American singer/songwriter/pianist Spencer Day's effortless blend of classic jazz, pop, soul, and folk has drawn comparisons to everyone from Harry Connick, Jr. to Jamie Cullum. Born in Utah and raised in Arizona by his mother, who was an accomplished music teacher and lyric soprano, Day spent his formative years soaking in the works of Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Joni Mitchell, and Paul Simon. Upon relocating to Los Angeles, Day released his debut album, Introducing Spencer Day, in 2004 on the High Fidelity label. The EP Movie of Your Life arrived in 2005, followed by Vagabond in 2009, the latter of which arrived on the Concord Jazz label. His next Concord date in 2013, The Mystery of You, found Day utilizing the same eclectic musical style but with a darker set of lyrics based on a failed romance. ~ James Christopher Monger & Al CampbellPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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