Music plays an important role on the day of your wedding. From the very beginning, when the beautiful bride walks down the aisle until the end when the bride, groom and their guests are dancing and partying the night away at the wedding reception. And guess what? You don't need a huge band to make it happen. Just ask Ryan Hobbs of Northside Brass. Northside Brass offers a solo trumpet player, brass trio, brass quintet and jazz trio or quartet at wedding ceremonies and receptions and according to Ryan their brides, grooms and guests love having a smaller band versus a larger one. It makes for a more intimate setting.
I wanted to share some samples of the beautiful music by Northside Brass and a video of a solo by Ryan Hobbs:
Canon in D by J Pachelbel -- Click HERE to listen.
Autumn Leaves by J. Mercer -- Click HERE to listen.
There's nothing like live music playing during the bride's walk down the aisle. The difference between having live music played at a wedding reception versus a DJ is that the bride, groom and their guests will experience the pleasure of a performance. Anything can happen to raise the excitement level, from the guests singing along with the band to a beautiful solo performance that leaves guests speechless.
About Northside Brass:
Northside Brass is a full service music group that offers unique music for weddings, private parties, and corporate events. They offer solo trumpet, classical brass trio, classical brass quintet, jazz trio, and a jazz quartet with a vocalist. Their small groups create a beautiful atmosphere with live music that your guests are sure to enjoy. For more information, visit www.northsidebrass.com.
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