|Playing a consistently busy schedule of club dates, private parties, and special events since 1983, the
Cauc's performance is now tighter and more exciting than ever. Numerous repeat bookings and
thousands of satisfied fans and clients proclaim the Caucasians' ability to rise to any occasion.
Countless fans still remember the Caucasians' gig as the house band for the popular Morning Zoo with
John De Bella on Philadelphia radio station WMMR. Their energy and musical chops, as well as their
spontaneity, won them the chance to "rock the house" starting at 6 AM and back up an impressive list of
recording stars, comedians and celebrities, including Southside Johnny, Warren Zevon, Gregg Allman,
Alan King, and Sinbad.
At the birthday party for Willard Rouse, builder of One Liberty Place, Philadelphia's tallest building, the
Caucs performed on the top floor of the then-uncompleted building!
Inevitably, the Caucs have found their way into millions of homes on local and national TV Featured on
WPVIs AM Philadelphia, they performed with comedian Big Daddy Graham. They provided musical
backup in commercials for KYW Sports announcers Lou Tilley and Ukie Washington and played
"Heartbreak Hotel" on a public service announcement for the Women's Humane Society.
The Caucs were especially pleased to perform at the Inaugural Ball of their good friend and former
mayor, Ed Rendell. At his invitation, the Caucs kept the party rollin' in Washington, DC, at the
Pennsylvania Democratic Committee's party for the National Democratic Party.
The bipartisan Caucasians also rocked with the Florida and Michigan Republicans during their 2000
National Convention here in Philadelphia!
Nationally, the Flamin' Caucasians performed house band duties for two popular shows: ESPN's Lighter
Side of Sports, working with Jay Johnstone and well-known sports celebrities; and the syndicated Morton
Downey Show with location shoots from Atlantic City to Detroit to Harlem's legendary Apollo Theatre in
New York. At the Apollo, the Flamin' Caucasians found themselves keeping the peace playing "Walk,
Don't Run" while police quelled a near-riot sparked by an on-stage dispute between Reverend Al
Sharpton and Roy Innes!
The Flamin ' Caucasians are the band of choice for private, corporate, fundraising, and political special
events. Here are some of the organizations and happenings that have rocked and rolled with the Caucs:
As a club attraction, the Caucasians continue to be a solid headline act as well as an opener for many
national recording artists. The band is comfortable with any age group.They are the natural choice for
weddings, festivals and fairs!
The Caucs ' repertoire includes hundreds of songs ranging from very old to brand new —Nat King Cole,
the Four Tops, the Clash, and "The Black Keys" are among the many artists covered.
The band loves and respects the music it plays and shares this enthusiasm with its audience, gig after
gig. From Philadelphia to Florida, Detroit to Dallas, or California to Cape May, the Flamin' Caucasians
deliver the kind of show that will make your event a memorable and special occasion!
• Getting the fans ready for all the home game action on the Pre-Game Eagles shows on WIP
Radio for the 2004-2007 seasons
• Performing as house band for the WIP Wing Bowl, 2002-2004, at the Wachovia Center in
• Doing NBA playoff games, pep rallies, and videos for the Philadelphia 76ers
• Playing on a moving flatbed truck in all of the annual WMMR Louie Louie parades in
• Playing on the rolling deck of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry for the "Blowout on the Bay", a 4-
hour Multiple Sclerosis Benefit
• Helping Johnson & Johnson launch Depends, the first adult diaper, at a blowout party in
• Rocking at the Grand Opening of Philadelphia Airport's newly renovated USAirways Terminal
• Playing the National anthem and a post-game concert for the Richmond Braves AAA
• Rockin' the Hard Rock Cafe in Dallas, Texas, for 3MUnitek corporate bash
• Rollin' the Hard Rock Cafe in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the Florida Republicans during
the 2000 Republican Convention
...the list is endless!
|ROCKIN' THE PHILADELPHIA AREA & BEYOND FOR OVER 30 YEARS!
|REMEMBER THE OLDIES & ENJOY THE NEWEST IN ROCK WITH
PHILADELPHIA REGION'S The FLAMIN' CAUCASIANS
|Artists and Celebrities who have performed
with The Flamin' Caucasians