Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Casey James fires up the Northeast, videos, pics, articles and more

Wow, once again, there is lots of stuff to tell yall about.  But my neck is killing me and I may do a short cut post tonight!  I have put a new page on containing the UPCOMING CONCERTS.  You'll find it on the Home page just under Casey's picture.  Click on it to get all the showS coming up to see if you can get to one!  I will also try to keep it updated, and put the new shows I find on it quickly. 

Casey played 3 shows over the weekend and each one  was great!  They started out at the Hard Rock Cafe in Boston, MA and there were quite a few fans there and some really great photos and videos!!  Check these out...

Thanks to Derrick Wood

She's Money at Hard Rock
Thanks so much to luvscaseyjames for all of her very clear videos!!  :)

The Good Life 

Crying on a Suitcase (Couldn't get the embedded link to work, just click the link)
 Click HERE

Love the Way you Miss me


Let's dont Call it a Night

The above videos are from all the shows from the weekend, in no particular order.

Anyway the next night at the Mohegan Sun there were quite a few fans there and from the pictures down below, it looks like they all had a blast!!

The Grand Ole Opry has invited Casey back to perform at their Birthday Party!!  Here's a write-up about it I found!

The Grand Ole Opry is turning 87! In commemoration of one of music’s longest-running traditions, the iconic country club has tapped some of Music City’s elite to celebrate the momentous occasion for a two-day concert extravaganza.
The festivities will kick off on Oct.5 with performances from country superstars Steve Wariner and Rodney Atkins, with Jason Aldean, Little Jimmy Dickens and Ray Stevens are also scheduled to perform on the historic stage the evening of Oct. 6. Earlier that afternoon, Ricky Skaggs will headline the Grand Ole Opry Birthday Bash concert, which is scheduled for 1 PM CT.
Country newcomer Casey James will provide entertainment on the Plaza in front of the Opry House immediately after, with games, food and several other performances scheduled for guests of the Birthday Bash.
The Grand Ole Opry debuted as the hour-long ‘WSM Barn Dance’ on Nov. 28, 1925, but was later dubbed the ‘Grand Ole Opry’ on Dec. 10, 1927 when harmonica wizard DeFord Bailey uttered the phrase “for the past hour, we have been listening to music taken largely from Grand Opera. From now on, we will present the ‘Grand Ole Opry’,” a moment in time that would forever change the longest-running tradition in country music. After a series of venue changes in its early years, the Grand Ole Opry planted roots at the historic Ryman Auditorium in 1943.
The popular stage show later found residency at the legendary Opry House  — seasonally splitting its time between the two historic auditoriums for year-round performances. The Grand Ole Opry was forced to uproot in May 2010 after horrific floods damaged the venue. The weekly stage show returned to its home in later that year after extensive remodeling.
The Grand Ole Opry has inducted country music’s elite as members of the freestanding tradition, with Keith Urban as the most recent honoree. The Australian superstar received his place in country music history in April 2012.
The 87th Birthday Bash is slated to continue well into November, with scheduled performances by an all-star line-up, including Martina McBride, Charlie Daniels, Pam Tillis, Lorrie Morgan and Roy Clark. Fans hoping to attend the birthday celebration can click here for more details.

Casey's "Crying on a Suitcase" has moved up to # 25 on Bob Kingsley's Top 40!!  Wow, that is a good move up!!  It's chugging right along and moving right along!!  So keep up the good work fans!!  Request the song at your local radio and feel free to use the "Support Casey" tab to use the Mediabase forms to request even more!!  Click HERE to see the countdown!

The other day "Taste of Country" did something cute....they asked Casey questions, and called it ...... "60 seconds with Casey James".   This is so cute and 2 of the questions surprised me!! 

When Casey, along with Blaine, arrived in CT. to do his show at Mohegan Sun, he was there for a purpose other than to entertain the wazoo out of everyone!!  He was asked to perform at the Fox studios there and talk about the Charity they were doing that night!!  MADD is one of my very favorite Charity's and I'm glad to see he's a supporter too.  Click HERE to watch as the news people talk with Casey about his time during American Idol!  :)

Here are a few pics from the exciting shows in CT. and Boston
Big Thanks to Lisa Nardone for graciously sharing her photos from the weekend with us!!  :)

Since it was Lisa's Birthday, Casey signed her a Happy B-Day pic of himself!!  Great present!!

The sign advertising Casey's arrival!

And here is the Birthday girl, Lisa, getting her hug from Casey!!  :)

  And I have one more to share....this one was from the show the night before at the Charity Auction Event.  They actually auctioned off a full 1 hour (60 minutes!!) visitation with Casey James!!  Wooo!!  I'd like to have been a fly on the wall for that one!!!  These gals won the prize and paid a whopping $650 for his time.  And from what I understand, it was very well worth it.  They said they just talked about music, American Idol, and he would ask them questions, as well.  Even if he didn't say a word....couldn't any one of us just sit there and look at him for an hour.  LoL!!!   Joking of course!!  But that has to be the ultimate prize.  I've always wanted to just sit and talk with him, about nothing in particular, just sit and chat.  I don't know everyone's name, so I won't name them, just know they are the luckiest ladies in the universe right now!!  :)  So glad they got to visit and get to know him a little better.  Congratulaions Ladies!!  :)

Well, folks....thats about all I have tonight.  Be assured more Casey related news will continue pouring in  as other shows are done, more videos and pictures!!

Yall take care....I'll be back soon!!

Until then.....


  1. There was one thing that I really wanted to ask him and I did get the chance. I asked why he never sings "Miss Your Fire." At this time, the *only* place you will ever be able to hear it is on the album. You won't find it live or on YouTube. I've been digesting his answer as I'm not sure I understand it. He said it's one of few songs that he'd change nothing; that when he listens to others, he'd do a little bit different here and there but not on this one. Does that mean he does not want to taint it - or the memory of its perfection - by singing it live? I said he really needs to share that song and he said he did. It's on the album. So - he's sharing it once and not again? I said I believe it's a 'hit.' And I do. But it definitely seems to be a song he's holding close to his heart. Maybe that makes it all the more special. <3

  2. Sweet thanks Glenda and Cyndee! <3

  3. I thank you all who continue to follow him so closely and share. I check here and lots of other places all the time to keep up with him. The videos and information on this post are just great Glenda, take care, you have a great way of putting the information out!

  4. Great post Glenda

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