Brody Caster is a Country Artist and Songwriter based out of Stephenville TX. He grew up on the edge of the Flint Hills in Southeast Kansas, outside the small town of Douglass Kansas. His rural upbringing exposed him to country icons such as George Strait, Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt, and Joe Diffie at an early age.
At seventeen, Brody got the opportunity to sing on country music’s most prestigious stage, The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville Tennessee, with the 2015 National High School Honor Choir. It was after this life changing performance that Brody decided he wanted to try and pursue a career in country music. After graduating college, Brody moved to Texas to pursue a career in the Texas/Red Dirt music scene.
Shortly after his move to Texas, Caster was playing open mic nights and acoustic shows all across the state. He spent the majority of the 2020 pandemic working on new songs and putting a new band together. In November of 2020, Caster won the new artist scholarship at the Texas Country Music Awards. His single "Started with a Song" won the local music showdown on Fort Worth's 95.9 The Ranch, and charted on the TRRR.
Towards the second half of 2021, Brody began releasing a string of singles off his upcoming self-tilted debut album "Brody Caster," slated for a 3/4/22 release. Now with 2022 in full swing, Brody and the band have a steady tour schedule lined up all across Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.