Carolyn Cline is a world class entertainer/musician/singer who has traveled throughout the world performing her unique and exciting show receiving standing ovations from the audiences. She is a veteran of Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Hollywood, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Miami, and New York. Carolyn has also performed internationally in Tokyo Japan, Bangkok, Thailand, Manila, Philippines, London, England, Tumon Bay, Guam, Garapan, Saipan, and Papeete, Tahiti, to name a few. Having been in the entertainment business for over thirty years, Carolyn has appeared with such mega stars as Bob Hope, Red Skelton, Liberace, Jan Murray, Pearl Bailey, Tony Orlando, Lee Greenwood, and Les Elgart's Orchestra. Carolyn has earned the titles for Miss New Mexico Universe 1973, First in Swimsuit for the Miss USA 1974 Pageant, Miss Florida 1978, Miss America 1979-2nd runner up, and she received the Talent Award for the Miss America 1979 Pageant. She is a talented and versatile performer who plays a variety of instruments including the piano, organ, guitar, banjo, mandolin, flute, violin, and drums. Carolyn is a musician, singer, opening act, entertainer, and composer. She has had two songs published by Al Gallico Music Publishers. She has earned a Bachelor of Music from Eastern New Mexico University and a Master of Arts in Music Education from the University of South Florida. Carolyn also sings a tribute to her late great cousin Patsy Cline. Here are the memories of a talented singer named Patsy Cline from Winchester, Virginia, who still manages to capture the hearts of everyone through Carolyn Cline's voice, phrasing, and style to an unforgettable artist.