New Patsy Cline Museum Coming to Nashville!

Patsy Cline

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This joint venture between Bill Miller and the Cline family is going to be legendary. Get the full story here.

Bill Miller is the founder of the historic Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville. He’s a lover of traditional country music and does great things to preserve its heritage. His newest project that was just announced, will be a similar museum but this time for the iconic Miss Patsy Cline.

Cline sang some of the most legendary and memorable songs to come out of Nashville in the 70s, including “Crazy,” “Walkin After Midnight,” and “I Fall to Pieces.” She influenced a generation along with her country friends including Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, and Johnny Cash of course.

The new museum will be downtown near the Country Music Hall of Fame as well as the Johnny Cash Museum. The project is a joint venture between the cline family and Bill Miller that will surely produce a beautiful museum to treasure her timeless music.

Do yourself a huge favor and listen to the top tracks from Patsy Cline below. She really has one of the best voices I’ve ever heard.

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