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As a National Historic Landmark (2021), the Patsy Cline Historic House offers a window into the renowned country music singer’s early road to stardom.

Patsy Cline, born Virginia “Ginny” Patterson Hensley (1932 – 1963) at Winchester Memorial Hospital, moved to 608 South Kent Street in November, 1948 with her mother, Hilda Hensley, and her two siblings.  Patsy lived here longer than any other place during her lifetime. Consecutively from 1948-1953 and intermittently from 1953-1957.

The Patsy Cline Historic House was her home when she started singing professionally, made a name for herself in regional country music circles, and launched her national career on Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts debuting “Walkin’ After Midnight”.

 

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608 South Kent Street
Winchester, VA 22601

540-662-5555
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may, 2024

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