Pete Seeger dead at 94

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Pete Seeger, the iconic banjo-strumming folk singer and activist who performed for migrant workers and presidents, died on Monday. He was 94.   Seeger, whose songwriting credits included “If I Had a Hammer,” “Turn, Turn, Turn,” and “Where Have All the Flowers Gone,” died of natural causes in a New York City hospital, his grandson Kitama Cahill-Jackson confirmed to NBC News early Tuesday.   “He thought everyone could be heroic,” Seeger’s grandson said.  “He got the world to sing. I think he was a role model to his family, to the whole world.”….MORE

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One Response to Pete Seeger dead at 94

  1. sarasinart says:

    What a talent he was. He wrote some of my favorite songs back in the day.

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