Casey James Playing the KRST 92.3 FM’s Girls Night Out

UPDATE 8/27:  Radio station KRST just posted this video of Casey at their Girls Night Out event:  

Casey’s radio station tour continued yesterday with a visit to KRST 92.3 FM Albuquerque, NM, for their annual Girls Night Out.  He brought his acoustic guitar and treated the lucky contest winners to some of his new songs, including his first single, Let’s Don’t Call it a Night – which, not coincidentally, was what the ladies were likely saying when the concert came to a close.

Radio station KRST has many more pictures from the event on their Facebook page which you can access here.  One of the attendees, Katrina, posted on their wall:  “That was so much fun. He was so good:-)”

@markjanese posted this picture from the concert a few days later on Twitter, saying:  @CaseyEJames in Albuquerque playing KRST’s Girls Night Out. Thanks for the spins Eddie & Kristina

It looks like the station’s listeners had a terrific time and no doubt Casey made many more fans with both his talent and his personality.

In an email to their listener’s club members, KRST said of the event: “92.3 KRST wants to send a HUGE Thank You to everyone that came out to see American Idol’s Casey James at Girl’s Night Out last night at the Thunder Road Steakhouse & Cantina. It was a HUGE success and we owe it to all of you. Pictures are up and ready to be added to your collection.” 


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One Response to Casey James Playing the KRST 92.3 FM’s Girls Night Out

  1. I love this last picture of Casey high-fiving. Love it.

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