Exclusive Interview With Country Artist Casee Allen On His Latest Single and His Hometown Music Festival

Casee Allen is a true gem when it comes to being devoted and steadfast as a father, an entertainer, and an inspiration to others. He’s all about doing his best at what he sets his mind to and about giving back to others who strive to do the same.

Casee was born and raised in Coshocton Ohio but makes his home in Nashville TN. He is currently touring full time to promote his latest single “No Name Town”. You can also enjoy seeing Casee in person at Blake Shelton’s restaurant and venue in downtown Nashville on Broadway, called Ole Red. Casee appears there on Tuesdays so be sure you check the dates and time to catch a show.

Tomorrow night 10:pm Allen will appear and then at midnight they will do a “balldrop” to celebrate the release of the single. There is no cover charge. “No Name Town” is available now on Itunes and Google Play but you can get it in other various outlets such as Amazon, Itunes, and Spotify and more, on August 8 which will be the official release nationwide.

Casee will also be appearing at the Holmes County Fair on August the 9th, with American Idol performer and country artist Bucky Covington in Millersburg Ohio.

Not only is he doing amazing things on the charts and releasing hot new singles, he has other super news to tell us. Casee has started his own music festival “No Name Town Music Fest”, in his hometown of Coshocton, the festival is named after his single and he’s so excited to be sharing this with family, friends and fans. Check it out August 11, be sure to be there. You can find out all about the festival at the websites below.

Allen is all about being hands on, giving back, and he says he has a great team that supports him 100% in doing just that. Whether it be with his music career, his family or the many other avenues that he supports for giving back to the community.

Having this dedicated support team might be just one of the many reasons he has started The Casee Allen Scholarship program, in his hometown, that will not only support just the schools in Coshocton but throughout the county. This scholarship fund will help to give young people in the community an opportunity to share their own gifts, just like Casee shares his.

The scholarship program is open to various avenues like music, sports, medical studies, teaching, whatever the student may want to do. I think this is an enormous gift that we should all be so fortunate to have.

Casee’s music has reflected thoughts of relationships with past loves, it has introduced us to his feelings about family and his role as a father to his young son. He said that this latest release is more about his hometown, growing up there, what it means to him and about his songwriting. It’s about being genuine, real and about sharing his love of music with us.

His EP “Double You” hit at #31 on the Top 200 Country Charts this past year and it’s still going strong.

Casee will be appearing tomorrow morning on Today In Nashville on NBC Channel 4, so be sure to catch his performance.

For more information on Casee Allen you can visit the following sites.

http://caseeallen.com/

https://www.facebook.com/casee.dreher?lst=634466774%3A667852462%3A1533586348

https://twitter.com/caseeallen?lang=en

Other feature stories here for Casee Allen:

https://www.nashvillemusicguide.com/country-music-artist-casee-allen-releases-debut-ep-double-rave-reviews/

https://www.nashvillemusicguide.com/rising-country-super-star-casee-allen-presents-shes-aint-that-girl-tonight/

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