January 9th Peggy appears on the ZDF Hitparade
February 25th Billboard, in the feature 'International Charts: Where the Starwomen are', includes Peggy March from Germany as one of the artists who have managed to make the top in a male dominated industry.
April 6th Appears on Appears on the West German ZDF TV in Ausschnitt 8 x 1 In Noten
April 1st Oklahoma Bay reaches No 44 on the German Charts and is in the charts for a total of 6 weeks.
July 1st Billboard has a photo of Peggy in their supplement on Siegel Music Companies. The caption reads 'Peggy March, U.S. singer, who sang the first number one hit Ralph Siegel ever wrote.' In the same edition "Little Peggy March, U.S. singer living in Germany and now an adult, helped Siegel get his first No.1 hit, with Einmal verliebt - immer verliebt."
October 21st Peggy appears on the TV Music show Musik ist Trumpf
Appears in The TV Show Walter Hoor - Deutschunterricht für ausländische Schlagerstars 1978 (Below)
Appears with the Die Hot Dogs singing Jingle Bells
Peggy believes the Gate Laune show below with Ellen Kessler, and the Finnish singer Marion Rung was made in 1978. She reports 'It was a production I did in Baden- Baden, with Irene Mann as Choreographer and Director."
Peggy appears on the East German station MDR show Ein Kessel Buntes and sings Fly Away Pretty Flamingo
The LP Fly Away Pretty Flamingo is released
Mit 17 Hat Man Noch Träume appears on the compilation LP Der Goldene Hitkalender on the Arcade label.
In Der Carnaby Street appears on the compilation LP Stars Und Schlager Aus “Musik Ist Trumpf” EMI - 1 C 028-32 996 Y, EMI Electrola 1 C 028-32 996 Y.
Fly Away Pretty Flamingo appears on the compilation LP Hitladen - Deutsche Top-Hits ’78 K-Tel International- TG 1185.