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Danny Bonaduce gets a Seattle radio show

DannyCome on get happy Seattle. Danny Bonaduce is going to host a morning radio show on 102.5 KZOK.

Why Seattle?

"Seattle is the most beautiful city I have ever seen. Plus, I’ve never been arrested there, so that’s good. The first time I saw Seattle, I thought someone put a major metropolitan city in the middle of Yosemite National Park. I can’t believe I get to live and work there. I’m excited about coming to Seattle because I met my wife at Starbucks. Can’t wait to go to the very first Starbucks. It’s like the holy grail," Bonaduce says in a KZOK statement.

He also says, "You know that Seattle is a great music town. Did you know that Seattle was the first city to play the Beatles on the radio? This is the place for me."

Bonaduce, who will forever be Danny Partridge for me, begins November 14th.

(Getty images)

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