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Casey Cavanagh


  1. 1.
    Fade Away
  2. 2.
  3. 3.
    Be Mine
  4. 4.
    Rambling Woman
Writing a great song is not all that different from mixing a stiff drink, a symmetry that Casey Cavanagh understands well.
Cavanagh approaches music with a deep respect for tradition, but he isn’t afraid to stir things up. His latest project, Old Souls, distills formative memories of his twenties into four distinct tracks. It’s the work of a craftsman and a storyteller -- and a tribute to the people and places who’ve made him the man he is today.
Although he’s recorded and released music in the past, the self-produced Old Souls is a major step forward for Cavanagh, both in terms of production and personnel. While previous projects were recorded in basements and makeshift home studios, Old Souls was recorded at Blue Room Productions in Herndon, Va., with mixing by Devin Spear and mastering by Kelby Dover.
The record also features a number of sensational session players: drummer Caleb Gilbreath (Gloriana, Thomas Rhett, Brett Eldredge ); bassist Dave Roe ( Johnny Cash , Sturgill Simpson , Dan Auerbach); pedal steel guitarist Matt Kelly ( City and Colour, Marlon Williams , You+Me).
Cavanagh admits that the four songs he recorded for Old Souls are just the beginning in terms of future creative output.
“I’m sitting on about 14 songs that could’ve made it on to a full-length album if I had the time and resources.”
While it’s far from the beginning of Cavanagh’s life as a songwriter, Old Souls marks a thrilling start to this next chapter of art.


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