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One Day Steady

Labeled “Cincinnati’s Next Big Band,” by, One Day Steady grew roots in 2008 when Ryan Peters (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) and Tucker Stremming (lead guitar, backup vocals) began writing music together. 

The duo was soon joined by Garret Skirvin (drums, backup vocals), a classically-trained percussionist, and Garret Zimmerman (bass, backup vocals), formerly of heavy metal and post-hardcore bands, to form the catchy, unique sound of One Day Steady which graced the stage of The University of Cincinnati’s Red and Black Bash last Fall when the group opened for Smash Mouth in front of a crowd of 7,000+ people.

Ryan Peters draws inspiration from failed relationships to write hooky songs that everyone can relate to whether it’s an angry ex-girlfriend or a friend you just can’t save. In spite of serious subject matter, the group’s undeniable happy energy keeps listeners moving. 

Tune into any local Cincinnati radio station and soon enough you’ll hear One Day Steady. After a feature as 96 Rock’s “Homegrown Artist of the Week,” the band has been receiving air play on The Project, 105.9 WNKU and other stations in the tri-state. Receiving the most airwave love is “Break, Break” from ODS’s first album, “We Might Be Crazy,” a fun, drunken singalong and “Drifting Away,” from ODS’s sophomore album, “Cinematic,” showcasing a heavier, edgier sound. 

A local favorite, the group has performed live on FOX 19’s Cincinnality, Class X Radio 89.9 and University of Cincinnati’s Bearcast show.

One Day Steady has shared the stage with many national acts includingThe Mowgli's, The Misfits, Local H, The Ataris, and 2014 Bunbury alumni, Brick+Mortar, and have toured throughout the region. 

With 8.5K YouTube views, 2.3K Facebook fans and 3K Instagram followers it’s clear the group’s fanbase is listening and spreading the word. 

One Day Steady is currently touring and writing material for the group’s third album to be released Spring 2016.. 

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