If you want a unique wedding with a jazz theme for your big day or, just nice friendly music, in a hotel or, a village fete setting in a field, it is a perfect plan to hire this wedding band for the guest's enjoyment on your fun wedding day.
These musicians are available to help any bride and groom make their day go with a swing and to be that bit more special.
Live music at Leyton and Rebekah's wedding with a 1920's theme.
Acoustic Jass has entertained at all parts of the wedding day:-
Bridal party walking from the church to the reception, accompanied by the band.
These accomplished wedding entertainers will play a good mixture of jazz standards, ballads and vintage nineteen twenties pop songs that have a beginning, middle and end, entertainment which most people like.
A break in taking the photo's, a perfect time to steal a moment for the bride and groom to have a dance.
The musicians in this quartet are professional performers that have featured in the planning of over four hundred peoples weddings and have travelled to venues throughout Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Surrey and Sussex in the south of England, UK.
Acoustic Jass' Wedding demo video, see them at their best in various settings.
If the happy couple would like this band to play a special song not currently on their list they will learn it for you (provided it fits their style!) and, unusually for jazz bands they have some waltzes in their repertoire making them an excellent wedding idea.
In addition to their nineteen twenties style striped blazers, evoking the Great Gatsby era, seen in most of the pictures Acoustic Jass have white tie and tails for the formal wedding.
This dixieland jazz band's extensive repertoire contains well known jazz standards, blues, the great American songbook and the popular tunes of the early twentieth century. These songs were made famous by the likes of Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack, all played in the New Orleans jazz style, music to entertain all ages.
Places this bands played live music:-
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