- REVIEW: Love for Music Brings Together “Kids” of All Ages
- Chicago Kids Play and Sing Hoagy: Book/CD Project Wins Award
- Chicago Tribune Review: Chicago Kids Play and Sing Hoagy (2020)
- Rudolstadt Music Festival 2018 (Rudolstadt, Germany)
- Mölln Festival 2018 (Mölln Germany)
- Bucky Halker presenting at Illinois Bicentennial Celebration in Vandalia, IL
- Dark As A Dungeon: Songs and Stories of American Coal Mining
- Bucky Halker – Studio Photo 2
October 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm CDT
Tag Archives: labor songs
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
Tune in to WLUW Radio-Live from the Heartland, 88.7 on your FM dial, for a very special Labor Day program featuring labor music by Bucky Halker. Bucky will be hanging with Michael James and Co., talking about labor protest music … 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.
Bucky is excited to be presenting and performing 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 … 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.
This just in-Bucky will be performing at the Hideout, Chicago, IL, with a cast of characters to celebrate Studs Terkel and his contributions to Chicago art, labor and culture. Bucky will be playing some Studs Terkel favorites, including Joe Hill … 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