Daigle Bites season 2 is a special audio journey hosted by Grammy Award-winning artist, Lauren Daigle. The multi-platinum singer is sitting down with some of her all-time heroes in different fields to answer her most asked question: “What would Lauren Daigle be doing if she wasn’t pursuing music?”
Each compelling interview will explore the passion and purpose behind the guest’s start in their respective careers. Special guests from this season include psychotherapist and New York Times-bestselling author Lori Gottlieb, astronaut Shane Kimbrough, renowned author and podcaster Annie Downs, Netflix’s Big Flower Fight judge Kristen Griffith-VanderYacht, and more.
Through stories of success, failure, challenges, and victories, you’ll walk away inspired to tap into the sense of childlike curiosity that urges us all to rediscover our dreams. New episodes of Daigle Bites will drop every Wednesday, only on Amazon Music: amazon.com/DaigleBites.
How Alli Webb Founded an Empire with DryBar
This week on Daigle Bites, Lauren is joined by bestselling author and founder of DryBar, Alli Webb.
Inspiration Class with Morgan Harper Nichols
When Morgan was diagnosed with autism, it was an immense relief. Now, it has become her superpower.
Bob Goff Taught Lauren Daigle to Dream Big and Laugh About It
In this episode, Lauren sits down with one of the biggest influences in her life: New York Times Bestselling author of Love Does, Bob Goff. Bob is on a mission to help people recapture the version of their lives they dreamed about before fear started calling the shots. Lauren reveals how his teachings were instrumental in finding her purpose.
Season 2 of Daigle Bites is available exclusively on Amazon Music. Follow the show on the Amazon Music app to listen to new episodes every Wednesday: amazon.com/DaigleBites.
Mattie Bush, the Small Business Inspiration of Nashville
Both Lauren Daigle and Mattie Bush of Amelia’s Flowers have become Nashville staples in their own right. They compare journeys as young, female-led business owners and wonder: how do you stay curious once you’re established?
Olympian Ryan Murphy Swims for Gold
When Ryan Murphy was just eight years old, he dreamed of becoming an Olympic swimmer and breaking world records.
Can You Remain Connected to your Faith after Deep Hurt and Mistrust?
This week on Daigle Bites, Lauren gets vulnerable with author, priest and non-profit founder Becca Stevens. Becca leads Thistle Farms, a nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to helping female survivors recover and heal from trafficking and addiction.
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I really enjoy hearing about the songs and your life!!! God Bless you! ❤️
I LOVE LAUREN DAIGLE!!!!!!!!!!
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I am 12 and I love Lauren Daigle she is such in inspiration to me! But I have a question for you, what is the true story behind You Say