Jenny Casey
Jenny Casey

Jenny Casey


Jenny Casey  

Jenny Casey from Oklahoma. It’s a place where it’s very flat and
there’s lots of wind … we’re not talking about her music career here,
okay? It’s a place where she spent lots of time playing the piano with
her toe, and climbing as high as she could to sit in the tops of trees
… times when she would dream and wonder where her big stage
would be someday.

Well, reality grabbed a hold of her pretty quickly and she decided
to be on her own at 18. Then she met her husband George, and
became a mother at age 22. You can’t just impress people with
your tree-climbing ability when you need to buy diapers and put a
roof over your head! So, crazy dreams went by the wayside, as they
do for so many women.

Instead, those dreams were replaced with other longings, like the
hopes that your kids will stop throwing their junk all over the floor,
or that your husband might actually help you clean something. But
through it all, she always managed to find a place to perform. Her
kitchen floor was the perfect stage. With a baby crawling underfoot,
she had a cheap, cranked up radio and a sink full of dirty dishes
for an audience. That’s when she decided she was going to be a
country star!

There’s nothing like having a two-month old plus three other kids at
home, going to college full-time, working part time, and a husband
who works long hours to make a songwriter out of you! So at age 31,
succumbing to her stress and post-partum depression, she grabbed
a notebook and a pencil and out they flew…. songs. And lots of them!

After fooling around with it for a while and starting to think she was
pretty good, she asked her entire family what every aspiring country
star does; Wanna move to Nashville? So she landed herself a
teaching job, loaded up the truck, trampoline and all, and moved to
Sumner County. There she spent her days working full time, and
spent her evenings doing what most moms do; cranking out dinner,
helping with homework, making 'taxi cab runs', and then grabbing
her guitar and disappearing off to some joint where she could climb
on a stage and find someone to lend an ear.

Well, she did manage to find a few ‘someones’ to lend an ear to.
Apparently, there’s a whole bunch of folks who dig ‘fun grown-chick
music’. And now, her songs are spreading from her kitchen in
Tennessee, to places she could never have imagined while sitting
at the tops of those trees in Oklahoma. She’s playing to crowds of
people all over the world! Yeah... remember what she said about
that country star thing? She is proud to be a working mom, and has
a lot to say. So get out the dish soap, crank up your radio, and come
see her on the big stage. ‘Cause crazy dreams absolutely do come





Jenny Casey - Rockin' The House  
Amazon CD Shop ChooChooSeven CD Shop Bluebird CD Shop
... available as a CD and/or a "download" at:
> > > for sales in the U.S. and Canada < < <

Jenny Casey
"Rockin' The House"