Thankfully, there’s a lot more to country music’s relationship with comedy than Jeff Foxworthy. Riders in the Sky have been poking affectionate fun at Sons of the Pioneers-style cowboy music from the Opry stage for more than three decades. Newer to the scene are The Cleverlys, a hillbilly-bluegrass quintet that’s a family the same way that Doyle and Debbie are husband and wife. In a video that made it onto Will Ferrell’s Funny or Die, the band’s blind bass player attempts skeet shooting. You can imagine how that turns out. But live performance is really their thing. They’ll do things like, say, show up at last year’s International Bluegrass Musician Association conference and act the part of polyester suit-wearing bluegrass stereotypes while covering club-bangers of the new millennium, like the Black Eyed Peas’ “I Gotta Feeling.” Whether you take it as a playful statement about traditionalism and pop influence or as pure entertainment — either works — these guys know how to play.