In 1999, after returning from Bones Fest II, I used my Internet skills and found 100 websites searching for "rhythm bones" (today 15,000+). One person I discovered was Abner Jay, but I was unable to find enough about his rhythm bones playing to write an...

Rowan mentioned me in passing during our Virtual Bones Fest. I was surprised. The funny thing about it to me is that that day was my only visit to the Colorado Renaissance Festival. In the Renaissance Faire circuit, the Colorado event was well known, but I...

Over the years, the Rhythm Bones Society has awarded individuals who have made a significant contribution to our society. Click HERE to see a summary of award winners (at bottom of the page) ...

The Bush Music Club, based in Sydney, is the oldest folk club in Australia and, arguably, one of the oldest folk clubs in the world. It has been actively promoting Australian folk traditions for over 60 years. Club member Sandra Nixon sent a...

The Rhythm Bones Society is sad to announce the passing of one of its members, Mitch Boss. His unique set of humor and playing ability made him a beloved rhythm bones player. Here is a note from Steve Brown. "Just received the sad news...