Memories of Patsy at The Lantana
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About the event
Memories of Patsy - The Patsy Cline Tribute Show
Patsy Cline is an American music icon and perhaps the most popular female country singer in recording history. Though she recorded for only eight years and made her last record nearly 50 years ago, her body of work — those classic torch songs and ballads of heartache — have continued to resonate with music fans of all genres. Her brief career produced the #1 jukebox hit of all time, “Crazy” (written by Willie Nelson) and her unique, crying style and vocal impeccability have established her reputation as the quintessential torch singer. Cline made her national television debut in January 1957 on Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts performing ‘Walkin’ After Midnight,’ which became a No. 2 country hit and reached No. 12 on the pop charts. The singer collected a total of 6 Top 10 singles in her short career, including the No. 1 country singles, ‘I Fall to Pieces’ and ‘She’s Got You.’ She has also been seen as a forerunner for women in country music, being among the first to sell records and headline concerts. In 1973, she became the first female performer to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. The legendary Patsy Cline comes to life once again in the national touring show Memories of Patsy. This incredible tribute concert takes its audience on a trip back in time to the days when the amazing singer graced the stages of America. The songs are woven into the very fabric of American music and the voice is spectacular. Some of the great tunes you can expect to hear at a Memories of Patsy performance are: Crazy, Walkin’ After Midnight, I Fall to Pieces, She’s Got You, San Antonio Rose, Blue Moon of Kentucky, Sweet Dreams and many more.