Bobby Casey (1926-2000) was an Irish traditional fiddler.. Casey was born at the Crosses of Annagh near Miltown Malbay, County Clare. His father, John ‘Scully’ Casey, who died when Bobby was in his mid teens, was a well-known fiddler as well as being a flautist and concertina player. Scully gave lessons to Junior Crehan, as did Scully’s cousin, the noted dance master Thady Casey. Bobby in turn learned much of his playing from Junior Crehan and the two remained lifelong friends. Bobby was also influenced by the playing of Michael Coleman, Michael Gorman, and Frank O’Higgins.