Said The Sky Talks About Their Favorite Fan Moments

The Festival Voice recently had the amazing opportunity to sit down and talk with Colorado native Trevor Christensen, a.k.a. Said The Sky, and David Scott, a.k.a. Day Gatsby! We had the opportunity to talk with the guys about one of the most important things in their life… YOU!!! We also got to get a bit personal with them and find out some really interesting stuff about them!

Both Said The Sky and Day Gatsby have gained a lot of attention in recent years for being one of the best feel-good DJ’s to put you in a happy mood and to get you dancing. When you put the pair together they are an unparalleled duo creating some of the most amazing music out there. Their incredible songs and mantra “Be A Good Person,” have created “one of the best fan bases ever”, as they’ve heard it described. They couldn’t be more thankful to each and every one of you Said The Sky fans out there for all the art and love you’ve given them over the years.

We learned a lot about the guys and got to find out about some of their favorite fan moments and some of their favorite fan art, including a painting of a golden retriever that went on tour with them virtually accidentally! They just happened to never take the painting out of their tour belongings and after so many stops they are even thinking about naming it Lola. So, if you’re the fan that made that painting, it goes with them everywhere they go, and they’re constantly thinking about you at every show!

For more golden nuggets like this, check out the full interview below! Listen to Day and Trevor discuss their siblings, family dynamics (which is adorable in our opinion), fans getting engaged at their show at Lost Lands, and so much more!

Make sure to hit the Like and Subscribe buttons for more intimate and exclusive interviews like this with some of the industry’s biggest names and exclusive interviews with festival-goers just like you!!!

Photo Credits: Anthony Chuang for TFV

Video Interview Credits: Zoe Hudson and Lia Kahn for TFV

Video Editing Credit: Robert Flagg for TFV