Peggy Scott-Adams (born June 25, 1948, Queens, New York) is a Soul and R&B African-American female singer. Although not well-known by the mainstream music world, she is known by knowledgeable blues fans, sometimes by the former name of Peggy Scott. Sometimes she is also known as "The Little Lady with the Big Voice". Early life and career
Peggy Scott-Adams grew up as a child from a very small typical town of Opp in Alabama. Throughout her early career, Peggy Scott toured with Ben E. King as a teenager and hit the Top 40 three times as a duet act with Jo Jo Benson back in the 1960s.