|Origin||Crumlin, Dublin, Ireland|
|Genres||Rock, acoustic rock, folk, soul|
|Instruments||Guitar, vocals ,keyboards, drums, percussion, producer|
|Labels||Sony, S2, Sony BMG, RCA Victor|
He received his first guitar when he was 12 and left home soon after and began busking and gigging for about 12 years. At about the age of 24 he was approached by Sony A&R Scout Hugh Murray at the International Bar in Dublin, while performing at the singer/songwriter night hosted by Dave Murphy. Sony gave Casey some studio time in Sun Studios Dublin where he recorded 9 tracks in 2 days. Sony decided that they liked the tracks so much that they wanted to release them as they were. They offered Paddy a recording contract. He was signed by Sony, and was eventually taken in by U2's management company, Principle Management.
Casey released his first album Amen (So Be It) in 1999. This album was produced by Pat Donne and was certified triple platinum in Ireland and did fairly well Worldwide. Casey played a range of different instruments in the short time spent recording it, and the track Winter's Fire featured Mundy as a guest guitarist. Sweet Suburban Sky surfaced the following year on the soundtrack to the award-winning US TV teen drama Dawson's Creek. Paddy received nominations for Best Irish Songwriter and Best Male Singer at the Hot Press Awards. Hot Press readers themselves voted the album Best Debut Album, as well as voting Paddy the year's Most Promising Act and nominating him in seven other end of the year categories. Touring saw Casey providing support to artists like R.E.M., Ian Brown, Ani DiFranco and The Pretenders.
Casey returned in 2003 with the multi-platinum album, Living. Living was produced by Fred De Faye, Paddy Casey and Pat Donne. It spawned the Irish chart hits Saints and Sinners, The Lucky One (in 2003) Bend Down Low and Want It Can't Have It (in 2004). Living spent the majority of the year in the top ten, climbing to the top of the charts 21 weeks after its initial release. In 2004 he won his first of two consecutive Meteor Irish Music Awards for Best Irish Male. He also garnered good reviews for a performance at that year's Oxegen Festival. 2004 saw Living confirmed as the highest selling Irish album of the year. He had a week-long residency at the Olympia Theatre. The year ended with a sold-out performance at Dublin's RDS.
In 2005, Casey toured The Living album extensively in Ireland and abroad, highlights including a headline concert at the Heineken Green Energy Festival and also supported U2 on their Vertigo tour, performing in Ireland, Scotland and Norway.
In 2006, Paddy went to LA to record with George Drakoulias, who had worked at the Def Jam label with Rick Rubin. Recording Dave Blanco's Studio in North Hollywood. Working there with some renowned musicians i.e. James Gadson (Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band & Bill Withers) Steve Ferrone (Average White Band, Tom Petty) and a few more. He returned to Ireland to finish the album in his kitchen. He worked on the rest of the album with the producer from "AMEN" Pat Donne. Titled 'Addicted To Company (Part One)', it was released in Ireland on 7 September 2007, and in the US on 1 April 2008. In March 2008, MTV US promoted him as MTV Buzzworthy Artist on their TV channel and website and on its student-led brand, MTVU. He toured the album extensively and also toured with KT Tunstall and Augustana amongst others.
On 3 April 2008 Paddy performed on the "Late Show with David Letterman".
After returning from the US Paddy chose to part ways with Sony and Paul McGuinness and for the next few years he began writing and recording at home. Deciding that the next album would consist of songs/tracks that were recorded on the day they were written. Once he had a collection he was happy with he called on his old friend Pat Donne began mixing the recordings, in November 2012 he released his first independent, long-awaited album 'The Secret Life Of'. The first single, "Wait", featuring the Shannon Gospel Choir, was released in May 2012. Paddy has been touring this album constantly in Ireland and abroad for the last few years with frequent visits to Australia, Europe and the middle East.
In November 2016 Paddy released the single 'Everything Must Change'. This was the first taster taken from Paddy's then forthcoming sixth album. Alongside this, Paddy also released a new music video for the single produced by Banjoman Films.
In July 2017 Paddy released 'Turn This Ship Around', the second single from this forthcoming album.
Paddy Casey's long awaited double album 'Turn This Ship Around' was released on August 6th, 2021. Turn This Ship Around is a double album with one side focusing on an array of acoustic songs decorated with elegant strings and piano and the other side featuring an array of full band tracks that span multiple genres  The album artwork for Turn This Ship Around is by filmmaker and artist Sophia Cadogan with prints available with pre-order of the album on www.paddycaseymusic.com
Casey's backing band consists of Tim McGrath (drums), Cion O’Callaghan (percussion), Fiona Melady (keyboards and backing vocals), John Colbert (bass and backing vocals), Andy Coogan (guitar and backing vocals) and Jonathon O’Halloran (flute and trumpet). Influences cited by Paddy Casey include Duke Ellington, John Martyn, The Waterboys, Prince and Sly & The Family Stone.
- Amen – 28 June 1999
- Living – 17 October 2003
- Addicted To Company – 7 September 2007
- The Secret Life Of... – 9 November 2012
- Songbook (The Best of Paddy Casey) – 10 October 2014
- Together with the Dublin Gospel Choir, Casey recorded two songs for the Even Better than the Real Thing Vol. 2 album: a new version of his own "Saints and Sinners", and cover medley featuring Bill Withers' "Grandma's Hands" and Blackstreet's "No Diggity".
- Turn This Ship Around 2021 - 6 August 2021
|17 May 1999||"Everybody Wants"||Amen (So Be It)|
|22 October 1999||"Whatever Gets You True"||Amen (So Be It)|
|4 February 2000||"Fear"||Amen (So Be It)|
|7 March 2003||"Family Tree"||n/a (Available on B-Sides Collection)|
|3 October 2003||"Saints and Sinners"||Living|
|5 December 2003||"The Lucky One"||Living|
|20 March 2004||"Bend Down Low"||Living|
|9 July 2004||"Want It Can't Have It"||Living|
|7 February 2005||"Saints and Sinners" (UK Release)||Living|
|24 August 2007||"Addicted To Company"||Addicted To Company (Part One)|
|22 November 2007||"You'll Get By"||Addicted To Company (Part One)|
|20 March 2008||"Not Out To Get You"||Addicted To Company (Part One)|
|July 2012||"Wait"||The Secret Life Of|
|Nov 2012||"It's Really Up To You"||The Secret Life Of|
|7 May 2013||"Lightsong/This Ain't Love"||The Secret Life Of|
|25 July 2014||"Out of Control"||Out of Control (Single) Paddy Casey & Kim Hayden|
|16 November 2016||"Everything Must Change"||Turn This Ship Around 2021|
|22 July 2017||"Turn This Ship Around"||Turn This Ship Around 2021|