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Up until Patsy Cline's recordings in the late 1950s and early 1960s there were only a handful of country and western female singers; and the title of queen belonged solely to Kitty Wells. It was Patsy Cline who dethroned Wells with classic performances on cuts like "Walkin' After Midnight" and the Willie Nelson composition "Crazy," which combined the pop characteristics of Patti Page and Kay Starr with the hillbilly traits of Hank Williams. All three singers were major influences on Cline's style.

Patsy Cline was just coming into her own when tragedy struck on March 5, 1963. On the way home from a Kansas City benefit for disc jockey Cactus Jack Callat, Cline, Randy Hughes, Cowboy Copas, and Hawkshaw Hawkins were killed when the airplane they were flying in crashed near Camden, Tennessee. At the age of 31 she had been performing for over twenty years, yet recording for less than eight.
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Walking After Midnight


Crazy


I Fall To Pieces


Sweet Dreams


Your Cheating Heart


So Wrong


Faded Love


She's Got You






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~Songs~
Crazy
I Fall To Pieces
Walking After Midnight
Sweet Dreams (Of You)
Your Cheating Heart
So Wrong
Faded Love
Shes Got You
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