• Home
  • News
  • National
  • Jo Watson resigns from National Association of People with HIV Australia
Watch: Brooklyn band Great Caesar’s song against homophobia and racism
Jan23

Watch: Brooklyn band Great Caesar’s song against homophobia and racism

LAST UPDATED // Thursday, 23 January 2014 13:35 Written by // Cec Busby

US jazz rock fusion band, Great Caesar, has been making a splash on YouTube this week with the launch of their new track ‘Dont Ask Me Why’, an equality anthem penned by the band’s guitarist John-Michael Parker last year.

The track was filmed after the band generated $50,000 from a crowd sourcing fundraiser, and according to Great Caesar trumpet player Tom Sikes the song’s message is simple: “all people deserve to be able to love who they want to love”.

Since launching the song on YouTube last week, the song has racked up over 100,000 hits.

Watch the clip for Dont Ask Me Why

SHARE THIS ARTICLE

Cec Busby

Cec Busby

Cec Busby is the news editor of SX and GayNewsNetwork.com.au.

Leave a comment

You are commenting as guest. Optional login below.