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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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.
Pete Seeger, who died on January 27, 2014, was no exception.
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.
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.
Dafydd Iwan's earliest material was Welsh translations of tunes by American folk/protest singers: Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, and Bob Dylan, his best known being Mae'n wlad i mi (This Land is My Land).
Mr Kelly, whose full name was Stan Kelly-Bootle, collaborated with major names in music and comedy including Pete Seeger, Spike Milligan and Billy Connolly.
Pete Seeger (God bless him) seems to go on forever.
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.
Pete Seeger made it into the Welsh equivalent of Buddy Can you Spare a Dime?
3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Artists and performers will gather tonight at Freight And Savage in San Francisco to pay tribute to the life and songs of Pete Seeger who passed away last week.