The Thanksgiving song: “You’re Welcomesgiving”

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The Thanksgiving song: “You’re Welcomesgiving”

With the holiday season’s arrival each year, people often skip over Thanksgiving festivities and move straight along to Christmas time. Radio stations play a part in this as well, playing Christmas music instantly after Halloween ends. Thanksgiving songs consistently receive no acknowledgment, as no musician desires the need to produce anything of that nature: until now. 
The song, produced by The Chant’s Media Manager Nia Simone-Sherwood and Photo Editor Haley Kish, ties into their own experience of the true essence of Thanksgiving.

With the holiday season’s arrival each year, people often skip over Thanksgiving festivities and move straight along to Christmas time. Radio stations play a part in this as well, playing Christmas music instantly after Halloween ends. Thanksgiving songs consistently receive no acknowledgment, as no musician desires the need to produce anything of that nature: until now. The song, produced by The Chant’s Media Manager Nia Simone-Sherwood and Photo Editor Haley Kish, ties into their own experience of the true essence of Thanksgiving.

Dominik Perez

With the holiday season’s arrival each year, people often skip over Thanksgiving festivities and move straight along to Christmas time. Radio stations play a part in this as well, playing Christmas music instantly after Halloween ends. Thanksgiving songs consistently receive no acknowledgment, as no musician desires the need to produce anything of that nature: until now. The song, produced by The Chant’s Media Manager Nia Simone-Sherwood and Photo Editor Haley Kish, ties into their own experience of the true essence of Thanksgiving.

Dominik Perez

Dominik Perez

With the holiday season’s arrival each year, people often skip over Thanksgiving festivities and move straight along to Christmas time. Radio stations play a part in this as well, playing Christmas music instantly after Halloween ends. Thanksgiving songs consistently receive no acknowledgment, as no musician desires the need to produce anything of that nature: until now. The song, produced by The Chant’s Media Manager Nia Simone-Sherwood and Photo Editor Haley Kish, ties into their own experience of the true essence of Thanksgiving.

Haley Kish and Nia-Simone Sherwood

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