- — Steve Silberman (@stevesilberman)Tue, Jan 28 2014 06:05:46I deleted it minutes ago anyway but I am officially retracting that Seeger tweet until an independent source confirms.
- — Susan Krauss (@susankrlib)Tue, Jan 28 2014 06:45:44My mom said my love of folk music started because she watched Pete Seeger on PBS every day when she was pregnant with me. My hero is gone.
- — Brian Cronin (@BrianCronin)Tue, Jan 28 2014 06:47:46Pete Seeger has crossed the rainbow bridge. I hope to reflect on my life to see it lived with as much connectedness, meaning and integrity.
- — Alex Halpern (@HalpernAlex)Tue, Jan 28 2014 06:51:09Pete Seeger fought for union rights and stood up to McCarthy. There were few Americans greater than he. Goodnight, Irene.
Remembering #PeteSeeger 1919-2014
Many mourned the folk-music icon who died Monday at age 94 after decades of rabble-rousing, writing and performing songs, and raising his voice while raising people's spirits
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