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Peggy March

About Peggy March

As the teenage Little Peggy March, she topped the Pop and R&B charts with "I Will Follow Him" in 1962. This one song helped define the pre-Beatles Girl Group sound, but March had trouble getting on the U.S. charts after that. At the height of the hippie movement, she packed up and moved to Germany where she found great success singing in two languages. March is living stateside once again, but we see a nostalgia act where the Germans see a star.

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Peggy March

As the teenage Little Peggy March, she topped the Pop and R&B charts with "I Will Follow Him" in 1962. This one song helped define the pre-Beatles Girl Group sound, but March had trouble getting on the U.S. charts after that. At the height of the hippie movement, she packed up and moved to Germany where she found great success singing in two languages. March is living stateside once again, but we see a nostalgia act where the Germans see a star.

About Peggy March

As the teenage Little Peggy March, she topped the Pop and R&B charts with "I Will Follow Him" in 1962. This one song helped define the pre-Beatles Girl Group sound, but March had trouble getting on the U.S. charts after that. At the height of the hippie movement, she packed up and moved to Germany where she found great success singing in two languages. March is living stateside once again, but we see a nostalgia act where the Germans see a star.

About Peggy March

As the teenage Little Peggy March, she topped the Pop and R&B charts with "I Will Follow Him" in 1962. This one song helped define the pre-Beatles Girl Group sound, but March had trouble getting on the U.S. charts after that. At the height of the hippie movement, she packed up and moved to Germany where she found great success singing in two languages. March is living stateside once again, but we see a nostalgia act where the Germans see a star.

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