Influences: Michael Jackson, George Michael, Mariah Carey, Lady Gaga
The stage is still, while the crowd is anxiously cheering for the incredible music artist, EJay Day from Lawrenceville, Georgia. The applause from the audience escalated as EJay commanded the AMERICAN IDOL stage with his impressive vocal range, performing "I'll Be" and "My Girl". Even Simon Cowell could not find fault with EJay's amazing vocals. His rendition of "I'll Be" by Edwin McCain was selected to be on the "American Idol's Greatest Moments" CD, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard charts in the soundtrack category and went Gold.
Millions of American viewers voted EJay Day as one of the top ten finalists on the hit TV reality phenomenon, AMERICAN IDOL. EJay continued to captivate audiences with his opening performance of "Black Cat" by Janet Jackson to a sold-out crowd, during the American Idol US tour at 30 event arenas throughout the country and also for the American Idol MGM Grand TV Special in Las Vegas.
EJay Day was a recognized artist before his appearance on AMERICAN IDOL. By the age of 15, he had performed for President George Bush, former Atlanta Chief of Police Eldrin Bell, former U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Hank Aaron, Andre Agassi, and Muhammad Ali. In fact, Muhammad Ali was so inspired by EJay's voice, that he asked him to perform at his book-signing events and other receptions in his honor. EJay also wrote the song, "Pure Love" for Raven-Symone's CD, "Undeniable". He was requested to appear in the 2003 Rose Parade in Pasadena, California with O-Town, lending his exhilarating voice.
There was never any doubt that the invigorating voice of EJay Day should continue to mesmerize America. You can catch EJay on "American Idol Rewind" and most recently finished his contract at the Venetian Casino and Hotel in Macau, as a singer.