Host, Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian,  chats with Lance Horne who is an Emmy Award winning composer, lyricist, singer, pianist, producer and music director. We’ll chat about his  CD, "First Things Last," and share some recipes and views on vegetarian food! Mr. Horne writes in various genres such as musical theater, rock, classical, film and broadcast television. Mr. Horne received a 2008 Daytime Emmy for Best Original Song (“Chemistry,” One Life to Live), 2010 Bistro for Best Album (Alan Cumming), 2006 Jonathan Larson Award (composer-lyricist), and multiple ASCAP Young Composer/Member Awards. His CD, "First Things Last," is his debut recording bridging pop, rock, theater and jazz. The CD features stage and screen stars such as Alan Cumming, Cheyenne Jackson, Ricki Lake, and more. Lance served as a musical consultant for the film Burlesque, starring Christina Aguilera and Cher. He co-produced Alan Cumming’s album I Bought A Blue Car Today and has served as Music Director for the NBC Orchestra and performances with Sandra Bernhard, Sydney Dance Company, the Boston Pops, Atlanta Symphony,  Adam Lambert, Ann Hampton Callaway and the New York Pops. Lance has been heard at Carnegie Hall, American Opera Projects, Sirius XM Satellite Radio, and at Sydney Opera House. He holds a Bachelors and Masters in Music Composition from The Juilliard School and has provided arrangements for the Boston Pops and the Broadway production of Little Women. His opera, Three Lost Chords, was praised in The New York Times when it debuted at New York’s Zipper Theater in 2008. In 2009 Ourboros, his classical composition for flute and piano, debuted at Zankel Hall. Horne is serving as Music Director for the workshop Alice By Heart, the new musical from Spring Awakening Tony Award-winners Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater.