Time for Casey James, who tells us about how his parents got divorced when he was a child. Casey's mom describes the tough times their family faced.
Casey takes the stage with his electric guitar and sings "It's All Over Now." It's another standard rocker Casey performance. Vocals are gritty, and I like it better than Casey's other electric guitar effort because he's not as overshadowed by his instrument. Still, it seems like he's getting a bit predictable. He really doesn't offer many surprises in the way of vocal uniqueness. I know exactly what to expect from him every week, and that might not be a good thing.
Randy: "You're back to the Casey that I love."
Ellen: She says most women will go crazy over Casey's looks, "But for people like me...I thought it was fantastic."
Kara: "Tonight, you were a rock star."
Simon: "For me, that was like an audition performance...You've got to push yourself." He tells him he needs to use the stage more.