A rich resource of Peggy Seeger's biography and photos for promotional use.
Peggy shares her experiences and insights from 2002 til now.
The story of Peggy's songwriting development starting with the feminist anthem "I want to be an Engineer"
Peggy's musical education, love of ballads, work with Ewan MacColl, and the importance of folk songs.
Peggy says ' have a reputation for being an activist, a progressive, an advocate, a mover-and-shaker, a leftwinger, a feminist, and a singer of songs which try to move humanity on a little down the road.'
Then & Now contains memorable quotes, writings, statistics, information that I would like to keep in front of our eyes and in our databrains more than just now and then. The material in this section is intended as a permanent fixture on this website.
Peggy shares her resources for guitar and banjo pickups.