“In the cotton fields of Mississippi, I would daydream about being Patsy Cline. Patsy is and perhaps will always be the standard bearer for all female country singers.”

Tammy Wynette

In less than a short decade Patsy Cline recorded a catalogue of timeless classics that went on to sell over 10 million albums worldwide.  Her reputation as one of the major female vocalists of all time is without question.

On July 3rd Umbrella Entertainment is set to release Patsy Cline Greatest Hits on DVD.  A definitive collection of hits, rarities and personal favourites from one of the world’s greatest performers. Exploring her contagious charm and capturing her vocal charisma, it showcases the many facets of Patsy Cline’s brilliant catalogue of recordings.

Hosted by Robert K. Oermann, the program features complete performances of Patsy’s greatest hits along with her last televised appearance, filmed just days before her tragic and untimely death.

The DVD features some of Patsy’s favourite songs (A Church, A Courtroom & Then Goodbye; Come On In; I’ve Loved & Lost Again; Walkin’ After Midnight; Lovesick Blues; How Can I Face Tomorrow; I Fall To Pieces; San Antonio Rose; Crazy; She’s Got You; So Wrong).

Bonus tracks included on this release include: Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray; Let It Snow (with Ferlin Husky); Let’s Go To Church (with Slim Wilson); I Saw The Light (with Ernest Tubb & Little Jimmy Dickens) plus alternate versions of Walking After Midnight and Come On In.  An interview with Charlie Dick, Patsy Cline’s husband is also featured.