Hailing from the furthest reaches of Texas (every which side of the state), Casper Allen left home early in search of experience, and, years later, his search continues. Detailing his experiences in the Texas songwriting tradition of his heroes Guy Clark and Townes Van Zandt, Allen explores themes of addiction, life on the road, and the ups and downs of a life well-traveled with a style developed busking on street corners and playing in dusty bars across the greater U.S.

After years of singing accompanied only by his own guitar, Allen has built a strong performing catalog of original songs and hidden gems of the American songbook. Now residing in Austin, he enjoys a newfound stability, a good cigarette, a long walk in the woods, and chicken.