It’s a Beautiful Day is an American Christian rock band from Nashville, Tennessee. Formed in 2009, the band has released two studio albums and one live album to date.
It’s a Beautiful Day is an American rock band formed in 1971. The group has released over twenty albums and won two Grammy Awards.
It’s a Beautiful Day, a San Francisco psychedelic folk-rock band, was mainly the vehicle of virtuoso violinist David LaFlamme, who was born in New Britain, Connecticut, but reared in Salt Lake City, Utah. After starting his musical studies at the age of five, LaFlamme went on to serve as a soloist with the Utah Symphony before arriving in the Bay Area in 1962 after an army service.
After his short-lived Electric Chamber Orchestra disbanded, LaFlamme co-founded an early version of Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks before putting together It’s a Beautiful Day in mid-1967. The band, which included LaFlamme’s keyboardist wife Linda, vocalist Pattie Santos, guitarist Hal Wagenet, bassist Mitchell Holman, and drummer Val Fuentes at the time, released their self-titled debut album on Columbia in 1969, scoring their biggest hit with the haunting FM radio staple “White Bird.”
Soon after, Linda LaFlamme departed to form Titus’ Mother; keyboardist Fred Webb joined for the follow-up, 1970’s Marrying Maiden, while Holman left before 1971’s Choice Quality Stuff, which included new guitarist Bill Gregory and bassist Tom Fowler.
Disputes over rights drove LaFlamme out of the band he founded in 1973, and the surviving members released It’s a Beautiful Day…Today after replacing violinist Greg Bloch, before disbanding in the aftermath of 1974’s 1001 Nights. In 1977, LaFlamme launched a solo career with White Bird, continuing his long legal battle with ex-manager Matthew Katz for years to come; unfortunately, Pattie Santos died in a traffic accident on December 14, 1989.
It’s a Beautiful Day is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California. The band was formed in 2006 by brothers John and Joseph Arthur. They are best known for their song Hey Hey. Reference: its a beautiful day hey hey.