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The Casey Donahew Band in Concert

A linchpin of country music's grassroots Red Dirt movement, The Casey Donahew Band first began building their loyal following by playing night after night in the kind of Texas honky-tonks where you have to forge a strong connection with your audience. They moved on to a bigger, broader audience, but they never abandoned those performance principles. Even now that their albums regularly enter the country Top 10, they still bring those principles to every stage.

A Casey Donahew Band concert is more like a party full of friends than anything else. And whether Donahew and his crew are dealing out percolating grooves like the one that powers "Moving On" or tearing down the house with a hard-charging roadhouse rocker like "One Star Flag" with fierce fiddle and guitar licks flying, you can count on an atmosphere where everybody gets into the spirit of things.

The Casey Donahew Band Background

Growing up in Burleson, a little town outside of Fort Worth, Casey Donahew was steeped in Texan tradition from an early age — he worked in the rodeo before he started pursuing music. Once the Casey Donahew Band was formed in 2002, keeping it real was high on the agenda. 

They hit the Texas bar scene hard and earned a diehard audience that followed them through every step of their evolution as the band continued to gain popularity. They put out their first album, 'Lost Days,' in 2006, but it was 2009's 'Moving On' that really broke through to a national audience, landing them on the country album charts for the first time. 

From there, the band's energetic country-rocking sound found more and more success. 2011's 'Double-Wide Dream' hit the country Top 10, and five years later, the appropriately titled 'All Night Party' went all the way to No. 3. Pretty impressive for a band that has remained steadfastly independent for the entirety of its existence, shunning the spotlight of the music business money-go-round in favor of keeping it simple and bringing their music directly to the audience that's been embracing them for years.