. When Patsy became so popular after the releases of "I Fall To Pieces" and "Crazy", Four Star Music decided to cash in and license all of the Patsy recordings they owned to a number of budget labels. These include Everest and Hilltop. Many times, the original recordings were altered by adding additional instruments, or reprocessing them electronically to simulate stereo. I hope this helps answer your questions.
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Monday, July 23, 2001 at 03:11:02 (MET DST)
I've enjoyed a few of Patsy's songs, walkin' after midnight! She was a pretty lady. She sure will be missed.
Tammie & C.J. Katz <>
Savannah, Tn U.S.A - Monday, July 23, 2001 at 01:33:08 (MET DST)
I have liked Patsy Cline since I was a small girl. Knowing that, a friend of the family gave me a copy of a Patsy Cline vinyl album entitled "Today, Tomorrow and Forever". The cover bares a painted portrait of Patsy signed by Broomfield. The upper right corner says JS-6001 and JM-6001. It carries the Hilltop Records logo and is a product of Pickwick International. The back shows a photo of Patsy and an article by Ren Grevatt of Music Business Magazine. I have no clue about this album's date of release or worth, but I am curious. I have had it for about 15 years and just ran across it in a cabinet. The cover is in fairly good shape with some spliting at the bottom, but all of the artwork is intact and clean. The records itself is in pretty good shape, too. Any information about this album would be appreciated.
Stacy Reardon <>
VA USA - Saturday, July 21, 2001 at 05:20:58 (MET DST)
Patsy's mystique haunts me endlessly. I listen to her sing each and every day. She targets the essence of emotion. She unlocks the innermost part of me and challenges me to be a free spirit - like her. I am obsessed with her ability to reach into my soul and unleash my emotions. God grant, I shall meet her in His infinity, and she will, with her uncanny wisdom, touch my soul.
Norma Phelps <>
Willington, CT USA - Wednesday, July 18, 2001 at 21:32:58 (MET DST)
Love Patsy's music and have done since I was about 10 years old. I am 50 now, and love to sing her songs at karaoke bars. Only wish I had her additute on stage, she was a natural.
Glenda Lutzke <>
QLD, Australia - Thursday, July 12, 2001 at 13:42:07 (MET DST)
What e-mail?
Bill Cox <>
Knoxville, TN USA - Monday, July 09, 2001 at 14:14:48 (MET DST)
Hello again, Per! Thanks for answering my emails, will get that picture to you as soon as I find it again. Also, Bill Cox never returned my email, and there is a great desire for Louise Pickering, to get in touch with him again. She has a great fount of knowledge, and first hand stories and accounts she could pass on, and has passed on to me. She is one of my dearest and closest friends. Oh, my new email is - I never thought so many would want to contact me about her, but I have answered all emails, and if I don't know, or can't pick up the phone to find out, I don't give you the wrong info. I just say, "I don't know". Lol. Also Per, do you know exactly how much money is needed to be raised here for the bell tower? If you could email that figure to me, I would appreciate it as well. The coins left here on her marker are being collected, and there are other stories behind that, but they are collected, and used to save to get power to the bell tower so it may run as designed.

I ran across a site, and a picture of "Patsy", and was furious to see it was someone trying to look like her, and SELL that photo as HER! Along with the CD. And I tell you, it is NOT Miss Patsy! I will get the web address to you all, so you know not to patron the site. You would not belive the history and memories that are here for the telling and sharing - if done the asking. I am amazed that I speak with people daily who knew her on such a personal level, actually touched her, hugged her, was a part of her life. It's awesome, I think all of us fans have that awe of her still being out there tangible to us. I must say, I am so lucky to have been born and raised where I was. I have a cute story to pass on from Loiuse, but will add it in to the queue another day. As well as my remarks for Julie and Charlie.

As I have said before, Patsy saved me... Pulled me thru alot, as is in the site here, back in April. I cannot express deeply enough, or loudly enough, how much this site is needed, and how utterly endless and awesome it is. Great job! On my most down days, I just come here, put Miss Patsy on the CD, and roam and look. I can't express how deeply se touched me, still does, and how much she is still pulling me thru on a level that nothing else could reach, to keep me going. Where ever you are, Miss Patsy... Thankyou. And for Charlie, Julie, and Randy - thanks for the site as well, and you too, Per! Unbelievable, just great. Be well, and take care, all of you. Bye - A devoted fan always, Michael
Laurence Michael Joseph Birmingham III <>
Inwood, WV US of A - Monday, July 09, 2001 at 07:13:10 (MET DST)

Happy 5th anniversary, Per. I have enjoyed being a part of this site. Always, Jimmy W.
Jimmy Walker
Wednesday, July 04, 2001 at 04:47:31 (MET DST)
Comment: Thanks, Jimmy! /Per
Hi, we have a nice selection of Patsy Cline LPs, etc. Want lists welcome. World wide mail order. Established many years.
J&L Records <>
Lancs, UK - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 19:39:46 (MET DST)
My mother-in-law used to watch Patsy's children, and we would like to get some more info.
Charise Stubblefield <>
Old Hickory, TN USA - Sunday, July 01, 2001 at 05:39:25 (MET DST)
Comment: You may contact Julie at this e-mail address: /Per
Hi Per -- I just had to share this with you and all Patsy Fans. On Thursday, June 21, 2001, I was invited to join Donald W Thompson, Jr., Special Agent in Charge at the Dedication cermony of the new Federal Bureau of Investigation, Richmond Divison Headquarters, 1970 East Parham Road, Richmond, Va. Reception immediately following R.S.V.P. Invitation must be presented for admission to dedication. I am coping this to let you know just how big this event was and the reason I was invited: A special framed collage of Patsy items such as picture-t-shirt-brochure-pencil-pin, etc. is hanging outside of the Special Agent's office-because the F.B.I. wanted Patsy Cline to be a part of their decoration and the Agent is a big Patsy Cline fan. I guess one could say that Patsy is definitely in HIGH COTTON!!! It was such an honor to be present at this dedication and to have my picture taken in the FBI building with Patsy and Special Agent Thompson. Judy Sue
Judy Sue <>
Winchester, VA - Tuesday, June 26, 2001 at 16:04:42 (MET DST)
I remember buying my first Patsy Cline album. Unfortunately my house burned down and the tape with it. The album was called "The Best of Patsy Cline". I've searched the web in vain, maybe you could help. I'm looking for one song in particular. It starts off like a Frank Sinatra song (40's big band). Patsy catches her man flirting with another woman. The guy drops a picture from his wallet. It's from the above mentioned album. If you know the song, send me the title, please.
Julian Brayboy <>
Orlando, FL - Tuesday, June 26, 2001 at 08:12:03 (MET DST)
Comment: The first song that comes to mind is "Too Many Secrets". /Per
Ken, while the basic story line to "Sweet Dreams" is correct, the facts have been "hollywoodized". I would suggest viewing "The Real Patsy" or "Remembering". The story is correct on these. Plus you get see Patsy sing her songs. Also of note is a rare picture of Patsy and fan Anna Marie of MD in this weeks Country Weekly Magazine. You might be able to view it at The photo is in the fan section. Always, Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <>
Lexington, KY - Tuesday, June 26, 2001 at 02:55:43 (MET DST)
Hi, just wanted to let you all know that I created a Yahoo Club for Patsy Cline called "Patsy Cline Appreciation Club" and you can find it here. It will not be listed for a couple of days, but please feel free to come and visit or join. There are a few other Yahoo Patsy Cline clubs to see as well. I hope to see you there soon. Clinely always, Jacki :)
Jacki <>
Canada - Tuesday, June 19, 2001 at 17:42:58 (MET DST)
I have never been a country music fan before. I was at my girlfriend's house, and while killing time waiting for her to get ready, I started playing her grandmother's old records... Patsy Cline was one of the records I played. I am only 18, and my girlfriend's grandmother is 58 (nothing personal, but that's ancient by my standards!) and I don't think we have anything in common other than the fact that I love her granddaughter... Well, Patsy Cline has captured me!!! I cannot get enough of her music... It is like her music put me in a trance, and I cannot escape. WOW what a voice... It is like nothing I have ever heard... I have now bought (through every Patsy Cline CD I can get my hands on... I watched "Sweet Dreams", but I wonder, is that really Patsy's life story, or is it Hollywood Stuff? Well, now I am really excited that I found this site. Patsy Cline is a voice that is timeless. I am sad that many kids my age will not ever hear of her. Ken
Ken <>
Kenai, AK USA - Thursday, June 14, 2001 at 04:35:18 (MET DST)
I love Patsy... Her music is timeless and always will be. I liked the movie "Sweet Dreams", but I do not feel the film did her justice, and from what all I have read about her I dont feel that she was portrayed correctly (I think Jessica Lange was great!) but the script seemed weak and it sort of by-passed her musical achievements and lacked the show business savy that surrounded her. I was curious as to what other Patsy fans thought about the movie, how she was portrayed, etc. Do you think that there will ever be another movie based on her life? How about the play, "Always, Patsy Cline", think it will ever be made into a film? Comments appreciated.
tim <>
Wagoner, Ok USA - Monday, June 11, 2001 at 07:31:09 (MET DST)
I know that everyone loves Patsy. What I need to know from other musicans or artists, have you ever heard of "Song Birds Promotion"? What is this company like? Any help?
Meemee <>
Frankfort, Ind - Wednesday, June 06, 2001 at 06:40:44 (MET DST)
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