Randy Casey, with the ins and outs about the album I Got Lucky.
Broadcast Monday February 04 , Radio Duivenstraat http://www.radio.duivenstraat.net (19:00 CET), Saturday February 09, (K)ansas (C)ity (O)nline (R)adio http://www.kconlineradio.com (6PM CT)
Randy Casey’s music career spans more than three decades of twists and twangs.
There have been a lot of ups and down in 30 years and eight albums. From the minute Casey got his hands on his neighbor’s 1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom as a 12-year-old, guitar was his world. He played his first professional gig at 15, playing a guitar he bought with paper route money. Inspired by British blues and rock artists, he already knew what kind of music he wanted to play.
“When I was a kid I thought Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page invented the blues,” he said. “Each of them even favored a black Les Paul at one time or another. I wanted to be just like them.”
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