Concert & Radio (1955-1961)

by G.E. Hewitt

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Introduction

Some of Patsy Cline's live performances were preserved on transcription discs and audio tape. Performances are displayed in session format and include a list of issues that contain the recordings. A few of these performances were television broadcasts, but only the audio is known to survive. For a list of performances that include video footage, refer to the TV Appearances page. For a list of Arthur Godfrey appearances, both radio and television, refer to the Arthur Godfrey Appearances. For a list of Grand Ole Opry transcriptions, refer to the Opry Transcriptions page.

Two concerts were preserved on tape, and both are listed on this page. For an extensive list of Patsy's tour dates, refer to the Patsy Cline Timeline on the Miscellanea menu of this discography.


Date: July 1, 1955
Location: Ryman Auditorium, 116 5th Avenue North, Nashville TN.
Wally Fowler's All-Night Gospel Sing

Patsy Cline (v), The Jordanaires (bkv), unknown (acc), Wally Fowler (mc)

a. rt Just A Closer Walk With Thee - 4:31(Traditional)
Kapp 45659 — Just A Closer Walk With Thee   (1965)
Kapp LP3445 — Country Buddies   (1965)
MCA Records CS/CD Box4-10421 — The Patsy Cline Collection   (1991)
Universal Music Special Markets CS/CD37050 — The Legendary Patsy Cline   (1997)

Date: January 26, 1957
Location: Capitol Arena, 14th & W Street NW, Washington D.C.
Town & Country Jamboree

Connie Barriot Gay (pdr), Patsy Cline (v), Jimmy Dean's Texas Wildcats (acc), Jimmy Dean (mc)

a. live Walkin' After Midnight - 3:57(Don Hecht, Alan Block)
unissued

In addition to regular appearances on Connie B. Gay's "Town & Country Time" radio and television series, Patsy appeared on "Jamboree" specials that broadcast live concerts from Washington's Capitol Arena on Saturday nights from 10:30 pm-1:30 am ET on WMAL-TV and regional networks in Maryland and Virginia. During this performance, Patsy talks candidly about her experience with Arthur Godfrey in New York, and expresses gratitude for winning the "Talent Scouts" broadcast one week earlier. The timing includes Jimmy Dean's introductory remarks, and his talk with Patsy after the performance.


Date: March 9, 1957
Location: Jewell Theatre, 216 South Jefferson Avenue, Springfield MO.
The Red Foley Show (ABC Radio)

Patsy Cline (v), unknown (acc), Bill Wimberley (dir), Red Foley (mc)

a. rt A Poor Man's Roses (Or A Rich Man's Gold) - 3:36(Bob Hilliard, Milton DeLugg)
unissued

Other guests of this broadcast were Marvin Rainwater, Billy Walker, The Marksman Four and Bill Wimberley's band.


Date: October 1958 (ca)
Location: WTTG-TV, Washington D.C.
Don Owens Show (Various Appearances)

Patsy Cline (v), unknown (acc)

a. live Dear God(Virgil F. Stewart)
unissued
b. live Yes, I Understand(Buster Beam, Lawton Jiles, W.S. Stevenson)
unissued
c. live I Don't Wanta(Eddie Miller, W.S. Stevenson, Durwood Haddock)
unissued
d. live Let The Teardrops Fall - 1:42(Buster Beam, Lawton Jiles, W.S. Stevenson)
Mint Audio/VoiceMasters CD0012 — The New Recordings   (2016)
e. live Waltz Of The Angels(Jack Rhodes, Dick Reynolds)
unissued
f. live Old Lonesome Time(Sonny James, Hazel Pitts)
unissued
g. live You Win Again(Hank Williams)
unissued

Leon Kagarise taped these performances. More information can be read about the country music fan and recording enthusiast here.


Date: July 29, 1961
Location: 221 West 4th Street, Tulsa OK.
Cimarron Ballroom Concert

Patsy Cline (v), Billy Dozier (eg), Leon McAuliffe (stg), Curly Lewis, Bob White (fdl), Pee Wee Calhoun (p), Joe Allen (b), Richard Dozier (d), Jack Lloyd (as, cl)

a. live Come On In (And Make Yourself At Home) - 1:38(Virgil F. Stewart)
b. live A Poor Man's Roses (Or A Rich Man's Gold) - 3:10(Bob Hilliard, Milton DeLugg)
c. live Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home - 2:00(Hughie Cannon)
d. live I Fall To Pieces - 3:18(Harlan Howard, Hank Cochran)
e. live Lovesick Blues - 2:00(Irving Mills, Cliff Friend)
f. live Shake, Rattle And Roll - 2:24(Jesse Stone)
White Star VHS — Remembering Patsy   (1993)
g. live There He Goes - 3:00(Eddie Miller, Durwood Haddock, W.S. Stevenson)
h. live San Antonio Rose - 2:28(Bob Wills)
i. live Stupid Cupid - 2:26(Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield)
j. live I Fall To Pieces - 3:16(Harlan Howard, Hank Cochran)
k. live If I Could See The World (Through The Eyes Of A Child) - 1:51(Sammy Masters, Richard Pope, Tex Satterwhite)
l. live Walkin' After Midnight - 2:32(Don Hecht, Alan Block)
m. live Foolin' 'Round - 3:36(Harlan Howard, Buck Owens)
n. live When My Dreamboat Comes Home - 3:52(Dave Franklin, Cliff Friend)
All titles on: MCA Nashville CD11579 — Live At The Cimarron Ballroom   (1997)

Date: December 2, 1961
Location: City Auditorium, 2727 East Point Drive, East Point GA.
Dixie Jubilee Concert

Patsy Cline (v), unknown (acc)

a. live Come On In (And Make Yourself At Home) - 1:34(Virgil F. Stewart)
Hallway Productions VHS — The Real Patsy Cline   (1985)
MCA Records CS/CD Box4-10421 — The Patsy Cline Collection   (1991)
Classics CD6166 — The Chronological Classics: Patsy Cline 1960-1962   (2009)
b. live A Poor Man's Roses (Or A Rich Man's Gold) - 2:25(Bob Hilliard, Milton DeLugg)
MCA Records CS/CD Box4-10421 — The Patsy Cline Collection   (1991)
Classics CD6166 — The Chronological Classics: Patsy Cline 1960-1962   (2009)
c. live Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home - 1:50(Hughie Cannon)
Hallway Productions VHS — The Real Patsy Cline   (1985)
MCA Records CS/CD Box4-10421 — The Patsy Cline Collection   (1991)
White Star VHS — Remembering Patsy   (1993)
Classics CD6166 — The Chronological Classics: Patsy Cline 1960-1962   (2009)
d. live I Fall To Pieces - 2:26(Harlan Howard, Hank Cochran)
unissued
e. live Who Can I Count On - 1:57(Sammy Masters)
unissued
f. live Fool Number One - 1:28(Kathryn R. Fulton)
unissued

This appearance was recorded with an audience and broadcast from the East Point City Auditorium. The audio tape was made as an aircheck for the sponsor Mary Carter Paint.


Sessions Reported: 6

Performances Reported: 30

Unique Songs Reported: 23

Unique Issues Reported: 9