Peggy Lee

Born: 
05/26/1920
City: 
Jamestown
Region: 
North Dakota
Country: 
USA
Died: 
01/21/2002
Years Active: 
1941-2000
Instruments: 
Vocals

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She is most famous for her cover version of the Little Willie John hit "Fever" written by Eddie Cooley and John Davenport, to which she added her own, uncopyrighted lyrics ("Romeo loved Juliet," "Captain Smith and Pocahontas") and her rendition of Leiber and Stoller's "Is That All There Is?".

Concerts

Event Datesort descending Venue City Region Country
Peggy Lee 07/09/1967 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 07/10/1967 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 07/11/1967 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 07/12/1967 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 07/13/1967 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 07/14/1967 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 07/15/1967 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 08/16/1968 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 08/17/1968 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 08/18/1968 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 08/19/1968 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 08/20/1968 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 08/21/1968 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 08/22/1968 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 08/23/1968 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 08/24/1968 The Roostertail Detroit Michigan USA
Count Basie & Peggy Lee 04/25/1978 Music Hall Detroit Michigan USA
Count Basie & Peggy Lee 04/26/1978 Music Hall Detroit Michigan USA
Count Basie & Peggy Lee 04/27/1978 Music Hall Detroit Michigan USA
Count Basie & Peggy Lee 04/28/1978 Music Hall Detroit Michigan USA
Count Basie & Peggy Lee 04/29/1978 Music Hall Detroit Michigan USA
Count Basie & Peggy Lee 04/30/1978 Music Hall Detroit Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 09/07/1979 db's Dearborn Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 09/08/1979 db's Dearborn Michigan USA
Peggy Lee 09/09/1979 db's Dearborn Michigan USA

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