January 18th Appears in the Caterina Valente TV show Bonsoir Kathrin! Below with Bibi Jones, Caterina Valente and Petula Clarke
January 25th Every Little Move You Make reaches No 84 in the US Charts.
January 30th -1st February Sings Passo Su Passo at the Sanremo Festival but doesn’t make the final.
February 1st Billboard lists The Impossible Happened at No.10. in Hong Kong
February 3rd Johnny, Mein Johnny is recorded.
February 8th Lady Music reaches No 12 on the German Charts and is there for a total of 16 weeks.
March 17th Leave Me Alone, Oh My What A Guy and Only You Could Do That To My Heart are recorded.
April 11th Billboard reports that Peggy was the 10th most played female artist in the U.S.
April 21st Leave Me Alone is released.
May 12th Peggy attends the NARAS Grammy Awards at the Waldorf-Astoria Grand Ballroom. Masters of Ceremonies were Skitch Hendwerson and William B. Williams.
June 8th Hallo Boy, Der Schuster machte schöne Schuhe, Spiel mir ein Lied auf der Gitarre, Du bist der Mann nach meinem Herzen are recorded in Berlin.
June 13th Wenn der Silbermond reaches No 15 on the German Charts and is there for a total of 16 weeks
August 1st J. Fukunishi reporting from Tokyo for Billboard in the 'Music Capitals of the World' section writes "...Little Peggy March will arrive Aug. 15 for a one-month concert tour..."
August 8th J. Fukunishi reporting from Tokyo for Billboard in the 'Music Capitals of the World' section writes ". . The same firm (Victor Concert Management) also signed Little Peggy March for one a month tour commencing Aug. 15." (This is the first trip to Japan by Peggy.) During this tour she performs at the Nichigeki Western Carnival.
August 14th Peggy appears as herself in the Film Holiday In St. Tropez and sings Lady Music.
August 18th Oh My What A Guy and Only You Could Do That To My Heart are released.
August 19th “Peggy joined the birthday celebration for Somegoro” - from left to right Ayumi Ishida, Mari Sono, Somegoro and Peggy.
August 26th - September 1st Peggy performs at the Nichigeki Western Carnival. Peggy recalls "The Japanese fans used to hand you a streamer...paper ribbon...while you were on stage, and then go back, tethered, to their seats.....I had quite a FEW".
September 12th Billboard have a photo of Peggy. The caption reads "PEGGY MARCH, RCA Victor artist, receives a bouquet from Japanese singer Hiroshi Kubo, on her arrival in Tokyo for her first personal appearance of Japan. Whilst there, she'll cut her first Japanese-language record."
September 18th Appears as herself in the Film Die lustigen Weiber von Tirol and sings Der Schuster macht schöne Schuhe
October 3rd Hallo Boy/Der Schuster machte schöne Schuhe reaches No 17 on the German Charts and is there for a total of 8 weeks.
October 5th Can’t Stop Thinkin’ About Him and Watch What You Do With My Baby are recorded.
October 24th Billboard lists Oh My What A Guy at No. 10. in Hong Kong.
October 26/27th Es fällt ein Stern, Ich bin ein Cowgirl, Er schoss mir eine Rose, Dein Daddy war ein Casanova, Little John, Die schönen Stunden gehen schnell vorbei, Ein Boy wie du, and Goodbye, Goodbye, Goodbye are recorded in Berlin.
October 27th Can’t Stop Thinkin’ About Him and Watch What You Do With My Baby are released.
October 30th Ich hab’ ein Herz zu vershenken is recorded in Berlin.
November 1st Photo reputed to be taken on this day.
November 14th Appears on Episode 7 of Season 7 of Thank Your Lucky Stars. This episode was hosted by Brian Matthew with help from Janice Nicholls. Also on this show were Martha and the Vandellas, The Beach Boys, Adam Faith, The Fourmost, Van Morrison and Eden Kane
November 28th Billboard (under Munchen) reports that Peggy “arrived here to record her new German songs for the RCA Label”. The report also says that Peggy and Paul Anka will be appearing on the Werner Muller TV special. Under Cologne, Billboard reports that "Werner Mueller's "Schlagermagazine" — hit magazine TV program — will feature in December on German TV Rita Pavone and Paul Anka in a duet, Peggy March, Didi, the ABC Boys, and four vocalists from Czechoslovakia..." Under London, Billboard reports that " Baumberger also supervised the promotional visit of Little Peggy March..."
December 12th Appears on the Werner Muller TV special
December Victor release the single with both tracks sung partly in Japanese and English SS-1489
Her first Italian album (produced by Ennio Morricone) is released. Te ne vai (the Italian version of "Hello Heartache) reaches number one in Italy.
Photo of Peggy with Rita Pavone on the cover notes.