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Daniel Radin (Lake Saint Daniel)

Are you ready for some good things? Well, this week Daniel Radin and I discussed his first solo album under the name Lake Saint Daniel. Good Things was an exploration of all the things we have going on around us that are actually good. With so much going on this year, it’s an album I can’t wait to spend time with. Good Things drops Friday, October 9th. Enjoy the episode!

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