Casey Jones (band)

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Casey Jones
OriginJacksonville, Florida
Years active2003—2012
LabelsIndependent, Eulogy, Indianola
Associated actsEvergreen Terrace, Me and Mark, Stick to Your Guns
Past membersJosh James
Caleb James
James Siboni
Evan Judd
John Howard
Josh Smith
Jason Southwell
Josh Card

Casey Jones was a straight edge hardcore band from Jacksonville, Florida.[2] The band consisted of members from Evergreen Terrace and Anchors Away and was signed to Eulogy Records. They released three albums and a split 7"[3]


Casey Jones formed in early 2003 as a side project of Evergreen Terrace. The band's name is taken from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles character Casey Jones.

The band was originally started by Josh James of Evergreen Terrace, his brother Caleb, and Josh Smith (former member of Evergreen Terrace). Shortly after forming, the band wrote several songs and recorded a five-song demo entitled Are Some Crucial Dudes. Not long after this, the band recorded their first full length The Few, The Proud, The Crucial which was released on Indianola Records.[4] After several member changes, the band recorded their second full length, The Messenger, which was released on Eulogy Records in June 2006.[5] In 2008 the band departed Eulogy.[6]

Casey Jones released their final album, I Hope We're Not the Last, on January 11, 2011.[7][8] It also marked the band’s final year of touring.[2]

Casey Jones disbanded in 2012. After disbanding Casey Jones released a documentary about the life and death of the band entitled Start To Finish.

Former members[edit]

  • Josh James - vocals
  • Caleb James - drums
  • James Siboni - bass
  • Evan Judd - guitar
  • John Howard - guitar
  • Jason Southwell - guitar
  • Josh Smith - bass



  • Start To Finish (2012)


  1. ^ Simon, Von. "Casey Jones "The Messenger" Review 2017". Retrieved 13 April 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Interview with Josh James of Casey JonesRock Edition | Rock Edition". Retrieved 2015-11-06.
  3. ^ "Casey Jones (4)". Discogs. Retrieved 2015-11-06.
  4. ^ "Casey Jones (4) - The Few, The Proud, The Crucial". Discogs. Retrieved 2015-11-06.
  5. ^ "Casey Jones (4) - The Messenger". Discogs. Retrieved 2015-11-06.
  6. ^ "Casey Jones Interview | Blow The Scene". Blow The Scene. Retrieved 2015-11-06.
  7. ^ "Casey Jones (4) - I Hope We're Not The Last". Discogs. Retrieved 2015-11-06.
  8. ^ "Interview with Casey Jones lead singer Josh James «  Interviews «". Retrieved 2015-11-06.

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