Casey James at Bell County Expo Center, Belton, TX

Casey James opened for country music legend Alan Jackson at the Bell County Expo Center in Belton, Texas last night.  Before the show, the Sony/BNA website shared this press release about Casey’s three-day stint as opener for the legendary Jackson:

With his debut single, “Let’s Don’t Call It A Night” approaching top 20, Casey James is set to take the stage with country music icon Alan Jackson for shows this weekend. On Friday, the Texas native will open for Alan in Benton, TX and Saturday, the show moves to Las Cruces, NM. Casey will play the Country Thunder Festival in Florence, AZ on Sunday.
On his upcoming shows with Alan Jackson, Casey said, “It’s Alan Freakin’ Jackson! He is a poetic storyteller, and one of the best artist/writers there is. And as a performer, he has been entertaining and selling out shows year after year. It’s a huge honor to open for him.”

Casey, and his all-Texas band, played a seven-song set in front of an enthusiastic and huge crowd of fellow Texans and music fans.

Thanks to our good friend Donna McKool, we have audio of Casey’s set: During his last song of the night, Casey introduced a new member to the Casey’s guitars’ family — a new dobro .

Photo courtesy of Carman (@CoolCJFan)

At the show, Casey had some merchandise on sale for fans, some t-shirts and a Koozie, which apparently is used to keep your canned beverage of choice cold:

Casey James merchandise for sale

Set List
Workin’ On It
The Good Life
Love The Way You Miss Me
Let’s Don’t Call It A Night
Why I’m Feeling Blue
Crying on a Suitcase


Photo by @mikahyoung

Carman (@CoolCJFan) spotted Casey in the audience during Alan Jackson’s set: 

Chuck Clark Photography has posted photos and a brief video snippet from last night here.  

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Interviews with CMT

Casey James was interviewed by CMT for its Listen Up series earlier this month. As you might recall, Casey taped a concert which CMT will be airing on their website at the beginning of May. In the interim, they shared this biographical interview:

Interview with CMT, posted with vodpod

They also posted this interview about the album:

cmt video, posted with vodpod

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Casey James in Scranton, PA on 4/10/12

Casey James, accompanied by drummer Blaine Crews, played on the sidestage before Pittsburgh country radio station Froggy 101‘s 4th annual Guitars and Stars concert on April 10th, 2012.  Casey played a seven-song set, with five songs off his new album and two covers.

Set List
The Good Life
She’s Money
The Apartment Song
Love The Way You Miss Me
Let’s Don’t Call It A Night
Polk Salad Annie

Thanks to @AintitBeautiful we have video of Casey’s entire set:

The Good Life 

She’s Money 

The Apartment Song

Love the Way You Miss Me

Let’s Don’t Call it a Night

Polk Salad Annie


You can also see a small snippet that Froggy posted on its website here.

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New Casey James Concert – 4/29 in Southington, CT

Today, Connecticut country radio station WWYZ-FM, Country 92.5, announced that Casey James will be playing a the Cadillac Ranch Restaurant for their 20th Anniversary celebration in Southington, Connecticut on April 29, 2012. ‘

Tickets are just $5 and doors open at 3:00 PM.

For more information and to purchase tickets, go to the Cadillac Ranch website here.


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Casey James Featured in Parker County Today

This month, Casey James is featured in a six-page spread in his hometown monthly magazine Parker County Today.   The article, written by Gail Bennison, and featuring photos by Jake Felts, includes interviews with Casey, his mom Debra, his brother BC and others, touches on everything from Casey’s childhood in Cool to his CD release concert at Billy Bob’s last month.

The magazine graciously provided us with this link to the entire article so we could share it with you.  Enjoy:


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Casey James Playing at Six Flags Over Georgia

Casey James played at Six Flags Over Georgia this afternoon at a concert sponsored by radio station WKHX Kicks 101.5 Atlanta.

Accompanied by Blaine Crews on drums, Casey entertained with five songs off his eponymous debut CD: The Good Life, She’s Money, Love the Way You Miss Me, Let’s Don’t Call it a Night and Drive.

Videos:  Courtesy of @tademo

The Good Life

She’s Money

Let’s Don’t Call It A Night



Photo courtesy Taylor Moore


Photo by @pjwood67

Photo by @PJWood67: "@CaseyEJames in the rain!! :-)"


@savsoutherland: @CaseyEJames wish you could've taken better pictures. Thanks for trying :)

Photo by @CarolineBuckel

Photo by @TugCowart: "Thanks to Casey James 4 a great show @SixFlagsOverGA @Kicks1015 - Great guy with a big future. Follow him @CaseyEJames"

Photo by @SandraDanielle6


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Casey James performs “Drive” for Tennessean Music

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