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A podcast from singer/songwriter Casey Stratton. Casey has been recording music for 15 years and has released over 12 studio albums including Standing at the Edge, DIVIDE, The Crossing, Signs of Life and Memories and Photographs

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A podcast from singer/songwriter Casey Stratton. Casey has been recording music for 15 years and has released over 12 studio albums including Standing at the Edge, DIVIDE, The Crossing, Signs of Life and Memories and Photographs

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ThatBlueJeansGuy ,

Meet the Man Behind the Music

Anybody who listens to Casey Stratton's music knows he has a thing or two to say about practically any situation in life, and the same can be said about his podcast. Casey is cool, collected, unpretentious, and frequently funny--especially when dealing with his show-stealing cats. On his show, Casey talks about his education at Michigan's Interlochen Arts Academy, his initial career as an independent artist, his all-too-brief career at Sony Classical, and his triumphant return as an independent artist. Casey also treats us to live versions of some of his classic songs--as well as a few unreleased gems that one would hope would grace an album in the near future. This show is like having a private Casey Stratton show right there on your iPod. Check him out today!

x1balba ,

casey is human, too.

casey is unabashedly human, and not so out-of-reach as one might think. when one enjoys an artist, one often wonders about their background; their life outside the song. this is the real deal, folks. those of you who've bought the digital albums or have attended his concerts... i'm not talking to you. you've probably listened to these outpourings countless times. but, you, casual listener, if you've ever wondered what rattles about in the mind of a magnificent artist you can truly appreciate, casey opens the door and lets all the marbles fall where they may.

uspinmeround ,

Wonderfulness!

Hey, Casey! Josh in Seattle, here. I'm so glad you're doing a podcast! It's always interesting to hear what artists think and feel about their own work, so getting insight into your process is a real treat. And it's fantastic that you play live songs during each session - LOVING that you played Pretty Horses - whee! Keep it up, you!!!

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