Patsy Cline: American Masters

Film Interviewees

Air date: 03/04/2017

Patsy Cline: American Masters

Premieres nationwide beginning March 4 on PBS (check local listings) during Women’s History Month


Film Interviewees (in alphabetical order)


Bill Anderson, friend and Opry member

Mandy Barnett, artist, portrayed Patsy Cline in Always…Patsy Cline

Brenda Calladay, country music historian and curator

Terri Clark, artist

Peter Cooper, senior director, producer and writer at the Country Music Hall of Fame and


Beverly D’Angelo, actress, portrayed Patsy Cline in Coal Miner’s Daughter (1980)

Melvin Dick, brother of Patsy Cline’s husband, Charlie Dick

Julie Fudge, Patsy Cline’s daughter

Rhiannon Giddens, artist

Mickey Guyton, artist

Jewly Height, journalist and author

JudySue Huyett-Kempf, executive director, Patsy Cline Historic House

Wanda Jackson, artist, “Queen of Rockabilly”

Beverly Keel, professor and journalist

Callie Khouri, Oscar-winning screenwriter of Thelma & Louise, creator, writer, director and

producer of Nashville (ABC)

Reba McEntire, artist

Kacey Musgraves, artist

Margo Price, singer-songwriter

LeAnn Rimes, artist

Alan Stoker, curator of Recorded Sound Collections at the Country Music Hall and Museum

Eddie Stubbs, WSM Grand Ole Opry Announcer

Ted Swindley, creator, Always…Patsy Cline

Troy Tomlinson, President and CEO, Sony ATV Nashville

Ricky Warwick, Artist (Thin Lizzy)