Alpha Centauri Kid (J.W. Day)
Jason W. Day (born January 21, 1986), known professionally as Alpha Centauri Kid, is an American musical artist and composer. Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, he started became interested in music when his best friend Ryan Haddon was able to play guitar better than him. Jason then went home and began teaching himself guitar and piano, simultaneously. Within a few weeks, his skill level of both instruments had far surpassed anyone he knew. He often claimed he was possessed by the Muses who visited Beethoven and Jimi Hendrix. In his early teens, Jason began writing music of his own, claiming there wasn't any point in learning other peoples music and saw it as a waste of time.
HIs latest works can be found on iTunes, spotify, and all major digital streaming sites by searching "Alpha Centauri Kid". He is best known for his Rick and Morty song, "Wubba Lubba Dub Dub". Jason received praise for his song "Dreams" by several famous artists such as Zack Hemsey and several others. Jason is currently producing an instrumentation album for Film and TV, in hopes to compete among his peers, while only using an iPhone as his entire studio. The only musicians still alive that Jason admires are Hans Zimmer and Zack Hemsey.
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