(early 1990s) TV commercial
: Diet Pepsi
(1988-89) TV commercial
s (voiceovers, w/The Temptations
): California Raisins
(????) Music video: Appeared in Quincy Jones
video "I'll Be Good To You"
(2001) TV commercial
: Washington (DC) lottery
(2003) TV commercial
: Georgia state lottery
(1976) Print ads: Craig Powerplay Car Stereo systems.
(1985-86) Print ads: Pioneer's LaserDisc video system
(early 1990s) TV commercial
(Japan only): Honda autos
(2002) Radio commercial: for milk ad campaign, singing and piano playing
(1962) Album: "Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music" (Atlantic).
(????) Album: "Genius+Soul=Jazz" (Impulse! Records)
(1983) Stage: Vocal arranger for "Peg" on Broadway
. A Musical Autobiography. Book / new lyrics by Peggy Lee
. New music by Paul Horner. Musical Director: Larry Fallon
. Music orchestrated by Artie Butler, Larry Fallon [final Broadway
credit], Dominic Frontiere
, Bill Holman, Gordon Jenkins
, Philip J. Lang
, Johnny Mandel
, Billy May, Leon Pendarvis, Don Sebesky, Larry Wilcox and Torrie Zito
. Featuring "Fever" by Johnny Davenport
and Eddie Cooley
. Featuring "Goody, Goody" by Johnny Mercer
and Matty Malneck
. Featuring "Why Don't You Do Right?" by Joe McCoy. Featuring "I Don't Know Enough About You" and "It's A Good Day" by Dave Barbour. Featuring "Stay Away From Louisville Lou" by Jack Yellen
and Milton Ager
. Featuring "Lover" by Richard Rodgers
and Lorenz Hart
. Featuring "Big Spender" by Dorothy Fields
and Cy Coleman
. Featuring "Is That All There Is?" by Jerry Leiber
and Mike Stoller
. Scenic Design by Tom H. John. Costume Design by Florence Klotz. Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton. Sound Design by Jan Nebozenko. Sound Consultant: Phil Ramone
. Directed by Robert Drivas
. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre: 14 Dec 1983-17 Dec 1983 (5 performances + 13 previews that began on 1 Dec 1983). Cast: Peggy Lee (as "Herself"; Broadway debut
), Mary Sue Berry (as "Soprano I" / "Back-up Singer"), Steve Clayton (as "Tenor" / "Back-up Singer"), Doris Eugenio
(as "Soprano II" / "Back-up Singer"), Rose Marie Jun
(as "Alto" / "Back-up Singer"), Brian Quinn (as "Tenor" / "Back-up Singer"), David Vogel (as "Baritone" / "Back-up Singer"). Swings: D. Michael Heath, Ellen McLain. Produced by Zev Bufman
, Marge Cowan
, Irv Cowan
and Georgia Frontiere
Finian's Rainbow (1947). Musical comedy.
(1960) Single: "See See Rider" / "I Used To Be So Happy" (Baronet Records).
(????) CD: "The Birth of Soul" (Atlantic).
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