We head to West Texas for the sound of New Traditionalist Case Hardin . Case recently released his debut album 'Over Fort Worth' to rave reviews across the Lone Star State.
Case Hardin, a native son of San Angelo, Texas, grew up with a ranching and rodeo background while developing a love for traditional and neo-traditional country music. Case began his music career his senior year of high school in 2013, and hasn't looked back since his American Idol debut that same year. Backed by his band, their influences are very recognizable in the way that they play, from traditional honky-tonk music, to more progressive Texas music.
To add to his accomplishments, Case has already won various awards and competitions including State FFA, SXSO and many others. Case has played with the likes of symphonies, Jody Nix, Jake Hooker, Billy Mata, Floyd Domino, Dave Alexander and Asleep At The Wheel. Along with all of this, Case has opened for Casey Donahew, Roger Creager, Cory Morrow, Jason Boland, Radney Foster and other Nashville/Texas Country Legends.
In Case’s short career in music, he has already played many Texas rodeos, music festivals, and dancehalls. Case Hardin released his debut album, “Over Fort Worth,” made with George Strait's, Aaron Watson's, Cory Morrow's, William Clark Green's, and Kevin Fowler's band. “Deep Blue Me” is the first single from his accredited album and is being played on radio airwaves across the state.