Always Patsy ClinePlaying at: God & Country Theatre
Heather Gentry stars in this critically acclaimed country musical written by Ted Swindley. Based on a true story, the play follows the beginning and continuing friendship between the late country superstar and a devoted fan from Houston, Louise Seger
The music of the great Patsy Cline is timeless. A brief recording career with two record labels produced one hundred and two cuts and left an indelible mark on country music. Her first hit record was “Walkin’ After Midnight”, which was released after she first sang that song on the Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Show in 1956. Her next big hit was “I Fall to Pieces” in 1960. It led to a string of top charting songs including “Crazy”, “She’s Got You” and “Leavin’ on Your Mind”. Patsy was just 30 years old when she died in a plane crash, as she was flying home from a benefit concert in Kansas City. Patsy continued to have several big hits even after her untimely death in 1963, songs like “Faded Love” and “Sweet Dreams”.