There are three bands called D-Day:
1) Japanese new wave band from the 80s
2) Punk/New wave band from Austin, Texas
3) Obscure punk band from Copenhagen 1978-1979.
2) Punk/New Wave band from Austin, Texas, regionally popular in the early 80's.
De Lewellen - vocals
Stuart Hillyer - guitar
Dave Fore - drums
John Keller - bass
Glover Gill - keyboards
Will Fiveash - guitar (replaced Stuart Hillyer)
D-Day's first 45 rpm single "Too Young To Date" was written by David Fore and De Lewellen.
It reached as high as #1 on Rodney Bingenheimer's show on KROQ in Los Angeles. A second single "Right to Know" also got a fair amount of air time on KROQ and on KLBJ in Austin. This led to a record with A&M in 1982 when Glover and Will had joined the band.
Note that after the band had been together for a while, Glover Gill joined on keyboards and eventually Will Fiveash replaced Stuart Hillyer on guitar. You can read more about D-Day on this site: http://www.madmartian.com/music_dday.htm
Punk band from Copenhagen 1978-1979. Represented on two live sample albums "Concert of the moment" (Irmgardz 1980) and "Nosferatu Festival" (Nosferatu 1982) - some of the members continued in Fahrenheit or Count Duke's Septet
see more : http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/D-Day_(band)