Casey Henry has been playing banjo for twenty-two years and teaching for nineteen of those. Her first professional music experience was playing bass with her parents’ band at age 14. She lived in Nashville for ten years and there appeared with June Carter Cash, Jim Hurst, Pat Flynn, and played on the Grand Ole Opry with Michael Martin Murphey. Casey has played with the bands Uncle Earl, The Dixie Bee-Liners, Tennessee Heartstrings, and her own group Casey & Chris and the Two-Stringers. She has taught three instructional DVDs for The Murphy Method and appeared in numerous others. Her banjo CD, Real Women Drive Trucks continues to garner praise. She contributes regularly to Banjo Newsletter magazine and now lives and teaches in Winchester, Virginia.