It usually takes a great voice to become a singing star, but it takes something more to become a singing legend. If you made a list of legendary singers, Patsy Cline would be on it. Appreciation for her talent continues to grow, even though she died more than half a century ago. Now there's a place to get a sense of who Patsy Cline the singer, the wife, and the mother was. Rob Wilds takes us to the Patsy Cline Museum in Nashville.
The Patsy Cline Museum is in downtown Nashville and is open from 9-6 every day (except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day).
Rob Wilds has been a part of the Tennessee Crossroads family since 1993. As one of our most frequent producers, and the recipient of several journalism awards throughout his various careers, Rob finds that the best reward for his work is meeting the fascinating people and visiting the interesting places he encounters in his travels. A presence in television, radio and print reporter for more than 20 years, Rob is a teacher, writer, producer and director as well as an actor (with appearances in feature films, television shows and on stage).