Nothing makes for a cozier evening than the rich strains of Nat Cole, especially when delivered by acclaimed baritone vocalist Caesar. With constant flashes of a huge, bright smile not unlike Cole's, Caesar, a Chicago native, enraptures audiences with deep, spellbinding vocals that have been compared to the King's, with his own interpretation and style that compares to no-one, but is essentially and superbly.....Caesar.
Caesar's voice is a direct link to the Golden Age of true vocal artistry, possessing the rare ability to sing in multiple languages. He got his first break when he nailed an audition for Julio Iglesias at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, becoming the first and only baritone vocalist to perform and tour with the legendary performer on his Tango World Tour. His debut album "Jazz Standards for Today's Audience" was recorded in Studio A at Capitol Studios using the original microphone and Steinway piano Nat used in the 1950s, Engineered by 22-Time Grammy Winner, Al Schmitt.