Who is Casey Kidd? Why should I care? Oh great, another college kids senior web portfolio project- There aren't enough of those gunking up the internet.
Unfortunately, these are just a few of the thoughts that went through my head when your site came up. Unless I knew who you are, or deliberately searched for you or your music, I would instantly bounce as well. It's not about how much content you have on your landing page, in fact less is often more, but it's the quality of the content that counts. A landing page must instantly grip the user, pull them in and sell your site. It must entice visitors to want to explore what else you have to offer. Does your LP do this? Do you think it does?
Another issue I see, from a design perspective, is that your navigation should be skewed to the right. I see that it flows nicely with the darkened portion of your image, but this can easily be inverted with CSS or Photoshop and maintain a natural look. The reason for this is human nature. We instinctively scan from left to right while dropping down as soon as a page opens, so following this logic your navigation is easily skipped over. You can find tips like this in Microsoft's UX guideline. I highly recommend giving it a look over.