Brought to you exclusively from PBS, a highly anticipated documentary embodying country legend Patsy Cline's story and timeless success is expected to help kick off the station's Women's History Month segment. Set to air on March 4th, Patsy Cline: American Masters will feature former interviews with the icon, including past performances and appearances.
Aside from Cline's footage, current country artists and stars will be interviewed throughout the feature, giving their fond thoughts on the trailblazing performer and acknowledging her musical influence and service as an inspiration to aspiring singers and performers. The documentary will also be narrated by Rosanne Cash, daughter of country music legend Johnny Cash, while also showcasing an exclusive interview with Cline's daughter, Julie Fudge.
Country music outlaw Willie Nelson was involved in the film, speaking highly of Cline. "She was more than good. There was something there that set her apart and you can't describe it. Or, I can't," Nelson admitted.
Cline was tragically killed in a plane crash on March 5 in 1963, when flying home in questionable weather conditions from a benefit concert in Kansas. Family, fans and country music comrades were deeply crushed by the icon's untimely death.
The trailer for this remarkable documentary can be previewed below! Are you excited to watch its premiere?
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