Ronnie Day (born Ronald Guglielmone, Jr. on January 18, 1988) is an American singer-songwriter from Redwood City, California. He has released an independent album titled Nine Sleepless Nights and a second album titled The Album which was released on November 14, 2006 by Sony/BMG/Epic. Day started his public music career in a San Francisco Bay Area band called Sounds Like Life, which also featured John Vesely, who is now the principle artist in the acoustic-based band Secondhand Serenade.
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Ronnie Day (born Ronald Guglielmone, Jr.) is an American songwriter from Redwood City, California.
By the age of 16, Day had sold over 10,000 copies of his bedroom record, Nine Sleepless Nights. He tested for proficiency, graduated high school early, and drove coast to coast playing on street corners, in parks, backyards and living rooms. He rose to the top unsigned artist position on both Myspace and Purevolume's music charts, and sales of his album skyrocketed.
In 2006, on his 18th birthday, Day signed with Epic Records, ending an industry-wide bidding war. He has since shared the stage with acts such as The Goo Goo Dolls, Dashboard Confessional, The Plain White T's and Gym Class Heroes. He also played dates on The Warped Tour, The Bamboozle, and MTV's Campus Invasion Tour.
His song "Falling for You" has been heavily featured on various MTV shows, most notably The Real World and The Hills and his song, "My Only Friend" was featured on the Cartoon Network movie "Re-Animated".