Sunday, November 15, 2009

Groove City Band keeps the dance floor packed!

The crowded dance floor at this wedding for 500, Incarnate Word Sky Room

After the awards received in the earlier part of this year, Groove City Band has been pretty busy playing for all kinds of events and wedding receptions. As the most versatile band in the city, we have an opportunity to showcase our broad range of styles.

For the wedding pictured above, on Sept. 26, we had our 9 piece band, including a trumpet and Latin percussion. We covered everything from Rick Springfield and Bon Jovi, to Selena and Timbiriche. This was a great wedding, complete with props that included light-up sunglasses and maracas. The ladies also got flip-flops at midnight, for their tired feet! The new Mr. and Mrs. Van Cleave had a great time at their reception after a beautiful ceremony at the Motherhouse Chapel, which featured a chamber orchestra provided by Allegretto Music.

Another super exciting reception, this time at the Westin Riverwalk Hotel. The new Mr. and Mrs. Saucedo had a great time with all their guests. They spent all night on the dance floor.

The couple requested Adele's version of "To Make You Feel My Love", which the band learned specially for this occasion.

We want to thank our friend Gary Gibson for these great photos of the event. You can see more of Gary's work at his website: We love to work with friends, and Gary is so easy to work with!

Logan Keese on trumpet, photo by Gary Gibson

Disco is always a hit!

No comments: