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Kings favorite Dustin Paul releases the fun song Lucky Day. The ukulele laced track took on a life of its own. Dustin who wrote the song with other songwriters was going to release it as a single until a publishing company decided to pitch the song to other artists. Dustin notes, “It was really hard for me to give up the song in that moment because it was supposed to be our single, but we didn’t want to turn down a good opportunity”. The track eventually made its way to a 5 piece alternative act on a major label and landed on several commercials. Of course the band fizzled out. I think the goal was to replicate the success of American Authors MEGAHIT ‘Best Day Of My Life‘, but lightning never strikes at the same place. Now, Dustin reclaimed the song. “I am biased, but honestly I never really felt their version had the same soul to it that ours did. It’s been a long time coming to release the original version, and I’m excited that just has finally happened”. Give the track a stream.
dustinpaulmusic@gmail.com

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