Casey Abrams is a 19-year old from California who auditioned for American Idol in Austin, Texas. The season 10 hopeful is unique in both...
Casey Abrams Speaks on New Album, Important Cause
During his season 10 run on American Idol, Casey Abrams was anything but predictable. Viewers really had no idea what they were in for each week, as this aspiring singer advanced farther and farther in the competition.
With Casey's first album as a signed artist out today, THG asked what fans can look forward to and he was pretty straightforward: More of the same!
EXCLUSIVE: Casey Abrams Talks American Idol Tour, IBD Awareness
Casey Abrams, a THG favorite from this past season of American Idol, is currently touring the nation with Scotty, Lauren and other season 10 finalists. But he's doing a lot more than that, too.
He's working with the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America, helping to bring attention to Inflammatory Bowel Disease, the condition that almost forced him to withdraw from Idol. In the following exclusive interview, Casey speaks on his hospitalization, the tour and this important cause...
Casey Abrams: On An Old, Sweet Roll
Wednesday on American Idol, Casey Abrams picked "Hi-De-Ho (That Old Sweet Roll)" from Carole King's catalog - a song made famous by Blood, Sweat & Tears.
While there was no blood, sweat or tears on the stage (well, maybe a little sweat), there was plenty of passion from Casey, who remains a unique performer.
Casey Abrams Does Maroon 5, Kisses Jennifer Lopez
Casey Abrams' rendition of "Harder to Breathe" by Maroon 5 was alright last night. He's got a little funk to him, enough to do Adam Levine justice out there.
The vocals were mediocre at times, but give him credit for not holding back on the performance. He ended the song right in front of J. Lo - and kissed her.
Casey Abrams Goes Back to Nature, Boy
"It's hard to find a song that defines me as an artist." - Casey Abrams
These American Idol kids are getting frisky. Like James Durbin, Casey butted heads a bit with producer Jimmy Iovine regarding his selection Wednesday.
Casey Abrams is Not Going Anywhere
Casey Abrams, who was voted off American Idol the first week of the finals, only to be bailed out by the judges, is doing his best to prove himself worthy of the save.
The stripped-down version of Credence Clearwater Revival's "Have You Ever Seen the Rain" he performed last night should keep him around another week for sure.
Should the Judges Have Saved Casey Abrams?
Casey Abrams saw his life flash before his eyes last night. His American Idol life, that is.
The bearded singer was surprisingly voted out by fans, following a lackluster Motown cover on Wednesday. Like the finalists before him, Casey was then given the chance to sing one more time in front of the judges in order to convince them to use their one-time "save" and keep him around.
Casey Abrams Performs an American Idol First
Casey Abrams made American Idol history last night.
The bearded, talented finalist became the first contestant to ever cover a Nirvana single, putting his unique spin on "Smells Like Teen Spirit." It wasn't the greatest performance of the evening - that honor likely fell to Stefano Langone - but you have to give Casey props to taking such a risk.
Casey Abrams: Hospitalized, Feeling Better
For the second time in a week, Casey Abrams was hospitalized with ulcerative colitis last night.
The American Idol finalist missed the latest results show - in which Ashthon Jones was sent home - as Ryan Seacrest told viewers: "Wave to him. We know you're watching, buddy. Feel better. Shout out to the nurses. Get back here soon, okay?"
Casey Abrams: A Plethora of Passion
Prior to his performance on American Idol last night, Casey Abrams was told by Jimmy Iovine:"You can't sing like [Joe Cocker] and be casual."
At this point, though, we can safely say that Casey will never have an issue with being casual.
Casey Abrams: Growling, Howling, Earning Standing Ovation
The concluding, standing ovation-inducing performance of Casey Abrams on American Idol last night almost never happened.
This semifinalist was holed up in a hospital late last week, teetering on the edge of disqualification when he came close to missing Friday's taping of the top 12 male performances.
Casey Abrams Doesn't Need No Doctor!
Looking like Seth Rogen and sounding a bit like Seth Rogen, Casey Abrams scatted his way through an American Idol audition in Austin last night.
What did the judges think of his unique performance? Sum it up for us, Steven: "That was sick good."