His weekly show on CMT Canada is broadcast to over 10 million homes in Canada plus with over a half a million radio listeners a week this is merely the beginning for Canadian broadcasting giant Casey Clarke.
Casey Clarke was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta and found out early in life he wanted a career in broadcasting. Working for stations like CFOK-Westlock, AB, Mountain FM Whistler/Squamish, British Columbia, Casey found himself in Vancouver working for “The Satellite Radio Network” and syndicated on 71 stations across Canada. Clarke left Vancouver for Kelowna, BC working for Silk-FM then off to Calgary, AB to join CMT in 1997.
In 2009 Casey Clarke was awarded The CMA International Broadcaster of the Year. The CMA International Broadcaster Award recognizes outstanding achievement by radio broadcasters outside the United States who have made important contributions toward the development of Country Music in their country. Previous winners are listed at CMAworld.com
“The Casey Clarke Show” & “The Casey Clarke Country Countdown” are syndicated on radio stations across Canada in both major and secondary markets. In addition, he hosts a variety of artist album specials on national radio and conducts onsite interviews with the headlining artists at all the major Canadian Country Music festivals.
In addition to his radio programs, Clarke’s company Casey Clarke Productions also co-produces “The Chevy Cross Canada Countdown” which Clarke has hosted for the past seven seasons, as well as numerous artist and holiday specials.
Casey Clarke served as Director of Programming and Production at both CMT Canada and Country 95.3 (Hamilton/Toronto – Canada’s Most Listened to Country Station) for three years. While at Country 95.3, he organized Canada’s largest free outdoor Country show every Canada Day.
Casey is married to his beautiful wife Suzanne and they have two amazing children Maggie and Macey.