Cassidy Haley
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Cassidy Haley

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Avant-garde


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THE FOOL (2010)
1. “Prologue”
(The Fool, Part 1) Cassidy Haley 2:15
2. “Fly” Cassidy Haley 3:22
3. “Spindle” Cassidy Haley 4:25
4. “Whiskey in Churches” Cassidy Haley 3:41
5. “Daylight Breaks” Cassidy Haley 4:09
6. “This Time” Cassidy Haley 4:28
7. “Interlude”
(The Fool, Part 2) Cassidy Haley 1:02
8. “Foolish Boy” Cassidy Haley 3:35
9. “Burn” Cassidy Haley 4:28
10. “Ride the Night” Cassidy Haley 3:53
11. “Dying to Live” Cassidy Haley 4:47
12. “Moon River” Johnny Mercer
& Henry Mancini 3:42
13. “Epilogue”
(The Journey Begins) Cassidy Haley 3:23


1. “Whiskey in Churches” Cassidy Haley 3:42
2. “Little Boys and Dinosaurs” Cassidy Haley 4:11
3. “Daylight Breaks” Cassidy Haley 3:50
4. “Fly” Cassidy Haley 3:49
5. “Midnight Sun” Cassidy Haley 3:54
6. “Burn” Cassidy Haley 3:44



Cassidy Haley made the daring and risky decision to leave his successful fashion house, Skingraft, and he has never looked back, spending the last year working non-stop on his first and true love of music. And his choice has proven to be the perfect one.

His first EP, Little Boys and Dinosaurs, (released August 2009) reached #3 on the iTunes Electronic charts and garnered over 100,000 hits for his first music video, “Whiskey in Churches,” and a #3 spot on LOGO’s “Click List” for “Daylight Breaks,” his third single off of the EP. The album also staked claim as one of the Houston Chronicle’s “Top Albums of 2009,” alongside Kelly Clarkson, U2, Shakira and Green Day.

This exposure became the impetus for him to develop his current business model: A fan-run, volunteer-based record label and artist management company, Sunshine Rebel Records, which now has a staff of 20 people working tirelessly to promote him as an artist. With their help, his full length debut album, The Fool, released just months ago, made it to #78 on iTunes Rock charts and has created quite a buzz with such notable exposure as being featured on the home page of Yahoo! Music, an interview with NBC, and multiple write-ups on AfterElton (LOGO’s flagship website). The Fool was produced by Anita Hyde and engineered by Matt Forger, who engineered Michael Jackson’s Thriller, and features guest musicians such as former Doobie Brother Chet McCracken and Larry John McNally, who has written music for The Eagles and Bonnie Raitt.

The introspective and passionate sonic storyteller is currently
promoting a Fall 2010 solo tour and working on building a stage
show for next summer, as well as filming his next music video.

The support of his fanbase has allowed him to achieve a level of creative output and sustainability that is unheard of for a new, independent artist in their first year of performance.