New member, Dennis Devine, saw Percy Danforth play at the 1977 Florida Folk Festival, and said he did not realize his importance at that time. He found this photograph and a great recording of Percy playing both from the Festival at the website of...

This video from Graham Hargrove demonstrates the basic rhythm bones rudiments of tap, double, triplet, quadruplet and maybe for the first time on video a quintuplet all played in the traditional style. ...

David Morton recorded DeFord Bailey playing and talking about rhythm bones. Recording courtesy of the Center for Popular Music, MTSU. Click HERE to listen. You can also play it on his Player Profile Page where you can read his full profile. ...

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...