Behind the Scenes at Casey James’ “Let’s Don’t Call it a Night” Music Video

A new “behind the scenes” video for the music video of Casey James’ “Let’s Don’t Call it a Night” was posted on Vevo today.

This new video give you a sense of what it took to put together the music video and includes some conversation with the director Roman White, art director Nate Griffin and the video’s star Casey James.

Roman and Nate are very funny and, when they’re not joking around, Roman explains one of the scenes, how the girl in her bedroom was sad and lonely until Casey’s song came on the radio and they she felt a lot … better.

Casey talks about the only other time he’d worked on a music video being when he filmed the Ford music videos for American Idol.  He also mentions looking forward to getting to see the ideas come to life.  And he knows that, somehow, they’ll make him look good.


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6 Responses to Behind the Scenes at Casey James’ “Let’s Don’t Call it a Night” Music Video

  1. Renee says:


  2. Jeanette says:

    The funniest part of this video is that he is in the make-up chair. He needs make-up????

  3. Sandra says:

    This just shows what a sweet guy Casey is… it comes out all around him.. I saw it in Den… Thank God he is doing so well with the help from his fans… Because there are alot of talented people and there is only one Casey……. good going Casey….
    LOVE THIS SONG.. the background reminds me of 60,s, 70,s music…

  4. Patti (MsVerucas) says:

    Loved that, seems really natural to me. 🙂 He looks pretty great too! 🙂

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