Charlotte Day is a singer, songwriter, producer and vocal coach from Macclesfield, Cheshire in the UK.
In 1998 she had her first international release with the debut single 'Sureshot' by Daytona. Subsequently, collaboration with other writers and producers lead to further recording success as well as many appearances on national tv and radio. In 2004 Charlotte performed, co-wrote and co-produced on the album 'Anthem Alert' by euro dance outfit 'Soda Club', later followed by her first UK number one club chart hit 'Finally', released in 2005 on EMI Records and produced by multi-platinum remixers Love To Infinity. In 2010 a collaboration with Neoteric Records resulted in a worldwide release of the single 'Pride (a deeper love)' which featured mixes from uk producers 7th Heaven and soulshaker. Today, with over 20 years experience in the music industry, Charlotte has carved a successful career not only as an artist in her own right with but also as a highly experienced session singer. Coversant in many styles, her voice has appeared on numerous top 40 records, having recorded for the likes of Heather Small, Dannii Minogue, Loleatta Holloway, and Faith Hill to name a few, as well as with many chart topping producers. With an eclectic taste in Music, Charlotte's original work embraces many genres, with much inspiration coming from artists such as KT Tunstall, Fleetwood Mac, Carole King and The Corrs amongst others.