Patsy Cline has been on the local collective consciousness lately, from country tribute shows to a special all-Patsy night at The Altamont Theatre. Now, Crest Mountain Dinner Show stages its own commemoration of the country music pioneer. Cline not only climbed charts with her unforgettable sound, she successfully crossed over into pop music and also paved the way for other female headlining performers in the country genre. Known for hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy,” Cline — a high school dropout — tried rockabilly, yodeling and the ’60s-era Nashville sound, all before her untimely death at the age of 30. Local vocalist Liz Aiello channels Cline with help from backing band The Bobcats on Sunday, July 5. Doors at 6 p.m., 7 p.m. showtime (dinner is not served during the summer concert series). $25 adults/$15 students and children/free for children younger than 5. crestmountainpresents.com. Photo by William Gregg
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