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Pretty Perky Peggy King
 
 Peggy and the philadelphia music scene
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1975 - Peggy was very active on the Philadelphia music scene along with her husband Sam Rudofker well before making her own debut officially launching a second singing career in 1983.  Here Peggy and Sam are shown attending a music festival at Temple University.
1976 - In September, Peggy renewed friendship with her long-time accompanist Eddy Samuels at the Rudofkers' Gladwyne, Pennsylvania home. 
1976 - In October, Peggy's mother Mary King  joins Peggy's accompanist Eddy Samuels, Peggy and Sam for a party at the Rudofkers' home in Gladwyne.
1980 - Peggy chats with Riccardo Muti, then newly named conductor of the renowned Philadelphia Orchestra, while Signora Muti looks on approvingly.  The Rudofkers were also good friends with the orchestra's long-time conductor emeritus Eugene Ormandy and his family. 
1982 - Peggy takes a moment to pose with Tim McCarver, recently retired from the Philadelphia Phillies, and Bob Capana at a gala held at the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia.
1983 - In January, Peggy appeared as guest, along with Mercer Ellington and the Duke Ellington Orchestra, at a Philly Pops concert under the direction of Peter Nero.
1983 - After devoting two decades to raising her family, Peggy officially launched her second career performing before the public with an engagement at Michael's Pub in New York City.  In anticipation of stepping on stage once again, Peggy posed for a series of publicity pictures which prove that the singer, now fifty-three, still retained the beauty and glamour so obviously a part of her earlier career during the 1950's.
1983 - Peggy officially launched her second career performing for the public with this engagement starting April 19th at Michael's Pub in New York City.
1983 - Peggy holds a book of Jerome Kern scores as she prepares for a program dedicated to her favorite song writer.  
1990 - Peggy appeared with the renowned Philadelphia Boys Choir.
1990 - Peggy with the president of the Settlement Music School, Saul Schoenbach, who is seated at the piano, prior to a benefit concert given by Peggy.
1992 - Peggy joined others in Philadelphia in a concert in tribute to famed tenor Luciano Pavarotti.
1993 - On April 9th, Peggy sang for the patients at Saunders House, a long-term care facility serving the Philadelphia metropolitan area.
1996 - Peggy ventured from her home in Philadelphia to New York's Hudson Valley for this recital held at West Point.
 
 
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