The Cleverlys - Billy Bob's Texas

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The Cleverlys

POSTPONED - More information coming soon.


The BBT team has been working diligently with artists and their representatives to evaluate possible postponed or rescheduled shows.

The Cleverlys has been postponed. Rescheduled dates will be available soon. All current tickets will be valid for the rescheduled performance dates. If you are unable to attend the new concert dates or have any questions regarding your tickets, please contact tickets@billybobstexas.com with the concert name and ticket confirmation number if available.

A note from our Ticketing Manager:

Hello all,

I am processing refunds as fast as humanly possible. Keep in mind that we have a ton of requests rolling in, all at once. Please only email tickets@billybobstexas.com with refund requests at this time. Include as much relevant info as possible. Thank You!

-Amanda


About The Cleverlys

The Cleverlys are a one-of-a-kind comedy/music blend coming from the remote part of the Ozark Mountains, near Cane Spur, Arkansas.

Digger Cleverly, along with his nephews Ricky Lloyd, Sock, DVD and Cub, make up The Cleverlys. They have traveled the globe, if the globe only consisted of the United States, performing at music venues and some of the nation’s largest festivals like Stagecoach, Telluride, CMA Music Fest and even the Grand Ole Opry.

The New York Times wrote, “If Earl Scruggs, Dolly Parton, and Spinal Tap spawned a litter of puppies, it would be the Cleverlys.”

Don’t be fooled by this faux-family band – they are all accomplished musicians putting their unique bluegrass spin on cover songs from any genre.  The Cleverlys’ set list includes genius arrangements of tunes like Psy’s “Gangnam Style,” a medley of Blackstreet’s “No Diggity,” and Flo Rida’s “Low” that recently went viral on Facebook, with over 11 million views from a local TV appearance.

Rolling Stone Magazine says Digger’s “out-of-date eyeglasses are as thick as his hillbilly accent, but whose comic sensibilities are a hilariously off-kilter hybrid of Homer & Jethro and The Office.”

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