Soulful, funky, offering a bottomless depth of emotion in every song...a true natural and original talent! Christine Day, Southern California native songstress, delivers her own special brand of R & B, contemporary jazz style to venues far and wide.

Christine has performed with such major talents as Michael Lington, Ray Fuller, Chris Standring, Everett Harp and Brandon Fields. Whether she is gracing the stage, accompanied by one of these smooth jazz artists or collaborating with her multi-talented husband, bassist, vocalist, arranger, songwriter, Bruce Atkinson, she is delivering great music to her audiences.
Matter of fact, think great music, and the vocal sounds of Christine Day, rolled into one inspirational, dynamic be experienced time and time again.

Christine grew up in South Bay, California, the youngest of four siblings in an Italian American household. Her oldest brother, Johnny Oliver, was an accomplished musician, well known in the recording and television world.
Christine, at the early age of 14, began singing at family affairs and other local engagements. She was influenced by the pop, R&B, jazz superstars of the 70's and 80's...the ultimate musician's musician, the amazing Stevie Wonder... and to develop and enhance her jazz chops she devoured the albums of the incomparable, Nancy Wilson.

Over the years Christine has entertained crowds of devoted fans at Spaghettini's Bar and Grill in Seal Beach, California, La Palapa in Belmont Shore, Alessios in Thousand Oaks, and other local venues.