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Tom Paxton: A Musical Tribute To Pete Seeger

Legendary singer, songwriter and activist Pete Seeger died Monday at age 94. During a musical career that spanned seven decades, he performed at union halls, protests and concert venues across the country, and helped launch the American folk revival. Grammy Award-winning musician Tom Paxton joins Kojo for a musical tribute and a look at Seeger's enduring impact on American music and politics.

Remembering Pete Seeger Through Song

Tom Paxton performs "Peace Will Come" in tribute to fellow musician Pete Seeger, who died this week at age 94.

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