'Frankie Bones, born Frank Mitchell in Brooklyn, New York, is a prominent figure in the development of house and techno music in the United States. Bones is widely regarded as the "Godfather of American Rave Culture," and is credited with helping to establish the underground dance music scene in New York City in the 1980s and 1990s. Bones started his music career in the early 1980s, spinning at clubs and parties throughout New York City. He gained widespread recognition for his role in organizing the first outdoor electronic music party in the US, known as “Storm Rave," which took place in Brooklyn on the waterfront in Williamsburg, Coney Island & Plumb Beach. Throughout his career, Bones has produced and remixed numerous tracks, and has released several albums and mixtapes. He has also performed at major music festivals and events around the world, including the Love Parade in Berlin, Germany and the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, Nevada. Today, Bones continues to be an influential figure in the dance music scene, and remains an active performer and producer.