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This month, musician Dayna Kurtz comes out with two new albums, American Standard and Secret Canon Vol. 1. This plan fits her style since she doesn't like to commit to any one genre. She even likens herself to a junk store sifter who finds beauty in things long lost. Kurtz sits down for a performance chat with guest host Viviana Hurtado.
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