A Loving Tribute to Patsy Cline
and other classic country artists
Robin Echo Young
Press Kit in PDF format
Hear Robin Echo singing "Walking After Midnight" as sung by Patsy Cline.
After a week at the Vista's Broadway Theater preseting The Divas of Country
Robin is perfecting the next performance.
Stay Tuned for another presentation
The Divas of Country
Set in a nightclub in Nashville and hosted by Patsy Cline, one of the most influential,
successful and acclaimed vocalists of the 20th century.
From her start in Winchester, Virginia in 1934, to her last benefit concert in Kansas City, Kansas in March 1963,
her stories and songs tell of the struggles and triumphs of the women of country music in the 1950s and 60s.
This stroll down memory lane showcases many of Patsy's songs including A Church, a Courtroom and then Goodbye,
I Fall to Pieces, and Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray, as well as songs made famous by Ms. Cline's friends Loretta Lynn, Kitty Well, Tammy Wynette and Brenda Lee.
Watch classic video samples on the
Always Patsy Television Network here!
He Called Me Baby
Watch the (APT) Always Patsy Television network here!
Thank you so much for coming to our Neighbors in Need dinner at St Brigids' last night and entertaining our guests.
That was so special for so many of them..........and us!
As I walked up to the stage while you were singing, I saw men just sitting and listening with tears in their eyes.
I know you found a place in their hearts that had been long forgotten. Your generosity in taking the time to come
and entertain these needy people at this time of year has added another dimension to
our Ministry here and reminded me we do need more music in our lives! Especially like the music you shared with all of us!
Thank you again for sharing your very special gift of music! Blessings!
Maureen "Mo" Sturtevant
Coordinator for Neighbors in Need
St Brigid Catholic Church
Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
One last positive to note was the excellent pre-show with Robin Young's Kitty Wells sings Patsy Cline. Great 20 minutes for an old radio DJ who worked at a CW station in high school and college.