Patrick Alan Casey


Patrick has established himself as one of the most engaging and versatile performers on the music scene today, adapting a unique piano style to his signature vocals and powerful songwriting.  Currently performing and recording with his band as well as solo performances, Patrick has sold out the major venues all over Los Angeles such as B.B King's Blues Club, The Roxy Theater on Sunset, and the Viper Room, just to name a few. Patrick has also performed internationally in over 12 countries and in cities such as Paris, London, and Florence, in St. Paul’s Cathedral and in the Madeline in Paris. 

Patrick has performed with and for many major artists and also entertained for many major events throughout the U.S as the featured entertainer including Honoring Tommy Lasorda, The Miss Missouri Pageant, The John Edwards Presidential Campaign Celebrity Bel Air Fundraiser, The Newt Gingerich Beverly Hills Fundraiser, and in private events with Natalie Cole, REO Speedwagon, Olivia Newton John, Barry Manilow, and Barbra Streisand. Patrick was privileged to meet one of his life-long musical idols 16 time Grammy-winning legendary producer David Foster and has had the honor of working and performing with him in various concerts and fundraisers that included artists such as Josh Groban and Michael Buble, and collaborative arrangements for other artists in the past few years. Patrick was then asked to have his original music featured on network television which led to him being invited to join ASCAP.

In 2009, Patrick was asked to be the featured entertainer for the L.A Chamber of Commerce Inaugural Dinner at the Nokia Theater at L.A. Live. At the premier event, Patrick performed songs from his album LEAVING CALIFORNIA to the over 1,300 VIP guests including Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa Patrick's debut CD, released in 2009, LEAVING CALIFORNIA includes the self-penned single and music video "Leaving California" and the Leonard Cohen song "Hallelujah" which have been met with successful sales and radio play across the country. His debut album LEAVING CALIFORNIA was produced by Jorge Vivo, who has worked with artists such as Seal, Bono, Christina Aguilera, Andrea Bocelli, Sum 41, Mary J. Blige,

In Summer 2014 Patrick released his long-awaited album "FORTY DAYS & FORTY NIGHTS" and the first single "Home" is currently being played on radio. Patrick will continue touring and promoting the album throughout 2015.