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[Laughs] I happened to be friends with Zach Braff and I played him the song.And he told me, “You know, you should demo that song and send it to Bill Lawrence – who created the show Scrubs – because he’s always looking for new music to put on the show.” And I just thought, whatever, you know.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.” And I’d just say, “Okay.” One of those weird serendipitous kind of things and I got really lucky to be in the right time at the right place.Well that immediate thing that happened right away made me decide to throw all my energy into writing songs.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.
I think for almost every song I’ve ever written someone’s called and asked me, “Can we use that?
And people were trying to find me everywhere, they were writing into the show, so I had to put the song on Myspace. It wasn’t like this overnight success, I had a few fans that sought me out, asking me to write more songs because something touched a nerve with them.
I just started slowly but surely writing more songs and I started playing a few little gigs in the Village in New York and then Hotel Café in Hollywood.
The songs "Today", "Closer", "Don't Look Away" and "These Photographs" were also used on the show.
Singer-songwriter Joshua Radin has a special knack for capturing and reflecting on life-defining moments. A post shared by Joshua Radin (@joshuaradin) on That’s a good question. And I think that probably comes from having an art background and then writing screenplays for years.
And invariably some music supervisor would be there at the show and say, “That song that you said was new, do you have a demo of it?