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PEGGY SEEGER Folksinger, Songwriter, Activist

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PEGGY SEEGER, a member of the North American musical Seeger family, is a singer of traditional Anglo-American songs and activist songmaker. She plays six instruments: piano, guitar, 5-string banjo, Appalachian dulcimer, autoharp and English concertina. She has recorded 23 solo albums and participated directly in more than a hundred others.  She lived in England for 35 years with the singer/songmaker Ewan MacColl and has three children and nine grandchildren. She moved back to the USA in 1994 but returned to England (Oxford) in 2010.

Her website ( gives information and entertainment.

She is represented by:
Management: Kerry Harvey-Piper, Red Grape Music (e),
(t) +44 (0)7976 272139

MusicWeek Women in Music Inspirational Artist Award



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Peggy Seeger – Folk Singer, Songmaker, Activist 

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