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- Rudolstadt Music Festival 2018 (Rudolstadt, Germany)
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- Bucky Halker presenting at Illinois Bicentennial Celebration in Vandalia, IL
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October 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm CDT
Tag Archives: Folksongs
Bucky Halker performs November 12, 2019 at the Grafton Pub in Chicago as part of Paul Tyler’s regular music series. Tyler, a folklorist and an instructor at the Old Town School, invited Bucky to perform folk and labor songs … Continue reading
Bucky will be playing at the Elgin Museum event at the Grand Victoria Casino. He will be presenting his brand of Folksongs of Illinois for the Elgin Museum fundraising event. Come out for a good cause and to say hello.
Bucky will be presenting his folksongs of Illinois program at Luther Oaks , Bloomington, IL. Come out and hear folksongs about Illinois and commentary on how they came to this great state.
Details to come, but Bucky will be participating in a very special event, Folklore and the Wisconsin Idea, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Bucky will be serving up his renditions of Illinois Labor Songs at the Barrington History Museum. Come out and hear the history of labor music and how it defined the labor movement in Illinois. Bucky holds a Ph.D. in American … Continue reading
Bucky will be offering some of his favorite road songs about traversing the great State of Illinois in recognition of its Bicentennial Celebration in Vandalia. Check back for location details. This is a FREE event sponsored by the Illinois Humanities. … Continue reading
Bucky will be presenting his folksongs of Illinois program at Lombard Historical Society. Come out and hear folksongs about Illinois and commentary on how they came to this great state.
Bucky will be offering up some of his favorite road songs celebrating travel throughout the great State of Illinois. Come out to Vandalia and celebrate the bicentennial. Location TBD. This is a FREE event sponsored by Illinois Humanities.
Illinois has rich and diverse folk music traditions that remain underrecognized by both specialists and the general public. From the beginning of Illinois statehood through the folk revival that swept the nation and state in the 1950s, the many people … Continue reading
No sooner had the gun barrels cooled from the Civil War than the nation’s burgeoning industrial workforce began to seek redress for a growing list of economic and political grievances. Illinois played a central role in that development as its … Continue reading