The singer, who finished in the sixth place on 'American Idol' season 10, celebrates his record deal by singing a jazzy song and showcasing his multi-instrumental talents.
Casey Abrams has been officially signed to Concord Music Group, and he expresses his joy for joining the label by singing. Grabbing his cello, the former contestant of "American Idol" tenth season plays some jazzy tune while crooning, "I got signed yesterday."
Showcasing his multi talents by playing instruments other than cello, Casey promises a lot of good music and is looking forward to sharing it with his fans. "I'm Casey and I just got signed to Concord and I just feel fine/ Prepare for me to blow your mind," he concludes.
In line with Casey's excitement, Concord Music Group chief creative officer John Burk issues a statement, praising him for having a "deep and untapped" talent. The label boss adds, "We're excited to work with Casey and 19 Entertainment on fulfilling his great promise."
Casey joins fellow contestants of "Idol" season 10 each of whom has found homes for their albums. Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina have released their debut efforts on Mercury Nashville, while Pia Toscano and Haley Reinhart are preparing for their first CD on Interscope.