Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Live music, played by the best musicians in the world, is a thing of great beauty.
What we do doesn’t really exist anymore.
The best musicians in the world play in our bands.
However — and this is important for anyone considering hiring a live band to play music for their wedding — we are not just there to play some music!
We’re there to provie a pink cloud for the bride and groom, their family and friends to float on.
It’s magical, live music. And very real. Charming, dramatic, exciting, passionate, stirring, romantic and joyful. But most of all, engaging. Brides and grooms are getting hip to that word: engaging. They’re calling and telling us that’s what they want.
You bet they do!
When I started singing for events years ago on the East Coast, there were no synthesizers. The piano players played piano!
There were also no wedding coordinators. The upper classes had social secretaries; everyone else got help from their family, the caterer, or the banquet department at the hotel.
Centerpiece games, who’s been married longest and is left standing on the dance floor games, insult the groom and then kneecap him with a paddle games — these had yet to… Read the full story »
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Heather and Bill, you had one heck of a wedding!
Heather’s backless gown was divine, Bill looked so handsome… and the soul food, as promised, was beyond delicious.
The vintage private estate was a perfect setting for a fantastic group of family and friends.
Everyone loves “The Rainbow… Read the full story »
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Asian brides and grooms are often afraid that the guests at their weddings won’t dance, but that never happens to our bands!
Why? Because we set tempos people can dance to. The guests realize immediately that they can trust us, and before long they are… Read the full story »
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
“Live and Judy are always better in my book!”
My Champagne flute runneth over….
Here are excerpts from my mailbox: