November 7, 2017 Record of the Day

In 1957 Patsy Cline appeared on “Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts.” The audience fell in love with her immediately. She soon became part of the Grand Ole Opry, the high church of Country music. In 1963 she lost her life in a plane crash in Camden, Tennessee. After the success of “Walkin After Midnight,” her first big hit, Decca Records released her first album “Patsy Cline.” An original copy can sell for $250.00 today.

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