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    Daddy Kendall Two-Piece Navy Suit and Hat and Jeannie Kendall Red Outfit. The dynamic country duo the Kendalls (father Royce and daughter Jeannie) scored their first major hit in 1977 with the Grammy winning single "Heaven's Just a Sin Away." The Kendalls followed with more than a dozen albums and three #1 singles, and were a major concert act right up until Royce's death in 1998. Featured is a two-piece suit worn by Royce, designed by Prestige West, and adorned with silver sequins on the lapels, pockets, and down the sides of the suit and pants. Also included is Jeannie's three-piece outfit boasting a red coat loaded with rhinestones, gold piping and mother-of-pearl buttons. The matching vest has red snap-buttons and the bell-bottom pants have matching gold piping and rhinestones. Both outfits are in wonderful condition.

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    April, 2005
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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