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  • Author:
    Cindy Hazen,Mike Freeman
  • ISBN:
    042517168X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0425171684
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  • Publisher:
    Berkley; 1st edition (October 15, 1999)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
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    Arts & Literature
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Cindy Hazen and Mike Freeman do a wonderful job of mixing the contents of the letters with just enough background information to fill in the gaps for the reader. They have also included reproductions of each of Patsy's letters to Treva along with some personal photographs

Cindy Hazen and Mike Freeman do a wonderful job of mixing the contents of the letters with just enough background information to fill in the gaps for the reader. They have also included reproductions of each of Patsy's letters to Treva along with some personal photographs. Rarely do we get an opportunity to take a look at someone's life from this perspective. It's honest and true. 15 people found this helpful.

Love Always, Patsy book. Her talent and the depth that she brought to her songs was little appreciated during her time. This story, in letters, is a great insight to Patsy Cline. I was able to read this in a few hours - mainly because the majority of the book was made up of copies of the original letters.

Patsy Cline cheerfully accepted the honor. Over the next four years, through an intimate exchange of letters, she would become Treva’s close friend and confidante. Love Always, Patsy’ is a collection of that remarkable, cherished correspondence - poignant, colorful, humorous, and genuinely revealing in its honesty and warmth. Package will weigh approx. Combine purchases and save on shipping (based on total package weight).

Cline, Patsy, 1932-1963; Hazen, Cindy; Freeman, Mike, 1956 . The singer's letters to Treva Miller Steinbicker, 1955-1959.

Cline, Patsy, 1932-1963; Hazen, Cindy; Freeman, Mike, 1956-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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ISBN 13: 9780756754228. Love Always, Patsy: Patsy Cline's Letters to a Friend. Cindy Hazen; Mike Freeman.

Patsy Cline's Letters to a Friend. by Cindy Hazen, Mike Freeman. Published January 1, 1999 by Diane Pub Co. Written in English.

Love Always, Patsy : Patsy Cline's Letters to a Friend By (author) Cindy Hazen, By (author) Mike Freeman, Foreword by Trisha .

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He co-wrote, with Cindy Hazen, two books about Elvis Presley-The Best of Elvis in 1992 and Memphis Elvis Style in 1997-and a book based upon Patsy Cline's letters, Love Always Patsy, Patsy Cline's Letters to a Friend, in 1999. For eight years he owned and lived in the first home Elvis purchased at 1034 Audubon Drive in Memphis. Mike has also written or co-written magazine articles about the area's fascinating personalities.

A fan who carried on a four-year correspondence with Patsy Cline shares the best samples of this relationship, dozens of letters covering everything from her loneliness on the road to her joy over the birth of her daughter. Original.

Quttaro
I bought this collection of letters because I was curious as to who really was Patsy Cline. I wanted to see how she associated with others through her writing and style and what her life was like (according to her). Although these letters do not reveal anything new about her life it is great for any fan who wants to know a little bit more about Patsy and how she acted.
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Zulkigis
Love, love, loved it!
Qucid
Great book!! I loved it
Realistic
Bought this for my wife, she is a Patsy Cline fan & just loves reading her letters.
Ghile
My title is part of the inscription her husband Charlie had placed on Patsy's grave marker.Time has shown that truer words have never been said.

All the letters in this book were written to Treva Steinbicker who started and operated her fan club.They corresponded very frequently from the time that Patsy started in the business in 1955 when she was was only 23.The letters continued till 1959.There may have been more and Treva probably continued until she was killed in a car accident in 1960;but no letters were found during that period. Patsy met her untimely death in a plane crash on March 5,1963.

More than anything else,these letters show what a huge struggle and sacrifice to health,family and security the artists of the 50's went through in establishing a career.The number of Country Artists ,who made a living,were only a few dozen,and it took many years to make it.However,the music they made came from the heart and soul and was so good because they really lived it.Today new superstars appear like autumn leaves,and in my opinion most of it is "studio" music and that which the Industry promotes.It is hihhly that the stoff promoted today will be enduring like that which we got from the artists of Patsy's time.

Try as they may,to replace Country Music with Pop,Rhinestone Cowboy stuff,Country Rock,New Country,Line Dance music,the music of the Legends like Patsy,Hank Williams,Web Pierce,Johnny Horton,Roy Acuff,Ernest Tubb,Loretta Lynn,and other artists of the 50's and 60's,the real Country music survives because of the simplr fact that Country Music is the music of the people,by the people and for the people---Not the music establishment and studios.

The thing that surprisedme the most is how little these artists were compensated These letters show that during the time Patsy made her greatest hits,she virtually lived in poverty.Just imagine how moch people who couldn't write a simple ditty or even carry a tune,made off Patsy.
sobolica
I just finished reading "Love Always Patsy" and have a greater understanding of one my favorite singers.I did not hurry as I did not want it to end. Finally the fans can see the real "Cline" in her own words. Share her dreams and hopes. See the hard times and struggle to get to the top. It is also nice to hear a few words from her widower, Charlie Dick. Also it is wonderful to see how devoted Treva was to her favorite singer. Also see a dream come true, to actually meet your favorite singer and become friends. Unfortunately Treva Miller past away much to early, fortunately fans can see how Patsy continued writing her fans in the video "Remembering Patsy". It has been a privilege for me to know and befriend "Dear Anne" from this video. I was watching a video interview that Charlie did some year back recently and he commented that Patsy tried to write back to her fans if they wrote. This is what keeps a fan! To many times when fans read bio things have been change or created. It is finally nice to "hear" from the singer. Knowing that Mike and Cindy are fans of Elvis we were assured we would have a book that all fans would enjoy. This would be a great stocking stuffer for a fan of any performer. Because we see the story from a fan's point of view. Maybe we understand the music business better. It has been 40yr but I don't think to much has changed for a new singer. Jimmy Walker Charter member of Always Patsy Cline Fan Club For fan club info write A.P.C., PO Box 2236, Winchester, Va 22601
When I think of Patsy Cline, I always picture her as perhaps the first great female voice of Country and Pop music and one of the greatest voices of all time, male or female and of any musical genre. I had always assumed that she was one of those talented people that achieved stardom and succes quickly. However, thanks to Treva Miller (Patsy's devoted fan, fan club president and friend) we now can see that stardom and fame didn't come that easily for this gifted signer. Through her correspondence with Treva, Patsy tells the story of the early stages of her carreer. This collection of letters and post cards documents the disapointments and successes that Patsy experienced both in her professional life and in her personal life. Cindy Hazen and Mike Freeman do a wonderful job of mixing the contents of the letters with just enough background information to fill in the gaps for the reader. They have also included reproductions of each of Patsy's letters to Treva along with some personal photographs. Rarely do we get an opportunity to take a look at someone's life from this perspective. It's honest and true. Patsy Cline's songs will sound just a little bit different to me from now on.