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50 Years after the Crash: Remembering Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas, Hawkshaw Hawkins

Patsy Cline/CMA/ Nashville, TN -- By Eileen Sisk
The Grand Ole Opry suffered the biggest loss of talent in its 87-year history when a small plane carrying Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins, along with Cline's manager Randy Hughes, crashed on the evening of March 5, 1963, in a heavily wooded area roughly 100 miles west of Nashville. Now, 50 years after the crash the we are remembering Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas, and Hawkshaw Hawkins.

Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum Special March 2nd

Country Music Hall of Fame and MuseumNashville, TN -- On Saturday, March 2, at 1:30 p.m., the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will present a special panel discussion, Forever with Us: The 50th Anniversary of a Country Music Tragedy, in memory of Country Music Hall of Fame member Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas, Hawkshaw Hawkins and Randy Hughes, whose lives were lost in a plane crash a half century ago, and Jack Anglin, who died in a separate tragedy. Hosted by Eddie Stubbs, the panel features Charlie Dick, Kathy Hughes, Country Music Hall of Fame member Jean Shepard and Bobby Wright.

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to Open “Patsy Cline: Crazy for Loving You”

Patsy Cline Exhibit - Crazy for Loving YouNashville, TN -- The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will pay tribute to one of country music’s most iconic artists, the inimitable Patsy Cline, with Patsy Cline: Crazy for Loving You, a biographical exhibit opening Friday, August 24, 2012, for a 10-month run in the museum’s East Gallery. The exhibition will run through June 10, 2013.

Patsy Cline: Crazy for Loving You to Open August 24, 2012

Pasty ClineNashville, TN -- The tear in her voice. The catch in her throat. These are the signatures of the legendary Patsy Cline. The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will pay tribute to this inimitable artist with the cameo exhibition Patsy Cline: Crazy for Loving You, which opens in the Museum's East Gallery on August 24, 2012, and runs through June 2013.

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