Pete Seeger

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Noun1.Pete Seeger - United States folk singer who was largely responsible for the interest in folk music in the 1960s (born in 1919)
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Legendary musician, songwriter and TV host Pete Seeger was one of the esteemed social activists of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Included are a fully remastered edition of "Pete" (Seeger's first album to win a Grammy award), a new "Pete Seeger at the Living Music Festival DVD" showcasing three historic videos of Pete Seeger in live performance, and two booklets with excerpts of books and articles authored by Pete Segger himself, as well as David Dunaway's 1990 biography of Pete.
Mickey Vandow grew up in New York City where Charity Bailey and Pete Seeger introduced him to folk music.
His second album includes a version of Les Rice's Banks Of Marble, written in the 1940s and covered by Pete Seeger and Leo Kottke (with Los Lobos) and the sentiments are as true today as when it was composed.
Woody's son Arlo and Pete Seeger speak about the significance of Woody's music and how it influenced so many other musicians including Bob Dylan.
Pete Seeger, who died on January 27, 2014, was no exception.
A Pete Seeger Songfest,'' with Jim Scott, guitarist and singer, 8 p.
Pete Seeger wrote or co-wrote "If I Had a Hammer," "Turn, Turn, Turn," and "Where Have All the Flowers Gone.
Over three quarters of a century, Pete Seeger has built a towering career in the American folk music scene, both through his singing and through the social causes he championed.
Nada es casual y apenas unas semanas atras, en la luminosa oscuridad de un cine, viendo la formidable Inside Llewyn Davis de los hermanos Ethan y Joel Coen, me pregunte que seria de la vida de Pete Seeger.
Pete Seeger died January 27, 2014, at the age of ninety-four.
I thought of Malvina a couple weeks ago, when much was said of the passing of the great Pete Seeger, who sang from a similar hymn sheet, musically and politically.