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Pete Seeger: The Storm King 

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Hachette Audio will publish an audiobook of Pete Seeger’s stories, narratives, and poems set to new music by nearly 50 musicians of diverse traditions, including African, bluegrass, classical, folk, jazz, Native American, and world beat. World-renowned percussionist Jeff Haynes, who worked with Seeger on his 2009 Grammy award-winning album Tomorrow’s Children, produced Pete Seeger: The Storm King. Here's an exclusive clip, "Talking Drum," from the audiobook in anticipation of its release on April 9.

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  • An audiobook of Pete Seeger's spoken word set to music will be released on April 9.

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