ARCHIVED HIGHLIGHTS | STARTING MARCH 2023
FEATURED HIGHLIGHT | MADISON CENTER FOR THE ARTS
A small group of our members performed at the Madison Center for the Arts. The event was held in honor of the Madison School District Volunteer Tutors, who give of their time to help students improve their learning. The response to the music was wonderful, and we were even asked to play a little longer.
FEATURED HIGHLIGHT | THE BARN JAM SESSIONS
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At the start of the year, nineteen of our Musicians gathered together for a Barn Jam recording session. Select tunes will be used to provide the soundtrack for the upcoming 2023 Rhythm Bones Society Ensemble.
FEATURED HIGHLIGHT | GLENDALE FOLK FESTIVAL
On Saturday March 4th, there was a large gathering of musicians at Sahuaro Ranch Park, to celebrate the Folk & Heritage Festival in Glendale. Our own local legend, Lon Austin is the founder of this festival. The audience seemed to have a great time, with many participating in the music. There were Old Time Bands, Bluegrass Bands, and more.
Originating from Greece in the early 1900s, this instrument
is called a Bouzouki. The name may sound funny, but the sound it produces is beautiful and similar to a 12-string guitar. One of our Society Members, Jim Anderson, is the proud owner of this bouzouki.
WHAT IS THAT INSTRUMENT?
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