What does a former camp counselor who studied German and spent ten years playing college coffeehouses do with his life? Write and sing award-winning children’s music, of course. Roger Day takes inspiration from The Beatles, U2 and even The Clash. A two time Parents’ Choice® Gold Award winner, he’s worked with artists such as the Indigo Girls, Nanci Griffith and The Crickets (Buddy Holly’s legendary band). Roger’s skilled musicianship combines with his wit and wordplay to create a musical experience that parents enjoy as much as their kids. Find out more at Roger’s website.
Awards & Accomplishments
Radio Disney played the title song; “I like Yaks” went to number 1 on SiriusXM’s Kids Place Live; and he won his first Parents’ Choice® Gold Award. He won his second Parents’ Choice© Gold Award with the 2010 release WHY DOES GRAY MATTER? Described as “Schoolhouse Rock for the 21st Century” it made innovative use of “the brain” as a theme for every song. It got a nice mention in the New York Times and was featured on the KidsHealth.org website.