May 12th Billboard, in a feature on RCA's 100 years of Music, writes that "... MGM had Connie Francis and Decca had Brenda Lee, and, in 1963 RCA introduced its own teen queen, Little Peggy March. Her first single, a cover version of the song "Little Me" from the Broadway show of the same name, didn't go anywhere, but the follow-up was a different story. I Will Follow Him topped the Hot 100, and, as March was only 15 years and one month old, she became the youngest solo female artist to have a No. 1. single on the chart, a record that holds to this day."
September 14th Koch Music release the CD Tausend Heisse Schwuere ASIN: B00005NIBS. This contains a new recording of Memories of Heidelberg.