American Singer Patsy Cline - A Short Biography

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Virginia Patterson Hensley, famously known as Patsy Cline, was an American country music singer. She rose to fame during the 1950s and 1960s.

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DOB & Age

Patsy Cline was born in Virginia, U.S, on September 8, 1932. At the time of her death she was 30 years old.


Patsy Cline was the daughter of Sam Hensley and Hilda Patterson Hensley.

Height & Weight

Patsy Cline was 5 feet, 6 inches (167 cm) tall, & she weighed around 121 pounds (55 kg).


Patsy Cline did not receive any formal education. She left her studies when she was in high school due to some family issues.


Patsy Cline's career started in the 1950s, when she started performing as a regular member of Bill Peer's Melody Boys and Girls.

In 1954, she signed her first recording contract with Four Star Records, & in 1955, Patsy released her debut single, "A Church, a Courtroom, Then Goodbye."

On 5 August, 1957, she released her self-titled debut album "Patsy Cline" under Decca Records.

During her 8-year musical career, Patsy Cline released 3 studio albums, 24 singles, 6 other charted songs, & 1 compilation album.


On September 19, 1953, at the age of 21, she first married "Gerald Cline, and later she married "Charlie Dick" (1957-63).


Patsy Cline was the mother of two children, Randy Dick (1961) and Julie Dick (1958).

Net Worth

Patsy had a fortune of $10 million at the time of her death.


The iconic American country singer, Patsy Cline, died in a plane crash on March 5, 1963. She was only 30 at that time.

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