Patsy Cline       Article     History   Tree Map
  Encyclopedia of Keywords > Arts > Music > Singers > Country Singers > Patsy Cline   Michael Charnine

Keywords and Sections
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Patsy Cline"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.


  1. Patsy Cline was 30 years old.
  2. Patsy Cline is one of the most famous country singer at all.
  3. Patsy Cline was an American country music singer.
  4. Patsy Cline was Bradley's most successful country-pop production.
  5. Patsy Cline was only 30 years old Nashville was in shock over the losses.

Patsy Cline

  1. The efforts to erect a Patsy Cline museum in Winchester, Virginia, are still on-going.
  2. One episode took her to pay homage to Patsy Cline's grave where she meets another visitor, singer Tanya Tucker, who played herself.
  3. On June 14, 1961, Patsy Cline and her brother were involved in a head-on car collision.
  4. For a complete discography, and a complete list of albums and singles, see the Patsy Cline discography page.
  5. The show referenced Patsy Cline throughout its run, and included several of Patsy Cline's hits, all sung by Burke.


  1. By the 1950's, June was one of country's brightest stars, performing throughout American with such talents as Hank Williams, Patsy Cline and Elvis Presley.
  2. Patsy Cline, she was voted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1973.
  3. Just let me sing and do my thing!---" - Dolly Parton "I think Patsy Cline made country music classy.


  1. When the album was released, critics compared Case to honky-tonk singers like Lynn and Patsy Cline.
  2. Its possibly through this picture (and book of the same name by Lynn), that Patsy Cline's popularity began to soar again.

Greatest Hits

  1. There is also a widely unknown instrumental version by guitarist Roy Buchanan, which was featured along with Patsy Cline's original in 2006's The Departed.
  2. Case is the queen of the No Depression movement, with her booming, diva-like vocals that bridge the gap between Patsy Cline and Chrissie Hynde.
  3. In 2005 her album "Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits" was certified by the RIAA as Diamond, meaning it had reached sales of 10 million copies.
  4. One of the most heard Country Music albums of all time, Patsy Cline---s Greatest Hits, has sold 10 million copies worldwide since its 1967 release.

Pay Homage

  1. It was Jan Howard who originally sang the demo for the Patsy Cline hit " I Fall to Pieces ".
  2. Bradley has been considered one of the founders of the Nashville Sound and had worked with many famous singers like Loretta Lynn and Patsy Cline.
  3. One episode took her to pay homage to Patsy Cline's grave where she meets another visitor, singer Tanya Tucker, who played herself.
  4. In 2003 it was covered by Natalie Cole for a tribute CD to Patsy Cline.
  5. Soon, Loretta was in the studio cutting sides with Bradley, producer at the time not only for Lee but Patsy Cline, Bill Anderson, and Webb Pierce.


  1. When Patsy Cline found out, she offered to let Brenda and her mother ride with she and her mother, Hilda.
  2. Brenda Lee, Patsy Cline and Connie Francis have all been suggested from you, and all would work, although I could live without a Connie revival.

Roy Clark

  1. Both Patsy Cline and Roy Clark got their starts with Dean, who eventually fired Clark, his lead guitarist, for his chronic tardiness.
  2. Thats why she put that 'Patsy Cline stamp' on everything she ever did." - Roy Clark "Its not like she died in a plane crash and that's why she's a legend.
  3. One day she sang song especially for Patsy Cline, who had car accident.

Female Country

  1. Patsy Cline is and perhaps will always be the standard bearer for all female Country singers.
  2. Kitty Wells broke down the doors for female country singers, paving the way for artists like Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette, and Loretta Lynn.
  3. Even older songwriter Harlan Howard, who helped write the Patsy Cline song " I Fall to Pieces " helped write the song "How Long", with Connie and Marty.


  1. At Decca, she would work with Owen Bradley, who had produced Patsy Cline.
  2. Being part of the show led to a once-in-a-lifetime chance to sign with Decca Records, the future home of Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn.
  3. Wells' husband sent a demo tape to Paul Cohen of Decca Records, the same producer who would later work with Patsy Cline in her early recording sessions.

Plane Crash

  1. In 1963, her husband Hawkshaw Hawkins died in the same plane crash that killed Patsy Cline.
  2. He died in the 1963 plane crash that also killed country singers Patsy Cline and Cowboy Copas.
  3. Patsy Cline, age 30, was killed in a plane crash near Camden, Tennessee on 3-5-63.

Willie Nelson

  1. In our home, there were records by Patsy Cline and Willie Nelson, and records by CeCe Winans and Amy Grant.
  2. Patsy Cline, Ray Price and Willie Nelson are among many country singers who have had hits with covers of his songs.
  3. Crazy arms - originally recorded by Ray Price, this has been covered by plenty of other singers including Jerry Lee Lewis, Patsy Cline and Barbara Mandrell.


  1. Jimmy Dean, Patsy Cline, and Jimmy Case played at the "FAMOUS". Jimmy Case now own's his own talent agency and record company just out side Nashville.
  2. My grandfather was a radio DJ in the '50s and '60s, and growing up, I was always listening to Rosemary Clooney, Patsy Cline, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.

Sweet Dreams

  1. He also wrote and recorded "Sweet Dreams" that would become a major 1963 crossover hit for Patsy Cline.
  2. Don Gibson's lovely, but haunting "Sweet Dreams" has now forever been linked to Patsy Cline after the 1985 movie of the same name.


  1. Efforts to erect a Patsy Cline museum in Winchester, Virginia, are still in the works.
  2. As of July 11 2005 a building has been secured for the Patsy Cline Museum in the Old Town historic district of Winchester, Virginia .

Country Singers

  1. Performing on the Grand Ole Opry led to friendships with several Country singers, including legendary singer, Patsy Cline, who she introduced herself to.
  2. Along with Patsy Cline, Skeeter Davis became one of the first country singers to have songs crossover to the pop charts and become hits.
  3. As a teenager, she was inspired by the voices of country singers like Patsy Cline, Emmylou Harris, and her later role model, Reba McEntire.


  1. Faded love is more generally associated with Patsy Cline, who is also represented by I fall to pieces (and she also recorded San Antonio rose).
  2. Pieces supposedly from the wreckage of Patsy Cline 's death plane will be offered for sale on the eBay auction site.


  1. California singer who, with her band "After Midnight," performs in the tradition of Patsy Cline and Connie Francis.
  2. While looking for material for her first album Patsy Cline, a song appeared titled "Walkin' After Midnight," written by Don Hecht and Alan Block.


  1. Jack Anglin, age 46, of Johnnie & Jack, was killed in a traffic accident while en route to Patsy Cline's memorial service in on 3-7-1963.
  2. A bell tower has been erected in her memory at the Shenandoah Memorial Park, where Patsy Cline is interred.


  1. Arts > Music > Singers > Country Singers
  2. Culture > Arts > Music > Country Music
  3. Culture > Arts > Music > Singers
  4. Society > Culture > Arts > Music
  5. World > Countries > United States > Tennessee
  6. Books about "Patsy Cline" in

Book: Keywen Category Structure

  Short phrases about "Patsy Cline"
  Originally created: August 06, 2008.
  Please send us comments and questions by this Online Form
  Please click on Move Up to move good phrases up.
0.0202 sec. a=1..