Is there any other public figure besides Pete Seeger without his own "official" website? The determinedly unassuming Pete has survived 89 years without one, but there are unofficial online sites for Seeger fans to visit and read more about the man, his music, and his mission of inclusiveness and participation.
We recommend the following sites (aside from ours):
Longtime Seeger admirer Jim Capaldi (no, not the deceased drummer-singer for Traffic) has been maintaining his Pete Seeger Appreciation Page (URL: http://www.peteseeger.net/ since 1995. It's a mighty compendium of information, containing a biography, discography, bibliography, song lyrics, photos, and many other features.
Author, historian, disc jockey and professor David Dunaway has documented Seeger's work for the past 30 years, leading to the definitive Pete biography, How Can I Keep from Singing? The Ballad of Pete Seeger, first published in 1981 and revised, updated, and republished by Ballantine in 2008. Dunaway's website, http://www.peteseeger.org/, contains information about the book, Dunaway's three-part Pete Seeger radio special (which began airing this past summer), links to other Seeger sites, and a brief biography of Seeger