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Sunday, March 5, 2023 at 1 p.m. The Shelby Bottom Duo will reprise their Joe Hill Road Show multimedia program. First Congo Church, 1000 S. Cooper, Memphis TN
Sunday, February 6, 2022 4:00 p.m. Brooklyn Tavern Theater performs the new musical “The Joe Hill Revival” at the Triad Theater in New York City. The musical debuted in Brooklyn in September 2021. http://www.brooklyntaverntheater.com/the-joe-hill-revival.html
Sunday, December 6, 2020 2:05 p.m. German public broadcaster SWR is airing a German-language program on its internet radio station SWR2: “The Ashes of Joe Hill – The Resurrection of a Legend.” https://www.swr.de/swr2/doku-und-feature/die-asche-von-joe-hill-swr2-feature-am-sonntag-2020-12-06-100.html?fbclid=IwAR2c-eQ-7tx4rVEiekdkY0Zj61r7PFuy3Sygi6IcAKhwARs4dYB-RBOTkxI
Saturday, May 30, 2020, 8:00 PM Central Time. Live YouTube broadcast of the
Wednesday, March 14, 2018, Divinity 124 (Reading Room), Nashville TN.
Tuesday, Feb. 21, IBEW Local 175, Chattanooga, TN
Wednesday, March 15, Midsouth Peace & Justice Center, Memphis, TN
Tuesday, March 21, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN
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Gävle 14 March – Joe Hill – martyren från Gävle
Please let us know out here in Oregon when the Joe Hill Roadshow will be here — especially in Southern Oregon venues such as Ashland or Medford. Will it come to Eugene? We could do that also. Thanks!
It should be noted that Lil’ Rev, Bucky Halker and JP Wright were performers on the Joe Hill Roadshow for the Midwest. It was actually Bucky and Lil’ Rev who organized all the dates in the Midwest. Further, Bucky Halker just released a 6 song EP of all Joe Hill songs, some of which have never been recorded or put to music, for the tour. A complete album will be out later in June 2015.
will there be anything in North Carolina, and Greensboro specifically?
The southern tour dates are still being worked on; pretty sure we’re hitting North Carolina, less so about Greensboro.
I too hope the tour can make it to North Carolina. The turnout might not be that large, but I live in Durham, teach economics at a community college in Raleigh, and would be happy to go through all the bureaucratic BS that would result if I had to call in sick to make it to an appearance almost anywhere in the state.
There will be a show Sept. 30 in Asheville, N.C. Details soon. We are trying to fill in some dates for the Southern leg (which will be shorter than originally hoped for) and adding them to the calendar as they fill in.
Let’s see: It’s a 4-hour drive, and I get out of class about 3:30 — might just be able to make it, since I have no classes on the 1st!