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A Loving Tribute to Patsy Cline
and other classic country artists

Robin Echo Young
Country/Folk Performer

Phone: 760-807-3779
EMAIL: robin@alwayspatsy.com

Press Kit in PDF format

 
Robin Echo performs as Patsy Cline
Robin Echo performs as Patsy Cline

Hear Robin Echo singing "Walking After Midnight" as sung by Patsy Cline.



Upcoming Performances

The Divas of Country
A one-woman show written and performed by Robin Young

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.

Vista's Broadway Theater
340 East Broadway
Vista, California 92084

5 shows coming January 2016

Thursday, Jan 14th 8:00 p.m.
Friday, Jan 15th 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Jan 16th 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, Jan 17th 2:00 and 8:00 p.m

TICKETS ON SALE now
Call (760) 806-7905 for times and prices

 


Past performances

Robin has performed at The Patrician, Claire De Lune, Mt Helix fund raiser "heART of La Mesa",
Merrill Gardens, Oakmont of Escondido Hills, Cypress Court in Escondido, Casa Loma, the Soroptimist's SUCCESS club,
Holiday Spectaculars for the Triple Threat Youth Mentors, and many more.

Robin Young recently performed at the fundraiser for Cuties for a cause at the Escondido Deer park and winery
As an actress she has performed in the Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at
the Coronado Community Playhouse and Willy Wonka with the Pickwick players.

Watch classic video samples on the
Always Patsy Television Network here!

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Always
Back in Baby’s Arms
Bill Bailey
Blue Moon of Kentucky
A Church, a Courtroom,
and Then Goodbye
Crazy
Faded Love
Foolin’ Around
Have You Ever Been Lonely
He Thinks I Still Care
Rose Garden
Then You'll Know
Harper Valley PTA

He Called Me Baby
How Can I Face Tomorrow
How Great Thou Art
I Fall to Pieces
Imagine That
Just a Closer Walk With Thee
Honky Tonk Angels
Leavin’ on Your Mind
Seven Lonely Days
She’s Got You
I Can't Stop Loving You
Half as Much
What Part of No
Jose Quervo
D-I-V-O-R-C-E

So Wrong
Strange
Sweet Dreams
Tennessee Waltz
Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray
Walkin’ after Midnight
The Wayward Wind
Why Can’t He Be You
You Belong to Me
Your Cheating Heart
Lonely Street
Who's Sorry Now?
Love Me Tender
Another Sleepless Night
Can I Have This Dance?



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Testimonials

Dear Robin!

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

We even got a little warm up before the show when Robin Young entertained us with five or six Patsy Cline songs to the pleasure of all in the audience.10/31/12
Examiner.com By: Carol Davis

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.
10/22/12
Dr. Matt Mitchell
ACT JUDGE'S CRITIQUE

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