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Grand Ole Opry Presents Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, and others, Ryman Auditorium. This poster (with a concert date of January 1, 1953) is a retro dream—Loretta Lynn didn't make her first appearance on the Opry until 1960, and Hank Williams died January 1, 1953, on his way to a scheduled gig at the Windsor Theater in Canton, Ohio

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Original newspaper clipping, from the Nashville Banner, on August 8, 1964, announcing the birth of Doo and Loretta Lynn's twins, Peggy and Patsy.

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Loretta Lynn (born: April 14,1935, 1932, Butcher Hollow, KY, USA) is an American country singer, songwriter, author and philanthropist. She was one of the leading country vocalists and songwriters during the 1960s and 1970s. She is called the First Lady of Country.

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Ryman Auditorium poster. Grand Ole Opry. 1953. Loretta Lynn. Hank Williams. Patsy Cline. 12x18. Country Music. Kraft paper. Nashville. Art

Ryman Auditorium poster. Grand Ole Opry. 1953. Loretta Lynn. Hank Williams. Patsy Cline. 12x18. Country Music. Kraft paper. Nashville. Art.

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Loretta Lynn and her twins, Peggy and Patsy, at an appearance in Clinton, OK (2012). The twins are 48 yrs. old. [Courtesy of Tim Cobb]

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Patsy Cline (singer) - Died March 5, 1963. Born September 8, 1932. I remember going downtown to see a play about her - she was so talented!

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Dottie West (October 11, 1932 – September 4, 1991) was an American country music singer and songwriter. Description from astro-charts.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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"I've got your picture; she's got you." PATSY CLINE. // (Listen for many examples of "have/has got" and past tenses. NOTE: I've got = I have.) // See lyrics (words to song) at http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/patsycline/shesgotyou.html

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