Few artists have had as much influence on the genre of country music as the legendary Patsy Cline. Her timeless hits have reached the ears and touched the hearts of multiple generations.
In a time that female artists struggled for recognition in country music, Cline pushed through to success on not just the country charts, but the pop charts as well. In doing so, she set the path for other female artists to follow in her footsteps.
One artist who has always had the greatest admiration for Cline is Cam. Thanks to her fiery hit "Burning House," Cam is quickly becoming one of the most popular female artists in country music.
As a true sign that she's "made it," the dress Cam wore during her Grand Ole Opry debut is on display in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. What makes it all the more special for Cam is the fact that one of Cline's iconic Western-style dresses is right next to hers.
"Full heart, mind blown, and eyes watering," Cam wrote in a caption to a photo showing the two dresses in the museum. "What an unforgettable honor to see my @opry debut dress side by side with an iconic dress from my all time favorite Patsy Cline."
While standing in front of her dress and Cline's, Cam also took the time to honor her idol by performing a few covers of some of her greatest hits: "Crazy" and "She's Got You". Cam's love for Cline's music shows through in her voice, which has that classic country sound that give the songs their character.
This isn't the first time Cam's covered Cline's music, but it's definitely one of the best. Her charming voice and admiration for Cline makes her performance a mesmerizing one to watch. You can check it out yourself in the video below, during which she also sings some of her own songs.
We think Cline would be proud of Cam, don't you?
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