October has been a whirlwind of weddings and events. We'll have to come back and add to our postings. October is always really popular, which means REALLY BUSY! The weather starts to cool (as in high 80's versus low 100's, ha) and it is the perfect time for family and friends to gather and travel for celebrations of all kinds.
There is nothing like the charm of an old fashioned church. We played a wedding at a charming little church in the southeast side of San Antonio. Can it get any cuter?
This was October 16th at St. Ann Catholic Church.
Groove City Band performed at the Pearl Stable. We had the pleasure to feature San Antonio's illustrious saxophonist, Richard Oppenheim, playing alto sax with us that night. The band played a wide range of songs, everything from Tiny Dancer by Elton John, a favorite of the bride's mother, all the way to the traditional Italian Tarantella, for a family dance tradition.
Nice view from the altar at the Mother House Chapel. Shh... Don't tell anyone, but photographers are not allowed back here to take pictures. But we're not photographers! (wink!)