Pete Seeger: The Power of Song
Pete Seeger: The Power of Song (2007) is a documentary film about the life and music of the folk singer Pete Seeger. The film, which won an Emmy Award, was executive produced by Seeger's wife, filmmaker Toshi Seeger, when she was 85 years old.
The documentary was directed by Jim Brown, who also directed The Weavers: Wasn't That a Time! (1982). The film includes interviews with Arlo Guthrie, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Tom Paxton, Mary Travers (of Peter, Paul and Mary), Natalie Maines, and numerous Seeger family members. One of its associate producers was Kitama Jackson, a grandson of Seeger.
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- Martin, Douglas (2013-07-11). "Toshi Seeger, Wife of Folk-Singing Legend, Dies at 91". New York Times. Retrieved 2013-08-07.
- "Toshi Seeger, Wife of Pete Seeger, Dies at 91". Rafu Shimpo. 2013-07-19. Retrieved 2013-08-07.
- Full Film: Pete Seeger: The Power of Song at American Masters
- Pete Seeger: The Power of Song - PBS website containing additional material and background information
- Pete Seeger: The Power of Song on Internet Movie Database
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