In a celebration of legendary music
|The members of the creative team also include Musical Director Jonathan Swoboda, Scenic Designer DeAnne Kennedy, Costume Designer Jeni Schafer, Lighting Designer Jennifer ‘Z’ Zornow, Sound Designer Elisabeth Rebel, and the Stage Manager is Christina Focht.
Patsy Cline was at the pinnacle of her career when she died tragically in a plane crash on March 5th, 1963 at the age of 30. Here legacy lives on in a stack of hit recordings that show off the remarkable talents of the cross-over pop and country artist. She also recorded honky-tonk songs and experimented with rockabilly. Her song I Fall to Pieces was her first #1 country song. It also hit #12 on pop charts and #6 on adult contemporary radio.
Patsy Cline’s big break came in 1957 after appearing on the “Arthur Godfrey Talent Scout” program where she performed Walkin’ After Midnight which propelled her recording career and led to appearances at the Grand Ole Opry (1958). In 1973 she posthumously became the first female solo artist inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Considered one of the major female vocalists of all time, her music has continued its popularity. The album, “Patsy Cline’s Greatest Hits” broke the world record for the most weeks on the US Charts for any album by a female artist – of all genres: 722 weeks – with 251 weeks at #1.
Harold Bradley wrote of Cline in his book Remembering Patsy, “[She] raised the bar. Even now, women are trying to get to that bar…It gives all the female singers coming in something to gauge their talents against. And I expect it will forever.”
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|For tickets and information, call the box office – (805) 922-8313
– between 12:30 and 7pm Wednesday through Sunday.
For Group Sales for 12 or more email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (805) 928-7731 ext 4150.
Visit www.pcpa.org for tickets and more information.
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