Award-winning performer Caesar will sing the mellow music of Nat “King” Cole in “A Stardust Emerald Evening” gala dinner theater event presented on Thursday, May 3 at 6 p.m. by Union Museum of History and Art in Farmerville.  Tickets are available now for the fundraising event to be held at Edgewood Plantation, 8876 Hwy. 2, Farmerville.  Individual tickets at $30 and tables at $250 are available by calling 318-368-5400 or visiting Bayou General Store on Courthouse Square, Farmerville.  The event is made possible by Bruce E. Hampton and Louisiana Division of the Arts. A Chicago native and graduate of Southern University in Louisiana, Caesar is considered one of the best vocalists on the music scene today.  He has toured with Julio Iglesias on his “Tango World Tour,” shared the stage, recorded and toured with: Herbie Hancock, Stanley Clarke, Al Jarreau, George Duke, Lou Rawls, and countless others.   Caesar’s debut album, “Standards for Today’s Audience,” was recorded at Capitol Studios in Studio A, using the original microphone and Steinway piano Nat “King” Cole used in the 1950s.  Two of his albums have hit the Billboard Jazz Charts, one topping the chart in 2006.  In addition to a full schedule of performances, Caesar has appeared as a singer in two Hollywood movies:  “Primary Colors” and “Why Do Fools Fall in Love.”  Caesar fondly retains his Louisiana roots, often visiting his grandparents who live in Tallulah.