Casey Abrams Remembers his Roots

May 4, 2012 at 10:54 am Leave a comment

by Julia Countryman

Idyllwild Arts Alum Casey Abrams came home to Idyllwild recently to shoot cover photos for his upcoming album on the Concord Music label. Casey’s mentor, Marshall Hawkins, commented, “This is a wonderful tribute to Idyllwild Arts Academy by Casey, and it salutes his upbringing.  It’s wonderful to see Casey doing so well.  He’s incredibly busy right now, but he always has the time to remember his beginnings in Idyllwild.”

Casey was also spotted at Cafe Aroma in Idyllwild last month when he and fellow musicians Dave Hitchings, Paul Carman, and Lake Jiroudek played a set or two for a delighted crowd. Hawkins continued, “They were fabulous.  Casey defines the difference between being a professional and being a real pro. He never forgets his roots and where he got his start.”

Entry filed under: Music Stuff.

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