Casey Crescenzo

Rock Singer

Casey Crescenzo was born in United States on December 19th, 1983 and is the Rock Singer. At the age of 40, Casey Crescenzo biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
December 19, 1983
United States
Place of Birth
United States
40 years old
Zodiac Sign
Guitarist, Keyboardist, Multi-instrumentalist, Singer-songwriter
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Light brown
Eye Color
Light brown
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Casey Crescenzo Career

Crescenzo's start as a musician began in high school with a band called Anomaly, then a band named Dillusion. He eventually moved into in the Boston music scene when a musical act, the notably established The Receiving End of Sirens approached him, offering him the opportunity to perform along with them in light of a recent falling out with former vocalist Ben Potrykus. After hearing Crescenzo's vocal work they offered to sign him on to the band permanently, which he accepted. The band then went to work on their self-titled E.P. and found that not only could Crescenzo sing, he could also write in a very romantic/poetic format, which gave Casey the reins to some of the writing for the five track disc, along with bassist Brendan Brown. The half-length was well received by the public and Triple Crown Records extended the band a contract in 2004, just a few weeks after declaring on their website that the band would not sign to a label because only minor labels had offered them contracts at the time.

TREOS was then rushed into developing their first full-length album, entitled Between the Heart and the Synapse. On the album Crescenzo played guitar, Rhodes piano, an electric sitar, and various other instruments while also helping in the production of the album and the segues from one track to another.

While a member of TREOS, Crescenzo wrote the Dear Ms. Leading Demos, tracks that did not seem to fit the style TREOS had become accustomed to playing. Casey decided after he parted ways with TREOS to devote his time and abilities to The Dear Hunter and make it his full-time band. In September 2006, the band released its first album Act I: The Lake South, The River North on Triple Crown Records. The album was widely praised by critics, despite negative feedback from fans due to its irregular and unique styles, which, though not completely unlike those of TREOS, were distinguishably different from his former band. As time wore on more and more fans began to gravitate towards The Dear Hunter because of the intricate storyline woven within their first album, a tale of a young man who lost his overwhelmingly caring and affectionate prostitute mother at a young age. The Dear Hunter exploded onto the music scene in May 2007 when the band released their first full-length album, Act II: The Meaning of, and All Things Regarding Ms. Leading, a continuation of Act I, throughout which the main character has various encounters with a certain young female, Ms. Leading, a prostitute like his mother who misleads him into believing that she loved him after a night spent alone together that ended in a loss of the boy's virginity. A book based on the story of Act II has been completed and authored by Crescenzo. Artist, Kent St. John is currently working on the illustrations for the book. Crescenzo is currently looking for a publisher or will publish it on his own, a process that may take a while. He also produced the album Fangs for the band Falling Up in 2008.