First dances (Bride/Groom, Father/Daughter, Mother/Son) really are an important part of the wedding experience because a) They are going to remembered by those involved for a long time and b) they are generally the official kick off to the party! That being said, here is a great forum which discusses first song options. Hope it is helpful!
I have to admit that more often than not, when playing at a wedding I often say to myself “I am glad this is not my wedding”, b/c I know how stressful it can be, from remembering my own wedding. And I know it is generally much harder on the bride! With that, I found a great article which looks at “de-stressing” techniques when dealing with the big day. I hope you find it helpful.
The Square One Band had a great time playing a Christmas party in Athens this last weekend, with a large attendance and some festive partygoers. The band was able to keep the crowd rocking through the night, and even did a few encores for the late-nighters! If you haven’t been to the Classic Center in Athens, it’s a pretty hip place with a lot of options for entertaining. Check it out here.
The band had the pleasure of performing in Columbia, SC at the State Museum last weekend for a rambunctious Sorority Parent Function. Great crowd, and a pleasure to perform for these gracious hosts. A few blurry shots, but I guess better than nothing!
The band got to stay off the road this last weekend and had a great time playing a beautiful wedding in Atlanta. Great clients, lots of festivities and partying into the night! I was only able to get a few pre-show shots, but figured it would be worth posting them regardless. Enjoy!