Travel Back To 1968 With Patsy Cline's Performance Of She's Got You
Mar 3, 2015
Cline had performed for nearly a decade before she was able to capitalize on a televised appearance in 1957, where she sang "Walking After Midnight," which helped her become a sought-after artist. Considered one of the artists to help break through the male-dominated music scene at the time, Cline had a number of songs climb both the country and pop charts.
A crossover sensation with hits like "Crazy" and "She's Got You," Cline's career ended much too soon. Cline was killed in a plane crash in Camden, Tennessee on March 5, 1963. She was later inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Virgina Patterson Hensley was born in Winchester, Virginia in September 1932. As the story goes, she often entertained her neighbors with song and dance starting around the age of three. Her spirit, drive and natural talent took her to the top of the charts as country music's sweetheart, Patsy Cline.