Many of the songs Betsy and the family sang in those days were written by her mother. Her legacy carries on. Later inshe had to leave the Los Angeles music scene for a tour on the east coast. Mary Nigberg Title Cards: Betsy shared with us several copies of the scripts from the Country America show that was broadcast over the American Broadcasting Company network. Her parents were accomplished musicians.
The family moved around a bit in Betsy's early years.
We have no other details about this show such as who was the main star or host. They were known as the Gay Family. A Surrey Production Director: Betsy also appeared through the 's with Tex Williams and his band. Don Whitman Production Co-ordinator:
And Betsy kept it all. Betsy and Mary Lou yodeled again on this one and they were known as the "Gay Sisters". Though just in her early teens, Betsy handled the emcee chores of the show. Redd Harper was the emcee of the shows. He passed away in Betsy had some speaking parts and she also sang and yodeled in some of the movies.