Casey Patrick Tebo
Casey Tebo is an American film and video director. His longest running collaboration is with Aerosmith. Tebo has directed hundreds live concerts for artists ranging from Aerosmith, Mötley Crüe, Judas Priest and Velvet Revolver to Run DMC, Jennifer Hudson and Sarah McLachlan. He has directed live broadcast events for Disney/ESPN, NFL, and MTV and specials including VH1's "Fashion Rocks," ABC's "Dick Clark's Rockin' Eve" and Hard Rock Cafe's "London Calling. In 2012 Tebo wrote the comedic intro, and directed Aerosmith's first music video in over 10 years, "Legendary Child]]
'Tebo has done the last 8 episodes of the TV Series CMT Crossroads
Randy Travis and The Avett Brothers
Lady Antebellum and Stevie Nicks
The Band Perry and Fall Out Boy
Dierks Bentley and OneRepublic
Kacey Musgraves and Katy Perry
John Legend and Lee Ann Womack
Bob Seger and Jason Aldean
Tebo was discovered by Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler while working as an editor on Aerosmith's Rockin' the Joint album alongside English music director Dick Carruthers in 2003, frontman Steven Tyler aptly told Tebo, "You should be the one directing." Since 2006, Tebo has spanned the globe from Moscow to Abu Dhabi serving as Aerosmith's tour documentarian and live director, creating dozens of short film concert pieces for the band along the way.
An offshoot to live directing, Tebo has made the successful transition to commercial director, creating spots for ESPN, VH1, MTV, Cadillac, Mercedes-Benz, USA Today and G-Tech Lottery corporation. Prior to becoming a director, Tebo was an editor and visual artist collaborating with Outkast, Radiohead, Deep Purple, Kid Rock, Slash and Stone Temple Pilots. He's been published in Rolling Stone, Spin, and Playboy.
it was Tebo's friend and mentor Steven Tyler who told him "It's time for people to see you can do more than direct big rock concerts"
In 2013 Tebo's first feature film will be released, it is a concert film entitled "ROCK FOR THE RISING SUN". The film tells the story of Aerosmith's journey to Japan shortly after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster of 2011.
In 2014, Tebo wrote and directed his first narrative feature film entitled "HAPPY BIRTHDAY!" It's slated for release in 2015.