Ray Felton Parody Song And a Conversation With Sportscaster Van Earl Wright

 

Based on popular demand, the time has come to share the Raymond Felton parody song. A couple of days ago a longtime listener David Lowder reached out to me and asked me to play the Felton song. It took me a moment and suddenly I remembered what he was referring to. During Felton's bad run as a Blazer, Lowder contacted me and asked if we could collaborate and make a parody song. I agreed and the rest is history. I had forgotten about the song, but it's timely considering who the Blazers are playing in the first round.

The song is a remake of Bobby Brown's "My Prerogative."

Van Earl Wright is one of the sportscasters who inspired me when I was younger. Before the internet, I had to rely on the 10-minute ticker and CNN Headline Sports to get my Denver Broncos updates on Sunday. They would run twice an hour and Wright was the voice behind the highlights. He was a man before his time because he did it his way with flare and fun.

It's always a treat to have the opportunity to speak with the people I grew up admiring. You can hear my conversation with Van Earl Wright and the Raymond Felton parody song on the latest episode of the "What's Chad Doing" Podcast.

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