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Peggy Scott & Jo Jo Benson
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Peggy Scott-Adams (born Peggy Stoutmeyer, June 25, 1948, Opp, Alabama) is an African-American soul and R&B singer. She is sometimes known by her former name as Peggy Scott, and billed as 'The Little Lady with the Big Voice'. Early life and career She grew up in the small town Opp, Alabama. Throughout her early career, Scott toured with Ben E. King as a teenager and hit the Top 40 three times with "Lover's Holiday" (July 1968), "Pickin' Wild Mountain Berries" (November 1968), and "Soulshake" (February 1969...