Sentimentality can get icky Nostalgia? Thing of the past, ah but romance… true, deep romance never goes out of style! Max Moody Jazz (above) suffuse that Romance with Jazz Joy to generate a swinging atmosphere of cool sophistication, foot tappin’ fun and serious authenticity. Based in Somerset, this wedding jazz band are no sound-alike copyists – they create distinctively original interpretations of classic swing, jazz and Latin tunes – songs with a story to tell and a feeling to convey. Very experienced musicians with a nose for detail and a sense of occasion, a sense of humour and a profound sense of rhythm; they dress the part and captivate an audience with infectious rhythm, mellifluous singing, warm rapport and an unmistakable love of what they do.
Miracle Cure (bottom) are a South East based wedding band with a huge repertoire and the experience to know what to play and when. Between them the guys are conversant with rock/pop/funk/Indie and even Jazz; they have also played the Irish pub curcuit (not for the faint hearted that!) as a result of which they are able to provide an Irish set for those with Celtic connections, and also have added a fiddle player so are available as a 3 to 5 piece as required.
Alexander Bone (right) is a young professional saxophonist, pianist and producer based in London. He is in the inaugural winner of the BBC Young Musician Jazz Award & he recently performed as a soloist on the Last Night of the Proms, broadcast on BBC TV and radio to 15 million viewers. He has worked closely with artists including Rudimental, Nile Rodgers, Newton Faulkner & Kylie Minogue. He has performed at venues including the Royal Albert Hall, The Royal Festival Hall and the Westminster Houses of Parliament as well as many jazz festivals and clubs in the
UK and has also performed for Her Majesty The Queen and Prince Edward. Although not at a club.
Jukebox Live (left) are a jolly acoustic act playing all your favourite classics from the 60s till today including Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Beatles and Dusty Springfield. They also play more modern material from the likes of The Kooks, Kaiser Chiefs, Pulp, Elbow, Mumford & Sons, John Legend, Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bruno Mars and many many more.