February 11 @ 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm CST
March 3 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST
March 22 @ 12:00 am CDT
April 10 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am CDT
April 12 - April 14
Tag Archives: labor songs
Bucky is excited to be presenting at Rudolstadt music festival for the first time. He will be participating in a conference on American Protest Music and its effects around the world. Bucky holds a PhD. in American History with an … Continue reading
Bucky will be returning to Oldenburg, Germany, while on a short tour of Germany. Location and time of event to be determined. Check back for details.
Bucky will be traveling across the pond to present a week of lectures and concerts in Mölln, Germany. Check back here for details.
Bucky will be performing and speaking at this important event. Check back here for details and updates as they become available.
Bucky Halker will be presenting the Folksongs of Illinois program at Montgomery Village Hall as part of its monthly senior’s program. You will hear folksongs from all over the Midwest, some still popular today and some forgotten gems. This FREE … Continue reading
Long before Bruce Springsteen took on the working class struggle, Illinois workers championed their movement in song. The eight-hour day, higher wages, safer working conditions and union contracts all became subjects for worker bards. Join Bucky Halker May 5 2017, at … Continue reading
Dr. Clark “Bucky” Halker will be donning his Ph.D. hat and presenting a lecture-concert for the Goethe University of Frankfurt lecture series “Voices of Dissidence: The History and Transnational Diffusion of American Labor Protest Songs”. Bucky will be focusing on … Continue reading
As last minute add-on, Bucky will be showcasing his new CD “Anywhere But Utah: Songs of Joe Hill” at the festival. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the untimely execution of Joe Hill in Salt Lake City, UT, on … Continue reading
On the town with Don and Peg: Bucky Halker Ageless Northshore (November 4, 2009) Last Friday night we saw Bucky Halker at the Skokie Theatre – the program was the music of Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan. Now, … Continue reading
Bucky Halker’s emotionally powerful performance of Woody Guthrie’s, “The Dying Miner,” commemorating the Centralia mine disaster of 1947, includes actual words that miners left behind on scraps of paper as their oxygen was running out; Halker’s rich voice portrays their plight in a compassionate interpretation that is realistic, avoiding maudlin excess. Continue reading