The final issue published was Vol. 6, no. 2, 1967. Issue 6(3) was prepared but never printed and BMC then relied on newsletter-style publications until Mulga Wire started in 1977.
Singabout 3(1) Summer 1958
Cover - members of the Bush Music Club Concert Party - Peter Francis, Jamie Carlin, Gay Terry, Lorna Lovell, John Meredith & Alan Scott.
The Kookaburra Laughed - words & music by Stan Wakefield
Definitely Barred by Merv Lilley
The Dying Stockman - collected from Madge Laver, daughter of Lance Skulthorpe
The Drover's Dream -c ollected from Charlie Phillips at Warrawong, NSW
I'm Spending My Days in the Doss House - depression days parody collected from Mr J. Bates by Merv Lilley, Yeppoon, Qld
Old T.I. - one verse of a variation learnt from native military during the war by Merv Lilley.
Farewell Snowy Lamb - words, Merv Lilley, tune - The Dying Stockman
Garrawilla - written by a shed-hand at Garrawilla station, collected from Jack Wright, who learnt it from his father.
The Goondiwindi Song - extra verses - collected by Jamie Carlin from the singing of Lach Robertson
The Dying Stockman - contributed by Ian Mudie who learnt it from his mother, who had learnt it in the seventies.
The Body in the Bag - music hall song contributed by Stan Wakefield
T.I. - from Jean Devanny's book about North Queensland, By Tropic Sea and Jungle (A&R, 1940)
2 fragments of Kelly Ballads - the first collected by John Meredith from 86 year old Jack Luscombe in March 1953, the other sent to the editor in 1956 by Mrs H. McKenzie, aged 89 of Launceston, Tas.
Sixteen Thousand Miles from Home - collected from Jack Wright of Coogee who learnt it from his father.
Banks of Riverine - collected from Mrs Smeed, Mudgee,
The Spider from the Gwydir
The Shearer's Nightmare - by Darcy Burns, Monaro, contributed by Fred Sloane
The Bush Ain't What it Was - contributed by G.A, NSW
Singabout 3(3) Winter/Spring 1958
cover - Bush Music Club members at the Henry Lawson Statue in the Sydney Domain.
Humping Old Bluey - words & music from the singing of Mr. Rod Manton, aged 70, of Erskineville
The Wild Colonial Boy - supplied by Mr Theo Archdeacon, WA who learnt it at school in Western Australia in the middle 80s when it was new.
Charlie Mopps - the theme-song of the Bush Music Club, collected by Redd Sullivan from the Chief Refrigeration engineer on the ss Tekoa in 1953 & localised with Sydney pubs. 2nd verse written by BMC member Peter Francis.
The Pommy's Lament - collected from Mrs Murial Whalen of Katoomba, NSW
Shickered as He Could Be - collected from a fisherman on Lake Macquarie with additional verses remembered by members.
A Battle of Wits by Matt O'Connor, Milparinka, NSW
Hurry Up by Stan Wakefield, Panania, NSW
Shearer Man (fragment of an Afghan's rhyme on shearing) - traditional, collected by Dennis Ryan, Sydney.
Singabout 3(4) (n.d.)
History of the Victorian Folk Music Club (est. 1959 as Victorian Bush Music Club)
New Songs Ringing on Gummin - by Duke Tritton
Pelican Joe - words & music by Stan Wakefield
The Stock Route Again - words & music by Stan Wakefield
The Maiden's Prayer - collected from "Cat" McCann in Gulgong, NSW
The Dying Stockman - collected from Mr Tom Newbound, Rutherglen, Vic
Old Poley Cow (air - Blue Tail Fly) - contributed by Jamie Carlin, who received this version from Mr Alf A. Ryall of Kojonup, WA.
Battler's Ballad - Jack Wright, Coogee, NSW
Bollon - Stan Wakefield, Panania, NSW.
Shearing Ditty (air - Marching Through Georgia) - contributed by Charlie Rundle, Louth, NSW