Casey Czerpak
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Casey Czerpak

King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States

King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States
Band Country Acoustic


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The best kept secret in music


"Talented New Country Sing, Songwriter and Guitarist Set to Release Debu Album"

The creative country music artist straight from King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, Casey Czerpak, is proud to announce the release of her debut self titled album off of Three Chords Entertainment later this month. Containing her fan favorite “Living Like a Gypsy,” which will soon be available for preview and download, Casey Czerpak will be available everywhere on May 24, 2011. The album can be preordered from online venues such as Amazon, Rhapsody, Napster, and several other online distributers for a discounted fee of $9 plus shipping and handling. After release, full retail price will be $11.

“The infectious nature of Czerpak’s combination of country twang and relatable lyrics creates an immediate irresistibility to this new artist” ( Casey Czerpak’s girl power tracks – “Smile When You're Sad,” “Life Without You,” “Love to Hate You,” and “Picked Up in a Pickup” are all stunning displays of not only impressive instrumental work, but are also emotionally inspiring. This album has such a beautiful and catchy flavor that is destined to take the country music world by surprise.

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- Three Chords Entertainment


Casey Czerpak



I am Casey Czerpak. My friends know me as the country music freak, but that’s more of a compliment to me than it is offensive. Music is my entire life. When I was younger I can remember playing my 8-key piano for hours at a time playing simple songs like “Mary Had A Little Lamb” and “Happy Birthday.” I would not get up and move on to the next thing until I figured out how to play the song in its entirety without help from anyone else. As I grew older, I took piano lessons then eventually took trumpet lessons for a short period of time. Throughout high school, I missed playing music way too much to let my life keep going on like that. For my senior project I decided to teach myself how to play the guitar and it was one of the greatest decisions I have ever made in my life. Since then, I have become addicted, writing and recording my own songs. I started going to local coffee shops and places for live music where I would sing and play country tunes. Whether I’m playing for 1 person, or 100 people, there is no better high then being on stage.