Casey Wood is a Nashville-based producer, recording engineer, and musician. Upon moving to Nashville in 1999, he was employed at the historic Woodland Studios until it's closing. He has produced and recorded albums for Charlie Daniels, Eamonn McCrystal, The Scooter Brown Band and many other artists. In addition to working at many great studio in Nashville and abroad, he is the owner of The Insanery recording studio.
Casey has engineered recordings for artists such as Randy Travis, Little Richard, Kenny Rogers, Bryan White, Buddy Guy, Randy Houser, Chase Bryant, Adam Craig, Dustin Lynch, Jimmy Webb, J.D. Souther, Lynda Carter, BJ Thomas and Restless Heart while working with producers such as Kyle Lehning, Tony Brown, Norbert Putnam, Adrian Belew, Derek George and Fred Mollin. In 2004 and again in 2006, he won Grammy's for his work on Randy Travis's Worship and Faith records. He’s recorded and/or mixed #1 country hits including Randy Houser’s “How Country Feels”, “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight”, “Goodnight Kiss”, and “We Went”, Dustin Lynch’s “Where It’s At”, Joe Nichol’s “Sunny and 75”. In 2016, the 3 Country Music Hall Of Fame inductees (Charlie Daniels, Randy Travis, and Fred Foster) were all people he’d recorded with.
He plays drums, keys, and percussion on many of his recordings. The Insanery houses a large assortment percussion instruments among its gear. He is a member of The Leonard Small Situation (Hammond B3 Jazz quartet), The Wild Elephants with Marshall Chapman, and 9 Volt Romeo which is one of the house bands at Kix Brooks’ Arrington Vineyards. He can be heard playing drums on records by Marshall Chapman, Shane Lamb and Adam Craig’s “Just a Phase” single.
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