A Day To Remember band members
Jeremy McKinnon, Neil Westfall, Joshua Woodard, Alex Shelnutt, and Kevin Skaff
The rock band A Day to Remember was established in Ocala, Florida by founding members Bobby Scruggs, Joshua Woodward, Jeremy McKinnon, and Tom Denney in 2003. Shortly after coming together, A Day to Remember began an extensive touring schedule to drum up a fan base, bringing them to hundreds of US cities in their first year. The performances and growing buzz caught the attention of Victory Records, and A Day to Remember signed to their first record label in 2005.
A Day to Remember released the debut album From Those Who Have Heart in 2007. The album rose into the top twenty on the Heatseekers chart, but it was the follow up album, Homesick, that garnered A Day to Remember significant success after its release in 2009. Homesick rose into the top twenty on the charts and spawned the breakout single, “Have Faith In Me.” Since Homesick, A Day to Remember has released the albums What Separates Me from You (2010) and Common Courtesy (2013), featuring the singles: “All I Want,” “All Signs Point to Lauderdale,” “It’s Complicated,” “Right Back at It Again,” and “End of Me.”
A Day to Remember is on the rise and definitely a band to watch. With the current lineup of McKinnon, Woodard, Neil Westfall, Alex Shelnutt, and Kevin Skaff, A Day to Remember continues to tour extensively. The band has plans to return to the studio for a new album, expecting within the coming year.