Little Caesar Debut “American Dream” Music Video

Little Caesar Debut “American Dream” Music Video

September 14, 2012

Little Caesar have released a video for the title track from their latest album ‘American Dream’.

Released on May 15th, ‘American Dream’ is Little Caesar’s fourth full-length studio album and the follow-up to 2009’s reunion effort ‘Redemption’. The band — consisting of Ron Young (vocals), Loren Molinare (guitar), Joey Brasler (guitar), Fidel Paniagua (bass) and Tom Morris (drums) — recorded ‘American Dream’ at Unison studios with producer Bruce Witkin.

‘American Dream’ is available for purchase through the band’s website at The band’s previous releases, 1990’s self-titled debut, 1992’s ‘Influence’ and ‘Redemption’, can also be purchased by visiting their website.

“Little Caesar have always been about the music, and while they once had one of the most unique looks in ’80s rock, that was never the focal point”, stated when reviewing ‘American Dream’. “Because of that these seasoned veterans could never be washed away by changing musical trends like so many of their peers (they never really fit in with the norm to begin with). American Dream is yet another slab of honest and fulfilling hard rock — did you expect anything else from Ron Young and Little Caesar?”

Little Caesar first appeared on Metal Blade’s ‘Street Survivors’ compilation before releasing a four song EP called ‘Name Your Poison’ in 1989. They opened for Jane’s Addiction, headlined some of their own club shows, and even appeared on TV’s Unsolved Mysteries which helped them get signed to Geffen, who released their debut full-length and its single, a cover of the Aretha Franklin hit “Chain Of Fools”.

The band’s second Geffen release, ‘Infleunce’, featured David Bowie and Ian Hunter guitarist Earl Slick, but the band broke-up shortly after its release. Ron Young went on to tour with The Four Horsemen when Frank C. Starr was comatose, released an album with the super-group Manic Eden alongside James Christian, Adrian Vandenberg, Rudy Sarzo and Tommy Aldridge, and briefly worked with the Red Hot Chili Peppers when Anthony Kiedis battled drug addiction.

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