Doyle Turner and Ted Hajnasiewicz have already made plenty of cool and exciting contributions to the music canon. As individuals, they can easily be seen as local legends in their Minnesota home patch, regional ones to watch across the Mid-West, and as rising stars on the national scene. But, as their album title says, together, they are indeed nothing short of international treasures. Some might feel that it is a name that would be a lot to live up to. But not to me because I have been giving their album plenty of spins…

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