Few country performers are as famous and respected as Patsy Cline. Like many cultural legends, Cline shot to stardom only to die tragically while at the peak of her career, then became immortalized by fans worldwide. Her unique voice remains a fixture of any serious country collection, while…more
Patsy Cline has her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It's located at 6160 Hollywood Blvd.
Patsy Cline is buried in the Shenendoah Memorial Park cemetery.
Patsy Cline's breakthrough hit was in 1957 with "Walkin' After Midnight."
Patsy Cline was a country music artist.
Patsy Cline's hit "I Fall To Pieces" was recorded in November of 1960.
Some of Patsy Cline's hits were released after her death like "Faded love" and "Sweet dreams."
Patsy Cline wore a wig to hide the scars on her forehead from her car accident.
While Patsy was hospitalized after the car accident, Loretta Lynn sang Patsy's big hit "I Fall To Pieces" on the air, as a tribute to her.
Patsy Cline had an affair with Bill Peer, while she was married to Gerald Cline.
Patsy Cline's father left in 1947. She was 15.
Patsy Cline has worked at a Greyhound Bus Terminal.
Patsy Cline had several jobs when she was young. She worked in a kitchen, she was a waitress, a clerk, a fountain attendant, and she worked behind a food counter.
Patsy Cline landed her first record deal in 1954, with Four Star Records.
When Patsy Cline was thirteen, she had rheumatic fever, which affected her voice.
Patsy Cline won first prize in a children's dance competition.
Patsy Cline's idol was Shirley Temple.
When Patsy Cline was child, she wanted to become a famous dancer.
Patsy Cline was called "Ginny" until she was about 20 years old.
Patsy Cline moved nearly 20 times as a child.
Patsy Cline lived at 815 Nella Drive in Goodlettsville, Tennessee.
Patsy Cline was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1973, 10 years after her death.
Patsy Cline died in 1963, along with her crew, in a plane crash on her way back home to Nashville.
Patsy Cline was ranked #1 on CMT's 40 Greatest Women of Country Music.
Patsy's winning appearance on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts in 1957 froze the applause meter used to judge contestants. She sang " Walkin' After Midnight."