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Casey Jamerson is a twenty-four year old singer/songwriter out of Nashville, TN that has proven to be a number of very talented things to a number of very talented people.
From athletics to the arts, her abilities have brought her opportunities that most could only dream. By the time Casey was 18, she was awarded a Division 1 athletic scholarship, named a National Champion Cheerleader, and released her first charted single to country radio. She has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in country music and has performed our “National Anthem” for sporting organizations that include the NFL, MLB, NBA, NASCAR, INDYCAR, and horse racing’s Breeders Cup.
After her first semester in college, she was convinced that music was her true passion and at the beckoning of producer Paul Worley made the move to Nashville on her 19th birthday. It was over the next couple years that Casey began honing her skills as a songwriter and lyricist with some of the most accomplished people in the craft. She became highly sought after for her ability to both write and deliver vocally. She is a BMI accredited writer that has production cuts featured on Stage, Television and Screen.
In 2011, Casey was offered a role in the new Broadway production, “Bring It On: The Musical.” After two years of touring and performing the show on Broadway, Casey received another offer from the Musical Director of Spiegelworlds “Empire.” The new ‘circ’ show was to launch an Australian tour beginning in early 2013 and were in need of a lead singer who would portray a “rock’n roll renaissance goddess.” Casey accepted the role and once again, packed her bags and headed to Australia.
One year later, she has returned to the U.S., reassembled her band and is back in Nashville touring, writing music, and recording new hits—ready once again to take “Music City” by storm. Her high-energy show and charismatic personality on stage makes her unique and desirable to people of all ages, leaving the crowd chanting, “One more song!”