Getting ready for my first release!

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So on November 30, 2016, I flew back to Nashville to re-record the vocal to my first single. Titled has been changed and instrumental tracks brought out a bit more. I am feeling pretty good about this first project. Of course there is always things to change…and learn.

Learn more about how you can hear “Tears on My Pillow” on my Song Page with this blog site.

Grandmother of 7 Releases First Country Single

It is said, that with age comes wisdom. I say, that with age, we are more determined to seek wisdom and learn about the journey we are supposed to be on.  Music has always been an important part of my life. My career was based on it. Singing and performing has always been my way of finding comfort and expression. Of course, life’s responsibilities took precedent over the years but now with my children grown and…

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The Life of an Actress

“The Life of an Actress” was awesome. Her vocal range was amazing! Peggy captivated her audience and took us on a roller coaster ride of all the ups and downs in the life of an actress. – Robert Attanasia

Peggy Valenti’s show was a joyful way to spend an afternoon! Her beautiful voice and choice of songs was perfect! – Jeannie Zyla

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“Bring Him Home”
“Life Story”
They Don’t Let You Sing Opera, if Your a Country Star!

As I reflect on my life as an actress, singer, teacher, wife, mom, and now… a retiree. Music has been a huge part of my life from as long as I can remember! I knew at the age of 7 (my earliest recollection) that I wanted to be a singer, a teacher, a wife and…a mom. No one ever told me that I couldn’t “have it all,” however, doing so certainly has had its challenges!

Now retired, and age 64, I can focus on my passion…performing and “giving back.”

I would like to share my journey with you! My journey is no different from yours. We explore things in our youth, we grow up(perhaps) in mid-life. We lose jobs, only to realize a new path. We meet strangers, only to realize they bring to us a new purpose. We divorce, only to learn that being alone is often a gift unto itself. We learn, we grow, we keep moving on. During our darkest times, when nothing seems to make sense at all, a new pathway will emerge if we simply embrace it. I have always said that I pray when I sing. My prayer is this, “Thank you for the music, for giving it to me!”