Casey Shea spent his youth tuned into classic rock radio. While his friends were headbanging along to the grunge bands of the 90s, Shea found solace in Brian Wilson's, "I Just Wasn't Made For These Times."
The Louisiana native spent over a decade establishing himself as a New York City staple both as a solo act and as a front man of his band before moving to Los Angeles in 2014. Over the past few years, Shea's persistently toured the U.S. and Europe and released three solo albums. He is currently a member of the Los Angeles based band, Grand Canyon.
His work, both recorded and live, has been reviewed by NME, MTV, CMJ, and The New York Times, and his songs have set the scene in One Tree Hill, Sleepy Hollow, Necessary Roughness, MADE, Friends With Benefits, The Gates, Peace Love and Misunderstanding, Mr. Rogers & Me, My Life As A Dead Girl, My Christmas Dream, and more.