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‘Why is it W?’ by the Baby Grands

posted by Nell Minow

The Baby Grands make music for children and their families. The songs are singable and lots of fun.

Now they are giving families a chance to make their kids and dogs part of a montage in a new video for their song “Wet Nose Friend,” featured on their myspace page and on their recently released self-titled debut on Backspace Records. Send them video clips of children and dogs by going to You Send It and enter submit@backspacerecords.com in the “To” box and your own email address in the “From” box. Enter the “Subject” as Backspace Records Wet Nose Friend Submission and send in video files no larger than 100MB each. In the “Select A File” box, click the “Browse” button to upload media from your computer. Then click “Send It” to deliver the file. You do not need to check any method of delivery box. Good luck, and if your clip is selected, let me know!



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