Saturday Night Social: On Patsy Cline's Salt-And-Pepper Shaker Collection


Today would have been the 80th birthday of Patsy Cline, the Nashville-pop crossover icon who was killed in 1963—at the too-young age of 30—in a plane crash. If you happen to be in the birthplace of the Grand Ole Opry, check out the Patsy Cline Exhibit (featuring such personal, eccentric goods as Cline’s pink marble cigarette jar and lighter and her collection of salt-and-pepper shakers, including a Japanese-made set of “she-devils” holding pitchforks and a set of “ladies’ lingerie” shakers.)

Have a nice Saturday night!

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