January 1st Billboard have a photo of Peggy together with Bennie Thomas and Atsutaka Torio. The caption reads " RCA VICTOR artists Peggy March and Bennie Thomas are currently on tour in Japan. Shown her, left to right, are Atsutaka Torio, manager of a&r for the Victor Co. of Japan Ltd. Bennie, and Peggy."
February 11th Teldec has recorded German language singles by Jette Ziegler (Denmark), Joe Sentieri (Italy), Edna Bejarano (Israel), and Ricky Shane, and Peggy March (U. S.).
February 11th & March 3rd/7th Das Glück Vergeht, Ja, Oh Ja, Der Sommerwind, Sweetheart Schenk Mir Einen Ring, Immer Weider Kommst Du, Hundert Jahre und Noch Mehr, Deine Welt ist Meine Welt, Das Gluck Lässt Sich Zeit and Lass Mir Meine Träume are recorded in Berlin.
March 10th The Press Photo below has the commentary "At 17 One Still Has Dreams.. is the title of the song with which Peggy March won the German Schlager Festival in 1965. In the meantime the popular American Star was 18 year old. She celebrated her birthday on 8th of March in Berlin. "Dream one may even at 18", she meant. Her fan-club which of course did not forget her passion for ice-cream, sent her a big 18 of ice-cream of her birthday. Apparently Peggy was afraid of spoiling her stomach by eating too much ice-cream, so she gave most of it to her admirers. Photo Shows Peggy March and her singing partner Bennie Thomas at the "Riverboat" a student place in Berlin. Together they have just finished a record."
March 17th Appears as herself in the TV Documentary Vergissmeinnicht
March 26th Peggy is a guest on the German TV show Die Drehscheibe
March 29th Appears on the TV Music show Die Drehscheibe
April 13th Die Antwort weiss ganz allein der Wind and Tausand Steine are recorded in Berlin (both with Benny Thomas).
April 30th B. Fremer reporting from Stockholm for Billboard in the 'Music Capitals of the World' section writes "Peggy March in town for TV and record dates...."
4th May Appears as herself (with Benny Thomas) in the Finnish TV Music Show Nuorten tanssiheti
May 7th Bas Hegeman reporting from Amsterdam for Billboard in the 'Music Capitals of the World' section writes "Peggy March will do a local TV show with the Dutch RCA beat group, Johnny Kendal and the Heralds...
May 14th Billboard report, in an article titled ' Como Joins RCA Italiano Parade' that " ... This will mark Como's first recording date at the Rome studios but it follows the pattern that has been established by RCA Victor here of sending its artists to record in Rome. Victor artists who've already recorded in Rome are Paul Anka, Peggy March, Gale Garnett and Neil Sedaka..."
May 31st He’s Back Again is recorded.
July 2nd Hundert Jahre und noch mehr reaches No 18 on the German Charts and is in the charts for a total of 13 weeks.
July 5-7th Memories of Heidelberg, Male nicht den Teufel an die Wand, Lass miche nie allein, and Das Ist der Musik für mich are recoded in Berlin.
July 19th He’s Back Again is released.
August 25th Appears as herself in the Film Das sundige Dorf
October 10th Try To See It My Way is recorded.
November Victor release the single with both tracks sung in Japanese SS 1702
November 28th Appears as herself in the Film Das Spuckschloss imSalzkammergut
December 3rd Sweetheart, schenk mir einen Ring reaches No 40 on the German Charts and is in the charts for a total of 2 weeks.
December 16th Try To See It My Way is released.
December 17th Billboard, in an article titled 'U.S. Artists Set for Bonn', reports that, "The U.S. club circuit in Germany next year will continue to attract a galaxy of talent from America. Twenty-two top artists have been signed for appearances for the firts seven months of 1967. The deals have been concluded in association with the Staub Agency and Palmonde. Delia Reese, Peggy March and the Supremes are set for January. The Collins Kids, the Platters and the Geesenshaw Brothers come over in February, followed by Joni James, Billy Daniels and Frankie Avalon in March..."
The LP Lass Mir Meine Traume is released by RCA Victor (LSP 10068)