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In this Feb. 4, 2016, file photo, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., gives a 'thumbs-up' as he takes his seat at the head table for the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Tim Kaine was spotted playing harmonica. Here are 13 former presidents who could join him


Have you seen Tim Kaine jam with a band at a North Carolina bar after a rally on Monday?

If he did become president, he wouldn't be the first one who was a musician. Here are 13 that could play and their instruments of choice, according to the National Association for Music Education.

Thomas Jefferson (Flute, cello)

John Quincy Adams (Flute)

John Tyler (Violin)

Abraham Lincoln (violin)

Chester A. Arthur (banjo)

Franklin Roosevelt (piano)

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Warren Harding (In his words, "every instrument but the slide trombone and the E-flat cornet.")

Woodrow Wilson


Calvin Coolidge (harmonica)

Richard Nixon plays his Piano Concerto #1

Harry Truman (piano)

Richard Nixon (piano and accordion. The song above is his own. Skip to 1:25.)

Bill Clinton On Arsenio Hall 1992 ElectionWallDotOrg.flv

Ronald Reagan (harmonica)

Bill Clinton
 (saxophone, but you knew that)

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