Multi Instrumentalist/Composer Kris "King" Day has taken on a number of roles over the years playing a wide variety of styles. Rockabilly, alternative, folk, bluegrass, gypsy jazz, cajun, western swing are all influences to draw upon for inspiration. Most well known as bassist for rock n roll legends like Link Wray, Dale Hawkins, & Ronnie Dawson and his 19 year association with neo-rockabilly pioneers King Memphis, Kris has also been seen playing guitar for the likes of Ray Campi & Eddie Kirkland and sitting in on drums for Carter Family disciples Poor Valley Salvation Society. Kris joined the band Harpswell Sound in 2006 and added the low end for the heralded "Lets Go Anyway" disc produced by grammy nominated producer Kramer (Ween). In 2007 Sean Mencher & His Rythm Kings hit the studio and asked Day to do the recording. Seans first solo disc since his days with High Noon the world renown rockabilly trio, you can hear Day's upright slap bass style on classics like "Dark Eyes" and the Mencher penned "Little Baby Doll". Never one to rest on his laurels Kris began playing with 3 time BEST JAZZ ACT (Phoenix Best Music Poll) The Hot Club of Portland performing the hot jazz style music of the 30's and early 40's. The gig proved to be a natural fit that worked well with the old style gut string plucking that Day has become known for. Kris most recent venture has been signing on on with local legends Jerks of Grass on bass and vocals and joined them on the first disc of their 12 year career. 2 Day originals, "Something" & the title track "Come On Home" hit the airwaves in 2009 and became the first 2 tracks to feature Day as a vocalist. The band hit Relix Magazines top 10 in June of 2009 rubbing elbows with the likes of Derek Trucks, David Byrne, & The Bad Plus among others. Kris continues to play with an array of artist in a variety of styles and is looking forward to completing material for a solo recording later this year. Stay tuned to theAlmightyDay.com for up to date news and music.