Casey Shea

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Musical artist

Casey Shea (born November 27, 1979) is an American songwriter and singer. Born in Louisiana, he currently lives in Los Angeles.[1]

Biography

Shea was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His family moved to Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida in 1986. Shea attended Florida State University. He is married to Langhorne Shea.[2]

Music career

After graduating from FSU, Shea moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a career in songwriting and singing. In January 2004, he moved to New York City. He was a founding member of The Undisputed Heavyweights and Sundown. His debut solo album Take The Bite which blended Folk music, rock, and psychedelia was released in 2006, and he signed with indie label Family Records in 2007. During the first six months of 2009, he released a 3-sided single each month as a project called ABCs. Many of those recordings made up his second solo album Love Is Here To Stay which was released in 2010. His third album In Your Head was released in November 2011. In August 2014, he moved to Los Angeles and started the band Grand Canyon in the Fall of 2015.[3]

His song "Roll Your Windows Down" was featured on the Season 6 finale of the TV Show One Tree Hill. In July 2010 his song "Wave Of Walls", from the album "Love Is Here To Stay", was used on the episode "The Monster Within" of the ABC drama The Gates. In September 2010 his song "Good Man", from the album "Love Is Here To Stay", was used on the episode "The Space In Between" on season 8 of One Tree Hill. In August 2011, his song "Can't Get Enough" was used on the episode "The Benefit Of The Mute Button" on the first season of the NBC romantic sitcom Friends With Benefits. His songs "Love Is Here To Stay" and "The World Is Waking Up" were featured in the independent documentary "Mr. Rogers And Me" which was released on PBS DVD in March 2012 and aired on 27 PBS affiliates. In June 2012, his song "Can't Get Enough" from the album "In Your Head" was featured in the opening scene of the episode "To Swerve And Protect" on the USA Network drama Necessary Roughness.

Casey recorded a cover version of System of a Down's "Chop Suey!" for Engine Room Recordings' compilation album Guilt by Association Vol. 1, which was released in September 2007.[4]

In March 2010, Shea filled in for Joe Hawley of Tally Hall during Tally Hall's March tour with Jukebox the Ghost and Skybox.

Discography

  • Take The Bite (2006, LP)
  • Guilt by Association (album) (2007,Compilation Album)
  • A Very Merry Christmas (2008, Single)
  • ABCs, Volumes 1-6 (2009)
  • Love Is Here To Stay (2010, LP)
  • In Your Head (2011, LP)

Usage of Casey Shea's songs

  • "Roll Your Windows Down" on the season 6 finale of One Tree Hill (May 18, 2009)[5]
  • "Wave Of Walls" on the episode "The Monster Within" on the ABC drama The Gates (July 18, 2010)[6]
  • "Good Man" on the episode "The Space In Between" on season 8 of One Tree Hill (September 28, 2010)[7]
  • "Can't Get Enough" on the episode "The Benefit Of The Mute Button" on season 1 of the NBC romantic sitcom Friends With Benefits (August 4, 2011)[8]
  • "Love Is Here To Stay" and "The World Is Waking Up" in the independent documentary "Mr. Rogers And Me" on PBS (March 2012).[9]
  • "Can't Get Enough" on the episode "To Swerve And Protect" on season 2 of the USA Network drama Necessary Roughness (June 2012).[10]
  • "Love Is Here To Stay" in the made for TV movie "My Life As A Dead Girl" on Lifetime (January 2015)
  • "You're All I Want For Christmas" in the Hallmark Christmas movie, "My Christmas Dream" (December 2016)[11]
  • "Lazy Saturday" on the episode "The People v. Ichabod Crane" on season 4 of the Fox drama series, Sleepy Hollow (January 2017)[12]

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