Peggy Seeger Concert
Peggy Seeger, a member of the musical Seeger family, half-sister of Pete, is a legend in her own right. 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.Peggy lived in England for 35 years with singer and songmaker Ewan MacColl. The couple was instrumental in the U.K. folk revival in the sixties. She currently resides in Oxford, England.
We have a rare opportunity to see her live at 8:00pm on Friday, March 28th. Peggy will perform both traditional songs and her own compositions, such as Gonna Be an Engineer. Her career as a musician and political and social activist spans more than five decades in the U.K. and the U.S.
At Second Presbyterian Church:"The Scotch Church" founded 1756, 6 W 96th St, (South corner of 96th Street & Central Park West) Admission: $22, members $18. tickets also available at the door). Information 212-957-8386.
Second Presbyterian Church:"The Scotch Church" founded 1756 (View)
6 W. 96 St (at Central Park West)
New York, NY 10025
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