Casey Edgar, lead singer for new Country-rock outfit, Flatland Revival, is from Stroud, Oklahoma, a small town nestled in the heart of the great American highway, Route 66. Just like that picturesque highway, Edgar’s songs are populated with vivid scenes and characters straight out of the American heartland. He brought his guitar and his experiences growing up on the Oklahoma plains to Nashville TN, where he has honed his writing style with many of the city’s top tunesmiths, and perfected his performing skills in the honkey-tonks of Nashville’s Lower Broadway. “Nashville is a very inspiring place to live," says Edgar, “it has a way of pushing artists to their full potential. And the hard work reflects the heritage of Country Music”.
Flatland Revival is about to do a series of shows to promote their soon to be released EP, Bible Belt Kid. It will be a full circle moment for Casey Edgar, a hometown boy returning to his roots.