Pete Seeger’s Death – Age, Place, Cause, and More!

Pete Seeger died at age 94, astounding. Check out the death cause, death date, and more facts about the circumstances surrounding activist Pete Seeger's death.

Biography - A Short Wiki

Pete Seeger was an American folk musician, songwriter, activist and television host who has a net worth of $5 million. Born in New York City, New York on May 3, 1919, Seeger had been active in the music and entertainment industries since 1939. He played banjo, guitar, the recorder, tin whistle, mandolin, piano, and ukulele.

How did Pete Seeger die?

Pete Seeger's death was caused by natural causes.

To everything there is a season: Folk singer and activist Pete Seeger dies at 94. Pete Seeger, the legendary folk musician who helped spearhead the American folk revival, died Monday night in New York City at the age of 94 from natural causes.

Information about the death of Pete Seeger
Cause of deathNatural Causes
Age of death94 years
ProfessionActivist, Composer, Environmentalist, Lyricist, Musician, Presenter, Singer, Songwriter
BirthdayMay 3, 1919
Death dateJanuary 27, 2014
Place of deathNewYork-Presbyterian, New York, United States
Place of burialN/A


"I live in the country, so I get a fair amount of exercise. We heat our house with wood, so I split wood. We also live on a steep hill, and I have to rake and put in cross-stitches to keep the road from washing out when there's a big rain."

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"Being generous of spirit is a wonderful way to live."

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"I love my country very dearly, and I greatly resent the implication that some of the places that I have sung and some of the people that I have known, and some of my opinions, whether they are religious or philosophical, make me less of an American."

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"Again, I say I will be glad to tell what songs I have ever sung, because singing is my business."

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"Down through the centuries, this trick has been tried by various establishments throughout the world. They force people to get involved in the kind of examination that has only one aim and that is to stamp out dissent."

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