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Charlie Dick

June 28, 1991 OHC89 97 min.


Husband and widower of Country Music Hall of Fame® member Patsy Cline.

Interview Summary

1991 June 28
(1 hour, 37 minutes)
Charlie Dick, husband and widower of the late Patsy Cline, discusses his wife’s career. Discussion includes his first impressions of Patsy; events from Patsy’s early career; their move to Nashville in 1959; joining the Grand Ole Opry; the impact of “I Fall to Pieces” on Patsy’s career; the development of his role as Patsy’s promoter; Patsy’s appearance in Las Vegas; changes in Patsy’s apparel; anecdotes about Patsy’s recordings; and comments on the enduring popularity of Patsy Cline’s music.

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