Samuel Day has had the honor of of performing alongside artists like Colton Dixon, and at venues such as the Bunbury music festival, the Champion's Club at Heinz Field, home of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sonfest, Kingdom Come Festival, and more. Whether he is turning out catchy pop jams, pump-up anthems, or heartfelt worship, he continues to make waves as a performer, songwriter, and producer for both himself as well as other artists like Dominique Horsley, TCA Worship, and MillyAnn.
Hailing from the Cincinnati area, Day spent his college years as a music major playing everything from jazz to classical music while working with and producing groups ranging from funk and hip hop to rock. Despite spending significant time as a producer and mixing engineer for other artists, he continually maintained a dream to see his own music become a reality. Now, with several music videos under his belt and a slew of live concerts, Samuel Day is only just getting started.
Day has learned and often executed much of his process personally: producing and mixing most of his own material, creating the artwork for many of his releases, directing and editing music videos for "The Roses" and "The Screen", and even creating lyric videos for "This Love" and "Rise" and. Even so, he's learned to expand his team and continues to do so; working alongside names such as mixing engineer Doug Weier (MercyMe, Newsboys) and mastering engineer Mike Cervantes (For King & Country, Elevation Worship, Skillet).
Aside from music, Sam is also involed in ministry at his church, Faith Christian Fellowship of Trenton, and is also stepping into the world of acting, both for the screen and the stage.
Rock fans may also recognize Day as the frontman and producer of the band Reclaimers, which has recently appeared in the top 10 of CMW Rock radio charts with their single "Say What You Will".
Sam wants his music to give a voice to victory, which informs why his sounds have often have an anthemic, encouraging focus. As he's often saying on his YouTube channel, he believes in always moving "Onward and Upward".