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...

I have a woodworker friend named Dusty Travis. He made me several sets of rhythm bones that I absolutely love. The interesting part is that he'd never made a pair before I asked him, nor did he even know what they were. He knows wood...

Long time member, David Boyles, from Cedarburg, WI, passed away on April 28, 2021.  We met Dave at Bones Fest III and watched him in a dueling rhythm bones battle with Spike Bones. Later that day he became a Founding Member of the Rhythm Bones Society,...

There are only two current rhythm bones contests, a Bones & Spoons contest sponsored by the National Traditional Country Music Festival and the All-Ireland Bones Competition in Abvbeyfeale Ireland. The last item on this page about a 1927 contest suggests that there must have been...