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.
In the year that we lost her, 'Faded Love' became Patsy's final top ten solo single.
What is it that connects the great country singer with an American president of the 1920s? The answer lies in this bizarre tale.
The breathtaking depth of the country star's catalogue means that distilling his finest work into a single playlist is a tall order.
The much-covered song became a single for the country queen some 18 months after her death.
Julie Fudge, daughter of country queen Patsy Cline, talks to uDiscover Music about the Nashville museum in her mother's memory.
The woman born Virginia Hensley, in Winchester, Virginia on September 8, 1932, came to be loved around the world.
What connects Patsy Cline, country contemporary Mel Tillis and rock 'n' roller Carl Perkins? 'So Wrong,' the penultimate hit of her lifetime.
The song became one of the country queen's signatures and helped make the name of its songwriter, Willie Nelson.
The Hank Cochran and Harlan Howard composition is a country classic, but it certainly wasn't an instant hit.
Released on August 7, 1962, 'Sentimentally Yours' was the final album Patsy Cline issued during her lifetime. It's pure country magic.
Patsy Cline was awarded her Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on August 3, 1999.
The 1961 recording is gripping, and not just because of Patsy's stellar vocals and undoubted star quality.
You only need two voices to make a unique blend and you’ll be rewarded with hits. But are you in harmony with our pick of the best vocal duos of all time?