Peggy March (Singer), born on March 8, 1948 in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA. Peggy March's age 70 years & Zodiac Sign Pisces, nationality American (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is White. Let's check, How Tall is Peggy March?
Peggy March Bio
Peggy March Height
4 ft 10 in (147 cm/)
|Height & Weight|
|Height (in Feet-Inches)||4 ft 10 in|
|Height (in Centimeters)||147 cm|
|Height (in Meters)|
|Weight (in Kilograms)||44 kg|
|Weight (in Pounds)||97 lbs|
Peggy March Body Measurements
Peggy March's full body measurements are .
Peggy March FAQs
What ever happened to Little Peggy March?
In 1969, March married Arnie Harris, her longtime manager. They had one daughter, Sande Ann, born in 1974. In 2013, Harris died. After living in Germany since 1969, March moved to Florida in 1999.
How old is Peggy March now?
74 years (March 8, 1948)
What is the story behind the song I Will Follow Him?
This was an interesting choice of song for a film about a group of nuns. In Little Peggy March’s song, the “him” was some imaginary childhood sweetheart who was presumably going to sweep her off her feet and be the love of her life until the end of her days. For Sister Act, the “him” was really the “Him”.
Who sang I Will Follow Him originally?
Peggy March is an American pop singer. 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. She was discovered at age 13 singing at her cousin’s wedding and was introduced to record producers Hugo & Luigi. They gave her the nickname Little Peggy March because she was only 4 ft 10 in tall, she was only 13, the record she did with them was “Little Me,” and her birthday was in March. On April 24, 1963, her single “I Will Follow Him” soared to number one on the U.S. charts. She recorded the song in early January 1963 and it was released on January 22, when she was only 14. March became the youngest female artist with a number one hit, at 15, in late April 1963, a record that still stands for the Billboard Hot 100. The recording also reached number one in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Japan, and Scandinavia, although it failed to chart in the UK. It was a translation of the French song “Chariot” recorded a year earlier by Petula Clark. March also became the first white female solo artist to hit #1 on the Billboard R&B chart.Read Full Biography Wikipedia