April 1963, 15 year old "Little" Peggy March scored a
No. 1 hit with her instant smash "I
Will Follow Him" which stayed at the No. 1 slot for an
incredible 3 weeks.
With her first recording an instant hit, RCA Records discovered
Peggy's way with language - she had a phenomenal ear and could
pick up any language in a very short time - and decided to go
after a worldwide market. Soon Peggy recorded her hit song in a
number of languages including French,
Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Japanese and German. She literally had
the No. 1 record in the world!
Since her professional poise was far beyond her 15 years, it
was hard to believe that Peggy would be unable to take advantage
of the appearance offers coming in from all over the country.
However, strict laws prohibiting minors from performing in
establishments that served alcohol stopped her. She had to go
abroad to show what she was capable of doing in the world of
entertainment and her performances in every country in Europe were
Through the years Peggy has recorded in 7 different languages.
With great recording success, she found her career growing outside
North America. Peggy has played almost her entire career in Europe
and Japan. On both continents, she worked in the language of the
Peggy primarily appears in concert, does European Television,
and performs for Corporate Conventions. She performed at the
opening of the famous Hotel Ana in Tokyo with the lengendary Paul Anka. Peggy has
also entertained at Corporate Events for Sony, Mercedes, Hilton, Philip
Morris, BMW, Inter-Continental, Porsche, Bayer Chemical, Lufthansa
Airlines, etc. Having sold millions of records around the world,
and performed live in just about every country, it is very
exciting to experience PEGGY MARCH LIVE.
In 1993, "I Will Follow Him" soared to the public
attention again. Internationally acclaimed actress, comedian, and
personality, Whoopi Goldberg, featured Peggy's song in her film, Sister
Act, as the movie's climax.
A tremendous reaction by the public to see Peggy perform live led
her to commit to engagements in the United States, besides
continuing her appearances in Europe as she has for many years
Welcome home "PEGGY MARCH."