Tegan and Sara on Their Grammy-Nominated DVD "Get Along"

Join WatchMojo.com as we sit down with Sara of Tegan and Sara to discuss their Grammy-nominated DVD "Get Along," as well as the band's loyal following and their favorite musicians to cover. (Hint: Rihanna does come up.)

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