At the Riverside Park Ballroom
in Phoenix, Arizona, 1960.
Photo by Johnny Franklin.
Fan Forum - Page 25
Entries from March 4 to December 17, 2004
Just like to wish you and everyone a very Merry Christmas and a great New Year ahead.
And a big Thank You Per for keeping Patsy's memory alive forever with such a wonderful
site. God Bless, John at Love Always, Patsy
Waynesboro, Va USA - Friday, December 17, 2004 at 15:24:26 (CET)
Thanks for everthing u have on Patsy Cline, and my five favorite songs of Patsy Cline are:
1. Walkin' after midnight
2. I fall to pieces
3. She's got you
4. Crazy arms
5. Faded love
Thanks again... Sincerely yours, Dora
Dora Meador <email@example.com>
Franklin, In USA - Friday, December 17, 2004 at 13:08:54 (CET)
I am a huge Patsy fan. I would like to know if anyone knows of "A closer walk" or any
caberet show of Patsy that will be done in the Mpls or surrounding area. I do have a
favorite performer in mind but would like to see anyone within traveling distance of
the Mpls-St Paul area. Thank You to anyone who can help.
J C Morrison
Bloomington, Mn USA - Thursday, December 16, 2004 at 23:41:27 (CET)
Live in the home of a legend!
608 South Kent Street - the girlhood home of Patsy Cline is in need of a caretaker
tenant. The property will be available in January of 2005. It has three bedrooms and
a full bath and a nice backyard that opens out to undeveloped green space. The rent
will be only $750 per month - tenant pays own utilities. The lease will require limited
access by landlord and others to show and inspect the house for its future use as a
museum related to this country singing legend. Serious inquiries only should contact
Jean Compton with The Adams Companies at (540) 667-2424. Room layout plan is available.
No walk throughs without approved applications. Credit and background check may be
Karen Helm <KarenBHelm@hotmail.com>
Winchester, VA USA - Monday, December 13, 2004 at 22:45:15 (CET)
Ok, I am only 16 and ever since I was about 6 I have absolutley loved Patsy Cline, my
sister and I used to always sing "Crazy" and "Walking After Midnight" together, anyhow,
I think she is the most talented woman to ever live and think she is great. I really feel
terrible that she past on way before I was even born, but if she hadn't I gauruntee I
would be the first one lined up at her dressing room, I am her biggest and probably
youngest fan and even though I have never had the fortunate chance of meeting her, or
just being in her presence, I love her!
Brandi Maddasion <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Houston, TX USA - Tuesday, December 07, 2004 at 16:38:19 (CET)
Regarding the question about the release of the Duets II release date... probably never
after the dismal sales of the first. I like to pretend that the first never existed! :)
Alan Cofer <AlanCo4tn@aol.com>
TN USA - Wednesday, December 01, 2004 at 10:29:27 (CET)
Patsy Cline is an amazing singer and I am glad to see she is still popular to this day!
Cadiz, Ky USA - Tuesday, November 30, 2004 at 03:33:00 (CET)
Happy Thanksgiving everyone, I've been disappointed lately when I check my guest book,
there hasn't been any new entries for a while. Please check it out if you haven't already
and sign the guestbook, I love to hear from other Patsy fans. I will be adding another
page soon also.
Winchester, Va USA - Thursday, November 25, 2004 at 16:57:48 (CET)
Does anyone know if and when the Patsy Cline Duets Volume II will come out?
Troyce Hendricks <email@example.com>
Minden, LA USA - Tuesday, November 23, 2004 at 00:28:18 (CET)
What a great site this is! I love Patsy & her songs so much! I own her 4 CD song
collection and I just wear those CD's out! My favorite songs are "Life's Railway To Heaven",
"A Closer Walk With Thee", "The Wayward Wind", and "Tennessee Waltz" just to name a few....
but I do love all of her songs! I am 27 years old, but I wish that I could have been around
in her time to have seen her in concert. Patsy will always be the greatest in my eyes!
Jody Elliott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Austin, Tx USA - Sunday, November 21, 2004 at 22:00:23 (CET)
Greetings, How sad to hear that Patsy's little brother has passed away. Heartfelt condolences
to the family. I hope that John (Samuel Jr.), is now sitting at Patsy's knee as she sings with
the angels. May he rest peacefully. Love, Cee xo
Cee Carter <email@example.com>
Winnipeg, Canada - Wednesday, November 17, 2004 at 12:11:41 (CET)
Thank you to everyone that has written on this forum. I have read over some entries and
I am very pleased that so many people love and remember Patsy Cline. I sit here typing
this and listening to her sing "I've Loved and Lost Again". She was great, sorry that we
lost her so soon into her career. If she knew the legacy that she has left us I believe
she would be touched. She was gone before I was born but I grew up listening to her music
and now as an adult I treasure every note of her beautiful voice.
Julie, if you still read this get in touch with this forum again... I really enjoyed reading
Harrisburg, PA USA - Sunday, November 14, 2004 at 03:05:42 (CET)
Just saw where the Country Music Hall of Fame is having a book signing for Falling Stars:
Air Crashes that Filled Rock and Roll Heaven on November 19th. I've read the book and it
has a big (and very interesting) chapter on Patsy.
Spring City, Tn USA - Tuesday, November 09, 2004 at 21:50:05 (CET)
Hi, please can you let me know, is there going to be another auction of Patsy Cline articles
which was held at Christies in New York, or do they plan on keeping articles for a museum?
I heard about Patsy's brother passed away and since he was the one who sold off many items
I wondered if this was going to happen again. Many thanks for your time, Paul UK
England - Tuesday, November 09, 2004 at 02:11:50 (CET)
From the Winchester Star 11-5-04
Samuel L. Hensley Jr., 64, of Bunker Hill, W.Va., died Monday, Nov. 1, 2004, at his home.
Mr. Hensley was born Nov. 13, 1939, in Lexington, the son of Samuel L. and Hilda V. Patterson
Hensley. He was self-employed as a master plumber and a member of Winchester Eagles Aerie 867.
Surviving are three daughters, Patricia A. Taylor of Palm Bay, Fla., Susan Rannells and Kimberly
Kline, both of Winchester; a son, Martin Williams of Winchester; a sister, Sylvia H. Wilt of
Woodstock; seven grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and his companion, Rebecca A. Williams.
A daughter, Vonda H. Kelly; and a sister, Patsy Cline (Virginia H. Dick), are deceased.
A funeral will be at 11 a.m. today at Jones Funeral Home, Winchester, with the Rev. Dr. Richard
Slider officiating. Memorials may be made to to the American Cancer Society, 2654 Valley Ave.,
Suite B, Winchester 22601; or to Make a Wish Foundation of America, Gift Processing Center, P.O.
Box 29119, Phoenix, AZ 85038-9119.
Jimmy W <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday, November 06, 2004 at 00:48:53 (CET)
Hey all, recently a dear friend of mine contacted me about her new CD. She is Lisa Layne,
who was with Vince Vance and The Valiant. She sang lead vocals on one the Top 10 most requested
Christmas songs, "All I want for Christmas is You". I first meet Lisa when she came to town
with the Patsy Cline show - "A Closer Walk". We would reconnect a few years down the road when
she did the show in Nashville’s Texas Troubadour Theater for 2 or so years. During that time I
saw her do the show maybe 20 times. I know some of you all saw her do the show as well as enjoy
her vocals during the Christmas holidays.
You can find her new CD at www.cdbaby.com. She has couple others there that I highly recommend.
Basically buy all of them. You can enjoy some sounds clips from here as well. She got the
Jordanaires to help out with back up vocals; you know them they worked with Elvis. Her website
is at www.lisalayne.com. She is trying to make the CD’s available at other outlets such as
She has one of those great voices much like Patsy Cline, Etta James, and Bonnie Raitt. Happy
Jimmy Walker <email@example.com>
KY - Thursday, November 04, 2004 at 00:30:09 (CET)
Hi, Please could you let me know the name of the t.v. show where Patsy sang "Crazy". Many
Andy Adair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
U.K. - Tuesday, November 02, 2004 at 11:29:06 (CET)
In answer to the question of who played Piano on Patsy's recording of "Crazy", the personnel
for that recording session were:
Harold Bradley (6-String Electric Bass); Owen Bradley (Organ); Floyd Cramer (Piano); Murrey
"Buddy" Harman (Drums); Walter Haynes (Steel Guitar); Randy Hughes (Acoustic Guitar); The
Jordanaires (Vocals); Grady Martin (Electric Guitar); Bob Moore (Acoustic Bass)
Additional session information can be found on my site at:
Bill Cox <email@example.com>
Knoxville, TN USA - Tuesday, November 02, 2004 at 05:22:38 (CET)
"Life's Railway to Heaven": bliss
Milwaukee, WI USA - Monday, November 01, 2004 at 17:23:09 (CET)
This morning I got an e-mail from Jeff Chambless, a 2nd cousin of Louise Seger, stating that
Louise passed away a couple of days ago. This has now been confirmed by Louise's husband
Ed, via Ellis Nassour. Louise passed away quietly and peacefully at 9pm on Oct. 28. Louise
was a great fan and a close friend of Patsy, and her story can be heard in the show "Always,
Per Jonsson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Örnsköldsvik, Sweden - Saturday, October 30, 2004 at 23:38:50 (CEST)
Do you know who played piano on "Crazy", by Patsy Cline?
Doncaster, U.K. - Tuesday, October 26, 2004 at 16:49:11 (CEST)
My duo partner and I constantly are bewildered at how many people come up to us at shows
and ask me if I can sing a Patsy Cline song, because I have the voice to sing her stuff.
Considering that the shows we do as a duo are more pop/rock orientated, we are always
surprised. I dont think I sound like her... I mean really... Can anybody ever have that
magnificent voice? But I do think through the years I have unconsiously mimicked her style
of singing. Patsy always was and always will be my favourite singer. When I perform I always
try to put 110% into what I do, especially the ballads. Thanks Patsy for being a great
teacher. To be considered someone who could do your songs justice, is the biggest compliment
I will ever be paid.
Australia - Saturday, October 23, 2004 at 04:11:24 (CEST)
I have just recently discovered this website after doing a search on Patsy and her family.
I am only thirty years old and remember vividly the first time I really discovered Patsy's
music. In the eighties I think it was Reba McEntire that performed "Sweet Dreams" on an
awards show. My mother was NOT impressed and told me about Patsy. I had seen "Coal Miner's
Daughter" and I then saw the movie "Sweet Dreams" with Jessica Lange. I was so impressed
with her portrayal of this immensely talented woman. The music in the film really "sold"
it. More so than Beverly D'Angelo's singing in the other. That had me hooked. I couldn't
get enough of Patsy's music after that. Yes, I too was into the eighties "crap" music but
being from the south, always had my collection of country and always Patsy Cline. I have
been to the Ryman, I have seen Mandy Barnett in the "Always Patsy Cline" show and I own as
much music that I can get my hands on. I am thoroughly obsessed. My mother now lives outside
of Nashville and I plan to go see the new Hall of Fame and see what they have of Patsy's.
She was my age when she was killed and to think of all that she accomplished is such a short
time is astonishing, but also sad. I think of all I haven't done yet at 30, and wonder what
Patsy would have tackled had she lived longer. I don't know what to make of the portayal of
Patsy and Charlie in the movies or in the books I have read. I do know that it fascinates me
past explanation and I cannot get enough information about this amazing woman. She is such a
dynamic force, even still. To think of what she has inspired in people who never even knew
her and to think of all that she left behind, makes me both awestruck and sad. Julie, thank
you for taking so much time out of your life to share on this site, it means more to me and
every one else here than you will probably ever know. How incredible for you to lose someone
so great, at such a young age and then to have to live with this constant curiosity about a
woman you barely got a chance to know. That has to be hard. So thank you for being apart of
this crazy world for us and for your mother. God Bless.
Greg Snow <email@example.com>
Atlanta, GA USA - Wednesday, October 20, 2004 at 17:04:05 (CEST)
I was wondering where the plane actually crashed and did they really ever know what caused
the accident? I am so fasinated by your mom's talent and only wished she was around today
to continue producing beautiful music we all have shared for years. I am only 35 years old
but I have her CD's and my 10 and 7 yr old enjoy her music too. You can never have too much
great music. And that is how we like to remember your mom, "GREAT". Thanks, Lisa
Lisa Hatcher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fort Worth, Tx USA - Monday, October 18, 2004 at 00:38:27 (CEST)
Carrie and all,
You're not the only one that has had problems with the flowers. Mom Hensley told me back
in 1994 that she couldn't leave fresh flowers, especially RED ROSES-As these were Patsy's
favorites, she told us RED NOT YELLOW! Mom Hensley said that people would steal the flowers
off of the grave! She would leave them in the morning and check on them that evening and
they would already be gone. She always left a dozen red roses on Patsy's birthday and the
anniversary of her death. It got so bad with people taking them that she quit putting the
roses on her grave and started putting artificial flowers on her grave. These would be
stolen also but not as quickly as the roses. That's really sad when people do things like
this. I'm really big into genealogy and you wouldn't believe some of the things I've ran
into or heard others discuss problems like this with cemeteries. Your so blessed to live
in the area that you can keep a check on Patsy's grave. Thanks for doing that, I know the
family really appreciates it and the fans also. Troyce
Troyce Hendricks <email@example.com>
Minden, LA USA - Friday, October 15, 2004 at 07:46:10 (CEST)
Carrie, perhaps the problem here is the people who clean and maintain the grounds.
I would think that they want the entire area to look nice and would clean it all off
often. You could ask them how often they clean it and place your flowers the next day.
I think if you did this every week there would always be something there. Every one in
the cemetary was loved by someone, but not all families and friends still honor the age
old custom of placing flowers on graves. I love Patsy as well as the next, but I have
never placed flowers there. I always say I will and mean to, but I have never done it.
I am on SSI and have no money to spare because of the meds and food. But I am not alone
in not being a grave visitor. You could perhaps form a committee and take up money or
take turns placing the flowers. There are many fans (maybe not 'officially') here who
would help I am sure. Actions get things done more than fussing about it not being done.
I am moving out of the area very soon but I know several here who might help.
Linda C. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Winchester, VA USofA - Thursday, October 14, 2004 at 14:51:47 (CEST)
I became a Patsy Cline fan back in the middle 70s, and I have collected a lot of her
music over the years. I am really amazed at her powerful voice and play her music on
a nightly basis. I have yet to find a copy of "SWEET DREAMS" as I would like to see this.
Eire - Wednesday, October 13, 2004 at 15:11:31 (CEST)
I just wanted to tell everyone what I witnessed yesterday. I went to visit Patsy's grave
and there was absolutely nothing there. No flowers or anything. A few weeks ago I had put
some artificial flowers in some flower pots there and even they were gone. I just needed
to vent because it broke my heart to see that our Patsy's headstone was so bare. Hopefully
that will never happen again.
Winchester, Va USA - Monday, October 11, 2004 at 21:07:54 (CEST)
Hi, I just found out the other day that my grandparents followed Pasty Cline everywhere.
We are from the Williamsport, Maryland area (which is right across the river). It seems
that they were big fans. I am working on a family tree and I was wondering if anyone knows
of stories and/or pictures of them with her? My grandparents name was Benchoff, Harold and
Evelyn: Also, my great-grandparents on my grandmother's side is Ditmer, Wilbur and Anna.
And on my grandfather's side Benchoff, Lewis (Elmer) and Mary. Please, if you know anything,
contact me at the address below. Thanks!!!!
Grove City, Oh U.S.A - Monday, October 11, 2004 at 13:18:05 (CEST)
What a lovely site. It is so hard to choose a favourite because I love everyone of them,
but for me it is "Crazy".
Ann Athraby <AnnAthraby779@hotmail.com>
Saturday, October 09, 2004 at 20:02:28 (CEST)
Looking for the promotional record called Patsey.
Houston, Tx 77060 - Saturday, October 09, 2004 at 08:23:38 (CEST)
You can contact the Fan Organization about merchandise.
Always Patsy Cline
P. O. Box 2236
Winchester, VA 22604
Legacy, Inc. <LegacyInc@comcast.net>
Nashville, TN USA - Thursday, October 07, 2004 at 19:19:13 (CEST)
Absolutely the worlds best country singer ever! Thank You for a fabulous website.
Adrianne V. Holcomb <email@example.com>
El Cajon , CA USA - Thursday, October 07, 2004 at 01:07:28 (CEST)
Could anyone leave an address of where I can purchase a Patsy Cline T-shirt and/or other
things with her photos on them? A reply would be greatly appreciated. Thanks alot.
J C Morrison
Bloomington, MN USA - Tuesday, October 05, 2004 at 23:24:09 (CEST)
There is a great painting of Patsy on eBay!
Check it out.
Nashville, Tn USA - Tuesday, October 05, 2004 at 05:57:22 (CEST)
I am on the Board of the Museum and will become the new President in three weeks. I have
a lot of ideas about "jump-starting" the momentum to get the Museum established. I am a
native of Nashville and now live in the Washington, DC area. I want to establish an online
community whereby interested fans and supporters can provide their ideas on the museum,
help with corporate and personal donations, help with expanding our collection, developing
innovative and interactive ways to tell the stories, perpetuate the memory, and pass on
I am committed to providing the leadership, energy, creativity, consensus building, and
decisiveness to help make the Museum a reality. I am endeavoring to "connect" with many of
the key individuals who may want to be a part of the committees we are establishing to
propel the museum development.
Here are some ways to get involved now:
- Helping with the Benefactor Program (Corporate Donor, Estate, Individual, Friend).
- Helping with the Membership Program.
- Helping with promotion and public relations in your region of the US or Canada, and
especially in Europe, Australia, etc.
- If you have items that you may want consider donating or "loaning" to the museum.
We will be establishing separate email addresses for the CPC Board Members along with
an enhanced Web Site, Web Conferencing, Teleconferencing, etc. but for the present time,
we can stay connected with this email. I look forward to hearing from you as we move
forward with the much needed Museum.
P.S. I recently learned that the CPC Board has 2,000 copies of Remembering Patsy by
Brian Mansfield. It is a terrific book and includes the CD of Diana Krall singing "Crazy".
We can sell them for $10.00 to help raise money and help "spread the message" while
building our network. The book retails for $15.00 on Amazon. Let me know how many you
want. Great Christmas gift!
Philip Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Reston, VA USA - Saturday, October 02, 2004 at 19:47:39 (CEST)
I love Patsy Cline. I think the first time I ever heard her me and my grandpa were in
the truck riding down the road and he said here I want you to listen to this. He popped
in the CD and I started to kinda sing along. After a while I started learning her songs
and I would record me singing them on a tape and after I got over the fear of people
hearing me sing I let my grandpa hear it and he had tears come to his eyes when I started
singing "Crazy". He told me, "You sound just like her". I was happy and now everywhere I
go and they have karoke or something I always sing Patsy Cline and everyone is always
quiet to listen. I guess it takes them back and reminds them of her. I really want to
follow in her footsteps and I know I am not like her but I have the same dreams and I
plan to fulfill them one day. I hope to be a famous country singer.
Jessica Amos <email@example.com>
winston-salem, NC USA - Friday, October 01, 2004 at 17:16:31 (CEST)
This is the best website ever regarding Patsy. I have been a huge fan of Patsy for years.
I remember when she died and cried, as the world did with me. I love hearing her music,
reading about her/Charlie/family. Would love to meet all of them. Do any of the siblings
sing? Grandchildren? Love you Patsy, love you Charlie.
I plan to visit this site also, it is a wonderful tribute to Patsy.
Sherry Quarles <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hill City, KS USA - Saturday, September 25, 2004 at 17:59:21 (CEST)
My mom and dad are both from West Virginia. My dad, who is deceased now, sang and played
the guitar. My youngest son is also very, very good at playing the guitar! He's only 14years
old now though. I also am married to a 'Charlie'.
Patricia June Cline Hollifield <email@example.com>
Salisbury, NC United States - Tuesday, September 21, 2004 at 05:53:47 (CEST)
My grandfather passed away last Nov. and as My aunt was going through his stuff she found
a picture of Pasty Cline 8x10 in a frame and it is signed by Charlie Dick and we are trying
to find out if anyone knows much about this picture. Please email me with your help. Thanks
Tina Bean <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Winchester, VA USA - Tuesday, September 21, 2004 at 05:08:13 (CEST)
Can anyone tell me where I can get a Patsy Cline tea rose? I really want one, thanks!!
Winchester, Va USA - Tuesday, September 21, 2004 at 03:24:11 (CEST)
I would like to know if Patsy recorded any records in the 50's and what were they if so.
Darryl M Whaley <Buffydmw@aol.com>
Los Osos, Ca USA - Sunday, September 19, 2004 at 02:44:24 (CEST)
Comment: On the Recording Sessions page you have a list of all
the songs that Patsy recorded in the studio, and when. She released several singles and EPs,
and one LP ("Patsy Cline"), during the 50's. /Per
Hi, everyone: I'm hoping someone can help me with some info on a PATSY picture, it's the one
of Patsy, on stage at the OPRY in 1962. This version of the picture has been colorized, using
oil paint, the photo is the one on: Live @ the Opry. I emailed the folks at the Ryman, and
asked if they could make a copy of it, they said..... GUESS WHAT...... No!!! I've tried and
tried to get a copy of the colorized version, but am not having ANY luck at all, can someone
give me more info on this picture? Thanks
Brad Yost <email@example.com>
Tazewell, VA USA - Saturday, September 18, 2004 at 02:20:32 (CEST)
As I was listening to Patsy Cline tonight, I decided to search for the Patsy Cline Website
so I ended up on this forum.
I remember a few months before Patsy's tragic accident she came to the Stampede Coral in
Calgary, Alberta Canada. I can see her on the stage as if it was yesterday. A man called out
from the audience about going on a party with her... and she called out to him... "You have
your kind of party and I'll have my kind..."
I consider it an honor to have had the privilege of seeing her in concert. We lost the most
beautiful person that has graced our presence, her music and memories remain in our hearts
and minds to this day. I believe she has gone on to a glorious reward and is now singing in
Hillbilly Heaven with other Country Legends that went before her and after.
Ron Golbeck <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Burnaby, BC, Canada - Wednesday, September 15, 2004 at 05:39:49 (CEST)
I'm looking for the song "Blue" that Patsy Cline sang. Can't find it anywhere. Please email
me if you know if she did sing this.
Miracle Dunkleberger <email@example.com>
Friday, September 10, 2004 at 10:50:24 (CEST)
Comment: It is a common misunderstanding that Patsy sang that song, but she did not. It was
written by Bill Mack with Patsy in mind, but she never got the chance to sing it. The mostly
known recording of the song was made by LeAnn Rimes in 1996 for her first album, also entitled
"Blue", but the song was also recorded by Bill Mack himself and by Kenny Roberts during the sixties,
and by Kathryn Pitt in Australia in 1993. /Per
Happy Birthday to my Patsy. I went to her grave yesterday to wish her happy birthday from
all of us. The Labor Day festival was great and the Belltower dedication was beautiful.
Only the best will do for my Patsy.
winchester, Va USA - Thursday, September 09, 2004 at 06:35:58 (CEST)
I was at the book store looking at Loretta's new cookbook today. I was looking at the music
book and picked up "Lost Highway" by Colin Escott. As I thumb through it I saw a photo of Patsy
I had never seen. Look on page 100 for this treat. She was with another lady holding her
"Sentimentally Yours" LP. Her hair style was similar to the "Blue Moon of Ky" video. She had
a dress on similar to the one from Nassour's book where she is with WSM Waking Band. Just
beautiful. You can tell she is very proud of her new LP. Wonder if this book will make it
under my Christmas Tree. Happy Birhday to our favorite singer.
Jimmy Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lexington, Ky - Thursday, September 09, 2004 at 03:03:33 (CEST)
Happy birthday Darling!!!! LOVE YA "ALWAYS!!!"
Robyn Jones <email@example.com>
Syracuse, NY USA - Thursday, September 09, 2004 at 01:57:27 (CEST)
Birthday Wishes for the best that ever was.
Williamstown, Australia - Wednesday, September 08, 2004 at 16:25:31 (CEST)
Thinking of you Patsy on your birthday! No one else comes close to you! You are the "Queen!"
I love your music more each day. You had more talent in your little finger than all the others
combined. Thank you for sharing your gift with us.
Pam Underwood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Raleigh, NC - Wednesday, September 08, 2004 at 00:21:55 (CEST)
Patsy Cline is my idol! I am 13 years old and live in a VERY small town in Maine... I love
singing along to her songs... I've always been told I sounded like her... but I'd never
really listened to her... when I did I was surprised she was so excellent! Thanks for such
a nice website to an incrediable woman. Yours, Ellen
PS. My name is really Abby Norman, but I want to change my name so I have more of a chance
Ellen Davis <TheNextNancyReagan@ForPresident.Com>
Searsport, ME USA - Sunday, September 05, 2004 at 01:34:57 (CEST)
I have loved the music of Patsy Cline since I was 18. Now at 37 I still love her. How I
discoverd her was by way of the movie "Sweet Dreams". She seemed like a powerful woman who
had a voice to match. People are always suprised that I'm into her music and will joke about
it with me, but it doesn't bother me, she speaks my language.....
Maxine McCormack <email@example.com>
Australia - Friday, September 03, 2004 at 15:30:39 (CEST)
I grew up with Patsy Cline's beautiful and powerful voice. Her music will always be classic.
You have a wonderful and informative site here! Thank you so much for all the great photos of her.
Anderson, SC USA - Friday, September 03, 2004 at 02:00:12 (CEST)
I sure do enjoyed hearing her music.
Thursday, September 02, 2004 at 04:34:40 (CEST)
I feel a connection with Patsy Cline and I have had this feeling scince I was a child.
I sing her music and I feel I knew her in a past life. My favorite is CRAZY and I know
every word by heart, along with many others. She is my American Idol. I grew up hearing
her music and I feel her pain.
Sandra C. Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Temberlake, NC USA - Sunday, August 29, 2004 at 15:42:41 (CEST)
I have many original LP's in perfect condition of Patsy Cline, if anyone is interested just
email me at Daman77@webtv.net
Bpt, CT 06614 - Friday, August 27, 2004 at 14:56:55 (CEST)
I'd love to find the Patsy Cline T-shirt as worn by a young man in a Mandy Barnett Photo on
this site. I have seen a PC girls top on E-bay and mechandise of this nature would be easy
to find in US but not in the land of Oz. I have printed my own with mixed results.
You gotta have Patsy in your life, I'm sure everyone will agree with me.
Dee Roser <email@example.com>
Australia - Thursday, August 26, 2004 at 03:03:50 (CEST)
I have been a fan of Patsy Cline since she first started out in her singing. There has never
been or never will be as good a singer as Patsy Cline. I am 58 years old, and I still listen
to her songs. I lost all my records that I had of her in a fire about 10 ten years ago. I
haven't been able to replace them but she will allways be in my heart. One thing for sure,
she will allways be number#1. Thank you -- James Ratliff, Patsy's #1 fan...
James Ratliff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Goshen, In USA - Wednesday, August 25, 2004 at 07:53:46 (CEST)
Hey everyone. I've got good news, I talked to Julie today and Michelle had a baby girl on
August 11. She weighed 5 Ibs, 3 oz (I think) and her name is Claire. Congratulations, Julie
and Michelle, and of course Patsy.
winchester, Va USA - Wednesday, August 25, 2004 at 05:23:50 (CEST)
What a wonderful site and great to see so many people still love Patsy more than ever.
She will never be forgotten. Just saw CMT's Top 40 Women of Country again... It aired
the other night, and it always fills my heart with joy (& sorrow) that Patsy was
chosen as #1. It's so sad that she was taken so young.
I always have loved singing Patsy's music (people tell me I sound like her - but I know
there will never be another Patsy!!). I too, went by the name "Ginny" when I was a teenager.
Didn't even know who Patsy Cline was then, was too much in to 80s crappy music. Now, I've
come back home to country and it's all me and my family listen to.
Thank you for having a web site for Patsy and keeping the memories going. God bless you.
Jennifer Camp <email@example.com>
Morristown, TN - Sunday, August 22, 2004 at 04:16:48 (CEST)
Judith Haynes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hale Center, Tx USA - Thursday, August 19, 2004 at 23:05:29 (CEST)
Always... Patsy Cline (Musical)
September 10-25, 2004
1575 South State St
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Call 957-3322 for tickets & information!
The fabulous music of America’s legendary music star Patsy Cline – "Crazy", "I Fall to
Pieces", "Sweet Dreams" and many more – is blended into the heartfelt true story of a
rare friendship. A fan meets Patsy Cline one night and the two stay in touch for a lifetime.
Dan Larrinaga <email@example.com>
Salt Lake City, UT USA - Wednesday, August 18, 2004 at 00:42:42 (CEST)
Yes, I can tell you that this play is not licensed by the Estate of Patsy Cline. There
are two licensed, and they are "Always, Patsy Cline" and "A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline".
Legacy, Inc. <LegacyInc@comcast.net>
Monday, August 16, 2004 at 20:48:31 (CEST)
Hi everyone! I just purchased tickets to see "Patsy Cline - A little bit of Heaven" this
Sunday the 15th. It's a two act musical play featuring Cali McCord as Patsy Cline and
Richard Cheatham as Charlie Thorton. It's playing here in the Houston area running from
Aug. 13th thru Sept 4th. at "The Stand Theatre" in Historic Galveston. Can any one shed
any light on the play? I will give everyone my review on Monday. Thanks.
Houston, TX USA - Thursday, August 12, 2004 at 23:01:57 (CEST)
I have listened to "Crazy" many times and every time I get tears in my eyes. Patsy is
a real lady, my all time favourite. I am hooked on that pretty voice. What a waste of
talent lost at such a young age.
Derek W Sansbury <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday, August 10, 2004 at 00:03:14 (CEST)
For Troyce Hendricks, post dated Aug. 2nd --- During the recent CMT Lost Highway series,
that black & white film footage of the March 5, 1963 crash site reminded me of what
was shown on NBC news that week. The CMT version seemed further edited. I have no idea
who shot the footage, but I would guess it was a local tv station.
Sunday, August 08, 2004 at 19:00:06 (CEST)
Hey everyone. I have a question for ya. According to many stories I've read, at Patsy's
funeral there were quite a bit of people taking pictures, from rooftops and anywhere else
they could get to. So where are all these pictures? I've never seen any. Has anyone ever
seen them? I would like to see them someday. Thanks and always keep our Patsy in your
Winchester, Va USA - Saturday, August 07, 2004 at 01:51:32 (CEST)
I remember seeing Patsy Cline perform at the Rockville Firemans carnival in 1959. She
had on a pink cowgirl hat pink boots white blouse and pink pants. I also saw her perform
with Jimmy Case and his band at the Famous Club in Wash, DC. And she also performed at
Connie B Gays Town and Country Jamboree at Turners Arena which was televised in the
Wash.D.C area on saturday nite in 1957-58. And I played her records when I was a disc
jockey at WDON in Wheaton,Md. Ole "Tom Cat" Reeder was the big name DJ there. When Don
Owens died Tom Cat became the Washington.D.C.area's top country music disc jockey
Widmarc's Rock a billy Saturday Nite
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Widmarc Clark <sheliamorris>
Burns, TN USA - Friday, August 06, 2004 at 07:08:59 (CEST)
I became a fan of Patsy Cline through one of my favourite films "Coal miner's daughter"
with Sissy Spacek, which is about the life of Loretta Lynn. Patsy was a friend of Loretta.
I was so impressed by the song "I fall to pieces", that a few days later I went to a record
shop and bought a CD and as I like the other songs too, I am a fan since then. Patsy had
such a nice voice.
Ulla Fleu <email@example.com>
Monday, August 02, 2004 at 14:50:15 (CEST)
Hello all, CMT had a program on about a week ago called The History of Country. It was
really great and included Patsy. They interviewed Charlie Dick and he gave a very good
interview. They also showed film footage that I'd never seen. I've seen pictures of the
plane crash site but they showed actual film footage of officials combing the crash site.
I didn't know this existed. It was very sad to see this part of the documentary. They showed
a piece of the plane hanging from a tree and the wreckage was strewn over a large area. They
didn't show any of Pasty's belongings but did show the guitar neck of Hawkshaw Hawkins'
guitar. It was broken with strings hanging. It had his name engraved in what looked like
inlaid pearl. A very sad site. They also included Loretta Lynn and Loretta told how Patsy
helped her in the business and how Loretta didn't have anything starting out and how Patsy
gave her clothes and tips on performing. The documentary started with Bill Monroe and went
up to the 70's. Also, Loretta has a new album that's got a good song that CMT is playing the
video for. It's called "I miss being Mrs." It's a great song but plays on the heartstrings.
Keep up the good work, Per! Talk to y'all later. Troyce
Troyce Hendricks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Minden, La USA - Monday, August 02, 2004 at 06:19:46 (CEST)
I have an old album from Patsy Cline called "Stop the world and let me off". Can anyone
give me some information on this. It was recorded with Hilltop records.
Florida - Friday, July 30, 2004 at 02:50:28 (CEST)
I just went way down the line and read a lot of the posts. Back there on June 9th, there
was a post about Logan Wells. She does a tribute show about Patsy and did a two hour show
in Vegas. She is a great singer and was here in Winchester and performed at the banquet
and other events. I spoke with her at length. She is a fantastic lady who sounds a great
deal like Patsy and loves her very much. She wept openly at the Sunday service. She took
the bus tour because she was in awe to be in Patsy's hometown and was very emotional the
whole weekend. If you get a chance to see her, go and listen. You can hear her on her
website at www.loganwells.com.
She was sad because she was never asked back her to the festival to sing again. She got
a standing ovation when she was here.
Linda M. Cunningham <email@example.com>
Winchester, VA United States - Wednesday, July 28, 2004 at 17:43:23 (CEST)
Hi everyone. Patsy's new CD has been on the charts now for 4 weeks. The CD title is
"The Definitive Collection". She is #60 on the billboard charts this week! Way to go,
hoss! Go buy this CD! It has most of the singles/45 cuts on it. My favorite in years!
Sean <firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com>
Nashville - Tuesday, July 27, 2004 at 03:22:46 (CEST)
Hey everyone, I wanted to remind everyone that the annual Patsy Cline festival in Winchester
is coming up this labor day weekend. Anyone who can make it should try and be there, it's
really fun and you'll get to meet lots of cool people and spend the weekend talking about
our beautiful Patsy. Hope to see ya'll there.
Winchester, Va USA - Friday, July 23, 2004 at 22:05:06 (CEST)
Hi, I'm Geraldine. I am so thrilled to find this site. Patsy is my one and only singer.
I love her songs and I have nearly got them all. She had very unique voice that no one
will replace. She is the greatest. If you have any pictures of Patsy I would keep them
forever. Take care.
Geraldine McMullan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
U.K., Co.Down - Friday, July 23, 2004 at 20:11:44 (CEST)
Well, I'm back. Been a few years. First, thanks to Per. I met one of my dearest internet
pals in here. I'm am still a huge Patsy fan. My mom got me hooked as a kid and I play
her music all the time. I'm proud to say I am raising 3 more big Patsy fans. They sing
her music at Jam Sessions with their dad all the time. It is very safe to say Patsy will
live forever in our hearts. Thanks for everything.
Janice (A.K.A Bigpatsyfan) <email@example.com>
Thursday, July 22, 2004 at 00:00:27 (CEST)
Hello there, this is from Sue and Janel, and we just got done watching the movie with
Loretta Lynn and Patsy in it, "Coal Miner's Daughter", and then was also on-line and
went to Patsy's web site and now am filling this out, and we loved Pasty Cline and gosh
it makes us want to cry a bit, just to know how she was and what she wanted to do in her
life and sing and also how she sang her songs to reach out to everyone and we sure wished
she never died, but she did and always glad to watch her movies, and so please e-mail us
about all of her movies and also where we can look for them. We live in a small town called
Kirbyville, Texas and we have two video stores to rent from, so not sure if they have any
or not, so please e-mail us about where to find her movies and thanks and God Bless each
and everyone, Jesus sweet name, Amen!!! Sue & Janel!!!!
Sue & Janel <docilecat_1@hotmail>
Kirbyville, Tx USA - Tuesday, July 20, 2004 at 07:28:06 (CEST)
I'm a fan of Patsy Cline, even though I'm only 25. My mom listened to her when I was very
little, and hearing her songs brings back alot of memories. Thanks Patsy.
Amy Butterfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lakeview, Oh USA - Sunday, July 18, 2004 at 05:09:18 (CEST)
I am so happy to read all of this information. Last summer I went into the rainbow
nightclub where Patsy sang and where the movie was filmed. That was the greatest feeling
to be in the club where she had sang and to see all the pictures on the wall. It was a
chilling experience for me. I am the lead singer in The Abirose Band and I sing alot of
Patsy songs. My dream is to get the chance to step on that stage and sing a song. I am
planning a trip soon from Baltimore for the band to take a road trip to go there and listen
to the band playing for the night in hopes that they will let us sit in and sing a song.
If this happens one of my life long dreams will come true. Keep up with all the good
comments, I can never hear enough and wow, to hear from Julie, that was great.
Norma Jean <email@example.com>
Rosedale, MD - Thursday, July 15, 2004 at 17:32:19 (CEST)
Hey, if anyone wants to read a recent article about Patsy, go to
Somewhere on the website you should be able to look at past issues, there was an article
on Saturday June 10. I thought you all would be interested.
Winchester, Va USA - Wednesday, July 14, 2004 at 00:04:38 (CEST)
Hi everyone. I want to give a big thank you to all of you that signed the guestbook on my
Patsy website, it really makes me feel good to see what people have to say. Does anyone
know Anne Armstrong's email address? I need to write to her. Thanks again and I love you Patsy.
Winchester, Va USA - Monday, July 05, 2004 at 22:43:56 (CEST)
Is anyone interested in a promotional copy of Patsy Cline's 1. A Poor Man's Roses,
2. Come On In, 3. A Church, A Courtroom, Then Goodbye, 4. Hidin' Out.
All four songs are on one 45 in excellent condition, published by 4-Star sales.
Western, NY USA - Sunday, July 04, 2004 at 22:18:19 (CEST)
Hey Patsy fans. I just wanted to beg everyone to please check out my Patsy site. I worked
hard on it and I want some fellow Patsy lovers to sign my guestbook. Thanks y'all.
Winchester, Va USA - Saturday, June 26, 2004 at 23:05:49 (CEST)
I must say how much I enjoy listening to Patsy Cline's music. I have read a book on Patsy's
life and thought about what a fantastic lady she was and the fond memories she has left with
the peoples' lives she has touched. As I am a 17 year old, it is quite uncommon for my age
range to listen to country music, especially by my friends but I don't care. Patsy Cline's
music makes you appreciate everything and her music is fantastic, it is truely special and
she is sadly missed by millions across the world, me included (even though I wasn't born
when she died). She is truely an inspiration to me.
Michelle-Ann Sinclair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Liverpool, England - Friday, June 25, 2004 at 21:31:01 (CEST)
I love Patsy Cline. I have loved country music my whole life. I have met country music stars.
Jones Owens Pierce Snow Young Conlee Davis Wynett Tweety Lynn and more. Others I wish I have
met, Williams Patsy Cash Reeves Strait Anderson Danials and many others. I have been to the
Opry and Nashville 5 times all over to see country music. I hope young people keep the music
country music. I am proud to be raised on country music. I had my own band at one time. Brite
Lights and Country Music. I am a country cowboy at heart. Glad to see country music alive and
well. Thank God for country music. Sincerely, country boy.
Stephen Harwanko <SoupsNuts@yahoo.com>
Camden, NJ USA - Friday, June 25, 2004 at 21:09:00 (CEST)
I really enjoy reading all the comments on your site. I'm a 31 year old mother of 2. I listen
to Patsy all the time, my kids love her. My 4 year old can sing every word!!
We have a 20 minute ride to town every day and a cassette player in the car. If I don't
get it on the right song they grip till I find it. I LOVE IT!! I'M SO PROUD!! They sing to
Patsy like most kids sing to BARNEY.
FUNNY... I called to make a Dr. appointment one day, they asked my name... I said Misty
Cline. The receptionist asked if she could put me on hold. When she came back on the phone
she said... Patsy! and I said no, but Thank ya! If I sounded like her I wouldn't need this
appointment. She got so tickled!!
I've never really read her story but hope to catch up through the help of your site.
Misty Cline <email@example.com>
Benton, KY - Wednesday, June 23, 2004 at 03:47:42 (CEST)
I was just wondering if anyone knows anything about the man named Al Hogan who is buried
adjacent to Patsy Cline. My dad asked me and I have no idea so I thought maybe someone here
would know. Apparently he was also a musician of some sort. Thanks and I love you Patsy!!!!!
winchester, va USA - Tuesday, June 22, 2004 at 22:40:26 (CEST)
Comment: At this site you can read
the following paragraph:
"We were visited frequently by the late Al Hogan. A local country singer who had quite a
following at the area bars. Hogan died on the stage of the county fair in Winchester the
summer of ’86 while doing (if I remember correctly) a rendition of Elvis’ 'Burning Love'.
Or was it his Tom Jones imitation, hmmmm. Anyway, Hogan’s fan base was so passionate, they
couldn’t understand why, if Winchester named a street after Patsy Cline, why they couldn’t
do it for Al Hogan. I still have an Al Hogan cassette." /Per
I love Patsy Cline!
Whittier, CA USA - Monday, June 21, 2004 at 06:40:12 (CEST)
If anyone is coming to Winchester soon and needs directions to places to go or some ideas
of some fun Patsy places to go to, just email me and I'll be happy to give you some tips,
I live in Winchester and know all the places of interest.
winchester, va USA - Saturday, June 19, 2004 at 02:44:53 (CEST)
Ms. Cline is the patron saint-ess for our team at work! We give a "Patsy" award to people
who contribute to the projects we do. It might be fun for you to know that I work for a
very well-known global software company and having Patsy and her music as the guiding theme
in our department is pretty "out-there", but her music and that angelic voice has done more
to bond us as a team than any "modern management" concept! I could go on and on but really
just want to say . . . I love you Patsy and I know a bunch of geeks who love you, too!!!
Somewhere in OR USA - Friday, June 18, 2004 at 16:23:27 (CEST)
Going to go to Winchester for the tour. If anyone knows of any information, points of intrest,
even the address to the house in Gore, Va that would be very helpful. Love Patsy Cline's music.
Hollie Gorman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Waynesboro, Va United States - Thursday, June 17, 2004 at 00:04:25 (CEST)
I really love Patsy's music! Her voice was amazing and unlike anyone else's voice at that
time. She was also a very beautiful woman. She looked somewhat ethnic, and I'd like to
know if she was of mixed heritage.
Oxford, NC US - Monday, June 14, 2004 at 16:50:38 (CEST)
I love her songs and I'm really proud of joining the fan forum. I've no words to express
her beautiful voice. God Loved her voice and wanted her to lead the Choirs in heaven that's
why God took her up with him. With luv, Preethi Sheba
Preethi Sheba <email@example.com>
Chennai, TN India - Monday, June 14, 2004 at 11:37:34 (CEST)
Hey All. Some of you already know that Mandy Barnett will be doing a FREE show in Nashville
July 2, 2004 at the Opry Plaza Party. This is out by the Grand Ole Opry House. I picked up
a copy of the Nashville Scene and saw in a few other places that it is being advertised as
"Mandy Barnett Sings Patsy Cline". Recently she did a show up north where she did several
Patsy Cline tunes as well some of her own. The show is 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. the opening
act is Adriene Young and Little Sadie. I attended the Dale Watson show this weekend and he
started around 9:00 p.m. There is plenty of food to purchase so you can get there early to
grab a good spot. You might consider bringing a chair, since seats are limited. Not sure at
this time if I will be able to attend, you know that work thing misses up great plans.
Don't forget to stop by the Opry gift shop for baby sleepers and t-shirts for toddlers with
Patsy's image on them. Please let me know if you are attending so we can meet up.
Jimmy Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sunday, June 13, 2004 at 17:41:01 (CEST)
I think Patsy was a great country singer. I think her voice was more than country. I think
she could have sung jazz as well as classical. Anyways, I think she is great, just wish she
was here singing for us. Her songs that I like the most were: I Fall to Pieces, Mariah, Crazy,
Walking after Midnight, Sweet Dreams of You, Back in Baby's Arms. These are some of my
favourite songs that she sang. She truly is one of the greatest voices of her time. She
will be remembered forever!
Lynda R. Wilkerson
Orem, UT U.S.A. - Sunday, June 13, 2004 at 08:54:34 (CEST)
Comment: What is "Mariah"? /Per
NOBODY SINGS LIKE PATSY!!!!!! Anyway, hi everyone, I just want to remind you all to take a
look at my Patsy website and sign the guestbook. Keep spreading the love for our girl. I
LOVE YOU FOREVER, PATSY!!!!
Carrie Aubin <email@example.com>
Martinsburg, WV USA - Thursday, June 10, 2004 at 22:38:18 (CEST)
For all of you Patsy Cline fans, I want to tell you about a new country singer, Logan Wells,
who sounds exactly like Patsy. She has her own style as well, but she does A Tribute to Patsy
Cline show that will knock your socks off. I saw Logan in Las Vegas last December when she
debuted with her Patsy Cline Tribute on the very same stage where Elvis performed at the Las
Vegas Hilton. You can hear samples of Logan's wonderful voice by checking her website at
http://www.loganwells.com. My favorite Patsy Cline
songs and Logan's renditions of them are "Sweet Dreams" and "I Fall To Pieces". Believe me,
when you hear Logan sing, you will say: "It's like Patsy has been reincarnated!"
Carolyn Baligush <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Solon, OH U.S.A. - Wednesday, June 09, 2004 at 02:02:24 (CEST)
When I was in college I went to a local beauty shop to have my hair cut. The stylist told me
that she loved Pasty Cline and asked if I minded if she played one of her CDs. I fell in love
with her too that day. Quite a break from my usual pop and alternative rock.
A couple of years later I mentioned to my mom that I loved Pasty Cline and (after being very
surprised) she told me that my grandfather had loved her too. I had lost my grandfather many
years before that, but now, I can listen to Patsy and feel a little closer to him as well.
Her voice was incredible and she just somehow sings right to your heart. She is certainly one
of a kind.
Edwardsville, IL - Monday, June 07, 2004 at 14:38:06 (CEST)
Looking for information on Patsy's auto accident that occurred in 1961. Wondering if there are
any photos of the car either at the scene or afterwards. Been a Patsy fan for a loooong time
but have found very little on this topic. Thanks,
J. Foose <email@example.com>
Cleveland, OH USA - Monday, June 07, 2004 at 06:45:54 (CEST)
I've always loved Patsy Cline, since the first time I heard the song "Crazy". Great site,
Barry Sanders <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Centerville, oh USA - Saturday, June 05, 2004 at 01:51:55 (CEST)
I first listened to Patsy when I was 16 and it was the lovely "Walking after midnight".
I ended up with tears in my eyes as the song is really touching. I have now collected
over forty songs. There will always be a Patsy Cline right under the majestic African
Chiku Mkwamba <email@example.com>
Malawi - Friday, June 04, 2004 at 22:39:49 (CEST)
I think about Patsy Cline, listen her music 10050 times. I am so sorry about Patsy Cline
in plane crash. I to start to cry I never her and never see her movies.
PS. Please I want to in join in Patsy Cline fan club
Thanks, Eric C Dyer
Eric Christopher Dyer <Ebyer@butlercc.edu>
El Dorado, KS usa - Thursday, June 03, 2004 at 21:43:37 (CEST)
Hello everyone, just want to tell that I'm working on the first GERMAN written homepage
about Patsy Cline. Here in Germany there's no info at all about Patsy available in our
language for the fans. So I thought.. I'm a fan of Patsy, why not make a site yourself?
It´s a lot of work. I have to read all (american) books and make written translations
before I can put anything on the site but it's a lot of fun too. My husband is getting
crazy of me because a play her music all day long at moment.
God bless you all, Ilonka.
Ilonka Liska <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Alsdorf, Germany - Monday, May 31, 2004 at 22:20:14 (CEST)
Hi everyone, is it just me or does it bother anyone else when someone says that they
can sing like Patsy? I know there are a lot of talented singers out there, I just don't
like it when some people say they sound like Patsy. No one sounds like Patsy. Her
beautiful voice is one of a kind. Also it bothers me that k.d. lang claims to be Patsy
reincarnated. I don't believe in that and I don't think she has a right to say that.
Does anyone agree, I don't think it's true. Anyway, thanks Julie for signing my guest
book and congratulations on your daughter's second pregnancy. I hope the baby is healthy.
Well, talk to you all later and continue to love Patsy. I know I always will!!!
Carrie Aubin <email@example.com>
Martinsburg, WV USA - Monday, May 31, 2004 at 02:49:16 (CEST)
Back in 1957 I was at the Wis. state fair helping a sketch artist do charcoal portraits
of people. Patsy Cline asked me if I would do one of her and invited me behind the tent
that she and Porter Waggoner were playing in. I did the picture for her and she gave me
an autographed photo. It's the same photo that you list on this web site as "After winning
Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts Jan 1957". It has her signature on the back and an imprint
of her signature on the front from having signed something else. I also have a promotional
picture of Porter Waggoner and his troup signed by all from the same time. In addition I
have a piece of paper that they all signed for me (including Patsy). It is not dated but
it was the only time that I met them all.
Since I am not a collector I would like to know if any of you could tell me the best way
to go about selling these at the best price. I feel like I don't need them as I have the
memory of having been there. I just have no idea of what they might be worth and would
like to look into it. Thank you for any suggestions.
Pat Z Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chesapeake, VA USA - Sunday, May 30, 2004 at 16:18:52 (CEST)
Hi everyone, I havent written since 2000. I can't believe myself. But don't think that I
have ever stopped loving Patsy even for a second. As a matter of fact I went to the Apple
Blossom Festival in 2001 and met Julie, and Michelle (she was pregnant then). I also met
Charlie for the second time. Let me just tell you that I am head over heels in love with
Patsy, she is the best!!! Julie, if you read this will you please look at my website, it
has pictures of us from the Apple Blossom Festival in 2001. If you don't remember meeting
me, maybe these pics will refresh you memory. Meeting you was the greatest and most special
events in my life. It was almost like meeting Patsy herself. I want you to know that you
made me the happiest girl in the world and I couldnt stop smiling for the longest time.
I still have our pics and your autogragh which I keep in a scrapbook along with all of my
Patsy pics and memorabilia (I have a box full of Patsy things). Julie, I wanted to tell you
a story that may relate to you how honored I was to meet you. After the Apple Blossom
Festival was over and I came back home to Maryland where I was living at the time, I could
not find my camera that had our pic on it. I looked everywhere and could not find it. I
cried and cried for days until I got the idea to call around to places I had been in
Winchester to see if a camera had been turned in. I called Gaunts drug store and can you
believe that they had my camera. I must have sat it down somewhere and forgot it. But they
sent it to me. At last I was reunited with my treasures. I will keep those pics forever.
I love Patsy and your family so much that I can even explain it, Patsy means the world to
me and that will never change. She is always in my heart. Julie, if you get this would you
please sign the guestbook on my site. It would mean the world to me. I hope Michelle's son
is doing great as well as everyone else. Please say hi to Charlie for me. thank you all so
much for the difference you've made in my life. I am so grateful to have met you and grateful
that I have Patsy in my life!!!!
Carrie Aubin <email@example.com>
Martinsburg, WV USA - Sunday, May 30, 2004 at 07:22:01 (CEST)
The dream of many fans, for years, is to get the Patsy Cline Memorial Bell Tower at
Shenandoah Memorial Park to play. With your help, this will occur by Labor Day Weekend
Contracts have been negotiated to install a computerized sound system in the tower at
cost. A challenge has been issued to raise $500 (which will be matched). Any and all
help is greatly appreciated.
If you would like to contribute, send donations to:
Patsy Cline Bell Tower Committee
2630 Blue Ridge Tr.
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Spread the word.
Bill Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Knoxville, TN USA - Wednesday, May 26, 2004 at 18:42:12 (CEST)
Hi Everybody: I'm a disc jockey from Northern California and a longtime fan of Patsy Cline.
I am very curious about the coins on her grave, and the stories behind them. Anything you
could tell me about this would be greatly appreciated. Coins have a special significance
for me and I'm curious about the coins on Patsy's grave in particular. Thanks much for
anything you might be able to share. Yours truly, Candi Chamberlain
Program Director & Morning Show Host, Oldies 96.7 in Santa Rosa, CA
Middays on KRSH, The Krush, 95.9 and 95.5
Candi Chamberlain <email@example.com>
Santa Rosa, CA United States - Sunday, May 23, 2004 at 21:40:06 (CEST)
Comment: This is what I wrote several years ago on my grave site page:
"The pennies around the name plaque are probably left there by several people, and they represent
a link to a loved one who is far away... It is a link of the heart between two people while they
are apart..." I don't remember who I got this explanation from, but I am sure that it is
LeAnn Rimes is excellent.
Cambridgeshire, England - Saturday, May 22, 2004 at 15:29:57 (CEST)
Paul, according to an article in today's Winchester Star, the estate dispute has been
settled and the remaining items will be disbursed between Patsy's brother and sister by
July 16. Unless one of the siblings decides to sell the items they receive, there probably
won't be any additional auctions as previously speculated.
Bill Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Knoxville, TN USA - Friday, May 21, 2004 at 15:03:22 (CEST)
Comment: The article that Bill mentions can be read on the News Page /Per
Like to say a massive hello to all Patsy fans around the world. This is the first time
I've ever sent an e-mail to say what a great loss to all the day Patsy died. The reason
I had to write is only a few days ago I was so shocked to see that a large number of
items have been sold off at auction. Why is this ? Why have they not been kept together
and displayed for all to see. Great job to those who are trying to raise money to buy
as many items as they can, (you know who you are) for the museum. I'm planing a trip to
the next auction to see if I'm able to buy something so any info would be vital to me,
lets try to club together in someway. Anyone wishing to offer any info please contact me
asap many thanks. Great job also to the team that runs this web site, came across this by
chance and what a great find. All the best to everyone who is still keeping the memory
Paul White <Paul.White150@ntlworld.com>
England - Friday, May 14, 2004 at 23:51:40 (CEST)
I have been glued to my seat reading all the wonderful things everyone has written about
Patsy. All I can say is that I agree with everything said. The chills that run up my spine
when I hear her sing are from shear awe. Words do not begin to express how much I adore her
and her absolutely unmistakable voice. In my eyes she is, always has been, and always will
be the greatest. Thank you, everyone, for sharing what to me means so much. And to Julie
and family, I say this: Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your time in responding.
Lena Littlejohn <Littlejohn58@aol.com>
Mayflower, AR USA - Friday, May 14, 2004 at 09:22:03 (CEST)
Her music has helped me understand life in a new way. In today's world music is misunderstood,
but when you litsen to her music it comes out so clear and you understand things she is trying
to say. I just wish she were still alive and making music, for now she would have been the only
one making it true if she was.
Talladega, AL United States - Friday, May 14, 2004 at 03:33:53 (CEST)
Wonderful page, dedicated to a great lady.
Vicky Ford <email@example.com>
Deal Island, MD USA - Thursday, May 13, 2004 at 06:00:01 (CEST)
Ken, thanks for telling us about Sonny's page. That is a rare photo we all are raving
over. Always, Jimmy
Jimmy Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thursday, May 06, 2004 at 03:06:56 (CEST)
While surfing the net, I came across a rare photo of Patsy performing in a club in
Ohio. I thought the rest of her fans might be interested in seeing it. It is located
on Sonny Curtis' website:
Ken C. <email@example.com>
Tuesday, May 04, 2004 at 15:26:01 (CEST)
To Patsy's family: I just wanted you all to know that Patsy's music has brought me
great comfort and I am passing it on to my two daughters who are 9 and 6. They ask
me to play "Crazy" all the time. We went out to dinner and Patsy was playing at the
restaraunt and they were so delighted. I love that another generation will enjoy her
music. I hope everyone in your family is doing well.
santa Cruz, Ca - Friday, April 30, 2004 at 19:05:55 (CEST)
I first learned of Patsy when I was 9 yrs old. My mother had a tape of her music.
I listened and automatically fell in love. I had been singing since I was about 5yrs.
old. I started to sing just her songs. My Mom and Grandmother thought I was great.
I got the chance to sing her songs in 3 places where there was lots of people. Once
at the REO Palm Isle in Longview, Tx., another and a feed store that was holding a
talent competion and another at Denim & Diamonds a honky tonk joint that me and
my Grandmother would go to. It was always my Grandmother's dream for me to have a
singing career and to sing Patsy's songs. Today 4/29/2004 will mark the 3rd anniversery
of my Grandmother's death. I don't mean to toot my own horn but I practiced so much on
Patsy's songs that I got rather good at it. Well, I guess that is all. I love Patsy
Cline's music and the woman she was.
White Oak, Tx USA - Thursday, April 29, 2004 at 18:58:20 (CEST)
I am VERY interested in attending the Patsy Cline "picnic" in Winchester - Can someone
please send me info on the event? I will be in Winchester for a family reunion in late
August. It would be great to gather with other Patsy Fanatics! T. Chops
Milwaukee, WI USA - Wednesday, April 28, 2004 at 06:45:12 (CEST)
I heard that Patsy Cline has a song called "I'm Hogtied Over You". Does anyone happen
to know the lyrics to it?
Sioux City, IA USA - Wednesday, April 21, 2004 at 04:37:45 (CEST)
Comment: That song was sung by Patsy and Cowboy Copas in a television show. I think it
was "Jubilee USA", ca 1960. It is not available on record. According to the
All-Music Guide the song has been recorded by
Tennessee Ernie Ford (who probably wrote it) and by Ella Mae Morse. /Per
I will always be a Patsy Cline fan. I have almost all her music. Mostly on LPs and 45s.
I visited her hometown a few years ago. The people were awesome!! Her music will always
be in our hearts and mine.
Cut Off, La 70345 - Monday, April 19, 2004 at 23:13:04 (CEST)
I love Patsy Cline's music... "Crazy" is my favorite. How are Patsy's children, and what
has become of them? I hope that the love that we together have for their mother will keep
them together... They were so young... What are their ages?
Patricia Ann Wiggs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fort Worth, Tx Tarrant - Saturday, April 17, 2004 at 11:00:31 (CEST)
Comment: Patsy's daughter Julie was born in 1958 and her brother Randy in 1961. Julie has
written several entries here in the forum over the years, and if you browse through the
pages, you can easily spot her entries since they are presented in blue color. And there
are also a couple of entries by Patsy's husband Charlie Dick. /Per
I enjoy a few of Patsy's songs...
Savannah, Tn USA - Wednesday, April 14, 2004 at 18:16:08 (CEST)
Hi Per, just got the thrill of a couple emails from Julie. She and Charlie had no objection
to the songs on the site, but she could not give the final permission. It would have to come
from, like you said, Sony and/or Acuff-Rose and MCA Records. I know I'd never get permission
from all of those lol, BUT what about a midi site? I have written permission from several
sequencers of midi music and they have several Patsy Cline midis. The link will take you to
what I've been working on as a backup and I'd just have to switch them to the banner free
site. Or is this restricted too because Patsy is such a legend?
Thanks Teach lol,
John T Smith Jr
John T Smith Jr <email@example.com>
Waynesboro, VA USA - Wednesday, April 14, 2004 at 01:33:35 (CEST)
Comment: Midis are of course much less controversial to use on the net than the "real"
recordings, and I imagine that the only people who may have something to say about it, are
the composers who made the music. But I don't think they care all that much when it comes
to midis, so if you replace the "real" recordings with midis, then I don't think anybody
would mind. /Per
Just heard from Julie recently. She told me that her daughter Michelle and her husband
Nathan are expecting again in August!! So congratulations are in order to them!!
Syracuse, NY USA - Thursday, April 08, 2004 at 20:30:34 (CEST)
I recently lost my grandfather and one of my most precious memories of my relationship with
him was that he introduced me to Patsy's music. Because of him I discovered this person's
music that truly changed my life, my heart... it is also a connection I will always have to him.
Jessica Johnsen Quiroli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Philadelphia, PA USA - Thursday, April 08, 2004 at 07:42:47 (CEST)
Patsy is the best
Mirranda Finlinson <email@example.com>
Cloumbus, OH USA - Wednesday, April 07, 2004 at 22:12:08 (CEST)
What Patsy Cline CD most closely matches the "Favorite Songs" as voted on this website?
Canada - Wednesday, April 07, 2004 at 06:33:10 (CEST)
I have always been a Patsy Cline fan.
Bonnie Zurfluh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Albany, Wi 53502 - Monday, April 05, 2004 at 14:45:56 (CEST)
Hey All, Just wanted to let you all know that fellow fans and friends of Patsy and Charlie,
The Armstrong's, will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary April 3, 2004. Anne stops
in here once in awhile. They plan to have a family dinner and photo shot that day. She says
they have had plenty of parties and will not be having a big party, just a simple family dinner.
Congratulations Anne and Norm of Canada! Always, Jimmy Walker
Jimmy Walker <email@example.com>
Lexington, Ky - Monday, March 29, 2004 at 19:28:36 (CEST)
I am trying to find out about a Patsy Cline band member by the name of "Patches". He had this
nickname because he wore a patch over one of his eyes and he had American Indian ancestry
background. He also was a very tall about 6'4 with a last name of Foster... Please help me to
find out if Patches is still alive or not. The last I had heard was that he may have been
living in the state of Maryland. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you,
Alan Kagan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lakewood, NJ USA - Monday, March 29, 2004 at 16:53:38 (CEST)
Hi Per and friends, I have the option of buying a jacket with a photo of Patsy Cline on the
back, and with it says "A CLOSER WALK WITH Patsy Cline" (written) then on the bottom is "FIRST
NATIONAL TOUR". I was wondering if you would know anything about the jacket and if a person
called Dino was associated with the Patsy Cline Show. That is the name on the front of the jacket.
Hope you all to have purchased your "The Commemorative 1.5 lb Patsy Cline Chip Tin--Limited Edition"
Mine just arrived yesterday and it is more beautiful then the picture on the order site with pictures
of Patsy all around the can. You can view and order at
http://www.rt11.com/rt11/ and this goes to helping CPC
purchase Patsy's home at 608 Kent Street. There are only about 900 left so hurry. God Bless, John
Waynesboro, Va - Saturday, March 27, 2004 at 13:10:03 (CET)
I guess I have loved Patsy ever since I was a little girl. Her songs reach down into the very
soul of people. I would say my very favorite song is "Walking After Midnight". To the best of
my knowledge she and my step father are related in the cousin line somehow, you see he is a
Hensley from the Valley as well. I truly hope that her family will always know that there are
still people today who listen and love and respect her music and her memory. I would love to
have been around and met her. I myself am a very spirited and outspoken woman and feel that I
have the heart to go on and love like she did. Thank you for listening and keeping her memory
Tammy E. Gallihugh <Wolfwoman8024@aol.com>
Charlottesville, VA USA - Thursday, March 25, 2004 at 16:13:20 (CET)
Congratulations to Patsy Cline for inclusion of "Crazy" on the National Registry of Historic
Sounds! Click on "news" to check out the company she is keeping on this list. She deserves this.
In my opinion she eclipses all other female singers of any genre!
Pam Underwood <email@example.com>
Raleigh, NC USA - Monday, March 22, 2004 at 23:13:29 (CET)
Tuesday evening March 23rd, Great American Country (GAC) cable tv network will air the
Remembering Patsy Cline tribute from its Grand Ole Opry program that was originally telecast
last autumn. It is scheduled for 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. EST.
Monday, March 22, 2004 at 00:00:24 (CET)
I grew up listening to Patsy Cline. I still enjoy listen to her music. Thank you for keeping
her song alive I appreciate very much. A friend, Ken Rothanburg
Ken Rothanburg <KRothanburg@charter.net>
Waite Park, MN Stearns - Sunday, March 21, 2004 at 06:06:58 (CET)
Hi Gang, I hope some of you can help me. Also hope that Julie or Charlie will view this and
send some info. I found your site and forum through a new friend, Jimmy Walker, which I'm sure
you are all well familiar with. I have loved Patsy Cline since my teens (now 61 years young
lol) and have my heart set on making a site for Patsy Cline. I now have got one going and need
to know what I can and cannot do as to pages, songs, photos, copyrights, etc.
I live in Waynesboro about an hour and a half from Winchester and visit there often. I have
this self made pledge that I will have flowers on Patsy's grave every March 9th for the burial
service there and a decorated tree on Christmas Eve just for Patsy. I dearly pray I can keep my
site and continue to add to it. God Bless you all, John
My Site: Only N Always Patsy http://www.luvnpatsy.com
John T Smith Jr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Waynesboro, Va USA - Saturday, March 20, 2004 at 02:23:16 (CET)
I have always been a country and western fan raised on it all of my life from the sixties on.
My father and mother were avid fans of hers. I love Patsy Cline's music and her wonderful voice. Tim
Tim Morton <email@example.com>
Belfair, WA USA - Monday, March 15, 2004 at 21:19:43 (CET)
I like Patsy Cline songs like "She's got you" and "Sweet dreams" and "Crazy" and "I fall to pices"
and "Blue moon of Kentucky". Her best friend was Loretta Lynn, they were the best of friends.
Loretta Lynn had twins, she named the twins Peggy and Patsy. Patsy was happy for her friend Loretta.
Debbie Ann Dunn
Haverhill, MA - Friday, March 12, 2004 at 17:34:21 (CET)
I'm looking for a Patsy Cline wig (early days) and full charts written for 4-5 piece band!
Bonnie Kilroe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Vancouver, Canada - Thursday, March 11, 2004 at 21:54:47 (CET)
I like Patsy Cline and her music and her life story, all bout her life story. Her best friend
was Loretta Lynn and they were the best of friends when Patsy was alive. Patsy and Loretta Lynn
went on the road together all the time. When Patsy told Loretta to come on stage with her they
sing a good song together, it was called "Back in baby's arms". Patsy and Loretta went meet their
husbands after at a local bar. Patsy and Loretta had two glasses of gin and coke.
Haverhill, MA - Thursday, March 11, 2004 at 17:02:18 (CET)
Happy belated birthday to Hilda Hensley who would have been 88 yesterday!!
Syracuse, NY USA - Wednesday, March 10, 2004 at 19:49:42 (CET)
I've been a fan for over 30 years and have sang her songs in lots of places, including karaokes.
Lots of people say I sound like her.
Wendy Hinton <email@example.com>
England - Wednesday, March 10, 2004 at 17:28:59 (CET)
I love her work. God Bless her.
Aus - Wednesday, March 10, 2004 at 04:18:34 (CET)
I HAVE BEEN ALL OVER NIAGARA FALLS AND BUFFALO NY TRYING TO FIND A COPY OF "SWEET DREAMS" AND
STILL COME UP EMPTY. PLEASE TELL ME WERE I CAN GET ONE AND IS IT ON DVD? THANK YOU
Daniel Dragonette <ddragon126@MSN.COM>
Niagara Falls, NY USA - Wednesday, March 10, 2004 at 02:51:28 (CET)
Howdy Gang!! Well, gather round the campfire, for a bit of info... The Winchester weekend was
wonderful. First of all, I would like to tell you that I am now officially a board member of CPC.
My role is to be a fan liason. That means that I want to hear everything that you have to say,
good, bad, and ugly, so that our voices can be heard. Please do not feel that you can't say stuff
in front of me, because it is my job to take our concerns, thoughts and ideas before the board.
I am here to serve Patsy and YOU, the fans. I wanted to let you know this so that you are aware
that there is a fan presence at CPC, and that they do care about what we think.
Now, for the really good stuff... At the meeting, a proposal that was drawn up by a small group
of fans was approved. It's called Projects for Patsy. It will allow us, the fans, the ability to
try and fundraise through CPC for small projects, such as the belltower, keeping flowers at
Shenandoah, keeping Patsy's marker cleaned and maintained, and raising money for items for the
museum, and anything else we can think of. The committe members are:
Judy Sue Huyett-Kempf
We will be on the committee for one year, and invite you all to participate, comment, and please
help us in any way that you can think of. As committee members, we are available to you via email,
etc. Please feel free to contact us at any time.
The Belltower is SO close to being able to play. We have found a way to do it for under $1,000.00.
It's simple, and all of the how-to-do-its are dealt with, we just need to raise a few hundred bucks
to have that tower sing.
The paypal account established for fan donations thru CPC is still active and working. So please
donate anything, even a buck. Please indicate what you want it to go for, whether the bell tower,
the flowers fund, or acquisitions.
CPC is very supportive of our efforts, and we can get these important projects done, as they work
to procure the museum. On the museum front, good news... The Route 11 chip tins have made over
$4,000.00 so far for the purchase of 608 S. Kent St. Only a few hundred tins have sold, with over
1,000 left to sell. These tins are totally gorgeous, a must have for any Patsy fan. Go to the Route
11 Website at www.rt11.com and order yours asap!!! The proceeds go to CPC!
Also, don't forget about the matching donation project from the holders of the house, the Addams
family. When you donate to APC, the family will match your donation for up to a total of $10,000.
They want to see what we fans can do, so let's not let them down.
I know I might be sounding like I'm begging for money, well, I am, I guess... The thing that the
effort for Patsy needs is some of that green stuff. None of us are rich here by any means, but if
each of us gives a little, it can add up.
Thanks for listening, and I hope that we can all work together to do things to keep our Patsy's
memory alive and well for years to come. The rest of the weekend was superb, the play was a
bittersweet tribute. A HUGE and special thanks to Judy Sue for putting together the Wayside fan
dinner, and to Betsy at the Wayside for one helluva dinner! The whole thing was quite a tribute
to our Gal. Thanks also to APC for sending a beautiful bouquet out to Shenandoah, and to our
florist, Webbers, for their discount for CPC to send flowers too. The fans did bring roses, which
went out to Shenandoah as well. Bottom line, gang, is that Patsy's resting place was beautifully
adorned, and appropriately so. Thanks to all of you who make that possible.
Wexford, PA USA - Tuesday, March 09, 2004 at 20:04:00 (CET)
Patsy to me was the angel of all angels. Between her and Loretta there was no stopping
the rise of woman country stars. They are the original honky tonk girls, and we are all
privilaged to have there music to ease all that is wrong or good in your life. All the love.
Ailene Maneno <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pekin, IL United States - Tuesday, March 09, 2004 at 19:15:26 (CET)
P.S. Originally, I tried to make a link to Ron's review, but I guess this forum doesn't
deal in that kind of HTML, so here's a URL to it:
The title of it is: CRAZY, I FALL TO PIECES, WALKIN’ AFTER MIDNIGHT & More – PATSY CLINE.
Now to go over and share your URL with him... Kudos! AJ :o)
Ainsley Jo Phillips <email@example.com>
Anderson, IN USA - Saturday, March 06, 2004 at 14:56:27 (CET)
Hi! From what I've seen of it so far, this is a fantastic website for Patsy! After reading
a wonderful write-up about her at Epinions.com by Ron "JAGUARDOG" Drain, I was inspired to
do a GOOGLE-search to, among other things, find out what had become of her husband and kids.
This site has far exceeded my expectations re: what my search would turn up--and I'm going
to share its URL with Ron right away, because I know that he would enjoy this very much!!!
Blessings! AJ :o)
Ainsley Jo Phillips <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Anderson, IN USA - Saturday, March 06, 2004 at 14:46:30 (CET)
Shortly after Patsy was killed a few tribute albums came out (Most were really bad). One
that sticks out in my mind as bad Was by Holly Lane where she recorded some of the 4 star
material and some other terriable songs never recorded by Patsy. The one thing about this
album was a tribute song that was really pretty, it was called PATSY, it was an unknown
man and I would love the lyrics if anyone has it! The record was on the CROWN label! Who
was the Man singing this song?
One better tribute was by Faye Tucker she really did a great job on the one she did Dolly
Parton was on the back doing a Kitty Wells tribute. Does anyone have a copy of this album
they can copy for me?
Kent, Wa USA - Saturday, March 06, 2004 at 04:54:23 (CET)
Hey all. Just think... today, we all lost "the voice"! I know Patsy would be proud that we
all remembered her. Sweet Dreams....
nashville, tn - Saturday, March 06, 2004 at 01:45:44 (CET)
Today is the day we think of Patsy, a fine singer she was, honesty and classy. Her legend
lives on, a true bloomed Rose, fresh and fragrant and beautiful, endearing, inspiring...
May you continue to Shine in God's Garden and look down upon your fans and friends and family
with THE CLINE SMILE and HEART... God Bless You Patsy Today... Jacki :) March 5/2004
CANADA - Friday, March 05, 2004 at 20:14:28 (CET)
I have loved Patsy Cline from the first time I heard her sing when I was 3 years old.
Unfortunately she died before I was even born. But, over the years, I have managaed to
obtain every piece of her music that has come available. As a young child, I looked at
Patsy as my "special friend", she was always in my dreams and became my "guardian angel".
A few months ago, I was tracing my family history and BAM -- guess what? I'm kin to her!!
This made me absolutely ecstatic!! I know it's probably not close kin, but she is my cousin
just the same and I am so proud to be able to say that... I love you, Patsy --- I can't wait
to meet you up there some day... "Sweet Dreams"...
Rena' Newcomb <email@example.com>
Rienzi, MS USA - Friday, March 05, 2004 at 19:53:59 (CET)
"I miss you darlin' more and more everyday..." Long live the legacy. We love our Patsy!
Thinking of her always but today especially... Jared
Jared Vaughn <JaredVaughn81@AOL.COM>
Spartanburg, SC USA - Friday, March 05, 2004 at 08:29:49 (CET)
Patsy Cline's voice has always given me chills. There is a quality like no other. My
heart aches that she was taken away from us at such a young age and when she had so
much more to give. I still love to listen to her while driving my Red Cavalier Convertible.
I couldn't be happier at that moment. I have only been on the internet for approximately
2 months and just found this website tonight. March 4, 2004 and realized it is the night
before her death. How ironic. I also just learned about a month ago that Jack Anglin was
killed on his way to her funeral. Jack Anglin is related to me, but I know very little
about the Anglins as my grandfather was killed in a car accident in 1925. He was
originally from Kentucky.
I have loved Patsy Cline since I first heard her records as a young girl. I love Country
Music! It is my heart and soul. Music was in my feet. I always wanted to sing like Patsy,
I miss her and I never knew her personally.
Mary Anglin <MNRed@TCQ.net>
Elk River, MN United States - Friday, March 05, 2004 at 04:18:53 (CET)
How almost 41 years since the anniversary which is tommorow!
Syracuse, NY USA - Thursday, March 04, 2004 at 20:03:48 (CET)
I watched "Sweet Dreams" last night and fell in love with Patsy all over again! No one
else can touch her in my opinion. Will always listen to Patsy and keep her music alive.
Thank you for this site for Patsy.
Pam Underwood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Raleigh, NC - Thursday, March 04, 2004 at 05:01:19 (CET)