Casey Stratton finishes off his 17th year as a professional singer-songwriter with a sense of optimism, while keeping a watchful eye on the current state of the industry. Formerly signed to Sony Classical and Rondor Music Publishing, Casey has experienced the corporate side of music in full force. His 2004 album "Standing at the Edge" received high critical praise from the likes of Billboard, People and USA Today. His song "House of Jupiter" reached #1 on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Chart and remained on the chart for 20 weeks. After leaving Sony in 2005, Casey started his own label and has released many albums, EPs and B-side collections in his own digital music store. His 17th album, "The Calling of the Crows" was released on May 16, 2012. It features 12 songs about navigating grief and loss. Despite the dark subject matter, The Calling of the Crows contains some of Casey's most accessible and hook-laden music to date. The album is rhythmically driven, harkening back to the sounds of the early 90s while remaining fresh and current. Casey has toured all over the United States, his audiences mesmerized by his angelic voice and prodigious piano stylings.