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Williams and Ree will return
Williams and Ree, the comedy team that met while
attending Black Hills State, will return to their alma
mater for a show Tuesday, April 25 at 7 p.m. at the David
B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union multi-purpose room.
Since their days at BH, when they both claim to be
majoring in draft dodging, they have performed across the
country while sharing the stage with acts such as Garth
Brooks, The Oak Ridge Boys, Randy Travis and others. They
have also made their mark in television, appearing often
on "The Nashville Network."
Although Williams and Ree bill themselves as "The
Indian and the White Guy," their hilarious pointed
jabs tend to wander from their traditional Indian-White
Guy jokes to poking fun at just about everyone. In fact,
they can poke fun at almost anything and garner laughs
along the way. Their good-humored jesting has made them a
perennial favorite across America.
Williams and Ree began playing together in a band in
1968. They filled the time between songs with their own
brand of humor. Soon, their humor became a bigger draw
than their band, and so the comedy team was born.
The two polished their act at the famous Comedy Store
in Los Angeles during the 1970s, testing out new material
and tightening their performance. Their show is lively,
fast paced, funny and full of zings interspersed with
songs. "The truth of the matter is that we pick on
everyone, no matter what their background," said
Ree. "We do songs, we do comedy. Actually, I don't
like to label it comedy. I just think we entertain
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