Ten years into her chart career, the self-taught singer, songwriter and guitarist took a number about her own life to No.1.
The Hank Cochran and Harlan Howard composition is a country classic, but it certainly wasn’t an instant hit.
The 1949 recording is listed by some sources as the first country disc to sell a million copies.
Patsy recorded Willie Nelson's song just two months after a car crash that nearly killed her, and one of the most famous of all country songs was born.
The producer of Patsy Cline’s timeless hits and songs by Loretta Lynn, Kitty Wells, Brenda Lee and many other greats was born on October 21, 1915.
The song became one of the country queen's signatures and helped make the name of its songwriter, Willie Nelson.
As Patsy Cline’s most successful musical disciple and dear friend, no person was better suited to record a tribute to the country legend than Loretta Lynn.
The song followed her chart-topping 'Coal Miner's Daughter' and the 'After The Fire Is Gone' duet with Conway Twitty, another No.1.
Writer Hank Cochran said 'She's Got You' would be Patsy Cline's next No.1, and he was right.
On January 26, 1956, Buddy made his first ever recordings, credited to Buddy and the Two Tones.
The original LP came out in the first week of 1971, following the appearance of its memorable title song.
To mark the release, UMe has created a new animated clip for 'Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree,' its first-ever official video.
Narrated by Rosanne Cash, Patsy Cline: American Masters examines the roots of her cultural impact and how she arrived at a pivotal moment in music history.
RCA Studio A, the Nashville location that hosted sessions by Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton and countless others, is to undergo a facelift
Watch the historic Patsy Cline clip that helped make her a national star, as she performs 'Walkin' After Midnight,' on CBS' Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts.