From Frederick County, Virginia. Lives in Nashville.
Grew up playing bass with her family group Red and Murphy and their Excellent Children. Casey’s mother Murphy is a well-known producer of banjo instructional videos, and a columnist for Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine. Casey writes for Banjo Newsletter.
2000, graduated from the University of Virginia.
2001, recorded a banjo album called “Real Women Drive Trucks.”
2001, joined Tim Graves and Cherokee, playing bass. Also worked with Uncle Earl and Jim Hurst.
2004, recorded with a group called The Tennessee Heartstrings.
2005, formed “Casey & Chris and the Two-Stringers,” a band with her brother Chris (mandolin). Disbanded in 2007.
2009, Casey joined the Dixie Bee-Liners, playing banjo.