The Gold Coast based, Barnes had a solid start to 2018 when his current album, The Good Life debuted at #1 on the iTunes Country Album Chart and peaked at #2 on the Aria County Album Chart. Radio has embraced a number of cuts from the album including, The Way We Ride, Be Mine, and his current single, Better Days. Lead single, Ain’t Coming Home enjoyed consecutive weeks at #1 on the Country Tracks Top 40 chart.
The Good Life has helped Casey to grow his audience to over 134,000 listeners per month across streaming services alone. His recordings have generated 4.37 million streams with over 40,000 fans joining in online to tell the likeable artist that they are ready for whatever he’s got next in store for them.
‘The last couple of years have been a time incredible of growth for me personally and professionally,’ said Barnes. ‘I dared to approach Michael Chugg when I played CMC Rocks and was stunned to find that he knew my music.’ Barnes’ approach was timed to perfection with Chugg Music in growth mode and looking for great new music and artists to represent regardless of genre.