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Topic - Joe Mailander
For a musical duo that have known each other since they were 3 years old, there's something extra special about landing a Grammy nomination for Best Children's Album.
Mailander said they want to make four such records in all, and are eyeing future outings in the Rocky Mountains and along the Pacific coast.
"It was a typical boyhood friendship," said Mailander, 28, who now splits his time between Minneapolis and New York City. "Doing things outside, fishing, going down to the creek, playing catch. It was just being kids at the time, but we found when we started making music together that those were the memories we returned to."