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Now displaying: November, 2017
Nov 22, 2017

The Ignited team is super thankful to the amazing listeners, like you who tune in and support the show. We will continue to bring amazing stories of how music and food effects the lives of those we are interviewing, and also our own lives. We can’t express how grateful we are that you are along for the ride.

In this slightly ADD episode, find out what's been keeping Lauren busy, how Greg utilizes his vocal jazz performance degree to serenade his dog, and how Lauren almost chose to study French horn in college. Hear some amazing ways to prepare a Turkey (although it’s too late to start some of these for Thanksgiving), and also hear how a King Ranch casserole destroyed Thanksgiving. 

Whether you are prepping a Thanksgiving feast, or commuting out to see family, grab your mulled cider, your stretchy pants, and pop this episode on for a listen. 

We’d love to hear your favorite or least favorite Thanksgiving memory. Feel free to shoot us an email or leave them in the comments below.  

 

Happy Thanksgiving y'all

Nov 15, 2017

I was connected to DJ Chaney through the producer for the Ignited Podcast: DJ Kendrick. From the moment I started talking with Chaney, I was drawn into his energy. He has an upbeat and energized demeanor that just makes you feel like everything is weird, but also A-OK. He smiles a lot. He takes what you say to heart. And he talks about music like it changed his life--and, I'd venture to say it did indeed.

He was introduced to the music video directors that handled a few of the videos for the band One Direction, and after a series of events (tune in for details), these same directors agreed to work on the music video for his latest release: Saxo Jungle. 

Listen in to the episode to get these details plus more about his upbringing, his love for Houston, and what it felt like to survive the Las Vegas shooting. 

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