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Caesar's Pandemic performance at The Kennedy Center  -
Caesar at The Kennedy Center - February 2022

Caesar's voice is a masterpiece - a rich baritone that flows smoothly, captivating listeners with every note. His delivery is legendary, reminiscent of the great Nat King Cole. When anyone hears Caesar’s smooth baritone vocals and elegant delivery, listeners instantly recall Cole. CBS News Radio said, “That's Caesar whose singing brings back Nat King Cole." The Screen Actors Guild enthused, “Caesars' smooth velvet voice has often been compared to Nat King Cole's, but he has his interpretation and style that compares to no one but is essentially and superbly…Caesar.”


August 2021 Caesar was diagnosed with Cancer, his Doctors told him that he could lose his voice and hearing during his 36 radiation treatments to his head and neck and five cycles of chemotherapy. Caesar remained optimistic, smiled focused on music and asked the Dr. Clark if he could make sure he has him ready for his February 24th performance. Caesar headlined at the Kennedy Center February 24, 2022, with the Symphony Orchestra, 28 days after his last radiation treatment, January 4, 2022. He is now Cancer free. I have a testimony of Perseverance. “God has blessed me to continue to share my gift with the world and I am truly thankful.” - Caesar 


Caesar is a Chicago native who has toured the world with Julio Iglesias, becoming the first and only male vocalist to tour with the global superstar. He has performed jazz standards and love ballads in five languages, and his performances are often accompanied by big bands, orchestras, or sparse acoustic guitar or piano instrumentation at performing arts theaters across the country. 

One of Caesar's notable recordings is "Jazz Standards for Today’s Audience," later retitled "Caesar Sings Nat King Cole," which he recorded at Capitol Studios. He used the same microphone and Steinway piano that Cole used in the 1950s, and the album was engineered by 23-time Grammy-winning legend Al Schmitt. The album is a sublime showcase for Caesar's suave, inviting, and majestic voice. Caesar has recorded on three albums with Peter White. “Good Day” went to #3 on the Billboard Charts featuring Boney James,  Paul Brown, Jeffery Osborne, & Jonathan Butler.


Caesar has performed, shared the stage with Herbie Hancock, Al Jarreau, Stanley Clarke, George Duke, Lou Rawls, Deborah Cox, Ronnie Laws, James Ingram, Phil Perry, Gerald Albright, Lalah Hathaway, Marion Meadows, Mindi Abair, Parliament Funkadelic featuring George Clinton, After 7, Lakeside, The Ohio Players, Tony Terry, Damon Wayans, Martin Lawrence, and Tommy Davidson, Thomas Miles and Steve Harvey just to name a few.

Overall, Caesar is a gifted performer with a remarkable talent for interpreting and delivering classic jazz standards and love ballads. His unique style and interpretation set him apart from other artists, and he continues to inspire and entertain audiences around the world.

"Caesar,  You've got it! singing my fathers music isn't easy."
- Natalie Cole
"Caesar,  You're anointed brother"
 - Stanley Clarke
“That's Caesar whose singing brings back Nat King Cole"
- CBS Radio News
"Caesar, I listened to your music last,"Nature Boy" and "Mona' Lisa sound great! 
- Harry Connick Jr.
“Caesars' smooth velvet voice has often been compared to Nat King Cole's, but he has his own interpretation and style that compares to no one but is essentially and superbly...Caesar.” 
- Marcia Smith - Screen Actors Guild
"Caesar,  You have a marvelous voice"
          - Julio Iglesias
"Wow! You have a great voice." 
- Herbie Hancock
"Caesar, I love your voice"
- Al Jarreau
"Caesar is an extremely talented singer who obviously loves what he does, and that shines through his performances, His voice is smooth, and he has a stage presence that immediately captured our audience. I found him to be an easy artist to work with, with a keen sense of musicianship that also commanded the respect of the orchestra. In conclusion, I would highly recommend Caesar as an artist to consider, and I personally continue to book Caesar as a featured artist where I conduct."         
- Kermit Poling - Music Director/Conductor
South Arkansas Symphony Orchestra/Shreveport Symphony Orchestra
Natalie Cole
SLIDE SHOW: Caesar is available with: Duo, Quartet, Big Band and Pops Symphony Orchestra


Bob Zucker - West Coast
Jennifer Spector - East Coast
(480) 582-6291



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