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Patsy Cline is one of those stories of human perseverance that transcends toughness. She had a tenacity that only a tragedy would stop. With only her mother and herself supporting the family, she still knew exactly what she had that could not be denied. That voice, infused with passion, from a life that needed passion for day to day survival, would prove unstoppable.
The InClines' "Sweet Dreams of Patsy Cline" is a musical celebration of the life and times of the legendary Patsy Cline. Through narration and song, The InClines revisit Patsy's life from her humble beginnings to the tragic accident that took her life on March 5, 1963.
Lead vocalist, Michelle Anseeuw, brings Patsy's magical music to life with a two hour show of her best songs. The InClines bring to you that 'true Nashville sound" reliving such timeless classics as "I Fall To Pieces", "Crazy", and "Walkin' After Midnight". Michelle is backed by a first rate six piece band, including beautiful harmony singers recreating the unique sound of the "Jordanaires", the original vocalists that sang back-up for Patsy and countless others including Elvis Presley and Jim Reeves. Michelle has performed her "Sweet Dreams of Patsy Cline" show on numerous casino main-stages, theatres, festivals, corporate functions, etc. with overwhelming response! Michelle's strong vocals and stage presence together with Patsy's incomparable, timeless music and life story continue to ensure this show's undying appeal.
Patsy Cline recorded just three albums in her lifetime, yet she remains one of the most recognized and beloved names in the history of country music. A half a century after her untimely death, millions of her recordings are still sold every year. Her song "Crazy", written by Willie Nelson, remains the #1 juke-box hit of all time.
Although she could never be replaced, it is The InClines' sincere hope that their show will help Patsy Cline's legend live on.