Randy Casey
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Randy Casey

Bellevue, Washington, United States | Established. Jan 01, 1984

Bellevue, Washington, United States
Established on Jan, 1984
Solo Americana Blues Rock


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"Say No More"

" 'Say No More' suggests a slide-happy, southern fried Leo Kottke gone ambient".
- Jon Bream, - Minneapolis Star/Tribune - Minneapolis Star Tribune

"Late Bloomer"

““The intricate, heart-felt country-blues pickin' and genuine musical cameraderie embedded in this album { Late Bloomer} makes it one of those rare "white boy blues" albums that actually WORKS—from the music to the mixing to the mind-blowing, unforgettable lyrics.””
- Tommy Hallet, - Reveille Magazine - Reveille Magazine

"Say No More review"

“The twang and swamp blues of 'Say No More' feels like a soundtrack without need of a film. In a car, or, better yet a Greyhound, it does for passing scenery what Ry Cooder did for 'Paris, Texas'"”
- Bill Snyder, - No Depression - No Depression

"Say No More album review"

““Hypnotic, mood-altering and wholly original, Say No More plays like a vintage Leo Kottke record as channeled through a Martian jug-band.””
- Jim Walsh, - St.Paul Pioneer Press - St.Paul Pioneer Press

"Late Bloomer review"

““Now here's someone who's taking the notion of roots rock almost to extremes, throwing Americana, folk, country and Blues into the mixer, before coming up with an absolutely delightful album. Minneapolis-based Randy Casey is the man in question, and after a couple of instrumental releases, "Late Bloomer" sees him remember the singer part of singer / songwriter on thirteen self penned gems.””
- Stuart A Hamilton -, Zeitgeist - Zeitgeist

"Say No More"

"Casey is clearly a fretboard master. 'Say No More' is a splendid CD that will please guitarists of all persuasions."
- 20th Century Guitar - 20th Century Guitar


Still working on that hot first release.



Frontman, sideman, renaissance man, solo artist and session ace, Randy Casey did his first professional gig at age fifteen, and that was a long time ago. He’s been writing, recording, covering, performing and producing music ever since.

Randy cut his teeth touring with the Minneapolis indie band PJ & the Terrorists
(yeah, quite the band name) .The band canvassed the US a multitude of times playing many now legendary night clubs including CBGB in New York. While in L.A. they shot a music video on Venice beach with film maker Jeff Butcher (Jeff works for Woody Allen) for the song, "Impressions of L.A." which received air play on MTV's "Basement Tapes" program.

Randy has performed and/or recorded and/or toured with Shannon Curfman {Arista},
Peter Himmelman {Epic},Billy McLaughlin {Narada} to name but a few.
He has shared stages with Meat Loaf, Eddie Money, Robert Cray, Melissa Etheridge, Buddy Guy, John Mellencamp, Jimmie Vaughn, Wilco, 10,000 Maniacs, North Mississippi All-Stars, Paul Westerberg, Freddy Fender, and countless others.

Casey has also produced many commercial projects for readily identifiable clients like Target Corp., H & R Block, Levi's, Mattel, Pep Boys, Vidal Sassoon etc.
Multiple tracks from his Say No More album have been used as sound beds on Minnesota Public Radio and National Public Radio's "All Things Considered”. In addition to scoring the children’s television program “The Choo-Choo Bob Show” Randy has also produced the music score for several independent film releases including “Polly’s Global Walk”, a film about the first woman to successfully walk around the world, {www.pollysglobalwalk.com}. Several cuts from his "Late Bloomer" album were licensed by Fox Television for the DVD release of "The Fall Guy" starring Lee Majors.

In 2003 Randy was nominated by the Minnesota Music Academy for "Best Guitarist."

Casey and his wife {a native of Seattle} recently relocated to the Seattle area from Minneapolis, Minnesota where the guitarist grew up.

Currently, Randy is working on multiple album projects, performing solo and fronting
The east side band Root Seller.

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