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    Live band at banquet

    Hi, I am thinking of having a live band. Any recommendations? Thanks!

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    Hi Serena, you may want to consider Corazon. They are currently providing a special 10% discount for Perfect Wedding Members for live band performance. Price will depend on how many musicians you need in the band. Contact them for more details.

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    Thanks for the info!

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    Dear Serena, there's a band "A Little Dream" that specializes in wedding live band performances. it's a group of a few people, who do both english and chinese pop. I've heard them at a wedding, they were SO GOOD! their choice of songs is catered to the occasion, the couple, as well as the crows. Very professional! You can check out their website, and watch them on youtube (they're very popular in singapore) before deciding. all the best!

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    Hi Serena,

    When's your wedding? I was at a friend's wedding recently and they got a relatively new but very good band called the wedding song. Freelance and their charges are very reasonable. You could email me at whitepudding@gmail.com if you need more details.

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    I think I heard of that band that rojak mentioned before too!

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    is having a live band quite common these days? do the guests actually pay attention to the music or does it become like "back ground noise" to the cluttering of the utensils..?

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    I think it's getting common. For me, I wont be engaging because I think the crowd wont really enjoy or listen and, it means additional cost. I will rather spend it somewhere. A honeymoon or better furnishing for my house! But it all depends? If you really want it, just go ahead. Create something that you want and not think of what the guests think. I believe some guests will still pay attention (:

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    it is best if the hotel package comes with the live band! hahah...save money to engage but still hv a different feel compared to playing cds!

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    do you guys know the cost of the live band?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasa Boon View Post
    do you guys know the cost of the live band?
    Hi Sasa, do contact Corazon for their wedding band prices, they are currently providing a special 10% discount for Perfect Wedding Members for live band performance.

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    I think unplugged session would be good enough. My music friends will play unplugged for me. One acoustic guitar and one piano is good enough for a singer. And i do have full band music friends. But i really dont intend to activate them all. Hahas... the violins, double bass, drums, percussions, rythm guitar, saxophone, pipa, er-hu, electric guitars, harmonica & etc etc. If i really activate them all, i think my wedding is gonna be a concert! Cannot larrr... I pick two of them in the band to be my emcee tho.

    If full band, some people might feel a little "too much" for a wedding. Unless your guests are all those people who really appreciates musics ba. And it is quite costly to engage full band.

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    what is unplugged ah? I also like violin, those classical instruments but I think engaging those very expensive cos not as many out there unlike guitarist, pianist.

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    Unplugged means only one or 2 pieces of instrument with a singer. No drums and etc complicated band.

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    i think wedding band is not that expensive and it really livens the mood, it's really nice to have otherwise your guests will be really bored when waiting for the march in.

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