Casey James kicked off CMA Music Fest by giving back -- both to kids and his fans. During the hectic week, he took a little time to play for children at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital and get up close and personal with those dedicated James fans.
Thursday (April 4) is going to be one heck of a country music-filled night on 'American Idol.' Not only is Season 4 winner Carrie Underwood taking the stage to debut her new single 'See You Again' for the 'Idol' faithful, but former contestant Casey James will be on hand for the live premiere of his new song 'The Good Life' during the very same episode.
Casey James' third single from his self-titled debut album is a pleasing three minutes and five seconds, but the toe-tapper is easy to forget. 'The Good Life' lacks the emotional hook that the best carefree country expressions posses.
What do Joel Crouse, Brett Eldredge, Florida Georgia Line and Casey James have in common? They've all been invited to fill the guest slots on Taylor Swift's upcoming Red Tour, which launches March 13 in Omaha, Neb. Talk about a sweet gig.
Casey James remains steadfast in his No Shave November commitment. This month, he's been forgoing any his usual facial hair grooming habits in support of Locks of Love, an organization that makes wigs from the donated hair for cancer patients who have lost their hair following intensive chemotherapy. The country newcomer admits that the goodwill effort is one that hits particularly close to home.
Casey James is as honest in an interview as he is with his music. The Texan and one-time 'American Idol' contestant took a few minutes -- OK, just one minute -- to dish on his troubled youth, his showering preferences and how Keith Urban will do on the show that launched his career nearly three years ago. We already covered questions of inspiration, heartbreak and love in previous interviews, so i