Casey started his singing career in his home state of Tasmania before relocating to the Gold Coast, which he has called home now for the past 20 years. A chance meeting in 2014 with one of his childhood idols(2014 EP ''. Produced byand mixed by Grammy Award winner this EP saw the release of four singles, and
Casey headed back to Nashville in 2016 to record his follow up albumat the famed. This album showcased a mixture of fan-favourites plus new songs, including ‘’, whichwas produced byaward winning producer. (,).
The album’s title track became the first single, a heartfelt song with an even more powerful music video, featuring well-known Australians along with national and international sporting identities holding upsigns. The song conveyed a positive message at a time where hope is needed more than ever. Other tracks on the album include hit single ‘’, co-written with powerhouse songwriting teamandfor what became a modern country smash.also lends a hand, engineering and mixing the title track, ‘’, ‘’, and ‘’. Upon the album’s release it immediately shot up theARIA charts landing at#9.
In June 2016, Casey travelled to to perform at major US music festival . An annual event, held at Santa Rosa, the stellar line up featured the likes of and . Casey also made his US television debut performing on morning show .
In June 2017, Casey released his next single. This gutsy high-octane track with an anthemic feel maintainedon variousCountry Chartsincluding theposition on thefor 4 weeks. This was also the single that saw Casey nominated for his firstGolden Guitar Award. The track went on to catch the attention ofPBR Australia (professional bull riding) which saw Casey performing at their national events across two years.
The success continued in 2018. Lead single and the uplifting feel-good party track,‘Ain’t Coming Home’ from the new album ‘The Good Life’ enjoyed two consecutive weeks at#1 on theCountry Tracks Top 40 Chart.
Casey’s current album‘The Good Life’ was recorded in Melbourne with Casey teaming up once again with andfrom.The album got off to ato be reckoned with on the country music scene. The album carved a path of contemporary country, delivering toe tapping songs that have turned into favourite anthems. To date it’s also been streamed over 2.3 million times on Spotify.
Success didn’t stop there, with the album spawning two more successful singles ‘Be Mine’ (which has amassed over 1 million Spotify streams) and the beautiful heart-warming ballad ‘Set Sail’.The latter proving one of Casey’s personal favourites which is close to his heart.
The last 5 years have seen many achievements for Casey with shows in New York, Nashville and Los Angeles. He’s performed at major festivals around Australia including main stage premier events such asand the verypopular CMC ROCKS 2018.Known as Australia’s largest,shared the stage with the likes ofand many more.
A seasoned television performer, Casey has performed on such shows as,,and the annualChannel Seven Telethon in Perth.
Casey is gearing up for an exciting and massive start to 2019 with his association withcontinuing, this time internationally with performances locked in as part of theUSA major event‘Unleash The Beast Tour’.This amazing opportunity will see Casey performing at arena events inKansas City, Missouri and two events in Sioux Falls, South Dakotain the first quarter of this year. Casey is also set to return toNashville andLos Angelesto continue writing and recording his fourth studio album that will also contain new songs fromMichael Paynter andMichael DeLorenzis keeping that magic formula going.The album will be due for release later this year.
In the meantime, we can look forward to a new single release on 15thFebruary.‘Better Days’, from the current album ‘The Good Life’is a positive song about living in the moment and relishing every day, something that Casey is certainly doing to his fullest potential.
Further festivals and shows are already locked in, ensuring that 2019 will be one of Casey’s biggest years to date!
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