Brody Caster to Perform in Natchitoches

Natchitoches, LA- Nashville recording artist Brody Caster will be performing live on the downtown riverbank stage from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Natchitoches Christmas Festival on Saturday December 5th, 2015. A native of Kansas, Brody’s love for music formed at a very young age: his first performance was in front of 300 people while he was in kindergarten. 

In high school, Brody was selected through a rigorous audition process to be one of the three students representing the State of Kansas in a National Honor Choir, which afforded him the opportunity to perform at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. Brody says that once he performed on that historic stage, he was hooked and knew that he wanted to perform country music for living.

It didn’t take long for Nashville talent scouts to find Brody, and he soon signed a record deal with SMG Records of Nashville. Brody released his first CD, Small Town World, in May 2015, which contains original music, as well as cover pieces.  He loves all types of music but gravitates towards Country and Country Blues, which is evident in his CD. His rendition of “Queen of Memphis” was released to European radio in May 2015 and by mid-June, the single hit number 15 on the European charts.

Mary Catherine Harrington, Marketing Director at SMG Records, is excited to introduce Brody to her hometown of Natchitoches, especially during the Christmas season. 

“We at SMG Records really believe that Brody is one of the hot new talents in Nashville, and are extremely excited about his prospects in the country music field,” said Harrington. “I wanted to show him off to my hometown and show off my hometown to him as well,” she continued. “Brody will deliver a fantastic high energy show and, I promise you, will not disappoint.” 

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