After a year long run, it's time to recollect our thoughts and engage in a little one on one with a very special AMA episode. Here, we listen to 13 unique questions about Jason as a dance artist, podcaster and person in general. Although some were not the most suitable to tackle first hand, this was a wonderful thought experiment and window into the host, producer and founder of the Background Dancer journey.
Don't forget, this episode is part of a double launch alongside the finale of Season 1 in the next one. In addition to this, we also have a brand new YouTube channel launched and ready to touch your life positively, and passionately.
Concluding the first season, this episode explores some of the toughest questions regarding the industry as well as more general ones about podcasting and the dance artist voyage. Ready to live through some of the toughest and most personal inquiries? Join us as we foreground dance in the background!
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