On this day in 1957, Patsy went into Owen Bradley’s studio with the top Nashville sidemen and began recording six tunes: "I Don’t Wanna", "Aint No Wheels On This Ship", "That Wonderful Someone", "I Can’t Forget", "Hungry For Love" and "In Care of The Blues" with the Anita Kerr Singers as backup.
“A lot of people say you've got all the loving in the world when you walk out on stage. But hell, that applause don't help you any when you're lying in that bed at night being totally ignored” — Patsy Cline
On this day, Patsy was in the WSM Studio B, recording a show for that week’s ‘Friday Night Frolics’. She sang ‘I Fall to Pieces’ and “Lovin in Vain’ with Sonny James as her coheadliner. Here they are pictured together... [ Goo.gl Link ]
While Willie Nelson's big breakthrough is often considered writing 'Crazy' for Patsy Cline, he already had a long-running country chart-topper to his name with the massively popular Faron Young hit 'Hello Walls', on this day in 1961.
It was May of 1955 when Bill Peer and Patsy flew to Nashville to record her first 4 Star Decca Releases.The most important aspect of this trip was her introduction to and collaboration with Owen Bradley, the producer who would record all her greatest hits.