Patsy Cline. When I was a baby, my parents took my aunt and uncle to the Grand Ole Opry. Afterwards you used to be able to meet the artists at the side of the Ryman, which my family did. My mother was carrying me as they went up to meet Patsy. Someone who also had come to meet her said to Patsy "Kiss the baby, Patsy!" Patsy patted my arm and said "Some mamas don't want strangers kissing their babies!" So I just got an arm pat instead of a kiss from the great Patsy Cline.
The house has been renovated and redecorated to look the way that it did when Cline resided there. At the time, all four family members lived in the one upstairs bedroom. They shared one four-drawer dresser for all of their things.
Patsy Cline was an American country music singer. Part of the early 1960s Nashville sound, Cline successfully "crossed over" to pop music. She died in a multiple fatality crash of her private plane at the age of 30. She was one of the most influential, successful and acclaimed female vocalists of the 20th century.