Our goal is to see lives touched as we lift up a song of praise. We do that by blending a mix of rock, pop, jazz and a little bit of country into original faith based music, popular Christian music and what we like to call positive popular hits. We seek to provide a thoroughly entertaining experience but one that also helps the listener touch the heart of God.
Price Range: $100 and up
Gig Length: 45 - 120 minutes
What to Expect
It's very hard to put this band in a box. Most of the music we perform is original. Styles range from rock to pop to jazz and occasionally a touch of country (but a very small touch).
Most of our concerts start off with more entertaining and message oriented songs. But our normal concerts tend to move eventually into a time to intense praise and worship. But, the band is very flexible and able to adapt it's concerts to suit any setting. But it will always be a concert that young and old will enjoy and you won't be afraid to have children in attendance.
The Scott Day Band has been in existence since 2003. In that time the band has played many churches, coffeehouses and festivals in the Maryland/Pennsylvania/Virginia region. With each change in band personnel over the years the sound of the band has evolved. Starting off more of a piano driven sound the current band has much more a guitar driven rock edge to it.
Additional Booking Notes
The band has equipment for a most indoor venues but has no lighting equipment. Sound equipment for outdoor venues will have to be provided by the venue.
Almost all of our music is original with a wide variety of styles
Here is the one from our last concert...
Do It Right
No Better Cure
I'm Gonna Trust In You
Fire In My Bones
I Look Up
I Choose The Truth
Somewhere Over The Rainbow
When It Rains
The Rock At The Bottom
Your Great Name
How Great Is Our God
|Tony Langston||Bass guitar|
|Gayle Swenson||Keyboard, vocals|
|Kris Swenson||Lead guitar, vocals|
|Scott Day||Guitar, vocals, trombone|
Influences & Inspiration
The Doobie Brothers, Phil Keaggy, Chris Tomlin and Matt Redman.
16 channel board, 4 microphones, inputs for 4 instruments and drum mics. We have our own sound system if needed.