Gracie Day is a resident of Southbridge and a Worcester County based singer and songwriter. Day became a full time musician at the age of 26 when she discovered that people enjoyed listening to her music. In 2017, Day opened the show for John Lodge of the Moody Blues and won "Best New Act" at the New England Music Awards. She then released a song called "Tennessee" which has received thousands of plays on Spotify. Additionally, Day landed a license deal and now her songs can be heard on Boston and New England FM stations.
"I'm passionate about the arts in general and the importance it has in peoples' lives and the fact that they can express and interpret their own feelings through it." Day said. Day is currently promoting her latest music release, "The Nashville Sessions" and is excited to be working on her first full record.
- Alexandra Rodriguez, Pulse Magazine