Peggy Lauren Lohr has enjoyed an impressive vocal career including film, theater, television commercials, cruise lines, and Dallas and L.A.'s hottest clubs. Peggy has worked with noted lyricists and composers including Marilyn and Alan Bergman, Dave Grusin, Johnny Mandel, John Barry, Michel LeGrand and Lalo Schiffrin. She has performed at the La Costa Weekend starring Barbara Walters and Howard Keel and with the great Les Brown and The Band of Renown. Peggy's vocal film credits include "American Flyer", "For the Boys", "Best Friends", and "Out of Africa".
Peggy is accompanied by her husband Bill Lohr, an accomplished pianist who has traveled the world as an accompanist for noted singers such as Al Jarreau, Carmen MacRae and most notably as the pianist for Lou Rawls for six years. Bill has performed at the London Palladium, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, as well as numerous television appearances, including The Tonight Show. In 1994, Bill moved to Branson, Missouri and became the conductor and pianist for Andy Williams at the Moon River Theater. In 1995, Bill became pianist for the Lawrence Welk Orchestra.
Peggy and Bill have both performed at prestigious parties and charity events including the appearances at the Academy Awards® Governors' Ball, the Directors' Guild Awards Presentation and in Branson, Missouri with the Lawrence Welk Orchestra starring the Lennon Sisters.