Mary Travers had such an impact on the music scene, she was awarded a Grammy. A regular on the awards show circuit, she made an appearance on "The American Music Awards" (1986-87). She appeared in a number of television specials, including "The Kingston Trio and Friends: Reunion" (1981-82), "The Peter, Paul & Mary 25th Anniversary Concert" (1985-86) and "The Story of the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem" (1985-86). She also branched into film during these years, including a part in the documentary "The Weavers: Wasn't That a Time!" (1981) with Pete Seeger. She appeared in a number of television specials, including "A Peter, Paul & Mary Holiday Concert" (1988-89), "Peter, Paul and Mommy, Too" (1992-93) and "This Was America... 1963" (1992-93). She also appeared in "November 22, 1993: Where Were You? A Larry King Special Live From Washington" (1993-94). She also worked in film during these years, including a part on "Heartstrings: Peter, Paul & Mary in Central America" (1987) with Peter Yarrow. Additionally, she appeared in a number of television specials, including "Gail Sheehy's New Passages" (1995-96), "Peter, Paul & Mary: Lifelines" (1995-96) and "The Great American History Quiz" (1998-99). Travers put her acting skills to use in films like the Leon Bibb documentary "Isn't This a Time! A Tribute Concert for Harold Levanthal" (2005) and the documentary "Pete Seeger: The Power of Song" (2007) with Pete Seeger. Travers also provided music for "The Odd Angry Shot." Mary Travers passed away in September 2009 at the age of 73.