Community Sing-a-Longs and Radio Specials in Celebration of the Life, Spirit and Music of Pete Seeger
Come as you are! Bring a song or a story, a snack or non-alcoholic beverage to share if you wish.
Acoustic musical instruments are welcome, too! This will be a participatory evening, as what could be a more appropriate way to remember and honor Pete?
We'll start at 7 to be more accessible to families with young children. Song sheets will be available. Spread the word! Bring your friends! Bring your family! There is no charge for admission.
Added 1/31 11am.
The Ashokan Center
477 Beaverkill Road, Olivebridge, New York 12461
The festival ends with a tribute to Pete.
I would not be the least surprised if The Mammals came out of hibernation.
w/ Mike and Ruthy
The Paul Green Rock Academy
The Sweetback Sisters
Jay Ungar and Molly Mason
Heather Masse w/ Roswell Rudd and Rol Strum
Elizabeth Mitchell & Friends
Family Square Dance w/ Kristin Andreassen
Square Dance w/ Red Dog Run
Square Dance w/ Molecricket
+ Fiber Flame art activities, local food + beer, massage balcony, environmental fair, blacksmithing demos, kids zone + more
Added 1/31 11am.
Friday, February 14 at 7:00pm
FREE, but donations for the musicians are greatly appreciated
Bring your own beer, wine, food, chocolate, flowers, etc.
Sandywoods Center for the Arts
43 Muse Way, Tiverton, RI
SALLY ROGERS & HOWIE BURSEN
(Aubrey Atwater and Elwood Donnelly)
JOYCE KATZBERG & JIMMY WARREN
Pete Seeger, singer, songwriter, banjo player, and folk icon, passed away on January 27, 2014 at the age of 94. He spearheaded an American folk revival and spent a long career championing folk music as both a vital heritage and a catalyst for social change.
Please join us on February 14th as Bill, Sally, Howie, Aubrey, Elwood, Art, John, Joyce, and Jimmy honor and pay tribute to Pete Seeger.
"A good song reminds us what we're fighting for."
Added 1/31 11am.
Pete Seeger Memorial Sing-Along
Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014, 3:00 pm
Sponsored by First Parish Church of Stow & Acton
353 Great Road, Stow, MA
Come join us for a few afternoon hours of singing some of Pete Seeger's beloved songs. In the spirit of the tradition he championed lyrics will be provided so everyone can sing along Bring copies of 'Rise Up Singing' if you have them.
Everyone welcome! Bring kids, parents, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, neighbors - and, please, guitars, banjos, mandolins, autoharps if you play!
Family Sing-a-long of Pete Seeger Chidren's Songs and Stories
Saturday, February 15, 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
A free family sing-a-long of Pete Seeger's children's songs and stories with singers Rose Sheehan and John Hicks.
Sorry, no contact info, just a Facebook link.
Singalong Celebrating Pete's Life and Vision
Sunday, February 16, 7pm
First Congregational Church165 Main Street, Amherst MA
"We are planning a similar singalong celebrating Pete's life and vision on Sunday, Feb. 16th, 7pm, at the First Congregational Church165 Main Street in Amherst. Musicians / songleaders will include Charlie King, Sarah Pirtle, Annie Patterson, Peter Blood, Jay Mankita, Paul Kaplan, and others. Bring copies of Rise Up Singing if you have one. Free admissoin: we will be singing together and telling stories to honor & celebrate Pete.
For more information contact: Alan Sax firstname.lastname@example.org or Annie Patterson email@example.com."
Pete Seeger, the inspiration for the Rise Up Singing book
Friday, February 21, 7:30pm
UU Church of Wakefield, 326 Main Street, Wakefield
From Maddie Sifantus "We will be focusing on Pete Seeger, the inspiration for the Rise Up Singing book, at our next session which is Friday, February 21 at 7:30 PM at the UU Church of Wakefield, 326 Main Street, Wakefield center. One of our attendees is a banjo player, Ed Britt, who knew Seeger from NY. It will be awesome to have him there! the more the merrier."
Saturday, February 22
Falcon, Marlboro, NY
(A tribute to Pete Seeger)..."whose timeless tunes include, “If I Had a Hammer.” Happy Traum, Jay Ungar and Molly Mason, David Bernz and Jacob Bernz, and Bethany Yarrow and Rufus Cappadocia are among those scheduled to perform. Bethany Yarrow is the daughter of Peter Yarrow, of Peter, Paul and Mary fame. Those attending are asked to bring food for a potluck dinner.
Admission is free. Call 845-236-7970 or visitwww.liveatthefalcon.com for information."
Remembering Pete Seeger with songs and stories
Folk Song Society of Greater Boston
Saturday, March 15, 2014, 2:00pmFirst Parish of Watertown35 Church St., Watertown, Massachusetts 02472"Join us – this event is free of charge and open to the public. Voices, instruments, songbooks and children are all welcome! Snacks for the break are always welcome! This venue is handicapped accessible."
Pete Seeger Celebration Sing-Along
Peoples' Voice Cafe, New York City
Saturday, April 12
There will be a Pete Seeger Celebration Sing-Along at the Peoples' Voice Cafe in New York City on Saturday, April 12, 2014. Peoples' Voice Cafe is located in Community Church of New York at 40 East 35th Street between Park and Madison Avenues in Midtown Manhattan. Doors open 7:30 PM. Show time 8:00 PM.
Saturday, February 1, 8am
My Back Pages
Community radio WMVY, Martha's Vineyard
"...on My Back Pages we will celebrate the wonderful Pete Seeger who left us on the 27th. I've been reading and hearing comparisons to Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan for a few days now, and while they may be valid in some ways I don't think anyone could touch the influence that Pete has had on generations of people through his music and his actions. Plus, he was always accessible and friendly in his associations with his fellow man (woman and child!). He truly was a giant of a man in so many ways. We will start the show with Pete and the final hour tomorrow will be all Pete, including various duets and cover songs.
Please join us at 8am right here @mvyradio and thanks for listening!"
Sunday, February 2, 3pm
WFDU-FM celebrates the life and music of PETE SEEGER
Ron Olesko, Bill Hahn and special guest host Rick Nestler pay tribute to Pete Seeger on WFDU-FM from 3 to 6pm. Listen in at 89.1FM in the NYC area or streaming at www.wfdu.fm . The program will feature tributes from a number of Seeger's friends including Tom Chapin, Sonny Ochs , Gene Shay, Joe Jencks, Rik Palieri, Paul Kaplan,Maryellen Healy, Jon Stein, Thom Wolke, Vincent Cerniglia, Angela Page, Mick Lane ,Mark D. Moss , Fred Gillen Jr. and many others.
Monday, February 3, 9:30am
The Old Songs' Home
Bob Weiser, producer and host
Community radio WOMR, Provincetown
Streaming at http://www.womr.org/
"We'll hear a bunch of Pete Seeger songs on Monday, in part thanks to the generosity of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings." http://www.folkways.si.edu/PeteSeeger
Updated 2/2: "we'll honor Pete Seeger with the help of several people who knew him. Sharing their stories will be Allyson Bizer Knox of Bourne (worked on the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater before moving to Cape Cod), physicist and musician Steve Kaplan (one of my oldest friends going back more than 50 years), and Seeger photographers John Economos and Maxine Smith (see below). Your music requests are welcome! log on or tune in to WOMR starting at 930 am. www.econosmith.com"
Tuesday, February 4, noon
Lost & Found
WMBR, 88.1fm, streaming at wmbr.org
Produced/hosted by Eli Polonsky
Tufts University music professors, ethnomusicologist Rabbi Jeffrey Summit, music technology expert Paul Lehrman, and their group including Tufts music faculty members Ben Krakauer, Beth Bahia Cohen and guests, are scheduled for a return engagement with host Eli Polonsky live in the studio from approximately 12 Noon to 12:30 PM EST to perform socially-conscious "topical" folk and acoustic music of the 1960s and '70s originally by artists including Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, Pete and Peggy Seeger, John Prine, Nina Simone, Tom Lehrer, Tom Paxton, and other important songwriters of the day, and discuss how their music reflected and affected the great changes that were taking place in society during that time, as well as parallels today.
This group will be presenting "More Songs You Should Know (And That Still Matter)", a concert and discussion of socially-conscious folk music of the 1960s and '70s, on Thursday, February 6 at Tufts University's Granoff Music Center, 20 Talbot Avenue in Medford at 8:00 PM. This years concert will include a special dedication to the music and legacy of Pete Seeger. The concert is free and open to the public. More information is available at http://as.tufts.edu/music/musiccenter/ or at 617-627-3679.
Thursday, February 6, 7pm
The Folk Revival
Nick Nobel, producer and host
"streaming live online around the world at wicn.org * on the air in central MA at 90.5 FM"
"Four hours of music with host Nick Noble, featuring a tribute to the late, great Pete Seeger; tracks from CDs newly arrived at the station, and an in-studio visit from Craig Sonnenfeld."
From Jon Colcord This week we join the rest of the world in remembering the life and legacy of the great Pete Seeger. Local listeners who tuned in early got to hear even more songs from Pete as I prepared for the rest of the show, and this version includes all of this(glitches included). The'official' show normally has to fit into the usual 3-hour slot, but we can cheat a little bit here. Plenty of great songs from Pete and many friends... Here's the show: