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Patsy Cline's awards, achievements & honors

1972 Country Music Hall of Fame Induction Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, TN
1985 Sweet Dreams Movie National and International Release
1987 Award in Appreciation for Outstanding Contribution in Country Music Virginia Country Music Association
1992 Grammy Awards Recording Hall of Fame Induction for "Crazy" Patsy for singing, Willie Nelson for writing
1993 Commemorative Patsy Cline Stamp US Postal Service
1994 National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Induction Ft. Worth, TX
1995 Grammy Award for Creative Contribution of Outstanding Artistic Significance to the Field of Recording National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Inc., Los Angeles, CA
1995 Greatest Hits Album Sold 6 Million Copies. On the billboard charts for over 8 years. Patsy Cline Box Set was certified Gold with over million copies sold
1996 Patsy Tribute Concert by George Hamilton IV & Sandy Kelly Winchester, VA
1996 "Patsy Cline - Singing Girl from Shenandoah Valley" published Berryville, VA
1997 Patsy honored with a plaque American Legion/Dollar Store building, Berryville, VA
July 1999 Plaque on the Virginia Legend's Walk Virginia Beach, VA
Aug 1999 Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Hollywood, CA
Sept 1999 Labor Day Weekend Celebration - Featured Concert at Watermelon Park in Clarke County with Roni Stoneman, George Hamilton IV, Sandy Kelly and other local vocalists and bands Winchester, VA
Clarke County, VA
Oct 1999 Patsy ranked #11 on the VH1 Cable TV "Countdown of the 100 Greatest Women in Rock"
Oct 1999 "Love Always, Patsy Cline" book written by Cindy Hazen & Mike Freeman and published by the Berkeley Publishing Group. Introduced at a book party at the Country Hall of Fame Museum. Julie Dick Fudge attended the party.
Jan 2000 Patsy Cline Calendar, Always Patsy Cline Fan Club
July 2000 Patsy Cline Exhibit Country Hall of Fame Museum, Nashville, TN
July & Aug 2000 History Adventure Day Camp for Children. Patsy tours Winchester, VA
Sep 2000 Labor Day Weekend Celebration. Special guests: Billy Grammer, George Hamilton IV & Sandy Kelly Winchester, VA
Fall 2000 Patsy named country radio's "Greatest Female Artist of the 20th Century" by Radio & Records Magazine
Fall 2000 Patsy honored with the "Country Legend Award" by the HMV British Country Music
May 2001 "Crazy for the Bloom" theme for the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival. Featured "Patsy Sing Like" contest & Charlie Dick, Julie Dick Fudge & family as special Grand Marshalls for the Firemen's & the Grand Feature Parades. Winchester, VA
Sep 2001 Labor Day Weekend Celebration. WVPT - Public TV station filmed events for a future show. Winchester, VA
Fall 2001 Grammy Hall of Fame inducts "I Fall to Pieces"
Feb 2002 Patsy honored as a "Virginia Woman in History" by the Virginia Foundation for Women and the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Richmond, VA
March 2002 "Patsy Cline - Lady Behind the Legend" show premiered by WVPT-TV Winchester, VA
June 2002 "Crazy for the Blues" concert sponsored by the Preservation of Historic Winchester (PHW). 50 % of proceeds of the Blues House Concert to CPC, Inc. for the purchase of 608 South Kent Street. Winchester, VA
Sept 2002 Labor Day Weekend Celebration. PHW donated $18,500 from the proceeds of the Blues House Concert to CPC, Inc. for the Museum project. Winchester, VA
Oct 2002 Dedication of the Patsy Cline Awards Pavillion at the Warrenton Horse Shoe Grounds. Featured Patsy singers and two bands. Warrenton, VA
Dec 2002 Auction of Patsy items. CPC, Inc. purchased a short sleeve plaid shirt and a long sleeve yellow top for $3,000. Hollywood, CA
Dec 2002 Patsy ranked #1 on the CMT cable TV "Countdown of the 40 Greatest Women in Country Music"
Dec 2002 Patsy Cline Calendar for 2003 published by the Always Patsy Cline Fan Club.
Feb 2003 "Remembering Patsy" book written by Brian Mansfield and published by Rutledge Hill Press, Div. Of Thomas Nelson, Inc.  
Feb 2003 Patsy Cline Memorial Celebration in Camden, TN  
March 2003 National campaign announced by Jim Stutzman, Jr., Pres. CPC, Inc. for the Patsy Cline Museum project  
April 2003 "Remembering Patsy" book sales started as a fund raiser for the Patsy Cline Museum  
April 2003 CPC, Inc., Patsy Display at the Open House for the Shenandoah University's History & Tourism Center Winchester, VA  
May 2003 Patsy placed 4 songs on the CMT Cable TV "Countdown of the 100 Greatest Songs in Country Music":  "Crazy" (#3), "I Fall to Pieces" (#6), "Sweet Dreams" (#41), & "Faded Love" (#98).  Only artist to have 2-songs in the Top 10.
June 2003

Blues House Concert. 50% of proceeds to benefit museum (rained)

Winchester, VA
Aug 2003

Patsy Cline Commorative Tin went on sale by Route 11 Chips, Middletown, VA. % of sales to be donated to CPC, Inc. for the museum project.  

Sept 2003 Labor Day Weekend Celebration. Special guests: Julie Dick Fudge & Richard Fudge Winchester, VA  
Sept 2003 "Remembering Patsy Cline" Tribute CD released. Features:  Natalie Cole, Norah Jones, Amy Grant, Diana Krall, Michelle Branch, Lee Ann Womack, k.d. lang, Terry Clark, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Patty Griffin, Jessi Alexander, & Martina McBride
Oct 2003 C. J. Harding, Patsy Tribute Show at the Shenandoah University "Bugles, Banjos, & Bassoons Music Festival. Winchester, VA  
Nov 2003

Auction of Patsy items at Christie's Auction House.  CPC, Inc. purchased  the green cowgirl outifit for $10,157, the red cowgirl outfit for $11, 352, and a white western hat for $3,585.  The Always Patsy Cline Fan Club purchased a blue cowgirl outfit for $2,500.  All items sold at the auction for a total of $123,919.

New York City
Nov 2003 Patsy Cline display at the Feltner Foundation Museum. Winchester, VA  
Feb 2004 "A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline" musical played at the Wayside Theatre from Feb. 1 - March 28th.  Proceeds from ticket sales to benefit CPC, Inc.  Morgan Duke played Patsy and Jimmy Fleming played Little Big Man.  Middletown, VA  
March 5, 2003 Special Fan night with a Patsy dinner and cast party . 
May 2004

Patsy Cline display and fund raising sales at the Old Town "Flower & Garden Show"

Wicnhester, VA
June 2004

Auction of Patsy items at Christie's Auction House in New York City.  Eleven items sold for $18,500.  CPC, Inc. did not purchase any items.

July 2004

Blues House "Street Festival" held on Cork Street. CPC, Inc. to receive $2,500 from the proceeds of the concert.

Winchester, VA  
July 2004

Patsy Cline Bell Tower-Sound system project promoted.

July 2004 Patsy Cline Murals finished by PAVAN students on the sidewall of Valley Photo Shop  
Sept. 2004 Patsy Cline Bell Tower, sound system, dedicated. George Hamilton IV performed. Bell music will play once a day at 6:00 p.m.   Winchester, VA
Fall, 2004 Patsy Cline is listed in the 2005 Edition of the Guinness Book of World Records for having the record for the most weeks on the US Charts for an album by a female artist (of all genre): 722 weeks total, with 251 of them at # 1, with "Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits."   International Press Release

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