Kick off December with Casey James and Country Music #CMchat when he joins us for a Twitterview on Monday December 1. AND let’s just say I am absolutely excited about getting to know this country hunk better, an entire hour with us starting at 6pPT/9pET!
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Columbia Nashville’s Casey James is currently hard at work on his follow-up album but should check out the single “Fall Apart”. It was written by Will Bowen, Josh Carter and Zach Carter from “We Are Kingston” << love them. , the first single “Fall Apart” is one of the first songs James cut for the new album, and with his prodigious skills as a guitarist and “relentless” producer, it sets the foundation for his sound.
Recently Casey working with LMC Truck – they are a sponsor and plan to collaborate on various projects in the future. Casey also spent some time on tour with Taylor Swift’s The RED Tour and has spent the last year and a half performing 200+ dates.
A native of Cool, TX, Casey grew up in a musical family. He picked up guitar at 14 and spent most of his young adulthood playing bars anywhere he could find a gig.
Casey’s self-titled 2012 debut album entered Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart at #2, with USA Today declaring the album “worth the wait” in a 3-star review, while Entertainment Weekly cheered that “the songs shine” thanks to “a fusion of blues and contemporary country, his subtle grit and frequent guitar solos.” Casey co-produced his debut album, co-writing nine of the 11 songs, including the Top 15 single “Crying on a Suitcase” and the favorites “Let’s Don’t Call It a Night” and “The Good Life.”
Casey James’ “Fall Apart”