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The Casey Neill Trio has an intimate, well-spaced sound, with guitar, fiddle and mandolin being the chief instrumentation on most of Skree's tracks (sometimes augmented with banjo, dobro, bodhran, flute, etc.). Neill's songs are earnest, intelligent, and mindful both of folk tradition (see his fine cover of the Irish standard "Hare of Kilgrain") and contemporary tastes, injecting the energy of folk-rock as well as hints of Celtic, bluegrass, and country. Highlights include "A Mighty Love," "Love Is a Killing Thing," "Mingulay Boat Song," and "Okanogan County."


Born: Portland, Oregon

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Casey Neill is a Portland, Oregon-based singer/songwriter known for blending politically oriented folk with Celtic, punk, country, and other styles. Neill was raised on the East Coast but moved to Olympia, Washington to attend Evergreen State University, where he became interested in environmentalism and protest music. Throughout the mid-'90s, Neill worked in the Pacific Northwest underground music scene, self-releasing a handful of cassettes and CDs before signing with the Appleseed label. Basing...
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