Peggy Seeger's songs and multi-instrumental artistry (she expertly plays guitar, banjo, piano, autoharp, concertina and dulcimer) are legendary in folk music circles. She is the daughter of folklorist Charles Seeger and composer Ruth Crawford Seeger; half-sister to Pete Seeger and sister to Mike Seeger. Ewan MacColl, her husband and musical partner for more than 30 years, wrote "First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" for her. She and Ewan were hugely influential in the British folk music revival. Peggy has made 22 solo recordings and has taken part in more than 100 more with other performers. Her best-known compositions are "Gonna Be an Engineer" and "The Ballad of Springhill." Peggy tours extensively in the UK and occasionally in the USA and Australia as a solo concert artist, singing and giving workshops. She is widely considered to be one of North America's - and the world's - finest folksingers.