This week, dedicated supporters are thrilled at the ecstatic news of the chart climbing single, “Let’s Don’t Call It A Night” taking the #34 slot on the Hot Country Songs chart, and #36 on the billboard chart. The excitement is building, and fans across the country continue their efforts to support the music that is yearned for. To view the detailed post on Casey’s single, click here.
Thanks to everyone who takes the time to vote, and your efforts are paying off! This week, music video “Let’s Don’t Call It A Night” is at #3 on the CMT 12 pack, and the new polling week has began. Polls close Thursday, so get your votes in! VOTE!
Casey’s catchy single also made the #20 spot on the GAC top 20. To continue your highly appreciated support and efforts, click GAC 20 and VOTE!
After 72 bids, Casey’s artwork titled “Colors” has been sold. The proud new owner of this unique painting paid $2,705, and the proceeds will be donated to benefit the Collin County Children’s Advocacy Center of Plano, Texas. To view the piece, click colors.
A new CMA week interview video became available this week. To hear Casey discuss plans concerning his tour in the works for 2012, click here.
Casey James was heard Wednesday evening with Billy Kidd, an afternoon DJ at the 92.5 WBEE radio station in Rochester, NY. Billy tweeted Casey’s followers prior to his arrival, and requested fans to submit questions for Casey. They didn’t fail to provide clever and entertaining ideas. To listen to the interview and catch videos and pictures during this event, click here.
Casey traveled to Pennsylvania this week for two more live shows. The first stop was Pittsburgh, where he was interviewed by Froggy for the 94.9 “Hoppy Hour”, and performed an acoustic set during a Steelers pre-game show. Additionally, Casey performed a stunning version of “Please Come Home For Christmas”. Consider this is a don’t miss, and check out all videos and photos, click Froggy.
Friday, Casey dropped by the VEVO office in New York, and played an acoustic version of “Let’s Don’t Call It A Night.” To catch the photos of Casey playing ping pong and hanging out with VEVO employees, click VEVO.
Friday was spent traveling to Philadelphia for the XTU Toy Truck event where Casey was the parade Grand Marshal for radio station 92.5. The 12th Annual parade is a celebration of giving, which benefits a local child abuse prevention charity organization. An acoustic concert for enthusiastic fans concluded the event. To view videos and photos, click Toy Truck Parade.
Don’t miss Saturday’s video when blog representatives caught up with Casey, as he takes the time to express his gratitude and support of his blog. Casey discusses his feelings towards our site, and recognizes our efforts to supply reliable information for his dedicated supporters. To view the video, click here.
Casey has two concerts scheduled this week in Knoxville, Tennessee 12/13/11, and Virginia Beach, VA 12/14/11. For detailed ticket and location information, click here. Casey’s schedule is expected to lighten up in weeks to come as he heads home shortly to spend the holidays with family. Check back often, and catch up on the latest information as the week unfolds.