A Tip to Plan Party Music or Wedding Music

Is the time to plan party music a time of crisis? How about when you plan wedding music? NO!  Definitely not!  These ought to be times of fun and excitement. THIS PICTURE, however, shows a real time of crisis: I’ll talk about how I plan party music in a moment.  But first: All together now, […]

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Where Will the Band Set Up at Your Wedding or Your Next Party?

Are you planning a wedding? Or maybe your next party? Where will the band set up? You don’t want your guests complaining that the music was too loud or too soft.  Or the band was in the way, or too far from the dance floor. Unless you’re experienced at creating successful floor plans, you’re likely […]

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Roaring 20s Music for Wedding and Party Professionals

We recently played lots of Roaring 20s Music at a fabulous party. Organized by… and for… wedding and party professionals in the San Francisco Bay Area. I participate in an active Facebook group — San Francisco Bay Area Wedding Pros  — created by my friend Jacin Fitzgerald.  The members become friends, to advise and support each […]

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What Stubby Kaye Taught Me about Wedding Music and Party Music

Stubby who? Stubby Kaye, the cheerful singer and comic actor.  Know him? He had a long career spanning vaudeville, television, Broadway and films. Stubby Kaye taught me a few important lessons that inspire me whenever I entertain at any celebration. Well, he didn’t really teach me these things personally.  I learned them by admiring his […]

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Music at Special Business Events

We often provide music at special business events. VIP Receptions, Grand Openings, Benefit Sales.  It’s a long list, and we entertain at all of them. We’ve learned how to help clients and shoppers enjoy being there.  Same as at a wedding or a party.  Just a different celebration, in a different setting, that’s all. Here […]

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Why Easter Brunch Music Reminds Me of Planning Party Music

Easter brunch music presents an interesting challenge for us. A challenge that we find in every party, every wedding. That is, what songs will entertain a WIDE group of guests?  The challenge: Pleasing their diversity of tastes. Every year for many years, we’ve created Easter brunch music at a San Francisco Bay Area hotel or restaurant.  […]

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Can Great Wedding Music Ideas Flow From Wine?

Are you searching for great wedding music? Get creative. Experts agree that sipping a little alcohol can enhance romance and creativity.  I’m a fan of all three. See?  My thanks to wonderful photographer, Rachel Kumar.  We met at a networking cocktail party, of all places.  Imagine that! More about another networking event in a moment. […]

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Plan Party Music or Wedding Music: A Useful Tip

People who plan party music  (or wedding music) and people who landscape a garden make many similar decisions. About different subjects, of course, but both processes are remarkably alike.  More in a minute. Do you love a garden.  Your own, perhaps? I’m devoted to arranging and maintaining my own garden.  Gardening brings me great satisfaction, for […]

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Cocktail Party Music at a Wedding, Banquet, or Soiree

Last Friday we entertained about 300 guests at this cocktail party. Music filled upstairs at the Computer History Museum, in Mountain View.  Our cocktail party music accompanied the silent auction in a wonderful dinner party to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. We’ve played at this annual event at least five years now.  The organizers didn’t ask […]

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Professional Advice for Planning Wedding Music and Party Music

Professional advice helps you make wise decisions.  It’s the voice of experience from people who’ve “been there, done that”. Here I am in the midst of tons of professional advice about planning special celebrations.  In front, about a third of the way over from the left.  Thanks for the wonderful photos, Chyna, of Chyna Darner […]

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