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London 2012 Olympics Band Hire

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

We are preparing our acts for London 2012 Olympic Games. We have many bands available from all different genres ready to play at the 2012 games.

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Unique Wedding Band Songs

Monday, September 20th, 2010

By Amanda Cooper

When you attend a wedding, sometimes you can make a relatively good guess, about what song the new couple will dance to, even what song the groom will dance to with his mother. Especially if we know the couple well, it is easy to guess what their music selection for their entire wedding may be. Why not turn the tables and keep them guessing and select one of these songs below for your wedding. They are unique in their own way, yet perfect for your special day.

“Beautiful Day” by U2
This song is perfect for the wedding day in general! But it would make for a great bridal party entrance song as well!

“Forever” by Chris Brown
This song was an instant hit on Youtube when a video was shown with a bridal party dancing their way down the church aisle to this song! You could easily use this song when the bridal party would make their entrance into the reception.

“I Hope You Dance” by Lee Ann Womack
This is an upbeat country song, with a modern twist! No tears will be shed, just pure happiness will be felt when the bride dances with her father, or when the groom dances with his mother. Although the word “dance” is used, the overall meaning of the song means to enjoy life. This would be a perfect cheerful song for either the bride or groom.

“Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder
A classic and perfect song for a father daughter dance at the wedding reception. It is such a bubbly song, you might even get all the guests up out of their seats for this one!

“How’ve You Grown” by 10,000 Maniacs
Another unique song for a bride to dance with her father to or even for the groom to dance with his mother to. This song really brings together everything that words can not express on this special day.

“You & Me” by Dave Matthews Band
For those couples looking for a unique first dance song, this is it! Not only is it romantic, but it really reflects on how marriage is a partnership!

“Too Good To Be True” by Lauren Hill
This Frankie Valli classic is beautifully redone with a soulful twist by Lauren Hill. This song really adds that fairy-tale touch to the wedding day.

“Better Together” by Jack Johnson
Jack Johnson is one of those mellow artists that use such beautiful lyrics! This upbeat, yet sweet song would be ideal to choose for a bride and groom’s first dance together.

“Truly, Madly, Deeply” by Savage Garden
Savage Garden’s “Truly, Madly, Deeply” is not only quite a passionate song, but it’s about how the bride and groom’s love for one another is endless.

As you can see, choosing more upbeat songs to any wedding, adds that uniqueness. Guests at the wedding don’t have to necessarily cry when they hear that sentimental song being played, rather the guests can actually be up and out of their seats celebrating with the bride, groom and the rest of the family on this special day!

Amanda Cooper is a writer for Wedding Favours Kingdom. Wedding Favours Kingdom offers wedding favours and wedding table decorations, as well as other decorations and favours for special occasions. Amanda is a professional in the wedding industry and is always trying to think outside the box in order to give the bride and groom that unique wedding day experience.

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affordable band hire

Saturday, August 28th, 2010

If you are looking for an affordable band to hire or if you are looking for a last minute band to book then we have some great offers for you. Contact us on our out-of-hours number: 07776 202708

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1940’s Vocal Harmony Female Band Hire Live

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

Here is a clip of one of our 1940’s vocal harmony groups supported by their band.

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Saturday, October 24th, 2009
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