Season 9 3rd place finisher and Columbia Nashville recording artist Casey James visited the Livestream studios yesterday to play an acoustic show and answer fan questions. Check out video after the jump.
As he continues to promote his self titled debut country album and his t30 and rising current single “Crying On A Suitcase,” Casey James hosted and performed an approximately 40 chat/acoustic show yesterday in New York City. He answered fan Twitter questions including his most embarrassing moment on stage, the number of guitars he owns, what cars he would like to own (quite the long and specific list there!), revealed the riff that launched “Let’s Don’t Call It A Night,” and told the story of how he & drummer Blaine Crews (who also participated in the show with CaseyJ) came together. He also announced that he started work on his 2nd album last week, writing and listening to songs, going back through notes and songs that he had sent himself. Not wanting to get ahead of himself, CaseyJ said he would love to be able to make that album in the same situation he is in now (signed to Columbia Nashville) but he will make another album no matter what.
CaseyJ also performed his 1st single, the t20 Mediabase country hit “Let’s Don’t Call It A Night,” “Crying On A Suitcase,” and album highlight “Drive” while teasing fans with a few chords of the gorgeous, folky “Never Walk Away” (which does not appear on his debut album).
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