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And I had to learn how to play on stage, because I never wanted to be on stage or be in front of a camera.I always wanted to do things creatively behind the scenes.Joshua Radin is an acoustic singer/songwriter from Cleveland, Ohio.When close friend and actor/film-maker Zach Braff heard a demo of Radin's song "Winter," he was immediately interested, and got the song onto the show Scrubs in the episode "My Screw Up." The song received an overwhelmingly positive response and gave Radin substantial exposure with the show's demographic.In a silly comedy, they don’t have many moments like that, so a lot of the fans perked their ears up.It crashed the NBC website when the show aired because people were trying to figure out who wrote the song.

This was the first thing I ever tried that was just a hobby and the audience sort of found me in the early days of Myspace and TV and film, things like that.And people would just seek me out and say, “Where can I get your music? And then pretty quickly the hobby became a career, very fortunately.” And I’d just write them back and say, “Well, I don’t really have any other music. I never thought I had the confidence or the talent to do something like this for a living, and people just started writing me and saying, “You’re wrong.” That’s what I mean, like, who starts learning a few chords on the guitar at age 30 and then thinks they’re going to be a professional musician. With “Winter” I had learned six chords on the guitar and I thought, I wonder if I can write a song that uses these six chords.I’m not a radio artist so it’s not like any of my songs are being shoved down people’s throats for 50 rotations a day on pop stations. I feel like every one of my fans feels a little bit of ownership when it comes to me and my music, because they had to work a little bit more to find me.I think for almost every song I’ve ever written someone’s called and asked me, “Can we use that?

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