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Synonyms for Seeger

United States folk singer who was largely responsible for the interest in folk music in the 1960s (born in 1919)

United States poet killed in World War I (1888-1916)


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1916-1977), like Seeger, created some of his most celebrated works after the war.
Seeger will take over responsibility for Mercedes-Benz Cars Marketing & Sales from Ola Kallenius (47), who will then take over Board of Management responsibility for Group Research & Mercedes-Benz Cars Development.
Joe wanted to let his family know that if something did happen, there was a range of possibilities," Seeger told NBC News.
Newly married to musicologist Charles Seeger and now stepmother to a young Pete Seeger, Crawford Seeger was adjusting to the stark reality of raising a family during the Great Depression.
Seeger encouraged people to sing along with choruses in the folk club tradition, the approach being that she was performing with us, not for us.
The PS15 wristband allows the bearer entry to everything including the Peggy Seeger concert plus the first 15 purchasers also, thanks to NTW, get a chance to see Mother Courage at Merthyr Labour Club on Friday, May 8.
Songs of protest by Richie Havens, Buffy Saint-Marie, Tom Paxton, and Pete Seeger are also shown.
Having said that, Seeger was not a professional historian, and his particular philosophy of history would not be endorsed by professional historians.
Seeger was first appointed to Umpqua Bank's board in July 2012.
26 June 2014 -- New York-based American Express Co (NYSE: AXP) said it has appointed Laureen E Seeger as executive vice president and general counsel.
Seeger, 52, most recently served as executive vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer at the McKesson Corporation, one of the largest healthcare services companies in North America.
Music luminaries honored Pete Seeger on the shore of the Hudson River at Saturday's Clearwater Festival, the first of the annual music and environmental program he started to be held after his death.
Seeger provides a compilation and critique of crisis communication theory.
Over three quarters of a century, Pete Seeger has built a towering career in the American folk music scene, both through his singing and through the social causes he championed.
Pete Seeger (God bless him) seems to go on forever.