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#34 Plant Based Diet, Cycling, Biscuit Co., 44 Curse | Neil Westfall of A Day to Remember


Neil Westfall

Originally recorded 2-15-2020

"I think that as long as I'm trying my hardest to still eat plant-based I can still feel good about it. I can still feel like I'm making a positive difference. That's the thing that I think a lot of times it's all or nothing for a lot of people, which is cool, but for me as long as the majority of time I'm doing this, I can still feel good about it."

Neil Westfall is the rhythm guitarist of the Florida-based rock band A Day To Remember. He also owns his own recording recording studio called Unicorn Tones, where he helps guitarists find their perfect tone. Neil is also an avid cyclist, a fan of the plant-based diet, founder of the Winter Park Biscuit Company, and husband of Vegan Chef, Mary Mattern, aka @NomYourself.

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to visit the ADTR Audio Compound Studio in Orlando, Florida where they recorded some of their albums, including Your Welcome. In this episode, I talk with Neil about how he first went vegan, some of the things he noticed after eating plant based, how he met his wife, cycling, how A Day to Remember started, touring, the number 44, and a ton more!


A Day to Remember Discography

• You're Welcome (2020)

• Bad Vibrations (2016)

• Common Courtesy (2013)

• Homesick (2009)


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