That Was Then - This Is Now!
It is not my intention to pass judgement,
series and regard all of these
performances as great.
and the attitude of female
singers then...and now!
It's a different world, my friend.
up to the present with Butcher Babies,
tied with In This Moment as my favorite
and Carla Harvey, lead singers of the
L.A. metalcore act, are everything
modern metal maidens should be -
young and restless... bold and
beautiful... brash and sassy
and right in your face!
RCA Victor producing team of Hugo & Luigi.
The Brill Building waxmen changed Margaret's
name to Little Peggy March because she stood
less than 5 feet tall, the first song she recorded
for them was "Little Me" and her birthday was
in March. In 1963, when Peggy March was
only 15, she became the youngest female
artist to score a #1 hit on the Hot 100,
a record that still stands. Here's Peggy
on Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall
singing "I Will Follow Him."
released (or unleashed) "Serendipity."
Are you ready to get infected?
of interracial teenage romance. Due to
its controversial subject matter, the
record was banned by some radio
stations across the country but
Janis Ian (June 1967, highest chart pos. #14,