Chuck Day Country Music

Chuck Day has gone from small town Georgia boy to international recording artist with a remarkable string of number one hits.

Chuck Day Recieving the Recording Artist of the Year awardAlong with his family group Chuck made his first recording project when he was just 12 years old and began traveling and entertaining. Before he was 18 Chuck had recorded 4 albums with his family group, The Day Family, at the legendary Happy Goodman Family Studios.
Since then Chuck has worked in several music genres and has traveled with several of the top Southern Gospel music groups as well as several Country bands including Freddy Fender, Marty Haggard and many others.
For several years in the early 90’s Chuck traveled with his brother Greg and Greg’s wife; Heather as the Christian Country group The Days. The Days traveled extensively around the United States and were regulars on The Trinity Broadcasting Network’s Praise the Lord program for 4 years.

Chuck Day with Family Group The Days

Chuck Day (left) with his family group the Days

Chuck is one of todays top singer/songwriters and is a pioneer in the Christian Country and Country Gospel industries. He has written and co-written more than 15 Number One Songs in the Christian and Country genres. As well, Chuck has had songs recorded by such names as; Gold City, Clay Cross, Michael English, Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, The Hoppers, Rebecca St. James, Barry Wayne, Bob Carlisle, and many others.
Midnight Cry is the one of the most notable song that Chuck has written. Chuck penned this number one song in 1986 along with his brother, Greg. Since then this song has been awarded Song of the Year by The Singing News Fan Awards at the National Quartet Convention. It was also named Christian Music Song of the Decade, and in 2000 was named one of the Top 20 Christian Music Songs of the Century. Recently Chuck received an award for Midnight Cry being one of the most recorded songs in the history of all of Christian music. Chuck has also penned the political masterpiece “I’ll Stand Up and Say So” which was preformed live at the 2010 March on Washington, In Madison Wisconsin on the steps of the State Capitol during the event when Sarah Palin made her most famous speech, and the 2012 Announcement of Herman Cain’s political intention to run for the Presidential Race. I’ll Stand UP and say So has also won Song of the Year in 2011 from the ICM Faith Family and Country Award Show and has been a theme song for many Americans who wish to express values as a free speaking citizens.

Interntional Recording Artist Chuck DayChuck records for NewStep Records and tours throughout the United States and the world through out the year. His songs can be heard on Christian and Country radio stations in the U.S. and around the world as well as found on Itunes, and Spotify . Chuck holds both a Doctorate of Theology degree and a Doctorate of Divinity while also practicing as an Ordained Minister, Chuck was named a Kentucky Colonel in 2000 by Governor Paul Patton of Kentucky.
Chuck has received 2 RIAA Certified Gold Video Awards for 2 of the Bill Gaither Homecoming Videos featuring the hit song Midnight Cry. Chuck has also received awards from the ICGMA (International Country Gospel Music Association) such as Entertainer of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, Songwriter of the Decade and was inducted into the ICGMA Hall of Fame in 2000, from the Inspirational Country Music Awards in Nashville, TN; he’s received Male Vocalist of the Year, Song of the Year and Entertainer of the year awards. Chuck proudly endorses Martin Guitars, Lamplifier Microphones and uses Cedar Creek Custom Guitar Cases.