Artist Casi Joy was born to sing. Joy participated in local talent shows as a child and joined the Country Opry Circuit by the age of 10. She then ventured into pop music, working closely with Radio Disney. However, it was the sounds and stories of Connie Francis and Patsy Cline that brought her back to her country roots.
Auditioning for NBC’s The Voice in 2016, Casi earned herself a four-chair turn. She chose Blake Shelton as her voice coach. On the show she learned how to define her brand, improve her stage presence, and push her voice to its fullest potential. On the show Blake Shelton praised her saying, “she has this electric energy when she's on stage and has these unique things that she can do vocally. She's an edgier version of a country artist. She's old school but has a youthful energy about her. There's no stopping Casi Joy."
After The Voice, Casi hit the road. Touring with her husband and sharing the stage with Maren Morris, Keith Urban, Carly Pearce and many others. Her most notable performance being when she appeared as a performer for the Kansas City Plaza event.
Her latest single “The Money” touches on the financial difficulties many faced in the pandemic. About not needing to be a millionaire but wanting to pick up the phone without hearing a collections agent on the other side, the song speaks from the heart and is relatable to many. Despite the serious subject, Casi kept the song lighthearted. The music video, released on April 8th reflects that and can be seen below.
Constantly writing, be prepared to hear more from Casi in the coming months. She also plans to hit the road this summer, living on the bus full time and touring across the country. For a full list of tour dates, you can visit her website casijoy.com.
Author: Nicole Marchesi