I thought about raising the stakes, and mulled it over, "Could someone write One Song Every Day?" It just seems to be an absolutely zany thought, and it seems to be such a monumental task.
Online PR News – 24-November-2013 – Bartlett, IL, November 26, 2013 – Michael Droste, released an album called "Greatest Hits from One Song Every Day Project." “I started to learn about music through the trumpet and still play today. I went to DePaul University on a trumpet scholarship, and then got interested digital recording with computers, synthesizers and MIDI. Technology has come a long way from the old 4 track cassette recorders with out board effects, - to all digital recordings and digital processing done completely in the computer.)” said Droste. He stated, “Could one write 365 songs? - all holidays, every day? - no matter if your sick, no vacations, no time off? - a task to complete every day for one year?” “Currently, I'm in the process of taking my favorite songs and remastering them with today’s technology. I wished I had the time each day to 'fix' the song and make them the way I hear them now… , " said Droste.
Michael Droste was the first person to complete the song a day task. Many have called him the, “Song A Day Guy.” Others have tried to follow and copy the project but Michael Droste was the originator, and all others were followers.