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What A Day consist of four 18 and 19 year old guys who met under dubious yet predestined circumstances. Brackston was a home-schooled child that picked up the guitar after being beaten up at a Dairy Queen. He was majorly influenced by Switchfoot and Justin Timberlake. After 15 long hard home schooling years, Brack moved to the town of Rio Vista. After being beaten up at another local Dairy Queen, Brackston had a new desire to start a band. Then he met the man known as Jacob. Jacob's obsession with garden gnomes captured Brackston's attention and the immediate bond was made. After Jacob learned through ancestry.com, that he had deep ties to the Keebler Elves. He found the sudden passion to carve garden gnomes from trees. After accidentally creating a bass guitar from an ash tree. Jacob knew it was a sign to join Brackston's quest of banddom. Soon thereafter the boy Ryne stumbled upon the quest. Ryne's lack of a social life made him an instant fit as the missing piece of the puzzle. The piece that is the drums. Ryne's drumming ability greatly surpassed that of any human being. After denying allegations that he was an alien, Ryne became a permanent member of the band. (We still spot him climbing into spaceships and making crop circles late at night). And then there is Chaz. Charles, if you will. After being cast into a state of hoboness the band discovered this poor fellow dancing with a sign at a stop light. He was the last missing piece of the band puzzle. After buying Chaz a new pair of whitey tighties and shaving the mess that was his beard, he became our second guitarist. And that is the story of What A Day. When we aren't getting beaten up at Dairy Queens, carving gnomes from trees, making crop circles, or dancing at stoplights we enjoy making music and creative writing. Ultimately we are serious about the common dream we have that is to make music that challenges people to break away from the norm and re-assess the way they view the world.