Kasey Todd is a professional drummer, percussionist, vocalist, and an all around musician and entertainer. Along with being a performer, he also has credits as a producer, arranger, and bandleader. Kasey moved to Nashville, Tennessee in the fall of 2011, and is working as a full time touring and studio drummer. Before moving to Nashville, Kasey graduated from Otterbein University, in Columbus, Ohio, with a Bachelors Degree in Music with a focus in Jazz Studies. At Otterbein, Kasey studied all styles of music and spent a lot of time on drumset, vibraphone, orchestral and hand percussion. Kasey recently has been touring with grammy nominated rock band Tonic, most know for their 1997 hit 'If You Could Only See'. While not with Tonic, he tours as bandleader with Canadian country artist Aaron Goodvin(Warner Bros.). The latest single 'Lonely Drum' is Aaron's second top ten single on the Canadian country charts. Kasey also performs and records with singer-songwriter Jace Everett, best known for the theme song to HBO's True Blood. Looking forward to a 2017 release of the new Jace record 'Dust & Dirt'. Kasey still holds the drum chair live and in the studio with The Van-Dells. When not out with these three, Kasey keeps busy working with a wide range of Nashville artists, and is even an entertainer at the Big Bang Dueling Piano Bars where he can be found singing, playing piano, drums, and bass. Kasey grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and was involved in music at a very young age. His father is the Co-Owner and front man of 50’s and 60’s show band, The Van-Dells. This has allowed Kasey to be around the music business his whole life, gaining great first hand experiences into the industry. Kasey has been on stage performing since the age of two and has had the pleasure to play with many great artists and groups. Some of those include Jace Everett, Josh Thompson, Aaron Goodvin, Sam Lewis, Morgan Frazier (NBC's The Voice), The Van-Dells, Rick Brantley, Megan Ruger (NBC's The Voice), Matty Monk, Andrew Varner, The Central Ohio Symphony Orchestra, The Otterbein College Faculty Jazz Ensemble, and The Westerville Symphony Orchestra just to name a few.