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Cas Haley

April 20 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm MDT

Cas Haley is a talented singer-songwriter with a soulful voice and a gift for creating music that combines different genres and influences. Born and raised in Texas, Cas was exposed to a wide range of musical styles from a young age, including country, rock, blues, and reggae. He began playing music at an early age and quickly discovered that he had a natural talent for singing and playing guitar.

In 2007, Cas Haley gained national attention on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, where he wowed audiences with his acoustic reggae cover of The Police’s ‘Walking On the Moon’. His performance was an instant viral hit and helped him secure a spot as a finalist on the show. Since then, Cas has released seven albums of original music, showcasing his unique blend of Southern soul roots and reggae-inspired rhythms.

Cas has toured extensively throughout the United States, captivating audiences with his soulful voice and creative blend of musical styles, and has played at numerous venues and festivals. His live performances are known for their energy and passion, and he has a devoted fan base that appreciates his authenticity and musical creativity.

With his latest project, “Boots, Rock, Reggae Vol 1,” Cas is pushing the boundaries of his musical style even further. He has taken some of America’s favorite country and rock songs and arranged them in his signature Southern soul reggae style, creating something entirely new and exciting. The album is a testament to Cas’s talent as a musician and his ability to blend different genres and styles in a way that is both fresh and familiar.


April 20
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm MDT
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Swallow Hill Music


Swallow Hill Music – Daniels Hall
71 East Yale Ave
Denver, 80210 United States
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