2019 tour dates
Brody Caster has always loved music; he got his first guitar at age 8, and hasn’t put it down since. “I grew up listening to all types of country music: Red Dirt, Mainstream, Traditional, and Western Swing. You name it, I’ve probably heard it.” Caster’s dad, however, grew up in the 70’s and fell in love with the Mo-town and Hippie movements. “I have many influences when it comes to music, but some of my biggest would have to be Alan Jackson, Brooks and Dunn, the Beach Boys, Dion and the Belmonts, and Sam Cooke.”
Caster grew up in the small town of Douglass, Kansas, a town of about 2000 people about 45 minutes southeast of Wichita. “I’m just a country boy from a small town who loves music, it’s as simple as that.” He spent many hot summer afternoons floating down the river or having a bonfire with his buddies. “I’m very thankful for having the opportunity to grow up in a small town because I couldn’t last five minutes in a big city.” Once his musical career took off, Caster traveled far from his home into major cities and venues. Among various performances at fairs, festivals, bars, and dance halls in his nearby territory, Caster has also performed on two of America's most prestigious stages: Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry.
“I’ve been so blessed to have had this many opportunities so far in music and I can’t wait to see what else will come. I’m still so young!” Caster is only 21 years old and he has already been on the same stage as country music’s biggest stars. “In high school I was involved in choral music. I got the opportunity to audition for National Honor Choir after making it into the Kansas State honor choir. The concert was at the Grand Ole Opry, so, of course I auditioned! I was so stoked when I got the call saying that I was selected into National Honor Choir.” The night before the performance, Rascal Flatts, Sara Evans, Terri Clark, and the cast of the ABC show Nashville were at the same venue. “It was so cool to get to perform on the same stage the next day!”
Caster has released two albums, Small Time World and Just Gettin' Started, released in 2015 and 2017 respectively. The single “Queen of Memphis” hit #15 on the European Country music charts; the follow up track, “Trojan Horse”, peaked at #12.
“I just love performing. I have always jumped at the chance to sing and play in front of people. I am thankful for everything I have accomplished so far, but I can’t wait to get out there and accomplish more!” Brody Caster has his sights set high, and he will be a name all country fans know in the future.