A Day to Remember – Members

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A Day to Remember performing at Peace & Love 2010 in Borlänge, Sweden. From left to right: Neil Westfall, Jeremy McKinnon, Joshua Woodard and Kevin Skaff. Alex Shelnutt is not visible in the image.

1. Jeremy McKinnon

Jeremy McKinnon in 2014

He’s made full length records for Neck Deep, The Ghost Inside, and The Devil Wears Prada.
Jeremy McKinnon grew up with two sisters and was born in Gainesville, Florida. McKinnon went on to do building work got employment at Boston Market and afterwards. McKinnon’s interest in music arrived as an outcome of hanging out with a buddy’s group. McKinnon was inspired to compose and play music that was heavy Seventh Star, by a neighborhood group. McKinnon frequently got into trouble and consequently he’d compose music. Before joining drummer Bobby Scruggs and guitarist Tom Denney to form A Day McKinnon’s first group was the ska group All for Nothing.

Day and McKinnon have formed their own record label in partnership with Epitaph, they signed group Veara up.
But they weren’t Scocchi to seem foolish. Only, they created an excellent feeling, and I Have always adored this. Afterward I saw Rammstein in Germany, and the Flaming Lips, and that was the most crazy concert I Have ever seen. I am only attempting to mix and put in practice all the incredible things who I’ve loved over time.”

2. Neil Westfall

Neil Westfall

Since the group’s beginning in 2003, the rhythm guitarist likely has not experienced too many unfilled moments. Waiting for the lightning to quit and his bags to arrive, Neil talks about everything.

3. Joshua Woodard

The bassist of the metalcore, pop punk band A Day to Remember since 2003. He is from Orlando, Florida, too. He had a buddy who put the group in contact with an employee at Victory Records who signed ADTR prior to the release of the second album in 2006 For Those Who Have Heart before being with ADTR.

4. Alex Shelnutt

The drummer, he’s been a part of each record since the band formed except for the debut record And Their Name Was Treason. A Day To Remember in 2006 soon after the group signed with Victory Records he joined. He replaced Brandon Roberts and Bobby Scruggs who previously played drums for the band. He was only 15 years old when he joined the band, so he first had to ask his mother if it was alright with her.
Alex taught himself the best way to play the drums. In an interview with Online Drummer.com he says that “A significant ability: focus on being solid. No matter what kind of music you play, just try to remain ” that is solid.

5. Kevin Skaff

Back up vocalist and lead guitarist, he didn’t join the group until 2009, replacing Tom Denney mid-tour after his wrist broke. He played on the albums What Divided You and Common Courtesy and Me. They separated in 2016, although he was engaged to WWE star Paige.

A Day to Remember – Everything You Need to Know

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A Day to Remember were formed in 2003 and combination emo, hardcore, and metal into a combination affectionately referred to by their supporters as “pop mosh.” Work immediately started on their label introduction; For Those Who’ve Heart appeared featuring new drummer Alex Shelnutt.

They may be known because of their unusual amalgamation of pop and metalcore punk. The group now includes percussion, rhythm guitarist Neil Westfall, bassist Joshua Woodard, vocalist Jeremy McKinnon and drummer Alex Shelnutt and lead guitarist Kevin Skaff.

After that year the group recorded For Those Who Have Heart (2007) for Victory Records. Skaff replaced Denney while encouraging Homesick on tour. Shortly after releasing their next record, What Separates Me from You (2010), the group went on a world-wide tour to promote it. Starting in 2011, the group was involved over their recording contract in a suit with Victory Records. The group was granted the right to self-release a brand new record until a final verdict is reached. The exact same month, they released their fifth record, Common Courtesy.

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The group’s sophomore release, homesick, arrived in October 2009. After Homesick, Tom Denney left the group (although he stayed part of the writing procedure) while Kevin Skaff (from Four Letter Lie) assumed the guitar obligations. The group’s fourth studio album, What Separates You and Me, was released. In 2011, the bandmembers discovered themselves involved with Victory that would finally result in a suit, the result of which let A Day -launch their fifth full length, Common Courtesy, in 2013.