Tonight on Under The Radar, it’s local band love as The Clementines visit the KKFI studios to chat with John Todd. Tune in for a rockin’ start to your summer weekend!

About the band:

The Clementines began as an acoustic duo in March of 2011. They immediately jumped into songwriting, constructing heartfelt songs of an alternative rock & blues persuasion, with the occasional touch of jazz, folk, and pop. After a year of performing nearly every venue in the Kansas City area, as well as Columbia and Lawrence, KS, and receiving great critical praise from a variety of music reviewers, The Clementines decided to add to their sound. They expanded into a 4 piece group, adding a rocking new rhythm section to the mix. Now, just over a year later, The Clementines are finishing up a full length self titled album, booking gigs all over KC, and moving people with their music. The best has yet to come from these passionate musicians.

ON Under the Radar | July 18, 2013 | 10:00 pm

The Clementines!

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Tonight on Under The Radar, it’s local band love as The Clementines visit the KKFI studios to chat with John Todd. Tune in for a rockin’ start to your summer weekend!

About the band:

The Clementines began as an acoustic duo in March of 2011. They immediately jumped into songwriting, constructing heartfelt songs of an alternative rock & blues persuasion, with the occasional touch of jazz, folk, and pop. After a year of performing nearly every venue in the Kansas City area, as well as Columbia and Lawrence, KS, and receiving great critical praise from a variety of music reviewers, The Clementines decided to add to their sound. They expanded into a 4 piece group, adding a rocking new rhythm section to the mix. Now, just over a year later, The Clementines are finishing up a full length self titled album, booking gigs all over KC, and moving people with their music. The best has yet to come from these passionate musicians.

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