See his Collected Poems (1916) and his letters and diary (1917).
See biographies by D. Dunaway (1981, repr. 2008) and A. Wilkinson (2009).
His half-brother, Mike Seeger (Michael Seeger), 1933-2009, was an American singer, instrumentalist, and folklorist, b. New York City. The son of composer Ruth Seeger and musicologist Charles Seeger, he was largely self-taught, playing the guitar, banjo, dulcimer, mandolin, harmonica, and several other instruments. He collected songs from old records and from fellow musicians. In 1958 he founded the New Lost City Ramblers, a three-member string group that specialized in music of the 1920s and 30s. He recorded dozens of albums with this group, with other musicians, and as a soloist. Seeger influenced numerous musicians and was particularly important in the development of Bob Dylan.
When he was sixteen , in 1986, Rodríguez-Seeger started performing with his grandfather Pete Seeger. In 1999 he was a member of the band RIG, with Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion. In 2001 he was a founding member of the Mammals with Michael Merenda and Ruth Ungar . In 2006 he recorded an album, " Que Vaya Bien", with Puerto Rican folk singers Roy Brown, and Tito Auger of the Puerto Rican rock band Fiel A La Vega and he formed the Anarchist Orchestra (now known as the Tao Rodriguez-Seeger band) with Jacob Silver, also of the Mammals, Laura Cortese and Robin McMillan.
He had a radio show "The Tao of Tao" on WAMC.