Casey Cavanagh
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Really, It's a pretty good album, if you're into a sort of adult contemporary-type music. Having played with Csaey before, and being one of the first kids in his band aspirations way back in middle school, it's neat to see how far the music has come since those days in eighth grade when Crimson Tide was going to set the world on fire. Be on the lookout for this trio in the future. - iTunes Review


I can't believe I met him and got his autograph, not to mention got to hear like nine or ten songs live from a foot away at the summer camp coffee shop! - iTunes Review


I love their music. It has a John Mayer feel to it. - iTunes Review


Discography

Casey Cavanagh Trio-Casey Cavanagh Trio, 2008
Casey Cavanagh Trio-TBA, 2009

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Music has a power of moving people. It has been moving Casey Cavanagh for years. The 18-year-old singer/songwriter has been overcome by it. After studying his idols (John Mayer, Dave Matthews, and Jack Johnson), Cavanagh has created his own unique sound. He has been perfecting his craft and writing catchy songs in hopes of one day living the dream of becoming a successful musician. He looks to reach an audience ready to experience raw, authentic, and organic music. With the addition of Philip DiGioia on drums and Adam Meadors on bass, Cavanagh has had the opportunity to create the folk-rock threesome, Casey Cavanagh Trio.

The group has been together for over a year now, and they have began to draw influence from rock heroes such as Tom Petty, Oasis, Ryan Adams and many others.

They have been making some noise at Cavanagh's school, James Madison University, placing 5th out of 37 in the school's Record Deal Rumble. They have also been playing various bars and venues in the area.

They has one goal in mind. Reaching many, and moving them. The question is, are they ready to be moved?