Pete Seeger photographed by Annie Leibovitz. "This machine surrounds hate and forces it to surrender." (Seeger's banjo is the counterpoint to Woody Guthrie's guitar that was marked: This machine kills fascists. rw)

Pete Seeger on Combinatorial Creativity, Originality, Equality, and the Art of Dot-Connecting

"This machine surrounds hate - and forces it to surrender,Pete Seeger,R.

Pete Seeger--uncrowned king of the world! - Inducted in 1996 as "Early Influence"

Pete Seeger :: His music helped shape who I am today. Rest in peace, Pete Seeger.

"If there's something wrong, speak up!" Pete Seeger. RIP Pete, Jan. 29, 2014

Occupy Wall Street, part II

"If there's something wrong, speak up!" Pete Seeger rip, pete, grew up on him and folk music.

Pete Seeger (born May 3, 1919) is an American folk singer, political activist and author, and a key figure in the mid-20th century American folk music revival.

Pete Seeger, Folk Legend, Dead at 94 /// Seminal figure in American music influenced generations of musicians from Bob Dylan to Bruce Springsteen

A father of folk music, Pete Seeger.

"I've Been Working On the Railroad" - Pete Seeger. "Audrey marches into the room singing 'I’ve Been Working on the Railroad' at the top of her lungs as she swings her doll, Ginny, by the hair.

Pete Seeger, an American folk music icon has died at age 94.  Thank you, Pete!!

Pete Seeger -- Forever Young At 92 -- Salutes Bob Dylan 50th Anniversary

Pete Seeger, an American folk music icon has died at age He truly was an American fold icon. He wrote some great songs like Where Have All the Flowers Gone, If I Had A Hammer and Turn Turn Turn.

I saw this photo of Pete Seeger's banjo at the San Diego MOPA and I've never forgotten it. The text reads "This machine surrounds hate and forces it to surrender".

Photo: Pete Seeger’s homemade banjo with inscription, “This machine surrounds hate and forces it to surrender." Pete Seeger is one of the most important figures in the history of American folk music.

"Song, songs kept them going and going, They didn't realize the millions of seeds they were sowing. They were singing in marches, even singing in jail. Songs gave them the courage to believe they would not fail." Pete Seeger, Singer, Songwriter, Activist

Pete Seeger, one of the earliest folk singers of my day, dropped out of Harvard to pursue a career in music and political activism. After traveling around the country, he joined forces with Woody Guthrie and together they sang as the Almanac Singers.

Pete Seeger Covers "Forever Young" I also like this verison  I want to stay as young as he did even in his old age.

Pete Seeger sings Bob Dylan’s ‘Forever Young’

From "Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan Honoring 50 Years of Amnesty International Pete Seeger - "Forever Young"

Pete Seeger at the Village Gate with Memphis Slim & Willie Dixon [CD]

Pete Seeger at the Village Gate with Memphis Slim & Willie Dixon [CD]

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