Margie Cumbie sings Patsy like no other. Her smooth, clear voice brings back glimpes of Miss Patsy herself... but then Margie also does sing these great songs in her own teasing, seductive style.
Margie records once again with Mr. Mike Dunbar's great production efforts and Mr. Razzy Bailey's amazing engineering talent. The musicians who play on this production are some of Nashville's very best, from Mr. Willie Rainsford (keyboard), Mr. Ed Glass (percussion), Mr. John Heinrich (steel guitar), Mr. Bailey (guitar) and Mr. Dunbar (bass, mandolin) to Mr. Robert Thames (guitar). They resurrect the great original music from the Patsy recordings with a few special twists.
Margie Cumbie sings Patsy was recorded at Razzy's Hit House in Goodlettsville, Tennessee.
Margie is from Huntsville Alabama; she loves singing, and she especially loves loves singing in the style of Patsy Cline... and she just happens to enjoy singing Patsy Cline songs in her tribute show to Patsy, that's why she calls her show "Margie sings Patsy".
Several years ago, she performed in her first big show in Huntsville at the Legends Concert at the Von Braun Center before a crowd of 1,500 people. She received two standing ovations - and that's all it took.
She couldn't wait to do her next show. A couple of months later, she sang at the Whistle Stop Festival in Huntsville-opening up the evening entertainment on a bill that also included Kevin Denney. She performed for 60 minutes to a very appreciative crowd. At the Whistle Stop Festival in 2003, she opened the evening for Craig Morgan and Blake Shelton.
Margie currently performs at outdoor concerts, conferences, and private functions.
She has broadened her show beyond the Patsy material to include the great music standards. Her speciality, of course - old torch songs. She and her accompanist, Mr. Mark Hixson, love the challenge of finding great old tunes and bringing them back...
For booking information, check out Margie's website www.margiesings.com