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Gene Casey and Lone Sharks / Press

“Casey is the premier barroom troubador of Eastern Long Island. That includes Montauk, the Hamptons on up to Riverhead and any town with an Indian name. But there’s no doubt he would sweep the Sons of Herman Hall crowd in Dallas off their feet, not to mention The Broken Spoke in Austin.”

“Re. "UNTRAINED": "In an unprecedented move, Mr. Casey has gone semi-solo for this album..."”

“Re. "UNTRAINED: "Casey expresses sentiments in his own particular way, including defying expectations of rhyme in lyrics that pulse against a regular rockabilly beat."”

"What Happened" is as revelatory as a midcentury gem that comes over late-night radio. Gene Casey has forever knocked back the criticism that a local band can't produce a great album

“The Lone Sharks' new CD is full of songs about lyin’, dancin’, rainin’, cheatin’, dyin’, lovin’ ‘n’ leavin’, and when Gene lets his deep baritone loose, you’d swear the Man in Black himself just walked in the joint….bottom line: this album is as American as you can get. ”

“ GENE CASEY & the LONE SHARKS "What Happened" CD “A rockabilly classic. Clear and true, and has the feel of those great AM analog radio hits that I used to turn up loud when I was cruisin' in my '66 Fairlane ”

"Best of the Best" several years running

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