Peggy Seeger is live at the Southbank Centre in celebration of her 80th birthday on Saturday 6th June. Get your tickets now here

As she enters her 80th year, Peggy Seeger has recorded possibly her best album ever.

Although Everything Changes is Seeger’s 22nd album, it’s her first of contemporary songs on which she has written with other people and it’s already being described as Seeger at her absolute best.

The album is produced by her younger son, Grammy nominated Calum MacColl.
Seeger is in wonderful voice and delivers tear-inducingly poignant songs of loss as well as songs of sharply wicked humour with the assurance of a lifetime of touring, writing and recording.

I’ve been part of musical teams all my life, first growing up with my brothers (Mike & Pete Seeger) and later with Ewan (MacColl). I’ve loved seeing how these songs have flown as a result of new collaborations with other writers and musicians,’ says Seeger. ‘It’s been a total pleasure to make from start to finish.‘
As an influential feminist and folk musician on both sides of the Atlantic, Seeger frequently dovetails her music concerts with lectures on women’s history and feminism in song.


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