Jack and Patsy Riggir entertain in the King Country during the early 1950s. Jack was a farmer from the Te Kūiti area who recorded a number of country-and-western singles and performed regularly, often with his wife, Betty. The couple's daughter Patsy began performing country songs at the age of five. She went on to become a major New Zealand country music star in the 1980s.
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Private collection, Ron Haywwod
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