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"Party like it's 1959 with The Caezars"

IF you like your rock’n’roll mad, bad and dangerous to know, you’ll be no doubt already slapping a bucket of pomade into your quiff for the visit of The Caezars to Weymouth later this month.

The rockabilly foursome, who appear to have inherited the unusual genetic make-up of Gene Vincent, The Hives, Dr Feelgood and The Cramps, will be at the Queen’s to help celebrate the King Street music venue’s first birthday on Saturday, October 29.

Having toured this summer with music press dahlings The Vaccines and supported Imelda May, big things are expected of The Caezars next year. And with their raw sound, an attitude stroppier than Carlos Tevez on a bad day and authentic 50s gear, who’d try to stop them?

If these London-based fairground bruisers don’t feature on the soundtrack of the next Tarantino movie, I’ll eat my pork pie hat.

Those of you with this new-fangled internet thing, go to dorsetecho.co.uk/leisure/ music and hear The Caezars’ take on Plan B’s She Said. Go on, off you go now. Okay, come back. - Dorset Echo


"Rockabilly Young Team Rock All Night"

"By day I study history at London Met" says AJ Denning, the frontman who gets the shave for rockabilly rejuvenators The CAEZARS. "Modern History - 1789 onwards." That's modern enough. A London/ Portsmouth/ Brighton/ Cornwall four-piece, half yet to exit their teens, they formed in 2009 after meeting on the Fifties Scene. Firey live shows have been compared to Jim Jones Revue meeting Johnny Burnette and the Rock'n'Roll Trio, making fans of Boz Boorer, Bob Harris and tour-mates The Vaccines. In 2010 'Shakedown' came out in the US but White Stripes fan AJ says material produced by Imelda May's spouse Darrel Higham will better bottle their live lightning. "It seems like fidelty's taken over from feeling and spirit," he muses. "A great fifties track can make you scream and cry. To me, modern music's never come close to that rawness." - Ian Harrison - MOJO Magazine


Discography

WILD021 Broken Hearted & Mean/ Hail Caezar - June 2010
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WILD--- Shakedown Album - July 2010
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RADIO God's Jukebox BBC Radio 2 - 18th Sept 2010

6 Feet In The Ground LIVE
Broken Hearted & Mean LIVE
You Can Love Me LIVE
Sittin' At The top LIVE
+ Interview
Bonus Track via web site only
Baby I'm Just Bad LIVE
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RADIO JO Whiley BBC Radio 2 In Concert - Seal, - 23rd Sept 2010
6 Feet In The Ground LIVE
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CZR001 She's My Miss CD Single - April 2011
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RADIO Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music Introducing -14th Feb 2011
You Can Love Me
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RADIO Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music Introducing - 28th Feb 2011
You Can Love Me
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RADIO Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music Introducing - 11th April 2011
Heartache Overload
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RADIO Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music Introducing - 17th April 2011
Heartache Overload
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RADIO Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music Introducing - 6th June 2011
Heartache Overload + Interview
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RADIO Bob Harris - Sunday Sessions -12th June 2011
Heartache Overload
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RADIO Bob Harris - Sunday Sessions - 26th June 2011
Heartache Overload
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RADIO Melitta Dennett BBC Introducing SOUTH - 30th Oct 2011
Broken Hearted & Mean

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Lured together on a basic inherent mission to rattle the cobwebs from bog standard Rock'n'Roll, THE CAEZARS formed their teenage assault (or insult?) on music in the Summer of 2009, and have since flourished to stray across the borders of Spain; Denmark; France; Italy; Holland; Sweden; Switzerland and the United States of America.

Influenced by anything from Elvis to the Hives it can be tough to find a precise genre for these boys. Fifties Punk? Ol' RocknRoll? ... Hell, who cares what's in the wine if it tastes this good?!

Audiences may have already been wowed by this Headline Act at the Rocket Stage, Glastonbury; these acoustic entertainers for Ray-Ban, Isle of White Festival; and the support act for the Vaccines first UK Tour, but you need to see them for yourselves.