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Folk legend Pete Seeger dead at 94

  • Wrote or co-wrote some of folk's most beloved songs, including 'If I Had a Hammer'
  • Singer, activist died Monday in New York
Folk singer Pete Seeger dead at 94

Fans are remembering folk music legend Pete Seeger this morning.

He died Monday of natural causes at the age of 94 in New York.

Among his famous songs: “Where Have all the Flowers Gone?" "Turn, Turn, Turn,” “We Shall Overcome,” and “If I Had a Hammer.”

Seeger was actually up for a Grammy on Sunday in the Spoken Word category. That trophy went to Steven Colbert.

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