Second Amendments

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The Second Amendments is a bipartisan conservative rock/country/country rock band, all of the members of which were also members of the United States House of Representatives. It features Representatives Collin Peterson (DFL-Minnesota) on guitar and lead vocals, Thaddeus McCotter (R-Michigan) on lead guitar, Dave Weldon (R-Florida) on bass, Jon Porter (R-Nevada) on keyboards, and Kenny Hulshof (R-Missouri) on drums.

The name is a reference to the United States Constitution as well as a previous band of Peterson's named the Amendments.[1] The previous band broke up after their gigs became partisan with some members wanting to play at the Republican National Convention.[2]

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