Celebrating Patsy Cline

Patsy Cline was born Virginia Patterson Hensley on September 8, 1932. Virginia, known to her family and friends as Ginny, began singing on nights and weekends at the age of 16, as she tried to help support her family. Patsy quickly rose to stardom as she won amateur contests, sang on local radio stations and performed with a number of bands. On March 5, 1963, her life was tragically cut short in a multiple fatality plane crash outside of Camden, Tennessee. Patsy is remembered as a musical icon with her popular hits, “Crazy” and “I Fall to Pieces”. Established in 1995, Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. (CPC), is a nonprofit corporation committed to its mission: “To Preserve and Perpetuate The Legacy of Patsy Cline and Her Music”.

Latest News

Latest News

Last day of the 2014 season will be on October 31, 2014. We will then be closed until next year and re-open in April 2015. …

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The Historic House

The Historic House

Patsy Cline Historic Home Closed for 2014 Tourism Season. Private tours for groups of 10 or more are available during winter months.

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Patsy Cline was an enchanting, daring American icon whose voice and life continue to fascinate so many. Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. (CPC) is striving to create…

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