Clintons ham it up; Noah Gundersen sets precedent

Fans of the Clintons, a Bozeman-based country/pop group, dance along while John McLellan, guitarist and vocalist of The Clintons, and percussionist Josh Keehr, perform at YVBC Aug. 30.
Fans of the Clintons, a Bozeman-based country/pop group, dance along while John McLellan, guitarist and vocalist of the Clintons, and percussionist Josh Keehr, perform at YVBC Aug. 30.
John McLellan, guitarist and vocalist of the Bozeman-based country/rock band the Clintons, gives a friendly wink during a performance at YVBC.
McLellan gives a friendly wink during a performance at YVBC.

John McLellan, guitarist and vocalist of the Bozeman-based country/pop band the Clintons, and Josh Keehr, the band’s percussionist, have the Montana market on “cheese.”

McLellan and Keehr, who occasionally tour as an acoustic duo performing songs from the Clintons’ repertoire, were in a jocular mood during their Saturday performance at YVBC. I couldn’t help but laugh at their snide stage banter and tapped my toe along with their easy-listening tunes.

Their set list included a love song for Hillary Clintonand a serenade to the chain-smoking 60-something cocktail waitress they “fell in love with” at the bowling alley.

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