Hi, I'm Ron Pisaneschi. My Pick for next time is American Masters "Pete Seeger: The Power of Song." The first film authorized by the late Pete Seeger, who died in January at age 94, poetically documents Seeger's unique experiences and contributions. The venerable folksinger and activist, who introduced America to its folk heritage, performed at the 2008 pre-inauguration concert at the Lincoln Memorial and garnered a Grammy that year. The film reveals Seeger's belief in the power of song and in individuals being able to make a difference in the world. His story is told by people like Bob Dylan and the Dixie Chicks and through a remarkable historical archive. That's American Masters "Pete Seeger: The Power of Song," Sunday, March 9 at 8:30 p.m. MT/PT. And that's my Pick for next time.