A BUNCH of long-haired, tattooed bikers can be seen blasting out soulful but tough rock music at Keighley’s Octagon.

Little Caesar will perform at the Bradford Road venue on March 1, with support from The Road.

Bingley promoters BAC2LIVE are hosting the gig featuring the long-established group of Los Angeles rockers.

Little Caesar first appeared on Metal Blade’s Street Survivors compilation in 1987 and released a four-song EP titled Name Your Poison.

Their debut album was produced by Bob Rock, who helmed classics by Motley Crue, The Cult and Metallica.

The album of no-nonsense hard rock in the vein of 70s giants like Bad Company and Humble Pie brimmed with classic R&B references.

Little Caesar went on to support legendary client acts like KISS, Jane’s Addiction, Social Distortion, Iggy pop, Billy Idol and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

The fame continued in the early 1990s before a split, then a reformation, and a worldwide tour in 2012. They went on to play Download alongside Iron Maiden, Motorhead and Queens of the Stone Age.

New material focuses on powerful, guitar-driven songs.

Founding members Ron Young, Tom Morris, and Loren Molinare were joined by bass player Pharaoh Barrett to release a double live CD, entitled Brutally Honest.

Last year the band continued to tour the US, UK and Europe, along with working on an upcoming album.

Visit theoctagonlive.com to book for tickets.