Billboard Award
From The CD "Discovery!"
( 1994 Prism Leisure/Lost Gold Records)

  • CashBox Magazine: Most Promising Female Country Vocalist. (1957)
  • CashBox Magazine: Most Programmed Up and Coming Female C/W Artist. (1957)
  • Billboard Magazine: Most Promising Female Artist; C/W Disc Jockey Poll. (1957)
  • Country & Western Jamboree: Best New Singer. (1957)

  • Music Reporter: Hit Award for "I Fall To Pieces". (1961)
  • Music Vendor: Hit Award for "I Fall To Pieces". (1961)
  • Billboard Magazine: Favorite Female C/W Artist. (1961)
1961 Awards Show
From "Remembering Patsy" By Brian Mansfield
Les Leverett Photo


1962 Awards Show
From "Patsy Cline" By Ellis Nassour
Les Leverett Photo

  • Music Reporter: Hit Award for "She's Got You" and "Crazy". (1962)
  • Music Vendor: Hit Award for "She's Got You" and "Crazy". (1962)
  • CashBox Magazine: Most Programmed Female C/W Vocalist. (1962)
  • Music Reporter: "Star of the Year" Award. (1962)
  • Billboard Magazine: Favorite Female C/W Artist of the Year. (1962)

  • CashBox Magazine: Most Programmed Female C/W Artist - Award Accepted By Daughter Julie. (1963)
  • Billboard Magazine: Favorite Female Country Artist of the Year. (1963)
  • Billboard Magazine: "A Portrait of Patsy Cline" All-Time Favorite Country Album. (1964)
Julie Accepts 1963 Cashbox Award
From "Honky Tonk Angel" By Ellis Nassour
Les Leverett Photo


Hall of Fame Plaque
From "Honky Tonk Angel" By Ellis Nassour
Les Leverett Photo

  • Inducted Into the Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville, TN - The First Female Soloist So Honored. (1973)
  • Inducted Into the Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame. (1981)
  • The "Don Pierce Golden Eagle" Award For International Acclaim From R.O.P.E. - The Reunion of Professional Entertainers. (1991)
  • Country Music Association of America - American Eagle Award. Inducted Into the Hall of Fame of America. (1992)

  • Grammy Hall of Fame Inducts "Crazy". (1992)
  • United States Postal Service Issues A Commemorative Stamp Honoring Patsy. (1993)
  • National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Western Heritage Honoree. (1994)
  • Grammy Award for Lifetime Achievement in Recorded Music. (1995)
Write Me In Care of the Blues
From The Cover of "Honky Tonk Angel" By Ellis Nassour
( 1992 United States Postal Service)


Charlie and Julie
Charlie Dick and Julie Fudge Pose With Patsy's Star
( 1999 Associated Press)

  • MCA Presents the "Jukebox Award" for the Top 40 Jukebox Singles of All-Time - "Crazy" (#1) and "I Fall To Pieces" (#17) - From the Amusement and Music Operators Association. (1997)
  • "Golden Voice Award" - Female Vocalist: Legacy Category. (1999)
  • Receives A Star on the World Famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. (1999)
  • Named Country Radio's Greatest Female Artist of the 20th Century By Radio and Records Magazine. (2000)
  • HMV British Country Music Awards - "Country Legend Award". (2000)
  • Grammy Hall of Fame Inducts "I Fall To Pieces". (2001)



Additional Honors
  • A Section of US Hwy. 522 Outside Winchester, VA Designated Patsy Cline Memorial Highway. (1987)
  • Ranked #11 On the VH1 Countdown of the 100 Greatest Women In Rock. (1999)
  • Universal Renames Two Streets On Its Studio Lots In Honor of Patsy Cline and Hank Williams, and An Office Building Is Renamed In Honor of Owen Bradley. (2000)
  • Ranked #1 on the CMT Countdown of the 40 Greatest Women In Country Music. (2002)
  • Placed 4 Songs on the CMT Countdown of the 100 Greatest Songs of Country Music: "Crazy" (#3), "I Fall To Pieces" (#6), "Sweet Dreams" (#41) and "Faded Love" (#98). Patsy Was the Only Artist To Have Two Songs In the Top 10. (2003)
  • Placed 2 Songs on the CMT Countdown of the 100 Greatest Love Songs of Country Music: "Sweet Dreams" (#3) and "I Fall To Pieces" (#18). (2004)
  • Patsy Is Listed In the Guinness Book of World Records For Logging the Most Weeks On Any Music Chart By A Female Artist, In Any Genre of Music, For Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits. (2005)



RIAA Awards For Album Sales
12 Greatest Hits
Diamond
The Patsy Cline Story
Platinum
Heartaches
Platinum
The Patsy Cline Collection (4-CD Box Set)
Platinum
Sings Songs of Love
Gold
Remembering Patsy Cline and Jim Reeves
Gold
Sweet Dreams - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Gold
Gold = 500,000 Units / Platinum = 1,000,000 Units / Diamond = 10,000,000 Units



International Awards For Album Sales
Sweet Dreams - Soundtrack (United Kingdom)
Gold (100,000 Units)



RIAA Awards For Video Sales
The Real Patsy Cline
Platinum (100,000 Units)

For More Information About RIAA Gold, Platinum and Diamond Certifications, Visit The RIAA Website.





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