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Since Justin Timberlake has taken a cool, smoky noir look, he doesn’t look all that much different than Spencer Day. What is different is that Day captures the charm, the class and coolness in his music that goes along with the look.

With his 2004 debut album, "Introducing Spencer Day," we knew from the beginning that this young man was recapturing the magic of an music period that we were hoping would not disappear. And with the title track from his second release "Movie of Your Life," he offered the first taste of his original material, which led him to win San Francisco’s Academy of Art University’s 2005 competition for best original song. With his grasp of the Great American Songbook, Spencer’s third album "Vagabond," 2009) was able to combine the music of America with his influences from Burt Bacharach, Roy Orbison and Dusty Springfield.

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