Peggy was born and raised in Central Louisiana. She first entered the Nashville scene as a songwriter. She was names SESAC Writer of the Year after her composition of "Out of My Head" and "Back In My Bed," recorded by Loretta Lynn, reached #1 in the nation. This also earned her a Billboard Magazine Star Award along with the SESAC's writer's award for Single of the Year.
Peggy's entertainment careen began under the direction of the late superstar Conway Twitty. Her first MCA release, "The Danger Zone" hit the national chart records on MCA and Dimension Records and the release of an album, "Presenting Peggy Forman." Many prominent artists such as Bill Anderson, Jean Shepard and George Strait have recorded her songs.
GoldRhyme was glad to sign with Peggy for her album Honkey Tonkin' Housewife.