Ask almost any folk singer from the 1940s through today, and they're likely to tell you Pete Seeger (1919 - 2014) was a friend, an influence or both. One of the giants of American folk music, Seeger was known for writing songs that helped drive the anti-war and civil rights movements of the 1960s. In addition to penning folk music classics from "If I Had a Hammer" to "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" to "Turn, Turn, Turn," he helped nurture other talents including a young Bob Dylan. Today we remember Seeger and the power of song.