Singer and songwriter Lorre Wyatt has been a popular figure on the folk circuit since the early 1970s. Lorre is best known for such songs as the anthemic “Somos El Barco / We are the Boat,” which is one of the most widely-sung contemporary folk songs around the world, and for his lifelong friendship, activism, and musical collaboration with Pete Seeger. After suffering a debilitating stroke in 1996 which robbed him of his ability to sing and play, Lorre is now back on his musical feet. In 2010, Lorre and Pete resumed their songwriting collaboration, culminating in A More Perfect Union: New Songs by Old Friends (2012). Co-written by Lorre and Pete, this critically acclaimed CD is unique in that it is the only recording Pete made of all new material. Pete said of what is now his last recorded studio album: “I think many of these songs stand shoulder to shoulder with the best I’ve ever written.” In June of 2013, Lorre and Pete performed at Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival Festival, harkening back to the years each of them spent aboard the Sloop Clearwater. That September, the two performed in the “Music Can Bring Us Together” benefit concert for WAMC Northeast Public Radio, which was made into both a double CD and DVD set. This was Pete’s last full concert performance. In recent years, Pete and Lorre’s friendship and collaboration found root at Pete’s home in Beacon, NY, where they spent countless hours writing, visiting, gazing upon the Hudson and reflecting on their lives. The time spent there has given Lorre deep insight into Pete’s creative process, views on late-life creativity, and a host of memorable stories, all of which Lorre is passionate about sharing with today’s audiences.