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“KNOXVILLE — After five years in Knoxville, Bones in the Museum has seen a number of changes in format. While its newest setup appears to be a stripped-down version of itself, it is actually closer to the original vision of guitarist/vocalist Joe Bones than any of its previous forms. Built for efficiency, the now two-piece band looks to perform frequently in the months leading up to its reinvented sophomore release. READ THE REST @ http://www.knoxville.com/news/2010/oct/20/bare-bones-lineup-suits-bones-museum/”
“Not to be outdone, eclectic outfit Bones in the Museum blasted onstage next. Self-described by leader Joseph King as an "obscure folk" band, Bones may not be obscure for long. Laying down their own brand of desert stomp, the band turned in a fascinating set of twangcore tunes peppered with King's snappy patter and riveting stage presence. Bones In the Museum, which has been evolving both their sound and their lineup for two years, featured crisp percussion from drummer Will Morrell and bassist Will Ross and strong support from guitarist Danny Hicks, helping to build a house of offbeat western folk-rock which King then cheerfully and deftly destroyed, aided by his high voice and Ovation acoustic guitar. Bones is currently putting together their first recording with the help of City By City's Nate Austin, and hopes to have final cut on the work by December”