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Patsy Cline (September 8, 1932 - March 5, 1963) was a highly acclaimed and influential country star with haunting operatic vocals and a great deal of crossover appeal who became famous beginning in the late 1950s. She is best known for such lovelorn country classics as "Walkin' After Midnight" (1957), "I Fall To Pieces" (1961), "Crazy" (1961), "She's Got You" (1962), and "Sweet Dreams (Of You)" (1963).

Born Virginia Patterson Hensley in Winchester, Virginia, she began singing professionally at 15 at a local radio station and by the mid 1950s, had landed her first recording contract with Four Star before moving to Decca in 1960. Patsy Cline's career and life were tragically cut short in 1963 at age 30 in a plane crash near Camden, Tennessee. Widely considered to be among country music's all-time greatest singers, she became the first solo female artist to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame (1973). Her many other posthumous honors and accolades include a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award (1995) and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (1999).



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