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Would You Like to See the Late Legendary Patsy Cline in Concert? Impossible, Right? Well, Maybe Not

Patsy Cline may be coming to a stage near you. Well, sort of.

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Patsy Cline Album Cover

There Is No More Legendary Name Is Country Music than Patsy Cline. So What Was Her First Number One Hit?

Her name is among the most legendary in country music, but even legends have to start somewhere. So what was Patsy Cline's first number one hit?

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Cowboy Copas Album
Cowboy Copas Story Album Cover via Starday records

Whatever Happened to Country Music Legend Cowboy Copas?

March 5, 1963 was a tragic day in country music history. Three legends were lost in a plane accident.

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Whatever Happened To Hawkshaw Hawkins?

One of the great names in the history of country music also had one of the biggest hits. So whatever happened to Hawkshaw Hawkins?

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LeAnn Rimes
Ethan Miller, Getty Images

LeAnn Rimes Gives Emotional Tribute to Patsy Cline During 2013 ACAs

Luke Bryan had to try to calm down his cheering fans long enough to allow him to introduce the talented LeAnn Rimes for a Patsy Cline tribute -- one that ended with a standing ovation from both fans and artists.

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Willie Nelson
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Willie Nelson Wrote Three Classics In One Week..While On The Road

Willie Nelson talks about writing three of the greatest Country Music Classics one week.

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Always…Patsy Cline In Sioux Falls September 27 & 28

Always...Patsy Cline will be at the Orpheum Theater September 27 & 28.

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Patsy Cline
Decca Records

The Day The Music Died

For Rock and Roll fans, February 3, 1959 was the day the music died. For Country Music fans, it was March 5, 1963.

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Patsy Cline: Let’s Go To Church

Here's the legendary Patsy Cline (with Slim Wilson) singing on stage "Let's Go To Church".

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Country Music Hall of Fame
Rick Diamond, Getty Images

Swift, Cline Help HOF

If you visited the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in 2012, you were one of 564,777 visitors, meaning it was a very popular place to be. In fact, it was the largest attendance total in the museum's history, which spans 45 years. Two reasons for the phenomenal attendance rate? Taylor Swift and Patsy Cline.

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