Paul Duhon, an Acadian from Louisiana, was a real treat for everyone. His brother Willie retrieved him from a nursing home just for Bones Fest III. He played pieces of leg bone of a cow, which he had cut and polished to resemble narrow piano keys. Dan Cowett accompanied Duhon on guitar. Duhon wore a long red shirt which reached his knees where a wide white belt held up little patched britches under a huge stomach. His legs looked to be only 2 ft. long. When the music started he turned on like a light bulb with hands flying, bones clicking and body swinging as he danced and played to the sound of the music.