Updated 30 April 2003

Peggy March was a pioneer of the "Girl Group" sound of the '60's. After a brief career as "Little Peggy March" in the US, she began recording abroad, and eventually moved to Germany, where she enjoyed popularity for several years. This site contains a page of pictures of Peggy, scanned from album covers, and collection of links to other Peggy March sites on the web. If you have a Peggy March site you would like to see linked here, or other Peggy March info, email me at .
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The All-Music Guide's Peggy March page.
Here you'll find a biography of of Peggy, info about her US career, and a list of her albums.

Pat's Peggy Pictures.
Pictures of Peggy March, scanned from album covers and other sources.

Official Peggy March site by Robin Goodner.
This site has a biography, complete discography, tour itinerary, scans of
Peggy's artwork, and Peggy March merchandise for sale.
The discography section has audio clips of many songs.

An English translation of Andreas Zaron's German Peggy March biography page.
This page has a very nice biography of Peggy's German career.
The discography and CD Tips links on this page still leads to the German ones at this time

Andreas Zaron's original Peggy March site (in German).
This site seems to be closed. The above link does not work.

An English translation of a German 60's Hits Picture Sleeve Gallery's Peggy March page.
Here you'll find English translations of many of the song titles featured in Robin's page. The original German page I made this from seems to have been closed.

Ron Newcomer's Peggy March encounter.
Ron's personal Peggy March picture.

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