There are some important things to remember for your wedding and making sure the 'ceremony music' is on your to-do list is one of them. As guests wait for your arrival down the aisle music played will to set the ambience and tone of the proceedings. From some of the classical greats such as Pachelbel's Canon in D, to something more contemporary like Bruno Mars, making the right selection for the processional and recessional march are decisions you’ll need to make. If you’ve got the space in a traditional-style stately home why not hire a string trio/quartet? Or, for al fresco nuptial an acoustic guitarist would be perfect! Whichever you choose, why not ask your chosen entertainer if they can take your favourite song and give it a makeover for your big-day so your wedding music has a very personal touch?
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As a professional events and wedding pianist of the highest calibre, Andrea can provide beautiful music for all occasions. Here you can read more about her services, get specific details about hiring Andrea to play at your event, listen to her exceptional music, and read the reactions from many of Andrea’s happy customers..
Dave B established the CoverUp City music group in 1994 and with over 20 years’ experience, he consistently provides the ultimate party experience. DJ Dave B understands what it takes to create a memorable party atmosphere and knows how to seamlessly blend genres to cater to all music tastes.
John will bring to life classic songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble, Dean Martin etc and also covers other music genres to suit you.
John also offers surprise singing waiters options through 'Unexpected Singers'. They will disguise themselves as waiters throughout your special day and then break into song during the end of the meal!
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