May 10th Billboard reports in 'Hard Act to Follow' that "The No. 1 song 40 years ago this week on the Hot 100 was I Will Follow Him by a singer who was 15 years and one month old. That made Little Peggy March the youngest female singer to reach the pinnacle of the pop singles chart. Before March, the record holder was Brenda Lee, who was 15 years and eight months old when I'm Sorry went to No. 1 in 1960. Four decades after I Will Follow Him was No. 1, March remains the youngest female singer to achieve pole position on the Hot 100. Her crown was almost taken away in 1995, when Monica - who was 14 years and eight months old - went to No.2. with Don't Take It Personal (Just One Of Dem Days).'
August 30th Billboard reports in the Chart Beat column that " Duff, best known for her role as Disney TV/film character Lizzie McGuire, tops the singles sales chart at the young age of 15 years and 11 months. On the Billboard Hot 100, So Yesterday slips in at No. 55. Had the single been able to match its sales chart performance on the main Hot 100, Duff would have been the first 15-year-old solo female artist to top the survey since April 1963, when Little Peggy March had a three-week stand with I Will Follow Him. March was just 15 years and one month old when she topped the Hot 100. Forty tears later, she still holds the record for being the youngest female artist to have a No. 1 hit on the chart.
Peggy’s song Male Nicht Den Teufel An Die Wand appears on the compilation LP Girls Make The World Go ‘Round - Volume 1 Beat-Madels Aus Deutschland Girl-O-Rama - G-O-R 001.
A rare recording of Peggy’s track Too Long Away is released on the vinyl LP Compilation Girls In The Garage Vol. 11 published by Romulan Records - UFOX31.
Peggy sings Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas on German TV.