Tim Kaine, America’s Dad, Plays The Harmonica Like A Boss

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Tim Kaine plays the harmonica (Twitter)

Can Tim Kaine Get Any More Adorable? Yes. Yes, he can.

The Democratic vice presidential nominee put on quite a show while making a campaign stop at the Catawba brewery in Asheville North Carolina, breaking out a harmonica during a rendition of Bob Dylan’s “Wagon Wheel.” Afterward, he ordered a White Zombie, one of the breweries local selections, and left a $5 tip.

"That felt great," Kaine said in an interview with CBS. "Nothing makes me more nervous than doing that, but it's good to get out of your comfort zone."

See, the thing is, Tim Kaine, aka “your Dad,” is actually a really good harmonica player. In a separate interview he disclosed that he travels with no less than SIX HARMONICAS in his briefcase at all times.

And just when you thought this story couldn’t get any more adorable, it does.

That’s because a second video of the festivities revealed that while Kaine was tearing it up to the Dylan classic, his wife Anne was CLOGGING just to stage left. We’re thinking the organizers of the Democratic National Convention are kicking (or, clogging) themselves for missing a chance to introduce America to this insanely cute couple with some bluegrass jamming.

Afterward, they finished off the night with barbecue and banana pudding. Because Tim Kaine may be your Dad, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t know how to have a good time.

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