Patsy Receives Walk of Fame Star in 1999

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Sixteen years ago today in 1999, country music artist Patsy Cline was awarded a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame posthumously to recognize her music career achievements.

Cline released three studio albums and more than 30 singles, with six landing in the Top 10, before her untimely death in 1963. Her classic hit “Crazy,” written by Willie Nelson, was named the No. 1 jukebox hit of all time in 1997, with her No. 1 hit “I Fall to Pieces” landing at No. 17.Patsy_3

Patsy becoming the first female country artist to headline her own shows and among the first to perform at New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall. One of my favorite songs recorded by Patsy, “Never No More” was recorded on February 13, 1958. I discovered her song when it was used in a lounge scene to a sci-fi TV series aired in the 90’s.


Here is Patsy’s, “Never No More”…

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