Another busy week for Casey James, another list of announcements, another group of happy fans from Jacksonville to the Twin Cities. So let’s see what happened this week.
On Monday, AOL’s country music website The Boot published this article about Casey, incorporating his previous interview with Country Music is Love about his life-changing motorcycle accident and his work putting together songs for his first album. Radio station 99.5 WKDQ had Casey’s new single as their New Music Monday song and received many positive comments form listeners. Then that evening, Casey played a nine-song set with his full touring band at the Alexandria Fairgrounds in Kentucky.
On Tuesday, Casey played a 13-song acoustic set at The Tin Roof in Lexington, Kentucky. Earlier in the day, Blair Gardner of After Midnite released the audio of his interview with Casey backstage during Casey’s concert at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. A new concert was added for Casey on 10/22 in Lakeside, CA.
On Wednesday, Country Music is Love published a follow up to their interview with Casey. Three new concerts were announced: 9/14 in Portland, OR, 9/16 in Bakersfield, CA and 10/1 in Jacksonville, FL. In his, Nashville IQ article for All Access, Neil Haislop called Let’s Don’t Call it a Night “a bluesy, feelgood anthem to a great evening.”
On Thursday, another new concert date was announced. Casey will be playing at Toby Keith’s ‘I Love This Bar’ in St. Louis Park, Minnesota on September 22, at 9:30 PM.
On Friday, Eric Cornish, the drive time DJ at WKDQ, 99.5 FM, wrote a very nice article about Casey James and the buzz surrounding him and his new single.
Casey’s single is getting more airplay. For where to request the song, click here. The current Mediabase list of stations that have added Let’s Don’t Call it a Night now looks like this: