Peggy March 1970

January18th Appears in a show in Essen

January 19th Peggy appears in the listings magazine Bravo

January 24th On the cover of Tele Star

January 30th Tschau amore goodbye and Vor dem Buckingham Palast (below) are recorded in Berlin.

February Peggy is on the cover of the youth magazine* Stafette*

Peggy appears on the TV show Hits A GoGo and sings With A Little Help From My Friends

February 3rd Peggy appears on TV and sings Happy-End im Hofbrauhaus

February Peggy is a guest on HR's Hessische Fastnacht show.

February Peggy was a star guest at the Madame Ball in Munich. Photo below with the editor-in-chief of the magazine and the organiser of the Madame Ball. Second picture is of Peggy performing at the Ball.

March 4th Das Lied des Regens and Didn’t We are recorded in Berlin.

March 5th Falling In Love With Love and What The World Needs Now Is Love are recorded in Berlin.

March 6th Rose Garden and Adio, Adio are recorded in Berlin.

March 16th Uns’re kleine Welt, Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay and Es war an einem Sonntag are recorded in Berlin.

March 17th I Know A Place, Liebe und lerne doch niemals aus and Wenn du von mir gehst are recorded in Berlin.

March 20th Peggy is on the cover of the Listings magazine Horen und Sehen

March 21st Peggy appears on the ZDF Hitparade and sings Vor dem Buckingham Palast

Peggy singing Wenn du von mir gehst

March 28th Walter Mallin reporting from Berlin for Billboard in the 'Music Capitals of the World' section writes ... "Peggy March, who has just completed an album, will tour Germany in October" ...

March 30th Appears on Musik geht um die Welt with host Helmut Zacharias

April Peggy appears in Praline magazine

April 22nd Appears on the TV Music show Die Drehscheibe

April 30th Peggy appears on Starparade

May 23rd Peggy is a guest on the German TV Musik-Show

May 25th Peggy gives fashion tips in Bravo Nr 22

Peggy March, Michelangelo, Caterina Valente, Peter Maffay, Hildegard Knef, Tanya Berg, France Gall, Manuel, Martin Boettcher, Kirsti and Ronny. For every record sold, the company will donate 3DM to the Olympic Games committee."

June 8th Peggy appears in a feature on Stars und ihre Autos in Bravo magazine. Peggy reports that she didn't have the Alfa Romeo 1750 GT very long because they could't fit their luggage in the boot!

June 10th Die entdeckung ees jahrhunderts, Keiner zeigt mir den Weg, Das Ist Zauberei, Wie ein Septembertag, Wie ein Tiger, Was wird Morgen, Penny Song, Walzer Der Einsamkeit, Ich Den Zurück An Die Zeit, Gib Mir Deine Hand and Mein Baum are recorded in Berlin.

June 11th Die Maschen Der Männer, Puppe Mit Dem Gold’ner Haar, In So Many Ways, are recorded in Berlin.

June 20th Billboard reports in an item titled "German TV in Pop Spree Hamburg" (that) "In the first quarter of 1970, there were 329 performances by groups or artists on the two West German television channels. In that period 18 acts appeared more than once and the biggest number of appearances - six - were made by Graham Bonney. Appearing more than three times were, in addition to Bonney, Chris Andrews, Roberto Blanco, Dorthe, Jo Dassin, France Gall, Rex Gildo, Nina Lizell, Lisbeth List, Manuela, Mireille Mathieu, Peggy March, Medium Terzett, Petra Pascal, Chris Roberts, Tonia and Vittorio."

June 27th Appears in the TV comedy Spaß durch 2

July Peggy with other Stars in Blattpost Nr.7

July 25th Walter Mallin reporting from Berlin for Billboard in the 'Music Capitals of the World' section writes ... "the all- star 10-mark album "Gala Show der Stars", to aid the Munich Olympic Games, and featuring Caterina Valente, Hildegard Knef, Peggy March and Manuela has sold more than 300,000 copies."

August Peggy singing Die Maschen Der Männer (follows Chris Roberts). This is from the NDR TV show Die aktuelle Schaubude from Husum.

August 27th Represents Germany at the 10th Sopot Song contest and sings 1969 (Weil Es So Schön War) She places 10th.

August 30th Appears on the cover of the RTV weekly television guide with husband Arnie.

September 12th Die Maschen der Männer reaches No 29 on the German Charts and is in the charts for a total of 3 weeks.

October 17th Article by Horst Kurzbach in Hör Zu with the title Peggy Langbein schwört auf Mini.

October 17th Peggy appears on the cover of the TV listings magazines Gong and Bild und Funk

October 21st Peggy stars in the 40 minute TV special Peggy in Berlin broadcast on the ARD Network.

November 2nd/3rd Carmen aus Sevilla, Ich schau In deine Augen, Doktor mein Herz macht na-na-na and Einmal verliebt - immer verliebt are recorded in Berlin.

A live TV appearance from Berlin with Peggy singing Einmal verliebt - immer verliebt . This must have been transmitted shortly after Peggy recorded this number.

I think his video of Peggy singing Doktor is from Autumn 1970

The LP Mein Lied Fur Peggy is released by Decca -SLK 16 654-P

November 7th Photo taken of Peggy and Arnie (below)

November 16th Bravo Magazine has a feature on Peggy's house in Munich.

December Bravo photo of Peggy with other Radio Luxemburg stars

The LP Meine Welt is released

Peggy’s song Wie Ein Tiger appears on the compilation LP Musik Liegt In Der Luft Telefunken - TST 76 759.

November 28th Peggy at the football match between Borussia and Essen. Shaking the hand of the Essen Goalkeeper Torwart Fred-Werner Bockholt

Peggy’ recording of Die Maschen der Männer appears on the compilation LP Die Grosse Star & Schlager Parade 3.

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