Iosephus "Joe" Hickerson (natus Highland Park Illinoesiae 20 Octobris 1935[1]) est cantor vulgaris et carminum ductor. Alumnus Collegii Oberlinensis, 35 annos (1963–1998) bibliothecarius et director Archivi Carminum Vulgarium in Centro Vitae Vulgaris Americano in Bibliotheca Congressionalis. Innotuit ob mixtura originalium verborum Russicorum et suorum versuum ad creanda fundamenta carminis "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" cum Petro Seeger,[2] et ob in primo disco carminis "Kumbayah" canendum. Nunc operam dat lector, investigator, actorque musicus, praecipue in Novo Eboraco, Michigania, et regione Sicaginiensi. Anno 2015, Portlandiae Oregoniae habitat.

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  • 1958. We've Got Some Singing to Do. The Folksmiths, cum Joe Hickerson. Folkways Records F-2407.
  • 2001. Joe Hickerson with a Gathering of Friends. Folk-Legacy Records.
  • 2002. Drive Dull Care Away. Folk-Legacy Records.

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The Wobblies (actor musicus, 1979)

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