Casey Wood is a Nashville-based producer, recording engineer, and musician. He has been in the industry since 1999. Upon moving to Nashville, he was employed at the historic Woodland Studios until it's closing around Christmas of 2000. He has spent the better part of the last 10 years engineering for producers such as Kyle Lehning, Tony Brown, Norbert Putnam, Adrian Belew, Steve Jordan, Derek George, and Fred Mollin to name a few, as well as working with artists like Randy Travis, Little Richard, Jimmy Buffett, Robert Cray, J.D.Souther, Kenny Rogers, Ayla Brown, Marshall Chapman, and Restless Heart. He has also produced albums for country artist Charlie Daniels and many indie artists ranging from Shane Lamb to Danielle Bloom to Bruce Brown to Jeff Janikowski. In 2004 and again in 2006, he won Grammy's for his work on Randy Travis's Worship and Faith records. Recently he recorded and mixed Randy Houser's "How Country Feels" album, which has seen three singles go to number 1 on the country charts. He plays drums, keys, and percussion on many of his recordings and is a member of The Leonard Small Situation (Hammond quartet), 9-Volt Romeo, and is a member of The Wild Elephants with Marshall Chapman.