Back on March 15 Casey James tweeted that he was hanging with SiriusXM The Highway’s Buzz Brainard, and this weekend we finally got a chance to hear the results. The hour-long Highway Hangtime show featured three tracks from Casey’s debut album and two songs performed live in studio by Casey and drummer Blaine Crews, interspersed with interview segments.
Casey introduced Highway listeners to “Miss Your Fire” and “Crying on a Suitcase,” and also revealed that the first time he heard his debut single “Let’s Don’t Call It a Night” on the radio was actually on The Highway. Casey and Blaine performed “Drive” and “Why I’m Feeling Blue” live and Casey explained the difficult decision not to include the latter on his first album. Casey and Buzz also discussed Casey’s upcoming touring plans, and the three words that summarize the theme of his album.
You can listen to the full interview, along with the two songs Casey and Blaine performed live in studio, below.