Professionals in the Music category are listed in the county in which they are based. However, some will cover other counties. To get a greater choice and find all the providers that cover your county, click first on your country in the menu bar on this page eg England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland and then the county eg Somerset.
Countrywide Piano Centre - We have a stunning pink piano available for rental and we can even supply a pianist in a tuxedo as well
Decent Chaps Jazz And Swing Quartet - We are a professional Jazz & Swing Quartet specialising in providing background music or music for dancing.
Harmony Musicians - From Beethoven to the Beatles, let Harmony Musicians enrich your special day with live music.
Saffron Strings - Saffron Strings will provide perfect background music for your special day.
Phat Medallion - Six piece fantastic live band, performing disco hits from the 70s and 80s in full costume.
The Rat Pack Singer - Award winning vocalist, Tom Rust, sings Rat Pack era songs, a tribute to the singers and songwriters of the Great American Songbook including swing and big band hits.
The bb Collective - A fresh and soulful new approach to live music entertainment
DJ Yonika - Unique female DJ specialising in 70's and 80's Disco Music.
Rondino Strings - The Rondino String Quartet has performed at over a hundred weddings and functions across the country.
Mr P Wedding Party Band - Mr.P is a live band performing a wide range of classic covers spanning the last 4 decades
The Next Stage - The Next Stage is an entertainment agency providing live music for all types of venues and events. UK coverage.
Bath Spa String Quartet - Our musicians offer a wealth of experience so you can be assured of a professional service at all times.
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Whether it's jazz, rock and roll or rap - you will find a wide range of gay friendly musicians in this section, perfect to make your wedding go with a swing.
Obviously musicians can only do one wedding at a time and often they will be gigging anyway on a Saturday night, so make sure you book them well in advance.
Be really definite about the type of music you want, how many slow numbers, your favourite music, a mix of sixties, seventies, eighties, nineties and naughties.
The music business can seem very relaxed and funky but it is still important to put your requirements in writing and get a contract - otherwise you might have Aunt Flo entertaining you on the old Joanna!
Find out how long they are willing to play for. Think about where they are going to be positioned, you don't want them to drown out conversation but you want to hear what you've paid for.
Check that they have all the equipment needed or make sure they liaise with the venue on this.
When they are not playing do you want some recorded music in the background - who is going to orchestrate this, as it were. You could also have a DJ.
Often venues will have resident DJs or ones that they can recommend - they will know about the facilities at the venue so could be a good bet.
You may also be interested in watching this music video by American band Bye June, featuring a song Shades Of Purple about the legalisation of gay marriage.