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GenresIndie, Rock, Alternative, Alt-Country Americana, Modern rock, Newgrass More...
LocationOmaha NE United States
Sounds LikeCounting Crows, Modest Mouse, Bright Eyes, Transit, The Afghan Whigs
Digital Locationwww.clearthedaymusic.com musicpage.com/cleartheday
HistoryMember since: 02/11/2013 Year Founded: 2012
- Original material: 00 hrs : 45 min
- Cover material: 01 hrs : 00 min
- CDs released: 1
- CDs sold: 100
- Digital songs sold: 10
- Original Songs: 8
- Average Draw: 50
- Largest crowd: 100
- Have sound: Full PA
- Licensed songs: 6
Suggested Tracks: "Morning Run", "Forever Is Now", "…Listening", and “Crazy Love”
“…Listening is refreshing both musically and lyrically” –Mav Radio
“Their frontman learned music theory from a unique source” –Marq Manner
Omaha, NE band Clear the Day is a blend of indie rock, folk, bluegrass, americana, & pop punk. Their debut album titled “…Listening” was recently licensed with MTV, Discovery, E!, Oxygen, and Nascar Productions. The album was also added to 159 college, high school, and community radio stations across the U.S. and Canada in 2014 which included some large markets such as Chicago, Los Angeles, Portland, Denver, Atlanta, and San Antonio. "...Listening" has also been nominated for best Alternative/Indie band at the 2015 Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards. “…Listening” was recorded with Jeremy Garrett who has worked with major label artists like Citizen Cope, Alicia Keys, and Erykah Badu. Most of Clear The Day’s songs are honest and serious with topics of self reflection, spirituality, and love such as “…Listening” and “Morning Run”. Other songs have a fun, yet dark sarcasm about life, sound such as “Gone” & “Crazy Love” which feature signature banjo and fiddle licks from Josh Krohn of The Dirty River Ramblers. Kansas City blues veteran Scott “Shag” Runquist, known for his progressive jam band Grand Element, lends some keys on “Morning Run” & “Listening”. This is the first release from the Omaha, NE based independent record label Veer Music.
Singer songwriter Mark Gregory has been performing in various Omaha bands for over 12 years, but this is his first project where he wrote all the music. North Carolina native drummer Ricky Green has jazz roots and played in productions at Duke University. Bassist Pat Whitlock has worked with Peanut and Essay Martinez from 311 in the past. Originally from Baltimore, Clear The Day's lead guitarist Jon Snyder brings a modern and international sound as he recently played in a rock band in Japan. Clear The Day is happy to voice any radio drops, do interviews, or play shows.
, Clear The Day's lead guitarist Jon
Snyder brings a modern and international sound as he recently played
in a rock band in Japan. Contact us at [email protected]