Pete Seeger Dies At The Age of 94 : THE "Pete Seeger", yes the same the Songwriter the champion, master of Folk Music passed away yesterday, Monday 27th Jan 2014 at the age of 94. He was currently living in Beacon in New York with his grandson. It is said that , his grandson "Kitama Cahill Jackson" confirmed his death after he was admited in the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital but not due to some critical disease but a natural death. Mr Seeger was born in 1919, 3rd of May and after finishing the studies he chose folk music as his career. In 1950, he gave the world one of his best performances "Goodnight, Irene", it was the most appreciated recording of Lead Belly's.
Mr Seeger was best in playing 12-string guitar or five-string banjo. He used to sing topical songs and most prferred children’s songs. His own compositions that he loved the most were, ""Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" and the hammer song of the next album ""If I Had a Hammer" was truly awesome. He was the master of American folk music, Protest music and Americana music. He totally transformed music into popular category in 1950s. He was choosen as the member of member of the Weavers community in 1950, that was his career's best time, that was the time when sang a folk-rock version of “Turn! Turn! Turn!,”