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Singer-Songwriter Casey James teamed-up with US Airways to perform in Washington D.C.’s Reagan National Airport in celebration of their 30 Days for DC promotion. Casey performed an acoustic set that included his new single, “Crying On A Suitcase.” Fitting, right? The performance was held on the concourse level of National Hall.
“I can’t think of a more appropriate place to sing “Crying On A Suitcase,” said Casey. “It’s an emotional song and who hasn’t been in that spot where your pride is coming between you and someone you love. This song is about that moment when you have to make that decision to stay or go and you make the choice to go after the one you love,” he continued.
In addition to the performance, Casey will be the featured artist in US Airways Magazine for the month of November. Casey’s self-titled album debuted at Number 2 on the Billboard Country Album Chart upon its release and he co-wrote 9 of the 11 tracks on the album.
The concert is part of US Airways’ month-long campaign of promotions, surprises and events that give back to the Washington, D.C. community called “30 Days for D.C.” The campaign celebrates the airline’s expanded service from Reagan National. The campaign kicked-off on July 7 and will last through August 5. More information and a calendar of events for the final days is available at http://www.30daysfordc.com.
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19 Recordings/BNA Records artist Casey James is releasing his new single “Crying on a Suitcase” as a follow-up to his hit debut, “Let’s Don’t Call It A Night.” The song is available on iTunes and on James’s self-titled debut album. It is one of the singer’s favorite tracks. “I’m excited that ‘Crying On A Suitcase’ is my new single,” shares Casey. “This song is so intense and emotional. The idea of someone right on the verge of losing their loved one, and doing everything to keep it from happening. Who hasn’t been there?”
Casey just wrapped up a slew of appearances at CMA Festival, including performances, autograph signings and meet and greets. He co-hosted the Opry Trust Fund’s Guitars of the Stars Auction with Bill Cody, which raised over $20,000, including $2,400 for a guitar signed by James.