Her first recording session took place in Nashville, Tennessee on January 5, 1955. Under the direction of producer Owen Bradley, her musical sound shifted and she achieved consistent success.  When confiding about the abuse to friend Loretta Lynn, Cline told her, "take this to your grave". , Cline's mother Hilda Hensley continued living in Winchester, Virginia following her daughter's death. 2003, "Country Music Memories: Patsy Cline Signs First Recording Contract", "Patsy Cline: A Country Career Cut Short", "10 Things We Learned From the New Patsy Cline Documentary", "Patsy Cline's aching voice blazed country music trail", "Flashback: Patsy Cline's 'I Fall to Pieces' Hits Number One", "Remember the Car Accident That Nearly Ended Patsy Cline's Career", "Patsy Cline's 'Crazy' Changed The Sound Of Country Music", "The 5 Best Covers of Patsy Cline's "Crazy, "History The Story Behind Patsy Cline's Heartbreaking Hit, 'She's Got You, "Patsy Cline + Loretta Lynn's Friendship Shines in New Movie", "PBS Documentary on Loretta Lynn Recounts the Debt Modern Country Music Owes to 'Fist City, "For Patsy Cline's Hometown, An Embrace That Took Decades", "New Patsy Cline Museum Pays Tribute to the Timeless Country Icon", "Charlie Dick, Widower Of Patsy Cline, Dies At 81", "What really happened in the Patsy Cline plane crash", "Patsy Cline: "Sweet Dreams (Of You)": Chart History: Country Songs", "Patsy Cline: "Sweet Dreams (Of You)": Billboard Hot 100", "Patsy Cline: "Faded Love": Chart History: Country Songs", "Patsy Cline "Always" Chart History: Top Country Albums", "Patsy Cline Soundtrack-Sweet Dreams Chart History", "Women Who Rock: The 50 Greatest Albums of All Time", "Here Are Hundreds More Artists Whose Tapes Were Destroyed in the UMG Fire", "Beverly D'Angelo to be honored at Las Cruces International Film Festival", "Jessica Lange just one-upped Meryl Streep with her Tony win", "7 Things You Didn't Know About The Patsy Cline Movie 'Sweet Dreams, "Dottie West TV Film Doesn't Do Her Wrong", "New Biopic Explores the Friendship of Country Icons Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn", "PBS' New Patsy Cline Documentary Honors Her Legacy as a Country Music Game-Changer", "Mandy Barnett Always Honors Patsy Cline", "Remembering Patti Page with a 2003 Interview", "Life of indomitable country-western singer Patsy Cline told on PBS", "Kay Starr, ferociously expressive singer who had a pop hit with 'Wheel of Fortune' dies at 94", "Honky-tonk women: the female artists who made it big in country music", "Crazy for Patsy Cline: Still Popular 50 years after her death", "No. Cline's fee in cash and her attire from the last performance were never recovered. Deming commented, "While it's a wise approach to show how her turbulent marriage paralleled her crossover to Countrypolitan ballads, the melodrama tends to overshadow the celebrity story by relegating her rise to stardom to the background.  It was at one of her local performances that she met her second husband, Charlie Dick. According to Mary Bufwack and Robert Oermann, Cline became "obsessed" with the program at a young age. Also performing in the show were George Jones, George Riddle and The Jones Boys, Billy Walker, Dottie West, Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper, George McCormick, the Clinch Mountain Boys as well as Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins. According to Howard, "I was in awe of Patsy. Her first public appearance was on the Grand Ole Opry where she assured fans she would continue performing. She made her debut appearance on the program on January 21. She began her career wearing cowgirl dresses and hats designed by her mother. , Jan Howard was a third female artist with whom Cline had a close friendship. She bought a ranch house located Goodlettsville, Tennessee, a suburb of Nashville.  This new sound helped many of her singles to crossover onto the Billboard Hot 100 and gain a larger audience that did not always hear country music.  Cline had several major hits during her eight-year recording career, including two number-one hits on the Billboard Hot Country and Western Sides chart. Leaving Four Star, Cline officially signed with Decca Records in late 1960, working exclusively under Bradley's direction. When she was brought to the hospital, her injuries were life-threatening and she was not expected to live. In February, she recorded her final sessions for Decca Records. Scrobbling is when Last.fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile.  In 2019, Sara Evans discussed how Cline has been an influence since she was a young girl, "I learned everything I could learn about her. You just go out there, do your spot, and leave without saying hello to anyone." Wolff explained, "She swaggered her way past stereotypes and other forces of resistance, showing the men in charge â and the public in general â that women were more than capable of singing about such hard subjects as divorce and drinking as well as love and understanding. Patsy Cline (Virginia Patterson Hensley, Winchester, Virginia, September 8, 1932 â March 5, 1963) was an American country music singer. She rented out the family's childhood home on South Kent Street and lived across the street in a brick house. , By the early 1950s, Cline continued performing around the local area.  The money she had earned from her numerous engagements totaled out to ten thousand dollars. , Cline was also portrayed in television films. Fudge has appeared at numerous public appearances in support of her mother's music and career.  Steve Leggett of Allmusic commented, Her recordings prior to 1960, though, were something else again, and with the exception of 1956's "Walkin' After Midnight" and perhaps one or two other songs, she seemed reined in and stifled as a singer, even though she was working with the same producer, Owen Bradley, who was to produce her 1960s successes. The show was hosted by country artist Michelle Wright, who read letters Cline wrote to friends and family.  After her death, the house was sold to country artist Wilma Burgess. Go directly to shout page. , During this period Cline was said to have experienced premonitions of her own death. It included interviews with several artists such as Roy Clark, George Jones and Trisha Yearwood. , Cline has been portrayed on film and television several times since the 1980s. 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Despite positive reviews, The New York Times reporter Dorothy Kilgallen commented, "everybody should get out of town because the hillbillies are coming!" Writer Rob Sheffield called Cline "a badass cowgirl drama queen belts some of the torchiest, weepiest country songs ever, hitting high notes that make you sob into your margarita. Her version of "Always" made the Billboard country chart in 1980. This included an Elkton poultry factory, where her job was to pluck and cut chickens. , Cline has also been seen as a pioneer for women in country music.  Her 1967 greatest hits album for example was repackaged in 1988 and labeled 12 Greatest Hits. Patsy Cline songs were numerous in her amazing singing career. Gay's Town and Country Time. Replicas of furniture and stage clothes are also included. Life's Railway ~ Patsy Cline & Willie Nelson by mrtibbs6912. When Patsy Cline stormed onto the music scene in the 1950s, it was easily apparent that she was a force to be reckoned with. According to Lynn, the pair became close friends "right away".  Cline is listed among the Recording Industry of America's "Best Selling Artists" with a total of over 14 million records sold to date. " Cline called it her "dream house" and often had friends over to visit. The album's lead single was "She's Got You", which would reach the number 1 spot on the Billboard country chart in 1977. Lucinda Williams commented on Cline's vocal talent in helping define her legacy, stating, "Even though her style is considered country, her delivery is more like a classic pop singer... That's what set her apart from Loretta Lynn or Tammy Wynette. " Lynn also noted they became so close that Cline even gave her underwear. " Mary Bufwack and Robert K. Oermann wrote in 2003 that Cline "transformed what it meant to be a female country star". It included songs covered by country artists such as Terri Clark and Martina McBride. Several documentaries and stage shows were released during this time, including the 1988 musical Always...Patsy Cline. Therefore, MCA Records reissued much of Cline's earlier studio and compilation releases.  Roger Ebert gave it two stars in his original 1985 review. The show was written by Dean Regan and has been called a "musical retelling" of Cline's career. , Forty years after her death, MCA Nashville released a tribute album entitled Remembering Patsy Cline (2003). I tried to mimic her singing to the âtâ. It also included rare performances of songs such as "Three Cigarettes (In an Ashtray)" and "Walkin' After Midnight". A 1991 box set of her recordings was issued that received critical acclaim. To return home, she boarded a plane along with country performers Cowboy Copas, Hawkshaw Hawkins and manager Randy Hughes. In 1961, "Crazy" was released as a single and became one of country music's best-known crossover recordings.  She temporarily lived with her mother's family in Gore, Virginia before relocating many times throughout the state. When Dick brought the song to Cline she did not like it. It also starred Dottie West, Webb Pierce and Sonny James.  Cline's mother, Hilda, was only 16 years old at the time of her birth. Upon listening to it again, she liked the song and wanted to record it. According to WINC's radio disc jockey Joltin' Jim McCoy, Cline appeared in the station's waiting room one day and asked to audition.  With the help of Hughes, she began working steadier jobs. Several weeks later, she received a return letter from the Opry asking for pictures and recordings.  With the support of producer Owen Bradley, Cline has been said to "help define" the Nashville Sound style of country music. Included on the record was unreleased live performances and dialog with the audience. Hoss, you're all right. Check out Patsy Cline on Amazon Music. , Cline's interest in performing continued to build.  The home was restored to the era in which Cline lived in it during the 1950s with her mother and siblings. " Mark Deming of Allmovie only gave the release two out of five stars. The plane took off at 6:07 p.m.. The plane stopped once in Missouri to refuel and subsequently landed at Dyersburg Municipal Airport in Dyersburg, Tennessee at 5 p.m. Hawkins had accepted Billy Walker's place after Walker left on a commercial flight to take care of a stricken family member.  Cline's emotional expression and delivery of lyrics helped influence various musical genres and artists. Some user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. People jammed against the small tent over her gold casket and the grave to take all the flowers they could reach as keepsakes.  It would peak at number 2 there and number 9 on the same publication's pop charts. The live performance on the record took place in July 1961, following Cline's car accident. Author Ellis Nassour of the biography Honky Tonk Angel: An Intimate Story of Patsy Cline reported Cline had a "beautiful relationship" with her mother. It also led to the signing of her first recording contract with the Four Star label in 1954. West wrote Cline a fan letter after hearing her first hit "Walkin' After Midnight". The album featured both major hits from that year and re-recorded versions of "Walkin' After Midnight" and "A Poor Man's Roses (Or a Rich Man's Gold)". Ebert said, "There isn't the sense of a well-shaped structure in this movie; there's no clear idea of what the filmmakers thought about Patsy Cline, or what thoughts her life is supposed to inspire. In 1973, she became the first female performer to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.  Her voice has also been called "haunting", "powerful", and "emotional". , Cline backstage at the Kansas City Memorial Hall, March 3, 1963. She traveled with her mother, two siblings, and a family friend on an eight-hour journey to Nashville, Tennessee.  Stephen M. Desuner of Pitchfork explained that Cline has been an identifiable factor with the Nashville Sound: "She essentially rewrote their songs simply by singing them, elevating their words and wringing every one of their rhymes for maximum dramatic potential. Peer encouraged her to have a more appropriate stage name. Cline was born Virginia Patterson Hensley in Winchester Memorial Hospital, located in Winchester, Virginia. Both tracks were released as singles in 1963.  The song ultimately became Cline's breakthrough hit, peaking at number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country and Western Sides chart. Instead, she turned her attention to Hughes. In 1988, the show Always...Patsy Cline premiered. The film is directed by the Academy Award-winning screenwriter Callie Khouri. He organized fifty dollar bookings and got her multiple performances on the Grand Ole Opry.  Cline would later report that her father sexually abused her.  His family had owned a contracting and excavating company in Frederick, Maryland. She underwent surgery and survived. , In 1985, a feature film about Cline's life was released entitled Sweet Dreams. The museum includes Cline's actual stage costumes, as well as her original scrapbooks and record albums. When Arthur Godfrey asked if Hensley had known Cline her entire life, she replied, "Yes, just about! , Rolling Stone listed the box set among their "50 Greatest Albums of All-Time".  "Sweet Dreams" would reach number 5 on the Billboard country charts and 44 on the Hot 100.  West also stated Cline was a supportive friend who helped out in times of need. ", Between 1955 and 1956, Cline's four singles for Four Star failed to become hits. Cline, who had spent the night at the Town House Motor Hotel, was unable to fly out the day after the concert because Fairfax Airport was fogged in.  In 2003, she was included by Country Music Television on their list of the "40 Greatest Women of Country Music". The movie was never made.  Upon entering the ninth grade, Cline enrolled at John Handley High School in Winchester, Virginia. , In 1962, Cline had three major hits with "When I Get Through with You", "So Wrong" and "Imagine That". On March 5, she called her mother from the motel and checked out at 12:30 p.m., going the short distance to the airport and boarding a Piper PA-24 Comanche plane, aircraft registration number N7000P. They had gained a reputation as "heavy drinkers", but according to Dick himself, they were not "drunks". In 1952, she asked to audition for local country bandleader Bill Peer. After recovering, her next single release "Crazy" would also become a major hit. Dick died in 2015. , At age 13, Cline was hospitalized with a throat infection and rheumatic fever. , Cline's life and career has also been re-created in the theater sector. " In September 1957, Cline married Charlie Dick and he was soon sent to Fort Bragg, North Carolina on a military assignment. Part of the late 1950s and early 1960s Nashville sound, Cline successfully "crossed over" to pop music and was one of the most influential, successful and acclaimed vocalists of the 20th century. " The pair remained close for the remainder of Cline's life.  She cut additional material on August 17 and when she got to "Crazy", it became difficult to perform. According to Connie B.  It was written by Willie Nelson, whose version of the song was first heard by Dick. Dec 4, 2016 - Patsy Cline's casket, Phillips-Robinson Funeral Home, Nashville, TN, late in the week of Friday, March 8, 1963.  Cline's former MCA label continues releasing material to this day. I don't like it and I ain't gonna record it. The pair began living separately by the end of 1956 and divorced in 1957.  The Patsy Cline Museum features other artifacts, such as the soda fountain machine from Gaunt's Drug Store, where Cline worked as a teenager. The pair divorced in the early 1970s after having one child together.  A second musical was later released in 1991 titled A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline. I was dumbfounded. Funeral Notices UK reported that Cline flew to Kansas with several other stars in â¦ He took my hand and told me, 'No, not now. Sign in to YouTube.  Jack Hurst of the Chicago Tribune remarked that "Her rich, powerful voice, obviously influenced by that of pop's Kay Starr, has continued and perhaps even grown in popularity over the decades. I feel like a prisoner. Cline initially refused to perform it, but ultimately agreed to it. According to biographer Ellis Nassour, her royalties "were coming in slim" and she needed "financial security". However, she continued performing regionally, including on the Town and Country Jamboree. Patsy Cline. You'd almost think she was classically trained." The pair first met when Cline tried starting an argument with Howard backstage at the Grand Ole Opry. Cline's first professional performances began at the local WINC radio station when she was fifteen. When it's my time to go, it's my time." Between 1962 and 1963, Cline had hits with "She's Got You", "When I Get Through with You", "So Wrong" and "Leavin' on Your Mind". In August, her third studio album Sentimentally Yours was released. In hopes of restarting her career, Cline and her family moved to Nashville, Tennessee.  She also became friends with male country artists including Roger Miller, who helped Cline find material to record. McCoy was impressed by her audition performance, reportedly saying, "Well, if you've got nerve enough to stand before that mic and sing over the air live, I've got nerve enough to let you. Grubbs encouraged Cline to send it. She was not alone in this regard; Kitty Wells had become a star several years before Cline's big hits in the early '60s.  Also in 1961, Cline was back in the studio to record an upcoming album. And that's that." It featured "She's Got You" as well as several country and pop standards. The pair met while Cline was performing at the Esquire Ballroom in Houston, Texas. Ultimately, she became professionally known as "Patsy Cline". For her 1957 performance on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts, the show's producer insisted that Cline wear an evening dress instead of the fringed cowgirl attire she had intended to wear. Part of the late 1950s and early 1960s Nashville sound, Cline successfully "crossed over" to pop music and was one of the most influential, successful and acclaimed vocalists of the 20th century.  Another documentary was filmed in 1994 entitled Remembering Patsy.  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