Hambone may refer to:

  • Literally, the bone found in ham meat
  • Hambone (magazine), a literary magazine
  • Juba dance, a style of dance that involves stomping as well as slapping and patting the arms, legs, chest, and cheeks
  • Hambone Willie Newbern (1899–1947), a guitar-playing blues musician
  • "Hambone", a song by Red Saunders (musician)

Other articles related to "hambone":

Diggstown - Plot
... -- Slim Busby, who like his brother, Hambone, has been bribed by Caine to take a dive ... -- Hambone Busby, who, like his brother, has been bribed to take a dive ... Gillon, however, threatens to kill Hambone’s brother, Slim, unless he is victorious in the ring ...
Hambone Willie Newbern
... Hambone Willie Newbern (1899 – 1947) was an American guitar-playing country blues musician ... and Sleepy John Estes (from whom most of our knowledge of Hambone was gained) in the 1920s and 1930s ... six tracks in total, which also included, "She Could Toodle-Oo" and "Hambone Willie's Dreamy-Eyed Woman's Blues." ...
Brother's Keeper (album) - Personnel
... Jimmy Abegg guitars, Bass, Mandolin, Hambone ... Phil Madeira guitars, B-3, drums, Accordion, Tambourine, Keyboard Harmonica, Hambone, Slide guitar ... Aaron Smith drums, percussion, Thunder, Rain Stick, Shaker, Hambone ...
Juba Dance - Related Songs
... the way, my mama's troubles begin A song about the hambone from Step it Down (v.s.) Hambone Hambone pat him on the shoulder If you get a pretty girl, I'll ... Hambone, Hambone, where have you been? All 'round the world and back again ... Hambone, Hambone, what did you do? I got a train and I fairly flew ...