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  1. Aug 07,  · Mike Seeger discography and songs: Music profile for Mike Seeger, born 15 August Genres: Old-Time, American Folk Music, Contemporary Folk. Albums include Classic Railroad Songs, Deadwood, and Classic Labor Songs.
  2. Born into one of the first families of American folk music, it was probably inevitable that Mike Seeger would become a musician and folklorist. His father and mother, Charles and Ruth Crawford Seeger, assisted John and Alan Lomax at the Archive of Folk Song in the Library of Congress. Mike's half-brother, Pete Seeger, performed in both the Almanac Singers and the Weavers, while his sister.
  3. Dec 27,  · Peggy Seeger - A Song For You And Me [Full Album/Vinyl] [HD] - Duration: Gary Larson 1, views. Fred McDowell pt 1 - Duration: FolkSeattle , views. Mike Seeger.
  4. Mike Seeger (August 15, – August 7, ) was an American folk musician and folklorist. He was a distinctive singer and an accomplished musician who played autoharp, banjo, fiddle, dulcimer, guitar, mouth harp, mandolin, dobro, jaw harp, and pan pipes. Seeger, a half-brother of Pete Seeger, produced more than 30 documentary recordings, and performed in more than 40 other recordings.
  5. Hello Stranger: A 02 – Mike Seeger: Oh Molly Dear: A 03 – Mike Seeger: Bachelor's Hall: A 04 – Mike Seeger: We Live A Long Long Time: A 05 – Mike Seeger: Fishing Blues: A 06 – Mike Seeger: Johnny Grey: A 07 – Mike Seeger: The Two Soldiers: B 01 – Mike Seeger: Waterbound: B 02 – Mike Seeger: Leather Breeches: B 03 – Mike Seeger.
  6. Preceding Alphabetic Section Return to Folk Index Homepage Bottom of File. Folk Music Performer Index - Seeger K to Seej. Seeger, Kate Side Performer Appearance. Blue, Bob; and.
  7. (/Ace) 15 tracks ().Mike Seeger was born in in New York and raised in Maryland and Washington. The son of musicologist Charles Seeger and .
  8. Mike Seeger was born in in New York and raised in Maryland and Washington. The son of musicologist Charles Seeger and the acclaimed classical composer Ruth Crawford Seeger, Mike began playing traditional music around , later founding the influential group the New Lost City Ramblers.
  9. Aug 07,  · Mike Seeger, whose love for traditional songs and tunes inspired many other musicians — including Bob Dylan — to look for the rural roots of American music, died of cancer Friday night at his home in Lexington, Va. He was Seeger was a highly respected performer and collector of traditional music and a major force.

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