Patsy Cline Museum: 10 Must-See Items

New Nashville museum includes her home stereo console and the watch she was wearing in the plane crash that took her life

Great Wall
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Great Wall

An entire wall of the museum displays the A and B sides of every 45 RPM record released in Cline's lifetime, from the first song she recorded in 1955, "A Church, a Courtroom and Then Goodbye," to her first Number One hit, "I Fall to Pieces." In total, there are more than 100 sides accompanied by candid photos of Cline in the recording studio, where she was so often – and with great success – paired with legendary producer Owen Bradley.