Unlike the previous album Physical Therapy, specific instrumentalist credits are not provided for each track. However, it is unlikely that the band members shifted roles in the few years between albums; these credits from the first album should denote what each band member played.
- Terrance Coleman - Bass, Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar
- Michael Fitzgerald - Soprano, Alto, and Tenor saxophone, and Keyboards
- Ben Monroe - drums and percussion
- Brian White - Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, and MIDI Guitars, and Keyboards
In addition, several special guests made contributions to Casino.
- Mark Owens - Keyboards (Tracks 1 & 14)
- Leroi Brashears - Muted Trumpet & Flugelhorn (Tracks 6, 9, & 10)
- Kent KcVey - Keyboards (Tracks 7 & 13)
- Kirk Grice - Djembe (Track 6)
- Eugene "Spud" Taylor - guitar parts only (Track 10)
- "Skeeta" - All keyboard parts (Tracks 9 & 11)
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