Pete Seeger, the legendary folk musician who helped spearhead the American folk revival, died Monday night in New York City at the age of 94 from natural causes. Across more than seven decades, he inspired scores of singer-songwriters, activists and…
Pete Seeger, the songwriter behind the anti-war ballad "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," co-writer of "If I had a Hammer," and constant contributor to the landscape of American folk music since the 1940s, died Monday at the age of…
Renowned songwriter Arlo Guthrie catches up with Art Beat to talk about his father, Woody.
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A look back at the life of Mary Travers, of the legendary folk trio Peter, Paul, and Mary, who died Wednesday at age 72.
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