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Record Setting Year
Record Setting Year
If you visited the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in 2012, you were one of 564,777 visitors, meaning it was a very popular place to be. In fact, it was the largest attendance total in the museum's history, which spans 45 years. Two reasons for the phenomenal attendance rate? Taylor Swift and Patsy Cline.
Cover Versions Of Patsy Cline’s Crazy [VIDEOS]
Cover Versions Of Patsy Cline’s Crazy [VIDEOS]
On August 21st, 1961 Patsy Cline recorded one of her biggest hits "Crazy". The song , written by Willie Nelson was both a country and adult contemporary hit peaking at #2 on both of those charts and peaked at #9 on the pop charts. With the song's genre bending chart success, it has also been covered by many artitsts of different genres from country, pop and alternative.
Taylor Swift, Dolly Parton + Patsy Cline Are Rolling Stone’s Women Who Rock
Taylor Swift, Dolly Parton + Patsy Cline Are Rolling Stone’s Women Who Rock
They might all sing with a country twang, but according to Rolling Stone (via The Boot), Taylor Swift, Dolly Parton and Patsy Cline all qualify for the Women Who Rock list. The countdown celebrates “50 of the fiercest albums that female rock & rollers have given the world,” and it includes Lady Gaga, Carole King, Lucinda Williams and–of course–Aretha Franklin among others.

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