Peggy March Similar Artists

Caterina Valente - 79% match to Peggy March

Genres: Vocals Easy Listening Pop / Rock World Music
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs

14 January 1931, Paris, France. From an Italian circus family - her mother was a clown and her father an accordion virtuoso - Valente made her circus debut as a child. Her career as a multilingual vocalist began in 1953 when she joined the Kurt Edelhagen Band in Germany. Valente made her recording debut for Polydor Records the same year, enjoying international success with t Read more

Connie Francis - 56% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock Holiday & Seasonal Vocals Comedy Easy Listening Country & Bluegrass Musicals & The Arts Dance Soundtracks
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs DVDs Vinyl Blu-rays

Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero, 12 December 1938, Newark, New Jersey, USA. A popular singer of tearful ballads and jaunty up-tempo numbers, Francis was one of the most successful female artists of the 50s and 60s. She began playing the accordion at the age of four, and was singing and playing professionally when she was 11. After winning an Arthur Godfrey Talent Show, she ch Read more

Anita Bryant - 34% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock Vocals Holiday & Seasonal
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs Vinyl

25 March 1940, Barnsdale, Oklahoma, USA. Bryant has had a unique series of career changes: a beauty queen turned hitmaker, turned religious singer and spokesperson against gay liberation. Her first stage appearance was at the age of six and at nine she won her first talent show. She became known as ‘Oklahoma’s Red Feather Girl’, and local television and radio Read more

Jane Morgan - 32% match to Peggy March

Genres: Vocals Pop / Rock Easy Listening Jazz
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs

Jane Currier, 25 December 1920, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. A popular singer with a clear, strong voice and an ability to sing in several languages, Morgan was accepted in many parts of the world during the 50s and 60s. Raised in Florida, she trained as a lyric soprano at the Juilliard School of Music in New York, supplementing her income by singing in night-clubs. At one of Read more

Skeeter Davis - 26% match to Peggy March

Genres: Country & Bluegrass Pop / Rock Vocals Holiday & Seasonal
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs DVDs

Mary Frances Penick, 30 December 1931, Dry Ridge, Kentucky, USA, d. 19 September 2004, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Penick was raised on a farm and as a child knew that she wanted to be a country singer. She acquired the nickname of ‘Skeeter’ (a local term for a mosquito) from her grandfather because she was always active and buzzing around like the insect. In her mi Read more

Pat Boone - 22% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock Vocals Holiday & Seasonal Easy Listening Christian & Gospel Country & Bluegrass Music Videos & Concerts Sci-Fi / Fantasy Musicals & The Arts Vocals Spoken Word Television Documentaries Drama Christian & Gospel Comedy Holiday & Seasonal Movie Magazines
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs DVDs Vinyl Blu-rays

Charles Eugene Patrick Boone, 1 June 1934, Jacksonville, Florida, USA. Boone sold more records during the late 50s than any other artist except Elvis Presley. From 1955 to date, only six artists (Presley, the Beatles, James Brown, Elton John, Rolling Stones and Stevie Wonder) are ranked above him in terms of total singles sales and their relative chart positions. Boone had a Read more

The Shangri-Las - 15% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock R&B / Soul Vocals Comedy
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs Vinyl

Late entrants in the early 60s school of ‘girl groups’, the Shangri-Las comprised two pairs of sisters, Mary-Ann and Margie Ganser (d. 28 July 1996) and Betty and Mary Weiss. During 1963 they were discovered by Shadow Morton and recorded two singles under the name Bon Bons before signing to the newly formed Red Bird Records. Relaunched as the Shangri-Las, they secure Read more

Gogi Grant - 14% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock Vocals Drama
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs DVDs

Myrtle Audrey Arinsberg, 20 September 1924, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Pop vocalist Grant was apparently named after a New York restaurant called Gogi’s La Rue, which was frequented by Dave Kapp, head of A&R at RCA Records. She had previously recorded, without success, as Audrey Brown and Audrey Grant, but as Gogi Grant she hit the US Top 10 in 1955 with the b Read more

Jan & Dean - 14% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock Pop / Rock Music Videos & Concerts
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs Vinyl DVDs Blu-rays

US pop duo comprising Jan Berry (William Jan Berry, 3 April 1941, Los Angeles, California, USA, d. 26 March 2004, Los Angeles, California, USA) and Dean Torrence (b. 10 March 1940, Los Angeles, California, USA). Students at Emerson Junior High School, Berry and Torrence began singing together on an informal basis. They formed an embryonic group, the Barons, with Bruce Johnst Read more

Paul Anka - 13% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock Holiday & Seasonal Vocals Music Videos & Concerts R&B / Soul Television Pop / Rock Drama Easy Listening Vocals War
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs Vinyl DVDs Blu-rays

30 July 1941, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. A prolific songwriter and child prodigy, Anka was one of the major teen-idols of the 50s. He burst onto the scene in 1957 with the self-written ‘Diana’, an intense ballad describing the frustration and unrequited love of a young teenager for a slightly older female. With its distinctive rhythm pattern, the song was powerfully Read more

The Shirelles - 13% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock Holiday & Seasonal R&B / Soul Pop / Rock Music Videos & Concerts Jazz Easy Listening Doo Wop Vocals
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs Vinyl DVDs

Formed in Passaic, New Jersey, USA, the Shirelles are possibly the archetypal ‘girl-group’; Shirley Owens (10 June 1941, Passaic, New Jesey, USA), Beverly Lee (b. 3 August 1941), Doris Kenner (b. Doris Coley, 2 August 1941, North Carolina, USA, d. 5 February 2000, Sacramento, California, USA) and Addie ‘Micki’ Harris (b. 22 January 1940, d. 10 June 1982) Read more

Alma Cogan - 12% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock Easy Listening
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs

19 May 1932, London, England, d. 26 October 1966, London, England. After appearing in the stage shows Sauce Tartare and High Button Shoes, Cogan was spotted by A&R representative Wally Ridley and signed to HMV Records. Although she began her career as a balladeer, her breakthrough came with the novelty hit ‘Bell Bottom Blues’, which reached the Top 5 in the UK Read more

Neil Sedaka - 12% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock Vocals Vocals Documentaries Easy Listening Music & Radio Music Videos & Concerts
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs Blu-rays Books Vinyl

13 March 1939, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA. Pianist Sedaka began his songwriting career with lyricist Howard Greenfield in the early 50s. During this high school period, Sedaka dated Carol Klein (later known as Carole King). For a brief period, Sedaka joined the Tokens, then won a scholarship to New York’s Juilliard School of Music. In 1958, the pianist joine Read more

Bobby Vinton - 11% match to Peggy March

Genres: Holiday & Seasonal Pop / Rock Vocals Westerns Comedy R&B / Soul Television
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs Vinyl DVDs Blu-rays

Stanley Robert Vinton, 16 April 1935, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, USA. Born of Polish extraction, Vinton was one of the more enduring boy-next-door pop idols who sprang up in the early 60s. He began as a trumpeter before agreeing to front his high school band as featured vocalist. A tape of one such performance reached Epic Records, who signed him in 1960. Composed by Al Byron Read more

Little Eva - 11% match to Peggy March

Genres: Pop / Rock R&B / Soul Soundtracks Dance
View Artist: Overview Biography Songs Similar Artists CDs

Eva Narcissus Boyd, 29 June 1943, Bellhaven, North Carolina, USA, d. 10 April 2003, Kinston, North Carolina, USA. Discovered by songwriters Carole King and Gerry Goffin, Little Eva shot to fame in 1962 with the international hit single ‘The Loco-Motion’, a driving, dance-based song that was the first release on the Dimension Records label. Its ebullient, adolescent Read more

Artist matches Powered by AudioScrobbler
Filter Results