Caesar Sings Nat "King" Cole for Today's Audience
Caesar possesses that rare ability to achieve, from the moment he steps on stage, a profound emotional interaction with his audience. He touches the listener with the purity of the lyrics, and establishes a beautiful ambiance by sharing with the audience a public show of gratitude to Nat "King" Cole for the influence Nat had on him the music industry and the entire world.
A Chicago native and graduate of Southern University, Caesar is considered one of the smoothest baritone vocalists on the music scene today as he effortlessly goes from singing with sparse accompaniment to swinging with the big band and performing with the Symphony Orchestra.
Caesar sings in multiple languages, has toured the world with Julio Iglesias and received over 190K YouTube views. He is featured with Nat 'King" Cole in the award winning CBS News Radio segment on The Observation Deck by: 3-Time Murrow Award Winning Anchor - Dave Barrett.
Caesar's album titled, "Caesar Sings Nat "King" Cole" was recorded at Capitol Studios - Hollywood, in Studio A, using the original microphone and Steinway piano Nat "King" Cole used in the 1950s, engineered by 23-Time Grammy Award Winner - Al Schmitt.
"Caesar, I still remember the first time I heard you sing at a Screen Actors Guild event and the magical effect it had on the audience. Your exquisite renditions of classic jazz and love songs left each one of us with evoked memories of times past and hopes of things to come. You have a rich, melodious, smooth voice that I know has been compared to Nat "King" Cole's, but you also have your own interpretation and style that compares to no-one and is essentially and superbly......Caesar."
- Marcia Smith - Executive Director
Screen Actors Guild Foundation