Stone, a musician, producer, music publisher and media personality, had decided he wanted to work with Peters after hearing a tape of her songs. He outlined his plans and the pair set up a second meeting to discuss details. But when Peters phoned Stone on the eve of that meeting, he said he was too busy to see her. Disappointed, Peters returned to Auckland.
Ginny Peters was inducted into the New Zealand Country Music Hall of Fame in Manaia on 13 January 2008.
Strangely enough, Ginny Peters never appeared on any of the NZ country music TV shows of the 60s through to the 80s, but she did appear on Happen Inn in 1972 and a couple of Wellington shows including Town and Around.
Three artists have recorded complete albums of Ginny Peters songs: Reg McTaggart, Shavonne, and French-Canadian duo Jacky and Manon.
In 2009 Ginny Peters was awarded the New Christian Music Radio Mike Award by the UK Christian Music Alliance.
New Zealand singer Noel Parlane is one of over 150 artists who have recorded Ginny Peters’ songs. He included ‘Learn as You Go Kind of Life’ on his final album, Everybody’s Here.