Mary Travers, the great folk singer of Peter, Paul and Mary, died Wednesday afternoon at 72. The trio got together in 1961, and -- despite an 8 year gap from 1970 to 1978 -- they've been performing and recording albums together until now. Mary was passionate about the civil-rights and anti-war movements, and many of the groups songs -- and most famous performance venues such as the March on Washington in 1963 -- reflect that. Here, we give you some of the band's live performances on YouTube, through the years.
If I Had A Hammer:
Blowin' In The Wind:
Puff (The Magic Dragon):
Where Have All The Flowers Gone