Group devoted to the music of Casey Jamerson.
Casey Jamerson is a young singer/songwriter who takes country-rock to a whole new level. She is a small-town girl from Indiana, "the Crossroads of America". At the young age of eighteen, Casey has had more than a great start in the music industry. She completed her first full CD in 2006. Produced by Nashville’s Bullpen Music and engineered by Melissa Mattey, the CD is a compilation of songs written by some of Music City’s best song writers. These writers included Matraca Berg, TW Hale, Randy Scruggs, and Gary Cotton. Cotton, who has had songs recorded by Alan Jackson, Tracy Byrd, and Rebecca Lynn Howard was quoted as saying, "Casey Jamerson is special and special don’t come around very often." Her self-titled CD can be previewed and purchased on CDbaby.com or by contacting Casey’s management at email@example.com.
Casey hit the airwaves this past year on Indy's 97.1 HANK FM who released her new single "I Miss You Already", to rave reviews. We hope that you help support her by calling in and requesting the song! During the summer of 2008, Casey invited Dave Weigand of Waypoint Entertainment Nashville, to come to her show at the Indiana State Fair where she was opening for Jessica Simpson. Mr Weigand had given Casey some very sound advice early in her career and she knew that he was the one she wanted guiding her through her next phase. After the first song she performed, Weigand was "blown away" with the young singer's vocal and stage presence. Following that performance, Waypoint Entertainment became a part of the Casey Jamerson team. In the fall, Casey was attending Indiana University on a softball scholarship when she anwered the phone call most artists only dream of receiving. Grammy Award winning producer, Paul Worley, wanted to have a meeting and listen to Casey sing. Worley, who has produced many artists in his illustrious career including Martina McBride, the Dixie Chicks, Big and Rich, Sara Evans, and Lady Antebellum, to name a few, came across a demo of Casey's first self-titled CD and took interest in the young and upcoming artist. Around Thanksgiving, the meeting was set. Casey sang in Mr. Worley's office and he loved what he heard. Paul Worley's committment to work with Casey is something very few artists have the privilege to experience. With college, a division one athletic scholarship, and the opportunity of a lifetime in front of her, Casey had some tough decisions to make. After consulting all the people involved, she decided this was the time to "follow her passion" which is country music. Casey relinquished her scholarship and moved to Nashville this January to begin work on her new album. Everything looks as though this should be a great 2009 for Casey and all of her fans