The Sartorial Geek Podcast
For Christmas with Kerry Frances
This week’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful geeky illustrator Karen Hallion. Click here to check out her beautiful art and her Patreon!
We could not be more excited to welcome Kerry Frances back, and for something so special!
You may remember Kerry from Episode 91, where she talked about starring in her first movie—freaking Knives Out! Now Kerry is back to celebrate the release of her first single, titled “For Christmas.”
You can listen wherever you normally listen to music, like right here on Spotify. There’s nothing like a little Christmas music to get you in the holiday spirit.
Thanks for listening, enjoy your holidays, and stay nerdy!
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