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Faker Tots: The 'Kids' In Sing-Alongs Aren't So Young As You May Think

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Faker Tots: The 'Kids' In Sing-Alongs Aren't So Young As You May Think

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Faker Tots: The 'Kids' In Sing-Alongs Aren't So Young As You May Think

Faker Tots: The 'Kids' In Sing-Alongs Aren't So Young As You May Think

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Sometimes the kids you hear on records for kids aren't really kids. In fact, there's a crew of adult singers in Nashville that specializes in sounding young — very young. Blake Farmer of WPLN sat in on one of the group's recording sessions.

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