Music sets an important tone for a reception. I remember a few years ago when I attended a reception where the bride and groom entered to the beats of, “Lets Get Ready to Rumble”. That certainly set the stage for a more modern, fun, dance-party feel throughout the night. When I got married, my in-law’s family added a lot of their own musical talent. Throughout the night, various aunts, uncles, and cousins performed a wide variety of musical selections while our guests ate and mingled. Even without spending much money, music can add a sentimental and personal touch to the day or evening.
I recently attended a reception where I heard the West Coast Jazz Players provide the music for the evening. They were phenomenal. Their music selection was so smooth and classy. They are based in Southern Utah but are prepared to play elsewhere providing the inclusion of adequate travel expenses. As I watched them play throughout the night (people danced, by the way, which is always fun) I kept thinking that this is what so many engaged couples would consider priceless on their wedding day. Watching family and friends dance and enjoy themselves to music full of nostalgia and charm. If this sounds like your style, you should contact them right away!
In their own words:
From cool jazz to hard bop and upbeat swing to smooth ballads, West Coast Jazz Players present the entire spectrum of the 40s, 50s, & 60s jazz scene, while always accentuating themelodic jazz sound known as “west coast” jazz. For 15 years members of the West Coast Jazz Players have delighted audiences in the Southern Utah area at live concerts, wedding receptions, private parties, fairs, dances, special dinners, conventions, jazz festivals, open-houses, and more. Whatever your occasion, let the West Coast Jazz Players add sophistication and entertainment value to your event.
For details and bookings contact Carlyle Potter, WCJP Manager(435) 313-2545 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also check out their Facebook page (West Coast Jazz Players) for sample videos.