Press & Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: The Other Side | He is playing with a variety of sounds and dispositions, exhibiting his ability to explore both the light and darkness of a wide, multi-dimensional space.” - Spyros Psarras

The Music Sanctum


ALBUM REVIEW: "The Other Side succeeds on many levels, most prominently harnessing the potential of daring rebelliousness."- SUPADAMN

Prolific piano and dynamic vocals. He is a future-Grammy award winning artist, and our featured artist and song of the day- KISS 104.7 FM

"The Other Side" is also being able to find the other side of grief that we carry, and knowing that we will be okay." Alfred Munoz- Musique Magazine

The Olympian (Greg Louganis) is working on a musical about his life and talks with The Advocate about why artists can't let politicians hush them.” - Lucas Grindley

The Advocate

 New Musical About Olympic Medalist, Greg Louganis Greg Louganis, creative prod.; Judy Norton, book; Patrick Alan Casey, music and lyrics.Production DescriptionCasting two remaining roles for a backers' presentation of a new pop/rock musical based on the life of 4-time Olympic diving gold medalist and humanitarian, Greg Louganis.”

Backstage Magazine

Patrick Alan Casey To Play 2014 El Dorado Springs Picnic. Local native Patrick Alan Casey will return to El Dorado Springs to perform Saturday night, July 19, at the annual El Dorado Springs Picnic. 8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 19. For more information go to”

El Dorado Springs Sun Newspaper

Incredible song and video...” - Joel Flatow- General Manager- West Coast Operations

— R.I.A.A- Recording Industry Association of America

Wonderful song...! I've forwarded to the staff. Best of luck in your career as I can tell it will be amazing” - Charles Robbins- CEO

— The Trevor Project - (It Gets Better)

 Singer-songwriter Patrick Alan Casey makes a memorable recording debut with Leaving California, a terrific alternative adult rock CD filled with some of the most gorgeous, powerful rock ballads you’re likely to hear this or any year. In addition to its title tune (a song and performance that could coax tears from a stone), Leaving California also includes as exquisite a rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallellujah” as has been heard since the late Jeff Buckley’s 1994 recording, as well as powerful renditions of VanVelzen’s “Someday” and Casey’s own “Insane,” “Anymore,” and “One More Day.” Nine of Leaving California’s fifteen tracks, subtitled The Sessions, have been recorded to replicate the sound of Patrick Alan Casey live in concert. Casey’s rich, resonant, slightly raspy rock balladeer’s voice is one of the best around. Kudos go also to producers Jorge Vivo and Kevin Lambert, and Casey’s bang-up backup band. Leaving California should be issued with a warning label: Listening to Patrick Alan Casey’s album may prove addictive. I for one can’t get enough. --Steven StanleyNovember 19, 2010” - Steven Stanley