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Worried Man Blues
Pete Seeger & Johnny Cash
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Remembering Pete Seeger
During his appearance on "The Johnny Cash Show" during March 1970 Pete Seeger performs "Worried Man Blues" to a packed house at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.
Pete Seeger began his career on radio in the 1940s. It was during this period that he performed with both Woodie Guthrie and Lead Belly.
He had a string of hit records in the early '50s as a member of "The Weavers."
Pete used his celebrity and influence to help preserve the environment, including his work decontaminating the Hudson River through the Clear Water program.
He was a true artist of the people who believed in the power of song to bring about social change.
As a folk singer, environmentalist, and civil rights activist, Pete Seeger left a lasting impression for generations to come.
President Barack Obama rightfully referred to Seeger as "America's tuning fork."
That's how we grow.