Ask Emma

Hello bridezillas and groomzillas!  Are you fretting over whether to have a trio during drinks or a duo during dinner?  Has your world started to revolve around what to do for your First Dance?  Fret no more!  I’m here to help you avoid the common pitfalls which can determine whether your wedding reception is a bit of a damp squib or a fabulous day that all your friends and family will say was the best wedding ever!  For some really practical, free advice, just download our tipsheet below.  You can also get in touch with me by clicking the CONTACT US link on the left, or by giving me a call on my mob 07793 983040.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can your jazz trio play outside during drinks?

Yes, we are happy to do this.  We need to be on level dry ground and have cover from hot sun or rain.

Do you play recorded music in between when the band is playing?

Yes, we have a selection of jazz/soul/funk tracks we put on, or you're welcome to give us your own compilation if you prefer.

Do you provide your own PA/soundsystem and lights?

Yes, our PA is suitable for most average-sized function rooms/marquees.  We use a smaller PA when we play background jazz at drinks receptions.  We provide disco lights to light up the dance floor area in front of the band (they are multi-coloured & flash groovily on and off in time with the music).

Does your band just perform at weddings and civil partnerships?

No, we do all kinds of parties (anniversaries, birthdays, naming days, Black Tie Balls etc) and corporate events such as networking events, awards ceremonies, sales conventions, company launches, product launches and so on. We've done events for Centerparcs, Kelloggs, Coca-Cola, Nike and many more.

How far will your band travel for an event?

Up to 120 miles. We cover Bristol, Bath, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Somerset, South Wales, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Birmingham, West Midlands, Oxford, Swindon, Wiltshire, Dorset, North Devon, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and London.

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