Singer Maggie Worsdale Performs ‘CRAZY About Patsy Cline’

Maggie Worsdale

  TOMS RIVER – Sixty years after her death, Patsy Cline remains among the top five female country singers of all time. The Ocean County Library is pleased to present international singing star Maggie Worsdale’s tribute, “CRAZY About Patsy Cline.”

• Berkeley Branch, 30 Station Road, Bayville, 732-269-2144 – 2 p.m. March 20

• Plumsted Branch, 119 Evergreen Road, New Egypt, 609-758-7888 – 2 p.m. March 21

• Upper Shores Branch, 112 Jersey City Avenue, Lavallette, 732-793-3996 – 2 p.m. March 22

• Brick Branch, 301 Chambers Bridge Road, 732-477-4513 – 7 p.m. March 23

• Lakewood Branch, 301 Lexington Avenue, 732-363-1435 – 2 p.m. March 25

  Patsy Cline rocketed to fame in 1957 with her nationally-televised rendition of “Walking After Midnight.” She helped popularize the Nashville sound with hits such as “Crazy” and “I Fall to Pieces,” before a plane crash took her life in 1963.

  Maggie Worsdale will share little-known stories about the singer’s life and career, and perform Cline’s songs in her inimitable jazz-country style.

  Maggie has performed in concert halls, cabarets, and jazz venues throughout the US and Europe, released four studio albums, and appears on several more. She is also the lead singer of the jazz revue band, Sweet Whiskey. Her website is

  Register at to attend these free programs. For more information, visit any participating Library branch or call 732-349-6200.