|Calendar||Top of Virginia Artisan Trail|
|Location||608 South Kent Street|
|Date||Saturday, July 7, 2018 at 10:00am - 4:00pm|
|Cost||$8 adults; $6 65-older|
Patsy Cline lived in this house longer than any other associated with her. Born Virginia Patterson Hensley in Winchester, Virginia, Patsy Cline—known by her friends and family as “Ginny”—moved numerous times before she was 15 years old. She lived in this house longer than any other in her lifetime. Patsy’s big break came when she won an Arthur Godfrey Talent program in 1957 with the hit Walkin’ After Midnight. From there she pursued a recording career appearing at the mecca of country music – the Grand Ole Opry in 1958, and received national awards in 1961 and 1962. Tour introduces a young Ginny Hensley and shares how she became Patsy Cline.
|Additional Info Link||http://celebratingpatsycline.org/|