Pete Seeger

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n 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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Usage


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Before we get a new album from Bruce Springsteen adn The E Street Band (hopefully this fall), we'll be getting new Springsteen recordings on two different albums from Appleseed Recordings, both with Pete Seeger .
(HOST) A new CD by Bruce Springsteen has transported commentator Howard Coffin back to a time when he first heard Pete Seeger sing.
Smithsonian Folkways Recordings To Release Pete Seeger 's 'American Favorite Ballads, Vol 4' Published May 9, 2006.
Smithsonian Folkways Recordings will release Pete Seeger 's 'American Favorite Ballads, Vol 4' on May 23.
Folk musician Pete Seeger performing at the Bread and Roses III benefit concert in 1979.
Provided photo Charlie King carries the same activist principals of his friend, Pete Seeger.
"Pete Seeger headlined it," notes Jesse Manning, a 20-year-old Brandeis senior.
Jackson Browne , Common, Pete Seeger and More Rally to Free Leonard Peltier.
Jackson Browne, Common , Pete Seeger and More Rally to Free Leonard Peltier.
A doubleheader tribute to Pete Seeger and Steve Goodman set for the Admiral on Oct 14.
Folkways, 1952 This influential compilation inspired folkies like Pete Seeger and the early Bob Dylan, and it rekindled interest in the blues.
Jackson Browne, Common, Pete Seeger and More Rally to Free Leonard Peltier.
Jackson Browne, Common, Pete Seeger and More Rally to Free Leonard Peltier.
Pete Seeger, Billy Bragg, Will Kaufman Honor the "Dust Bowl Troubadour".
A slim new biography celebrates the life of icon and activist Pete Seeger.
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