Rhythm Bones History
Rhythm Bones Society
Musicians who have tolerated my bones rattlin'
Saint Louis Area Musicians
(old-time: fiddle, guitar)
"It's great that you're
so into what you're doing with the bones. Go for it. Hope you do
well in the competition!"
William 'Banjo Billy' Mathews
(old-time: fiddle, banjo)
"...he can fit right in with
most anything we play and enliven our performances with his
Gale 'Gaslite' Foehner
(ragtime: keyboard, vocals)
"Thanks for backing
us on the President...Hope we get more good paying jobs."
(old-time: banjo, guitar)
"You are certainly a
talented musician. I do hope we have occasion to play together again."
(old-time: fiddle, bass)
(old-time & folk-rock: mandolin, fiddle)
"It's a joy for me to play
fiddle tunes with Grace as Scott clogs and plays the bones."
(old-time & Celtic: vocals, autoharp, Hammered Dulcimer, guitar,
(old-time: banjo, harmonica)
Sharon and Doug Foehner
(traditional blues: vocals, guitar, slide guitar)
Musicians From Far and Away
'Diamond' Jim Greene
(traditional Delta blues: slide guitar, vocals) Chicago
(old-time, minstrel, ragtime: vocals, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, and
guitar - Internationally recognized 19th century banjo authority)
(country Gospel: vocals) South Dakota
"I don't know how you can play
with the bones and make your feet go too at the same time!"
Gordon 'Gord' Hildreth
(traditional country & bluegrass: vocals, guitar) Canada
(country Gospel, bluegrass: vocals, guitar) Nebraska
Johnnie J. Johnston
(traditional country & bluegrass: vocals, guitar) Michigan
(traditional Irish: flute) Irish born Chicagoan
(traditional country & bluegrass: banjo, vocals - Old Time Country
Music Hall of Fame honoree) Kansas
(traditional Irish: tin whistle) Ireland
© 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Scott C. Miller