CRS50 with Missy: Ben Cesare

by Missy Wolf / 128 days ago / Comments

When you easily connect with a complete stranger just minutes before having an on-camera conversation with them, the odds of you both having a great time are favorable. As Ben Cesare approached us at this year's Country Radio Seminar for our scheduled interview, I knew immediately that we would not have a problem talking to one another. 

As we kicked things off, I had to share that listening to him sing "That Was A Man" written by Lee Brice, made me cry. His vocal delivery in this particular song absolutely shook me to the core. The lyrics were powerful on their own, however, it was Cesare's emotional conveyance that impressed me. 

From Cesare's influences in music to country line dancing to Tracy Byrd's "Watermelon Crawl", we were immediately connected. We even shared a few laughs as he revealed some unforgettable moments while playing at Honky Tonks here in Nashville. Watch our full conversation to get in on all the fun.

If you have not yet heard this artist sing, you need to. His EP Cesare's Palace is available on all digital platforms and I urge you to go grab a copy. Be sure to check out his website for all the latest news and information. Do not forget to give his pages a "like" and "share". Your friends will thank you. ~Missy

 

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From an early age I knew music and entertainment were in my blood. I have always been enamored with the idea of being in this industry, though I never wanted to be a front and center "Star". Taking the audience behind the scenes for up close conversations with the artists they love is where I want to be. Life in lyrics has always been my style, so as my favorite country artist Wade Hayes sings, I am living my life and chasing my dreams! Conducting interviews, meeting talented people and sharing stories and adventure are my passion. My new favorite hashtag is #iaskyouanswer, so stay tuned for more interviews, articles and adventures!