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Peggy March - Peggy March-Starporträt album download

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She was originally billed as "Little Peggy March", a name given to her by Hugo & Luigi because she was only . 5 m tall, she was only 13, the first single she recorded with them was "Little Me," and her birthday was in March. In her late teens, she dropped "Little" from her stage name and henceforth performed solely as "Peggy March". Little) Peggy March rose to international fame at age 15 with her 1963 N. hit single "I Will Follow Him".

Peggy March (born Margaret Annemarie Battavio, March 8, 1948 in Lansdale, Pennsylvania) is an American pop singer. In the United States, she is primarily known for her 1963 million-selling song "I Will Follow Him". Although she is sometimes remembered as a one-hit wonder, she continued to have success in Europe well into the 1970s. Born to an Italian American family, Peggy was discovered at age 13 singing at her cousin's wedding and was introduced to record producers Hugo & Luigi

Peggy March (born Margaret Annemarie Battavio on March 8, 1948, Lansdale, Pennsylvania) is an American pop music singer. She was discovered at age thirteen singing at a wedding and was introduced to the record producer duo Hugo & Luigi. They gave her the nickname Little Peggy March because of her 4'10" height, the fact that she was thirteen, the first record she did with them was "Little Me", and her birthdate was in March.

As Little Peggy March, the girl born Margaret Battavia in Pennsylvania scored a number one pop hit in the States with 1963’s I Will Follow Him when she was a mere 15 years old. A string of smaller hits followed, but by the late ‘60s she was commercially a teenage has-been in her own land, though some of her non-hit RCA singles such as If You Love.

Peggy March - I Will Follow Him (Chariot) 02:45. Peggy March - I Wish I Were a Princess 02:19. Peggy March - Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love 02:28. Peggy March - Boy Crazy 02:35. Peggy March - The Impossible Happened 02:13. Peggy March - I Will Follow Him 02:28. Peggy March - Leave Me Alone 02:04. Peggy March - Oh My What a Guy 02:13. Peggy March - Only You Could Do That to My Heart 02:10. Peggy March - Can't Stop Thinking About Him 02:38. Peggy March - Watch What You Do with My Baby 02:33. Peggy March - Losin' My Touch 02:37. Peggy March - Your Girl 03:00.