Bob Wickline 


Wickline Family 


Kentucky-born Bob Wickline is a professional singer, songwriter, poet, public school teacher and public speaker, who has presented musical keynotes at numerous rallies, conventions, and conferences throughout the United States and Canada. Musically, Bob has had seven singles on the national charts, co-produced three CD albums, and co-directed six SKI music videos.  His productions have been seen or heard on local and national radio and television programs such as “TODAY,” “ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT,” “WINTER OLYMPICS,” “EVENING MAGAZINE,” MISS AMERICA PAGEANT,” “CHARLES OSGOOD,” “DAVE ROSS,” AIR AMERICA’S “ECOTALK” “THOM HARTMANN SHOW,” ETC. 

During their eighteen years with the Washington State Arts Commission’s Cultural Enrichment Program, THE WICKLINE GROUP presented over two thousand elementary school assemblies teaching “The Origins & History of Bluegrass Music.”  As a single or with his musical family and friends, Bob has performed concerts at fairs, colleges, churches, conventions, and a wide variety of community events.  With Lynda, his wife of 36 years, and two daughters, Mandi and Marcee, Bob and his family have been recording, singing on stage with WICKLINE, and performing in venues and theatrical productions for the last three decades throughout the Pacific Northwest.  Their greatest adventure was a cross-country trip promoting the Carter Foundation/Unicef’s “Children First” campaign, ending with an appearance as featured performers in a 1996 Summer Olympics event in Atlanta, Georgia. Listen to the theme song for the event, Now’s the Time to Put Children First,” where Marcee makes her recording debut at age four.