Martin Damsell, phone or text (647)960-8010
It was Toronto 1956 when a group of five young musicians joined forces and formed what has become the legendary, long-standing “Little Caesar and the Consuls”. They were one of Toronto’s earliest rock and roll bands.
Major recording success during the 1960’s landed the band several Canadian hits with “My Girl Sloopy”, “If I Found a New Girl” and the signature hit from Smokey Robinson “You Really Got a Hold on Me”. This opened many doors for the band with appearances with The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Sonny and Cher, Del Shannon, Lovin’ Spoonful, The Hollies and the Dave Clark Five to name a few.
Once in a while you will hear a refreshing new song on the radio that perks you up, lifts your spirits and just makes your day. That’s exactly what we hope will happen when you listen to “The Music of My World” cutting through your speakers. The song is an appealing blend of words and music that will rekindle memories for fans from years past and introduce new listeners to the sound of a band legendary since 1956.
Little Caesar and the Consuls continue to delight audiences wherever they perform and have yet to reach the finish line of their musical journey.
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