Patsy Cline is the latest country music legend to have a Nashville museum dedicated in their honor. The Patsy Cline Museum will open its doors on April 7th and will showcase personal letters, photographs, costumes, clothing, household furnishings and more. It’s located at 119 Third Avenue South on the second floor of the building that houses the Johnny Cash Museum. Admission will be 18-dollars-and-95-cents.
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Real Country History…
1974 - Dolly Parton announces she's ending her duet partnership with Porter Wagoner. It's this break up that has long been rumored as the inspiration for Dolly's writing "I Will Always Love You".
1974 - Charley Pride wins country music's honors for Favorite Male Vocalist and Favorite Album, "A Sunshiny Day,". ABC's first-ever American Music Awards, created by Dick Clark and hosted by Roger Miller. Other winners: Lynn Anderson and Charlie Rich.
1977 - Elvis Presley hits #1 on the Billboard country chart with "Moody Blue"
1981 - Dolly Parton's "9 To 5" is certified gold
1993- Reba McEntire's album "It's Your Call" is certified gold and platinum on the same day
1957 - TV personality Lorianne Crook born in Wichita, KS. Lorianne along with Charlie Chase are the hosts of Crook and Chase.
1977 - Ronnie Milsap, Larry Gatlin, and Emmylou Harris took top country honors at the 19th annual Grammy Awards