Patsy Cline was born Virginia Patterson Hensley on September 8, 1932 in Winchester, Virginia. Her brush with show business came at age four when she won a prize in an amateur tap dancing contest. By the time she entered grade school, her family was fully aware of her musical talent. On her eighth birthday...See full bio »
2009The Queens of Country
(performer: "A Church, A Courtroom and Then Goodbye", "Come On In", "I've Loved and Lost Again", "Walkin' After Midnight", "Lovesick Blues", "How Can I Face Tomorrow", "I Fall To Pieces", "San Antonio Rose", "Crazy", "She's Got You", "So Wrong", "Let's Go to Church", "Walkin' After Midnight alternate cut", "Come On In alternate cut", "Let It Snow", "Three Cigarettes In An Ashtray", "I Saw Light")
Nearly killed on June 14, 1961 when she and 21-year-old brother Sam Hensley were involved in a head-on car crash in Madison, Tennessee. Patsy was thrown through the car's windshield. Recovery from the accident took a month and Patsy's forehead was permanently scarred.
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