New Review of “Let’s Don’t Call it a Night”

The Country Music blog All Things Country gave Casey James’ first single “Let’s Don’t Call it a Night” a rave review, calling it “a fantastic blend of blues, county, and a hint of southern rock.”

The reviewer appreciated the “sultry and sexy” sound of Casey’s vocals and his guitar and predicted that Casey is destined for superstardom.

Here is an excerpt. To read the full review, and to leave a comment, click here.

It’s a rarity in country music that you find a vocalist that has the ability to hook you in with the opening line of a song and then keep that interest to the very last note. Casey possesses that talent. From the opening line, “love the way you look in that dress…,” to the very end of the song, James seemingly seduces you into believing he is singing only to you (a quality each and every country-lovin’ woman is absolutely in love with) which makes it difficult to stop listening to. In a way, it’s almost hypnotizing.

Overall, this is a solid and strong debut single from an artist who has potential to become country’s newest superstar.


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3 Responses to New Review of “Let’s Don’t Call it a Night”

  1. abbie says:

    Well said and so happy that Casey is getting more attention and even better reviews.

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  3. Roni J says:

    This was put into words better than I could ever do, and it’s absolutely correct and awesome.
    Casey is our new up coming super star!!!!

    Roni Jones

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