Singing legend Miss Peggy Lee, 81, passed away at her Bel Air home on Monday, January 21, 2002. Peggy Lee is best known as singer of "Fever" and "Is That All There Is?", but she was also an accomplished actress and composer. She achieved some remarkable achievements, over 650 songs recorded, and 60 or more albums, many of them gold discs, entertained audiences worldwide and to helped causes with which she sympathized. Her citations included the New York Film Critic's Award, an Oscar nomination, a Grammy for Is That All There Is?, and tributes for her support and contributions from the Cancer Society, the Heart Fund, the National Brotherhood of Christians and Jews, and many others. Elvis recorded one of her greatest hits, "Fever".
Source: Email / Updated: Jan 21, 2002