Patsy Cline Timeline
by G.E. Hewitt and Ron McBride

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Here is a timeline of performance dates and noteworthy events in the life and times of Patsy Cline. This list is not exhaustive. Dates with hyperlinks will open a new tab to display relevant articles.


1948
Wally Fowler of the Grand Ole Opry convinced 16 year old Patsy to travel to Nashville for an appearance on Roy Acuff’s WSM-AM Dinner Bell radio program.

1949
July 31: Winchester, Virginia (Patsy and mother went to see Wally Fowler at the Palace Theater (From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)
October 19-20: Winchester, Virginia (Performed in amateur show at John Handley High School and sang “A Tree in the Meadow” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)

1950
February 2: Winchester, Virginia (Performed in the finals of an amateur show – sang a Jo Stafford song (From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)
October 3: Winchester, Virginia (Performed at the 3rd annual Amateur Minstrel Show, sponsored by a local softball league - sang “After You’re Gone” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)
October 11: Winchester, Virginia (Performed in the Kiwanis Club’s musical revue “Ridin’ High” to raise funds for underprivileged children – sang “St. Louis Blues” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)

1951
February 21: announcement in the Warren County Sentinel: “Virginia Hensley our vocalist will appear every Saturday night and she has got the umph" (Hired by Jack Fretwell to perform at the John Marshall Inn in Front Royal, VA (job lasted about 6 months) – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)
Summer: became a regular entertainer at George & Katherine Frye’s Rainbow Inn in Ridgeway, WV with Sonny Frye & Playboys (From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)
August: near Front Royal, Virginia (Sang from the back of a truck at the annual meeting of the Ham Radio Clubs of Virginia – was paid $5 (From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)

1952
September 27: Brunswick, Maryland (Brunswick Moose Hall. Debut with Bill Peer & His Melody Boys)
October 11: Brunswick, Maryland (met first husband Gerald Cline at the Brunswick Moose Lodge)
November: Winchester, Virginia (performed after a meeting of the South End Fire Company at the Fire Hall)
November 3: Hagerstown, Maryland (Performed with Bill Peer and his orchestra – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)

1953
March 6: marriage license announcement for Gerald Cline and Virginia Hensley in Frederick, Maryland
March 7: Frederick, Maryland (married Gerald Cline in United Church of Christ)
July 20: Frederick, Maryland (Family Drive-In)
Late 1953: Washington, D.C. (demo recordings at True Tone Studio with Jimmy Dean's Texas Wildcats – Margaret Jones book)

1954
Early 1954: Washington, D.C. (demo recordings at True Tone Studio with Jimmy Dean's Texas Wildcats – Margaret Jones book)
March 6: announced Patsy wound be singing every Sunday afternoon at Stricks roadhouse in Prince George’s country (From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)
June 22: Middletown, Maryland (Performed at Firemen’s Carnival with Bill Peer and his orchestra – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)
June 28: Woodsboro, Maryland (Woodsboro Volunteer Firemen’s Carnival w/ Bill Peer)
August 7: Warrenton, Virginia (National Country Music Championships, sponsored by Connie B. Gay. Patsy sang "Faded Love" and won $100 for Best Female Vocalist and was awarded a weekday job at WMAL studio in Washington D.C. performing jingles as well as making appearances on Gay's Town & Country Time at WARL – Nassour book)
September: Washington, D.C. (first appearance for Town and Country Time at WARL studios)
September 30: Washington, D.C. (signed contract with 4 Star Records. Witnessed by Bill Peer)
October 2: Nashville, Tennessee (sat onstage at the Grand Ole Opry as a guest of Ernest Tubb and watched Elvis perform. Later, Patsy sings two songs on Midnight Jamboree)
November: recorded demos at Decca's Pythian Temple in New York City
November 20: Brunswick, Maryland (rehearsed with Bill Peer and his band)
December 4: Fredericksburg, Virginia (demo session at WFVA-AM. Patsy and Bill Peer’s Melody Boys also played a dance that night – Nassour book)
December 11: Brunswick, Maryland (rehearsed with Bill Peer and his band)
December 31: Brunswick, Maryland (the Clines and Peers rang in the new year at the Brunswick Moose Lodge)

1955
January 5: Washington, D.C. (Performed at the Famous Club – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)
April 29: Winchester, Virginia (first appearance in the town's Apple Blossom Festival)
April-May: Winchester, Virginia (Practiced for upcoming recording session at G & M Music Store - From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” by Douglas Gomery)
May: Frederick, Maryland (private session at WFMD studio with Bill Peer's Melody Boys)
June 1: Nashville, Tennessee (first 4 Star recording session)
June 26: Nashville, Tennessee (opened for Ernest Tubb at the Parthenon. The free concert drew 15,000 people)
July 1: Nashville, Tennessee (Ryman Auditorium – performed on Wally Fowler’s All-Night Gospel Sing. Performed “Just A Closer Walk With Thee” – Nassour book)
July 2: Nashville, Tennessee (introduced on the Opry by Ernest Tubb and performed during a segment sponsored by Ralston Purina. Went to Tootsie's after, and later that evening performed on Tubb's Midnight Jamboree)
July 3: Nashville, Tennessee (recorded acetates singing a capella – Nassour book)
July 3: Clarksville, Tennessee (performed at Dunbar Cave – Nassour book)
July 4: Memphis, Tennessee (performed at ballpark w/ Ernest Tubb and Faron Young – Nassour book)
July 9: Brunswick, Maryland (performed at Brunswick Moose Lodge – Nassour book)
July 20: according to Ellis Nassour, the Songs By Patsy Cline EP was released this day, as was Patsy's first single, "A Church, A Courtroom and Then Goodbye / Honky Tonk Merry Go Round"
October: began performing on Connie B. Gay's Town & Country Jamboree program
October 15: Martinsburg, West Virginia (performed at opening of Chevrolet dealership)
October 15: Brunswick, Maryland (final appearance with Bill Peer at Brunswick Moose Hall)
November 10-11: Nashville, Tennessee (National DJ Festival – Nassour book)
November 24: Front Royal, Virginia (performed at Union Hall with the Kountry Krackers)
December: Washington, D.C. (First appearance on Town & Country Jamboree – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon by Douglas Gomery)
December 23: Berryville, Virginia (performed at the American Legion Building with the Kountry Krackers)
December 24: Winchester, Virginia (performed at the Armory with the Kountry Krackers)
December 30: Berryville, Virginia (performed at the American Legion Building with the Kountry Krackers)

1956
January 1956 issue of Cowboy Songs magazine, #26
January 5: Nashville, Tennessee (recording session)
January 7: Nashville, Tennessee (appeared on a national telecast of the Grand Ole Opry)
January 13: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
January 16: in letter to fan club president, reported she had performed at the Plantation Club w/Tony Bennett, Ray Price, Audrey Williams & Eddy Arnold – she sang 2 songs and the audience demanded a 3rd – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon by Douglas Gomery)
January 20: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
January 27: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
January: Springfield, Missouri (Ozark Jubilee TV appearance)
February 3: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
February 4: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “Turn the Cards Slowly” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
February 10: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
February 17: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
February 19: Warrenton, Virginia (Rockwood Hall w/Kountry Krackers @ 9 PM)
February 24: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
February 25: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “Come On In” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
March 1: Quantico, Virginia (Headlined a show at Quantico Marine Base, backed by the Texas Wildcats w/Jimmy Dean on accordion – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
March 2: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
March 3: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “High Ballin’ Daddy” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
March 9: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
March 10: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “If You Want Some Loving” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
March 15: ads in the Washington D.C. Evening Star regarding a forthcoming article in The Sunday Star
March 16: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
March 17: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Time appearance)
March 18: article in the Washington D.C. Sunday Star
March 19: Winchester, Virginia (at mother’s house)
March 23: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
March 24: Hagerstown, Maryland Morning Herald
April 11: Winchester, Virginia (Involved in car accident)
April 13: Berryville, Virginia (National Guard Armory. Met Charlie Dick – Nassour book)
April 14: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree @ 10:30 PM)
April 21: Springfield, Missouri (Ozark Jubilee)
April 22: Nashville, Tennessee (recording session)
April 22: cover of TV Week Magazine
April 26: Winchester, Virginia (Apple Blossom Festival/Young People’s Dance and square dance)
April 27: Winchester, Virginia (Apple Blossom Festival/Young People’s Dance and square dance)
April 27: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
May 4: Warrenton, Virginia (Fireman’s Parade – Nassour book)
May 4: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
May 5: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree @ 10:30 PM)
May 11: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
May 13: Winchester, Virginia (Airport Speedway)
May 18: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
May 25: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
May 26: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “Nobody But You” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
June 1: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
June 2: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “Honky Tonk Merry Go Round” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
June 8: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
June 10: Harrisonburg, Virginia (Rainbow Park)
June 16: Nashville, Tennessee (Grand Ole Opry appearance)
June 17: Nashville, Tennessee - recorded Country Hoedown #40 & #45 with Faron Young (Douglas Gomery)
June 21: Elkton, Virginia (Elkton Theatre with “The Gang from Town & Country Time")
June 22: Danville, Virginia (Old Dominion Barn Dance @ Danville Fairgrounds w/ Reno & Smiley)
July 1: Boonsboro, Maryland (Performed at the carnival – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
July 3/7: Damascus, Maryland (Firemen’s Carnival; show postponed to July 7 due to weather)
July 4: Winchester, Virginia (Airport Speedway with Jimmy Dean and His Texas Wildcats, Dale Turner, Mary Click & Alec Houston from Town & Country Time)
July 6: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
July 13: Mount Airy, Maryland (Firemen’s Park @ 9 PM w/ Ham ‘n Scram and Buzz Busby)
July 14: performed "I've Loved and Lost Again" at the Prince Albert Grand Ole Opry
July 20: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
July 22: Winchester, Virginia (Airport Speedway with Jimmy Dean and His Texas Wildcats, Mary Click, Tiny Jenkins, Dale Turner & Alec Houston)
July 23: Hancock, Maryland (Firemen’s Carnival)
July 24: Mt. Airy, Maryland (Firemen’s Park)
July 27: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
August 3: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
August: Warrenton, Virginia (National Country Music Championships. Probably 8/4 or 8/11)
August 17: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building w/Kountry Krackers @ 9:30 PM
August 24: Fredericksburg, Virginia (Belvedere Ballroom)
August 25: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree)
August 30: Berryville, Virginia (Clarke County Fall Festival w/Jimmy Dean & the Texas Wildcats)
August 31: Berryville, Virginia (Fall Festival Parade in the afternoon and then performed at the American Legion w/the Kountry Krackers that night)
September 8: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “Some of These Days” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
September 22: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “I Love You Honey”, “It’s a Long Long Ride” & “We’ve Gone Too Far” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
September 28: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building @ 9:30 PM w/The Kountry Krackers)
October 7: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree)
October 12-13: Compton, California (Town Hall Party – Nassour book. Patsy sang “I’ve Loved And Lost Again”)
October 15: Los Angeles, California (met with Bill McCall & Donn Hecht to discuss recording “Walkin’ After Midnight” – Nassour book)
October 20: Nashville, Tennessee (Grand Ole Opry)
October 27: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “That Crazy Mambo Thing” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
October 31: Hagerstown, Maryland (Public Square followed by a dance at the Fairgrounds)
November 2: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building @ 9:30 PM w/The Kountry Krackers)
November 5-6: Nashville, Tennessee (at the Andrew Jackson Hotel for interviews)
November 8: Nashville, Tennessee (recording session)
November 9: Richmond, Virginia (Bainbridge Junior High School @ 8 PM)
November 16: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building @ 9:30 PM w/The Kountry Krackers)
November 23: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building @ 9:30 PM w/The Kountry Krackers)
November 30: Fredericksburg, Virginia (Poplar Tavern)
December: Country & Western Jamboree Magazine issue
December 7: Fredericksburg, Virginia (Poplar Tavern)
December 8: Washington, D.C (Town & Country Jamboree. Arthur Godfrey was watching – Nassour book)
December 9: Winchester, Virginia (Front Royal Club – Nassour book)
December 14: Berryville, Virginia (American Legion Building @ 9:30 PM w/The Kountry Krackers)
December 21: Washington, D.C. (Performed at the Casino Royal nightclub w/Jimmy Dean & George Hamilton IV at 8 PM, 10:30 PM & 12:15 AM)
December 22: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
December 23: Washington, D.C. (Performed at the Casino Royal nightclub w/Jimmy Dean & George Hamilton IV – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
December 29: Washington, D.C. (Town & Country Jamboree – Sang “I Don’t Wanta”, “Nobody But You” (Gershwin tune) & “Pepper Hot Baby” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
December 31: Lorton, Virginia – with the Blue Rhythm Boys (Sonny Hawthorne, leader) at Lorton Volunteer Fire Co., New Year’s Eve.

1957
January 4: Berryville, Virginia (Nassour book)
January 5: fired from Town and Country Jamboree for missing rehearsal
January 18: New York, New York (landed at LaGuardia Airport – Nassour book)
January 21: New York, New York (Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts. Sang “Walkin’ After Midnight” and won the contest). The show aired at 20:30 ET and Patsy also sang "Your Cheatin' Heart"
January 28: New York, New York (Arthur Godfrey & Friends. Sang “Walkin’ After Midnight” & “A Poor Man’s Roses” – Nassour book)
January 30: Washington D.C. Evening Star - Decca rush releasing copies of "Walkin' After Midnight"
February 2: Billboard ad
February 3: Washington D.C. Sunday Star article about Patsy
February 3: Big Spring, Texas Daily Herald
February 6: article about Patsy's absence from Town & Country Jamboree
February 9: Springfield, Missouri (Country Music Jubilee TV show)
February 10: article about Patsy's absence from Town & Country Jamboree
February 13-14: Nashville, Tennessee (Filmed Opry tv show)
February 16: Nashville, Tennessee (performed "Walkin' After Midnight" at the Prince Albert Opry covered by NBC nationwide – Nassour book)
March 2: Springfield, Missouri (Ozark Jubilee w/ Jimmie Wakely)
March 9: Springfield, Missouri (Red Foley Show articles)
March 16: Compton, California (filmed Tex Ritter's Ranch Party)
March 19: Los Angeles, California (Bob Crosby Show)
March 23: Compton, California (episodes of Western Ranch Party and Town Hall Party broadcast)
March 24: Des Moines, Iowa (KRNT Theater w/ Grandpa Jones, Webb Pierce)
March 28: Gerald Cline granted Patsy a divorce
April 4: Winchester, Virginia Evening Star article
April 7: departed for shows in Pensacola, Florida; Swainsboro, Macon, Augusta (Georgia) & Charleston, South Carolina – Nassour book
April 23-26: New York, New York (Arthur Godfrey shows & recording sessions)
April 28: Akron, Ohio (Armory w/ Webb Pierce, Marvin Rainwater, Reno & Smiley and Benny Martin - From 5/25/57 issue of Cash Box magazine)
May 1957: review of Decca 30221 in Rustic Rhythm Magazine
May 3: Winchester, Virginia (Apple Blossom Festival)
May 4: Dubuque, Iowa (visits 14 year-old fan Shirley Nelson in hospital when emergency surgery forces her to miss Cline’s show w/ Webb Pierce)
May 10: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Carnegie Music Hall w/ Faron Young & Ferlin Husky)
May 15: Washington, D.C. (recording jingles – Nassour book)
May 22-23: Nashville, Tennessee (three recording sessions and made film of "Walkin' After Midnight" at Bradley Studios)
May 24: Hagerstown, Maryland Morning Herald
May 24: Winchester, Virginia (at home – Nassour book)
May 25: Amarillo, Texas (City Auditorium @ 8 PM w/ Brenda Lee, Jimmy Newman, George Jones, Everly Brothers, Mel Tillis & Judy Lynn)
May 29: Salt Lake City, Utah (Fairgrounds Coliseum @ 8 PM w/ same lineup as 5/25 show)
May 30: Pocatello, Idaho (same lineup as 5/25 Salt Lake City show)
May 31: Butte, Montana (Civic Center @ 8 PM w/ same lineup as 5/25 show)
June 2: Seattle, Washington (Civic Auditorium @ 3 & 8 PM w/ same lineup as 5/25 show)
June 5: Winchester, Virginia (sang two songs at George Washington Hotel for leading salesmen of the Potomac-Edison system)
June 9: Norfolk, Virginia (w/ Webb Pierce, the Duke of Paducah, George Morgan & Anita Carter – From 5/25/57 issue of Cash Box magazine)
June 15: College Park, Maryland (Sponsored by the Branchville, MD Fire Co. @ 9 PM)
June 22: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Ozark Jubilee on-location feed)
June 25: Winchester, Virginia (Performed at a dinner meeting of the Lions Club at the War Memorial, accompanied by the Esquires)
June 28: Winchester, Virginia (w/Kountry Krackers at the Armory @ 9:30 PM)
July 2: Maryville, Tennessee (National Hillbilly Homecoming w/ Jim Reeves, Tommy Leonetti, Johnny Maddox, Del Wood & The Hayseeds)
July 4: Warrenton, Virginia (4th of July Parade – Nassour book)
July 12: Sarasota, Florida Journal
July 13: Albuquerque, New Mexico (Civic Auditorium @ 8 & 10 PM w/ Hank Thompson, Ray Price, Ferlin Husky, Johnny Cash & Faron Young)
July 15: Salt Lake City, Utah (Fairgrounds Coliseum @ 7 & 9:30 PM w/ same lineup as 7/13 Albuquerque show)
July 20: Cash Box Magazine clipping
July 23: Hancock, Maryland (Firemen’s Carnival)
July 26: Alan Freed Show (lip synced “Walkin’ After Midnight” – From “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon" by Douglas Gomery)
July 31: letter addressed to Treva Miller, Patsy's fan club president
August 1957: named "Star Of The Month" by Rustic Rhythm magazine
August 10: Springfield, Missouri (Country Music Jubilee w/ Sonny James)
August 14: article about Patsy's recording of "A Stranger In My Arms"
August 24: Springfield, Missouri (Country Music Jubilee w/ Sonny James)
September: article from Folk & Country Songs Magazine
September 7: Smethport, Pennsylvania (McKean County Fair)
September 8: Brunswick, Maryland (Patsy's 25th birthday celebration at the Brunswick Moose Lodge)
September 15: Winchester, Virginia (married Charlie Dick at mother’s house). After the wedding, the reception was at Mountain Side Inn at North Mountain, Virginia
October 10: Castile, New York (J. R. Ranch @ 8 PM w/ Bobby Helms, Jimmy Newman, Porter Wagoner & Red Hayes)
October 21: left Fayetteville, North Carolina for New York
October 22-25: New York, New York (Arthur Godfrey shows)
October 26: Gore, Virginia (Mountainside Inn)
November 2: Richmond, Virginia (Old Dominion Barn Dance)
November 15-16: Nashville, Tennessee (arrived in town 11/13 for the National DJ Festival)
November 19: El Paso, Texas (Liberty Hall @ 7 & 9 PM w/ Webb Pierce, Hank Locklin, Warner Mack, Gordon Terry & Mel Tillis)
November 22: Tucson, Arizona (Tucson Gardens @ 7 & 9:30 PM w/ same lineup as 11/19 El Paso show)
November 23: Albuquerque, New Mexico (Civic Auditorium @ 8 PM w/ same lineup as 11/22 Tucson show)
November 24: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Municipal Auditorium @ 3:30 PM & 8 PM w/Jerry Lee Lewis, Mel Tillis, Warner Mack, Hank Locklin & Gordon Terry)
December: article from C&W Jamboree magazine
December 7: Springfield, Missouri (Country Music Jubilee)
December 13: Nashville, Tennessee (recording session)
December 14: Nashville, Tennessee (Prince Albert Grand Ole Opry)
December 15: Salt Lake City Tribune article
December 16: Chicago, Illinois (Howard Miller TV show)
December 24: Winchester, Virginia (Armory @ 9 PM w/the Kountry Krackers)
December 31: Purcellville, Virginia (Purcellville Roller Rink w/the Kountry Krackers)

1958
1958: Country & Western Music Stars Magazine issue
January 6-17: New York, New York (Arthur Godfrey shows)
January 18: Front Royal, Virginia (Sid Veasey’s Gentleman Club)
February: Trail Magazine issue
February 13: Nashville, Tennessee (recording session)
February 15: Patsy to entertain troops in Hawaii (Winchester Evening Star)
February 22: Springfield, Missouri (Country Music Jubilee)
February 26: Frederick, Maryland News
March 5-8: Frederick, Maryland (Cline was to perform during one of the 4 days the show ran, but canceled due to a booking in Hawaii)
March 13: Chicago, Illinois (Civic Opera House)
March 30: Appeared on pre-recorded Phillip Morris Music show on CBS coast-to-coast radio show at 9:15 PM EST
Spring: Country & Western Music Jamboree Magazine issue
Spring: photos from the Spring 1958 issue of Hillbilly & Cowboy Hit Parade
April 19: Springfield, Missouri (Country Music Jubilee @ 7 PM w/ Roy Acuff, Porter Wagoner & Tabby West)
April 26: Springfield, Missouri (Country Music Jubilee w/ Porter Wagoner)
April 27: Kansas City, Kansas (Memorial Hall @ 2, 5 & 8 PM w/ Jimmy Newman, Roy Orbison, Justin Tubb, Bob Wills & Carl Perkins)
April 27: Los Angeles, California (a prerecorded appearance of Tex Ritter's Ranch Party is broadcast)
April 29: Sioux City, Iowa (Municipal Auditorium @ 8 PM w/ same lineup as 4/27 show)
April 30: Omaha, Nebraska (Paramount Theatre @ 6:30 & 9 PM w/ same lineup as 4/27 show)
May 1: Lincoln, Nebraska (Lincoln Auditorium @ 8:15 PM w/ same lineup as 4/27 show)
May 2: Winchester, Virginia (Apple Blossom Festival)
May 3: Nashville, Tennessee (performed at the Grand Ole Opry)
May 4: Des Moines, Iowa (KRNT Theater @ 3 & 8 PM w/ Wilburn Brothers, Justin Tubb & Jimmy Newman)
May 14: Minneapolis, Minnesota (two week stint at the Flame Club)
June 1: Grove, Pennsylvania (Sunset Park – photocopy of ad)
June 1: Marietta, Georgia Daily Journal mentions Patsy
Late Spring: Gaithersburg, Maryland (Agricultural Exposition – Nassour book)
June 27: Charles Town, West Virginia (baby shower at the home of Mrs. Adkins)
June 28: Gore, Virginia (Mountainside Inn)
July 14: Elkton, Virginia (appeared in parade to celebrate 50th anniversary of Elkton)
August 15-18: Prince Georges County, Maryland (near Washington D.C.) Performed at The Dixie Pig nightclub – From Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon” (letter to fanclub president)
August 29: Winchester Evening Star article "Patsy Cline and Baby"
September 12: Hayward, California The Daily Review
September 20: Front Royal, Virginia (benefit for the Front Royal baseball club)
September 21: Boston Sunday Advertiser article about the "short life" of stars
October 1: Elkton, VA performance
Mid October: began performing regularly on Don Owens’ show at WTTG-TV in Washington D.C. (from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon")
October 31: Norfolk, Virginia (performed with Jimmy Dean’s Texas Wildcats – from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon")
December 20-21: Rockville, Maryland (performed at the Villa movie theater at 1:55 PM, 5:10 PM & 8:30 PM for $25 – from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon”)

1959
January 8-9: Nashville, Tennessee (first recording sessions in stereo)
January 9: Nashville, Tennessee (performed on Friday Night Frolics Opry)
January 10: Nashville, Tennessee (performed at the Grand Ole Opry)
February 25: Salisbury, Maryland (Starlite Room @ 9 PM)
February 28: San Antonio, Texas (Hi-Ho @ 4 & 8 PM)
March 2: Compton, California (Tex Ritter's Ranch Party @ 9 PM w/ Tex Ritter, Jimmy Wakely & Hank Penny)
March 21: Gaithersburg, Maryland (Agricultural Center)
Late March: Nashville, Tennessee (two Opry appearances – Nassour book)
April 4: New York, New York (prerecorded Dick Clark Show broadcast)
April 4: Springfield, Missouri (Jubilee U.S.A.)
April 11: Springfield, Missouri (Jubilee U.S.A)
April 12: Winona, Minnesota (Red Men’s Wigwam @ 8 PM)
April 19: Rising Sun, Maryland (performed at New River Ranch – from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon”)
May 10: Lebanon, Pennsylvania (Himmelreich’s Grove @ 6 PM)
May 31: Coopersburg, Pennsylvania (Playland Park)
June 7: Patsy appears on The Jimmy Dean Show from CBS New York
June 14: performed in an outdoor venue at New River Ranch in Rising Sun, Maryland
June 27: Thurmont, Maryland (Casablanca @ 9 PM)
July: Chesapeake, Virginia (Fernwood Farms appearance & private session)
July 1: New Market, Maryland (performed at the District Volunteer Fire Company Carnival – from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon”)
July 3: Nashville, Tennessee (recording session)
July 4: Nashville, Tennessee (performed at the Grand Ole Opry)
July 11: Hagerstown, Maryland (Fairplay Firemen’s Carnival)
July 13: flew from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles – Nassour book
July 18: Compton, California (performed on Town Hall Party)
July 22: Sheboygan, Michigan Press
July 24: Pleasant Hill, Pennsylvania (Firemen’s Carnival)
July 29: Boonsboro, Maryland (Shafer Memorial Park Firemen’s Carnival)
August 10: Hagerstown, Maryland (Widmyer Memorial Park)
August 26: Kingsdale, Pennsylvania (Firemen’s Carnival)
August 28: Lyons, Pennsylvania (Firemen’s Fiesta)
August 29: Avon, Pennsylvania (at the Avon Playground)
Summer/Fall 1959: filmed at least 2 Community Jamboree appearances in Nashville
October 3: Shreveport, Louisiana (appeared on Louisiana Hayride)
November 7: Springfield, Missouri (Jubilee U.S.A.) - performed "Walkin' After Midnight", "Let's Go To Church (Next Sunday Morning)" and "Come On In"
December 12: Springfield, Missouri (Jubilee U.S.A. broadcast w/ Ferlin Husky)
December 13: Hammond, Indiana (Civic Center @ 2:30 PM & 8 PM w/ Faron Young, Ferlin Husky, Roy Drusky & Carl Belew)
December 21: Nashville, Tennessee (Elks Show for The Tennessee Vocational Training School w/ Porter Wagoner & Roy Drusky – Nassour book)

1960
January 2: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the Grand Ole Opry during the 9:30 PM Stephens segment ("If I Could See The World" & "Walkin' After Midnight") and the 11:45 PM Wall-Rite segment ("Oh Lonesome Me"). From Byron Fay’s Archives/Blog
January 9: Nashville, Tennessee (joined cast of the Grand Ole Opry)
January 27: Nashville, Tennessee (final 4 Star recording session)
March 7: "Lovesick Blues / How Can I Face Tomorrow" single is released
March 20: Kansas City, Kansas (Memorial Hall @ 2, 5 & 8 PM w/ Faron Young, Roy Drusky, Leon McAuliffe, Carl Belew & Stringbean)
March 21: Topeka, Kansas (Municipal Auditorium @ 8:15 PM w/ same lineup as 3/20 show)
March 22: Sioux City, Iowa (City Municipal Auditorium @ 8 PM w/ same lineup as 3/20 show)
March 24: Omaha, Nebraska (Paramount Theatre @ 6:30 & 9 PM w/ same lineup as 3/20 show)
March 27: Des Moines, Iowa (KRNT Theater @ 3PM & 8 PM w/ same lineup as 3/20 show)
April: records acetate to promote upcoming Grand Ole Opry package show on local radio
April 2: Nashville, Tennessee (Prince Albert Grand Ole Opry)
April 19: Broken Bow, Oklahoma (Jaycee Field w/ Faron Young, Jimmy Newman, Lew Childre & Rex Rinehart)
April 21: Joplin, Missouri (Paramount Theatre @ 7 & 9:30 PM w/ Faron Young, Jimmy Newman, Lew Childre & Rex Rinehart)
April 22: Great Bend, Kansas (City Auditorium @ 7 PM w/Faron Young & Rex Rinehart; private show for the Eagles Lodges of Kansas)
April 29: El Paso, Texas (Liberty Hall @ 7 & 9 PM w/ same lineup as 4/19 Broken Bow show). Statement of expenses and receipts courtesy of Emmit Brooks
April 29: Friday Night Frolics Grand Ole Opry aired. Patsy recorded "Lovesick Blues" and “How Can I Face Tomorrow” for this broadcast
April 30: Albuquerque, New Mexico (Fairgrounds Coliseum @ 8 PM w/ Faron Young, Homer & Jethro, Carl Belew, George Jones, Elton Britt & Jimmy Newman)
May 7: Salt Lake City, Utah (SLC Terrace Ballroom @ 8 PM w/ same lineup as 4/29 El Paso show)
May 9: Pocatello, Idaho (High School Auditorium @ 6:30 & 9 PM w/ same lineup as 5/7 show)
May 10: Butte, Montana (Civic Center @ 8 PM w/Jimmy Newman, Faron Young & Lew Childre)
May 11: Spokane, Washington (Coliseum @ 7:30 PM w/ same lineup as 5/9 show)
May 21: performed "How Can I Face Tomorrow" and "Loose Talk" at the Opry
June 4: Springfield, Missouri (final Jubilee U.S.A. appearance w/ Cowboy Copas)
June 7: Nashville, Tennessee (recorded for Country Style, U.S.A.)
June 11: Nashville, Tennessee (Opry – Nassour book)
August 1: "Crazy Dreams / There He Goes" single is released
August 6: Nashville, Tennessee (Opry – Nassour book)
August 12: Nashville, Tennessee (a live Friday Night Frolics Opry broadcast)
August 13: Springfield, Illinois (Illinois State Fair w/ Flatt & Scruggs, Roy Acuff & his Smoky Mtn. Boys, Ray Price, Don Gibson, Carl Butler, June Webb & The Stony Mtn. Cloggers)
August 14: Fredericksburg, Pennsylvania (Fireman’s Park)
September 3: Nashville, Tennessee (Prince Albert Grand Ole Opry)
September 6: Nashville, Tennessee (recorded for Country Style, U.S.A.)
September 10: Nashville, Tennessee (Prince Albert NBC Opry – Nassour book)
September 17: Allentown, Pennsylvania (appearance at the Greater Allentown Fair w/Minnie Pearl, Mother Maybelle and the Carter Sisters, Kitty Wells and possibly Jim Reeves – from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon")
September 30: recording contract with 4 Star Records expired
October: USO tour of Hawaii - performed at Pearl Harbor, Marine Corps Air Station at Kaneohe, 2 nights in Honolulu & Kaisers Dome (Nassour book)
October 14: Friday Night Frolics Grand Ole Opry aired. Patsy recorded "There He Goes" and "Crazy Dreams" for this broadcast
November 5: Nashville, Tennessee (performed on the 9-9:30 Jefferson Island Salt segment of the Opry and sang "Walking After Midnight")
November 16: Nashville, Tennessee (first Decca recording session)
November 19: Nashville, Tennessee (performed on the Grand Ole Opry then departed for a performance in Louisville – from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon")
November 21: Augusta, Georgia (Bell Auditorium @ 8:30 PM w/ Faron Young, Roy Drusky & Carl Belew)
November 25: Nashville, Tennessee (performed on Friday Night Frolics and net $48 – from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon”)
December 24: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the Grand Ole Opry during the 7:30 PM Pet Milk segment (sang "Loose Talk") and 10:45 PM De Con segment (sang "Crazy Dreams")
December 31: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 7:30-8 Pet Milk segment of the Opry and sang "Nobody But You" and "Loose Talk". On the 10:15-10:30 Frosty Morn segment, sang "Walking After Midnight"

1961
January 14: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 8-8:30 Martha White segment of the Opry and sang "Crazy Dreams".
January 21: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 8-8:30 Martha White segment of the Opry and sang "Lovin' In Vain".
February 9: Nashville, Tennessee (filmed appearance for a TV broadcast of Country Style, U.S.A. w/ Faron Young)
February 11: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 8-8:30 Martha White segment of the Opry and sang "Lovin' In Vain".
February 25: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 8-8:30 Martha White segment of the Opry and sang "Lovin' In Vain".
March: photo on the cover of Country Song Roundup Magazine
March 4: Nashville, Tennessee (Grand Ole Opry - performed "I Fall To Pieces" and "Lovin' In Vain")
March 11: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 9:30-10 Stephens segment of the Opry and sang "I Fall To Pieces". On the 11:30-12 National Life segment, sang "Lovin' In Vain"
March 25: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 7:30-8 Pet Milk segment of the Opry and sang "I Fall To Pieces". On the 10-10:30 National Life segment, sang "Lovin' In Vain"
April 1: Nashville, Tennessee (Grand Ole Opry. Met Dottie West – Nassour book)
April 8: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 7:30-8 Pet Milk segment of the Opry and sang "I Fall To Pieces". On the 10-10:30 National Life segment, sang "Lovin' In Vain"
April 14: Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry aired. Patsy recorded "Lovin' In Vain" and "I Fall To Pieces" for this broadcast
April 21: Winston-Salem, North Carolina (Memorial Coliseum @ 8 PM w/ Faron Young, Cowboy Copas, George Hamilton IV & Darrel McCall)
April 22: St. Joseph, Missouri (City Auditorium w/ Homer & Jethro, Carl Smith, Leon McAuliffe & The Carter Family)
April 23: Kansas City, Kansas (Memorial Building @ 2, 5 & 8 PM w/ same lineup as 4/22 show)
April 24: Topeka, Kansas (Municipal Auditorium @ 8:15 PM w/Homer & Jethro, Carl Smith & June Carter)
April 25: Sioux City, Iowa (Municipal Auditorium @ 8 PM w/ same lineup as 4/22 show)
April 26-27: Omaha, Nebraska (Ak-Sar-Ben Coliseum @ 8:15 PM both nights w/ same lineup as 4/22 show)
April 28-29: Wichita, Kansas (Forum @ 8 PM w/ same lineup as 4/22 show. 9th Annual Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Benefit Fund)
May 10: Nashville, Tennessee (WSM Studio C to record Friday Night Frolics Opry)
May 13: Nashville, Tennessee (Performed at the Grand Ole Opry – 8 pm Martha White segment: “I Fall To Pieces” and 10:15 National Life segment: “Lovin’ In Vain”)
May 27: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 9-9:30 Jefferson Island Salt segment of the Opry and sang "I Fall To Pieces". On the 11-11:30 Coca Cola segment, sang "Lovin' In Vain"
May 30: Winchester, Virginia (Patsy Cline Day)
June 8: Winchester, Virginia (in town for sister Sylvia’s graduation – from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon”)
June 9: Winchester, Virginia (Winchester Drive-In Theatre – Nassour book)
June 13: drove from Winchester to Nashville with her children and Sylvia, Sam Jr. and Hilda (from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon”)
June 14: Nashville, Tennessee (car accident)
July 7: Friday Night Frolics Grand Ole Opry broadcast; probably May 10 recording)
July 17: Nashville, Tennessee (released from hospital)
July 22: Nashville, Tennessee (appeared at the Ryman Auditorium in a wheelchair to assure fans she’d return to performing soon)
July 29: Tulsa, Oklahoma (Cimarron Ballroom). Partially recorded.
July 30: Enid, Oklahoma (Nassour book)
August 13: Nashville, Tennessee (recorded for Country Music Time)
August 14: I Fall To Pieces EP released
August 17-25: Nashville, Tennessee (Patsy Cline Showcase recording sessions)
August 19: performed on the 9-9:30 Jefferson Island Salt segment of the Opry and sang "I Fall To Pieces" and "Lovin In Vain". On the 11-11:30 Coca Cola segment, sang "Nobody But You"
August 30: El Paso, Texas (Liberty Hall w/ Ernest Tubb, Frankie Miller & Hank Locklin)
September 4: Corpus Christi, Texas (Memorial Coliseum w/ Hank Locklin, Ferlin Husky, Frankie Miller, Claude Gray & Leon Payne)
September 9: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 9-9:30 Jefferson Island Salt segment of the Opry and the 10:30-10:45 Rose Dog Food segment
Mid September: recorded Take Five show for USMC
September 16: performed on the 8-8:30 Martha White segment of the Opry and sang "I Fall To Pieces". On the 10:45-11 segment, sang "Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home"
October 14: Nashville, Tennessee (Patsy sang "Crazy" at the Grand Ole Opry and received three standing ovations)
October 22: Los Angeles, California (The Palomino Club)
October 28: Tucson, Arizona (Tuscon Gardens @ 9 PM)
November 2-4: Nashville, Tennessee (Country Music Festival – Nassour book)
November 4: performed on the 8-8:30 Martha White segment of the Opry and sang "I Fall To Pieces". On the 10:30-10:45 Jasper Engine & Transmission Co. segment, sang "Crazy"
November 8: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (lip synced "I Fall To Pieces" on American Bandstand - from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon”)
November 9: Greensboro, North Carolina The Record article
November 10: Friday Night Frolics Opry broadcast including "Crazy" and "I Fall To Pieces"
November 11: Dallas, Texas (Big D Jamboree)
November 18: Ottumwa, Iowa (Coliseum @ 7 & 9 PM w/ Leroy Van Dyke & Billy Grammar)
November 19: Moline, Illinois appearance (from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon”)
November 25: Winston-Salem, North Carolina (Memorial Coliseum w/ Ray Price, Cowboy Copas and The Willis Brothers. Called New York Magazine columnist Dorothy Kilgallen "the wicked witch of the east" after Kilgallen's comments about "hillbillies coming to town")
November 29-30: New York, New York (Carnegie Hall w/ Bill Monroe, Minnie Pearl, Marty Robbins, Jim Reeves & Faron Young. Sang “I Fall To Pieces”, “Crazy”, "Walkin' After Midnight" and “Bill Bailey”. Departed from LaGuardia on the 30th at 03:30 hrs)
December 2: East Point, Georgia (recorded Dixie Jubilee for an audience of three hundred
December 2: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 9:30-10 Stephens segment of the Opry and sang "I Fall To Pieces". On the 11-11:30 Coca Cola segment, sang "Crazy"
December 16: performed on the 9:30-10 Stephens segment of the Opry and sang "Crazy". On the 11-11:30 Coca Cola segment, sang "I Fall To Pieces"
December 17: Nashville, Tennessee (recorded "She's Got You")
December 18: Nashville, Tennessee (diagnosed with a nervous breakdown; told to rest)
December 29: Regina, Saskatchewan (w/ Jimmy Dean Show)
December 30: Winnipeg, Manitoba (Auditorium @ 8:30 PM w/ Jimmy Dean Show)

1962
January 1: Billings, Montana (w/ Jimmy Dean Show – from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon”)
January 13: Nashville, Tennessee (at the Grand Ole Opry – performed "She's Got You". Jim Reeves was host)
January 14: Petersburg, Virginia Progress-Index
January 14: Hammond, Indiana (Civic Theater @ 2:30 PM & 8 PM w/ Jimmy Dean, Leroy Van Dyke & George Hamilton IV)
January 18: Friday Night Frolics Opry broadcast. Willis Brothers host.
January 21: Kansas City, Kansas (Memorial Hall @ 2, 5 & 8 PM w/ Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, George Jones, Johnny Western & Gordon Terry)
January 22: Sioux City, Iowa (Municipal Building @ 8 PM w/ Johnny Cash’s roadshow)
January 24: Lincoln, Nebraska (Pershing Auditorium @ 8 PM w/ Johnny Cash’s roadshow)
January 25: Omaha, Nebraska (Civic Auditorium @ 8 PM w/ Johnny Cash’s roadshow)
January 26: Joplin, Missouri (Memorial Building @ 8 PM w/ Johnny Cash’s roadshow)
January 27: Wichita, Kansas (Arcadia Theatre @ 8 PM w/ Johnny Cash’s roadshow)
January 28: Des Moines, Iowa (KRNT Theater as part of the Johnny Cash Roadshow)
January 28: Burlington, Iowa (Municipal Auditorium @ 8 PM w/Marvin Rainwater, Carl Perkins, Jimmy Newman & Claude Gray)
January 29: Crazy EP is released
February: received a Decca royalty check for $22,000.00. Patsy and Charlie make a down payment on 815 Nella Drive in mid March or April 1962 and moved in by May
February 7: Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry TV broadcast
February 11: Des Moines, Iowa (w/ Johnny Cash’s roadshow)
February 12-15: Nashville, Tennessee (Sentimentally Yours recording sessions)
February 17: Nashville, Tennessee (Prince Albert Grand Ole Opry – Nassour book)
February 22: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (lip synced "She's Got You" on American Bandstand)
February 23/24: New York, New York (photo shoot; first used for the "When I Get Thru With You" single)
February 28: Nashville, Tennessee (recording session; songwriters Harlan Howard, Hank Cochran and Justin Tubb all present. Patsy wore her white blouse and gold lame pants on this session. Several photos exist from the day)
March 2: Dallas, Texas (Dallas Memorial Auditorium @ 8 PM w/ Jimmy Dean, Red Foley, Ace Cannon, Speedy Haworth & Marsha Lynn)
Early March: recorded for Country Music Time
Early March: recorded Take Five show for USMC
March 16: Greensboro, North Carolina (Coliseum @ 8 PM w/ Jim Reeves, Ernest Tubb, Reno & Smiley & Slim Martin)
March 17: Charlotte, North Carolina (Coliseum @ 8 PM w/ same lineup as 3/16 show)
March 18: Springfield, Illinois (“Shower of Stars” @ the Illinois State Armory @ 2:30 PM & 8 PM w/ Jimmy Dean)
March 22: Madison, Wisconsin (Orpheum Theater @ 6:30 & 9 PM w/ Johnny Cash, George Jones & The Champs)
Mid March: Nashville, Tennessee (recorded for Country Music Time)
March 23: Nashville, Tennessee (Friday Night Frolics Opry broadcast; last known surviving Opry transcription)
March 25: San Antonio, Texas (Municipal Auditorium @ 3 & 8 PM w/ Ferlin Husky, Jerry Lee Lewis and Claude Gray)
April 1: Davenport, IA (Masonic Temple @ 3 PM & 8 PM w/ Flatt & Scruggs, The Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn & Hylo Brown)
April 8: Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Memorial Coliseum @ 2:30 & 8 PM w/ Marvin Rainwater, Carl Perkins, Jimmy Newman & Claude Gray)
April 14: Dallas, Texas (Big D Jamboree)
April 16: Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry TV broadcast
April 28: Bristol, Tennessee (Bristol International Speedway @ 8 PM w/ Faron Young, Skeeter Davis & Ray Price)
May 2: Louisville, Kentucky (played Kentucky Derby show w/ Jimmy Dean & Don Gibson)
May 7: Galt, Ontario (Arena Gardens @ 8:30 PM w/ Cowboy Copas, Roy Drusky & Bill Anderson)
May 12: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed "Imagine That" twice on the Opry (8:30-9 PM & 10:45-11 PM segments)
May 18-19: Houston, Texas (fireman's show with Jimmy Dean et al)
May 24-26: Denver, Colorado (Four Seasons Club)
May 27: pop music review of “When I Get Through With You”
June 15: Hollywood, California (Hollywood Bowl @ 8 PM w/ Johnny Cash, Marty Robbins, Don Gibson, Flatt & Scruggs, Lorne Green, Gene Autry, Stuart Hamblin, Leroy Van Dyke, Carter Family, Sheb Wooley & Mac Wiseman)
June 16: Phoenix, Arizona (Montgomery Stadium @ 8 PM w/ Johnny Cash Show)
June 17: Tucson, Arizona (Corbett Field @ 8 PM w/ Johnny Cash Show)
June 18: Douglas, Arizona (w/ Johnny Cash Show – Nassour book)
June 19: Safford, Arizona (w/ Johnny Cash Show – Nassour book)
June 20: El Paso, Texas (w/ Johnny Cash Show – Nassour book)
June 21: Albuquerque, New Mexico (Civic Auditorium @ 8 PM w/ Johnny Cash Show)
June 30: Daytona Beach, Florida (Municipal Auditorium @ 7:30 PM w/ Sonny James, Stringbean, Dottie West, The Glaser Brothers, Webb Pierce & Autry Inman)
July 1-2: Panama City, Florida (The Sands)
July 15: Stoughton, Wisconsin (Stoughton Fairgrounds @ 2 PM w/ Pee Wee King)
July 25: Richland, Pennsylvania (Richland Fire Company Carnival – Nassour book)
August 4: Berryville, Virginia (Watermelon Park in the afternoon – Nassour book)
August 4: Charles Town, West Virginia (attended Brunswick Moose Lodge that night, but did not perform – Nassour book)
August 6: New York, New York (publicity photos shot at Decca’s New York offices, West 57th Street – Nassour book)
August 7: Nashville, Tennessee (filmed Pet Milk TV broadcast)
August 11: Springfield, Illinois (Illinois State Fair w/ Tex Ritter, Jim Reeves, Ferlin Husky, Kitty Wells, Johnny & Jack and The Willis Brothers)
August 12: McCordsville, Indiana (Plantation Park @ 5 & 8 PM w/ Ferlin Husky)
August 14: Syracuse, New York (Franklin County Fair – from Douglas Gomery’s “Patsy Cline: The Making of an Icon”)
August 16: Jeannette, Pennsylvania (Westmoreland County Fair @ 8 PM w/ Red Sovine)
August 22: Malone, New York (Malone Fair w/ Kitty Wells and Johnny & Jack)
September 5: Nashville, Tennessee (recording session personnel log)
September 9: Goodlettsville, Tennessee (30th birthday and housewarming party. Guests included Dottie West, Faron Young, Loretta Lynn & Harlan Howard)
September 9: pop review of new albums by bestselling artists, including Patsy Cline's “Sentimentally Yours”
September 10: Nashville, Tennessee (recording session)
September 12-13: Abilene, Texas (West Texas Fair @ 7 & 9:30 PM)
September 15: Dallas, Texas (Big D Jamboree)
September 17: Fayetteville, Arkansas Northwest Arkansas Times
September 23: Des Moines, Iowa (KRNT Theater @ 3 PM & 8 PM w/ Hank Snow, Carl Belew, The Willis Brothers & Bobby Lord)
September 24: So Wrong / You're Stronger Than Me EP is released
September 25: Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry TV broadcast
October 20: Charlotte, North Carolina (performed at the Charlotte Coliseum w/Carl Smith, Minnie Pearl, Bill Anderson and Reno & Smiley)
October 27: Lima, Ohio (Lima Senior High School @ 7 & 9:30 PM w/ Billy Walker, George Morgan & Bobby Helms)
October 28: Toledo, Ohio (performed at the Toledo Sports Arena)
November: cover of Country Song Roundup Magazine issue lists "When I Get Thru With You" and "Imagine That" as latest hits
November 8: broadcast of Tennessee Ernie Ford Show
November 4-10: Nashville, Tennessee (Country Music Festival. Jimmy Dean & Patsy Cline crowned King & Queen of Country Music)
November 10: Nashville, Tennessee (Grand Ole Opry)
November 11: Massachusetts (stuck after heavy snowfall and took a bus into Boston on the 12th and flew into NYC. Took a flight out two hrs later to Nashville)
November 16: Little Rock, Arkansas (at 7:30 PM w/ Hawkshaw Hawkins & Cowboy Copas)
November 21: flew to Vegas with husband Charlie Dick and checked into the Ferguson Hotel
November 23-December 28: Las Vegas, Nevada (a 35 date engagement at the Merri-Mint Theater. Backing vocalists were Tompall Glaser Brothers. Paid $35,000 for the month. Patsy cries on stage Christmas Day, saying she should be home with family).

1963
January 1: departed Las Vegas for Tennessee;
January 3: Goodlettsville, Tennessee (belated Christmas gathering)
January 12: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 8:30-9 Stephens segment of the Opry and sang "She's Got You". On the 10:30-10:45 Harvey's segment, sang "Leavin' On Your Mind"
January 15: Nashville, Tennessee (recorded for Country Music Time)
January 19: performed on the 8:30-9 Stephens segment of the Opry and sang "I Fall To Pieces". On the 10:30-10:45 Harvey's segment, sang "Leavin' On Your Mind"
January 25-26: Panama City, Florida (The Sands)
February 4-7: Nashville, Tennessee (Faded Love recording sessions)
February 9: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the 7:30-8 Sustaining segment of the Opry and sang "Blue Moon of Kentucky". On the 10-10:15 Strietmann segment, sang "Leavin' On Your Mind"
February 13: Nashville, Tennessee (Ralph Emery’s All-Night WSM radio show – Nassour book)
February 16: Trenton, New Jersey (performed at the White Horse Bowling Academy)
February 18: Pet Milk Grand Ole Opry TV broadcast
February 19: Nashville, Tennessee (appears on WSM Waking Crew – performed impromptu performance of “Bill Bailey”)
February 21: Patsy went to Loretta Lynn's home to help her hang up drapes
February 23: Nashville, Tennessee. Performed on the Grand Ole Opry during the 8:00 PM Martha White segment ("Leavin' On Your Mind") and the 10:30 PM Harvey's segment ("Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home"). From Byron Fay's Archives/Blog
Late February: Massachusetts (Nassour book)
February 26: Nashville, Tennessee – filmed C&W Spectacular television special (Glenn Reeves as host)
February 27: Nashville, Tennessee (visited Trudy Stamper at WSM Radio; after the interview, Patsy sang “Bill Bailey” for a group of senior citizens touring WSM – Nassour book)
March 1: New Orleans, Louisiana; flew back to Nashville same day (Nassour book)
March 2: Birmingham, Alabama (3 shows w/ Tex Ritter, Charlie Rich, Jerry Lee Lewis and Flatt & Scruggs). Flew from Nashville to Birmingham for the shows and returned to Nashville same day
March 3: Kansas City, Kansas (Memorial Hall @ 2, 5:15 & 8:15 PM w/ Roy Acuff, George Jones, Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper, Cowboy Copas, Hawkshaw Hawkins & Dottie West. Sang “She’s Got You”, “Heartaches”, “Am I A Fool”, “Sweet Dreams”, “Faded Love”, “I Fall To Pieces”, “Crazy” and the final song at the 8:15 show was “I’ll Sail My Ship Alone”)
March 5: lost in plane crash near Camden, Tennessee. (Next appearance was to be March 16 in Baltimore – Nassour book)
March 10: Winchester, Virginia (funeral service drew 25,000 onlookers).
March 22: Life Magazine article
March 30: Omaha, Nebraska World Herald
May: TV Radio Mirror
October: TV Radio Mirror