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The Nottinghamshire Harpist

The Nottinghamshire Harpist is a traditional harpist based in the East Midlands of England.

She is an experienced professional musician and her harp music has been a part of many special occasions.

The Nottinghamshire Harpist is a harpist with a large client base and she is in demand for weddings and other special occasions and has played at events throughout the United Kingdom.

*The Nottinghamshire Harpist and her Harp will provide the perfect ambience to your special day*

The Nottinghamshire Harpist is a traditional harpist based in the East Midlands of England. She is an experienced professional musician and her harp music has been a part of many special occasions.

The Nottinghamshire Harpist was born into a musical family, and has played many instruments over the years. She has had a lifelong fascination with the harp, though she came to playing the instrument relatively late. After teaching herself for a short while, she studied with traditional harpist Jean Hudson. She is now an experienced professional harpist with a large client base. She is in demand for weddings and other special occasions and has played at events throughout the United Kingdom.

Although rooted in the traditional music of Britain and Ireland, The Nottinghamshire Harpist loves experimenting with other genres including blues, rock and even metal. She also has a large repertoire of classical and pop music which is very popular with clients choosing wedding music.

Popular

  • And I Love Her (Beatles)
  • And I Love You So (Don McLean)
  • Annie's Song (John Denver)
  • Any Way You Want It (Journey)
  • Are you Lonesome Tonight (Elvis)
  • As Time Goes By (Hupfeld, from Casablanca)
  • Bat Out of Hell (Meatloaf)
  • Beautiful (Christina Aguilera)
  • Because You Loved Me (Diane Warren)
  • Bella’s Lullaby (Twilight)
  • Bittersweet Symphony (The Verve)
  • Braveheart (Various Themes)
  • Can't Help Falling in Love
  • Clocks (Coldplay)
  • Close to You (Carpenters)
  • Closest Thing To Crazy (Mike Batt, Katie Melua)
  • Concerning Hobbits (Howard Shore)
  • Desperado (Eagles)
  • Endless Love (Lionel Richie)
  • Eternal Flame (Bangles)
  • Evergreen (Barbra Streisand)
  • (Everything I Do) I Do It For You (Bryan Adams)
  • Fields of Gold (Sting)
  • Fix You (Coldplay)
  • For Your Eyes Only (Sheena Easton)
  • From This Moment On (Shania Twain)
  • Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen)
  • Have I Told You Lately (Van Morrison)
  • Head Over Feet (Alanis Morissette)
  • Heaven (Bryan Adams)
  • Hello (Lionel Richie)
  • Hey Jude (Beatles)
  • Hoppipolla (Sigur Ros)
  • House of the Rising Sun (Animals)
  • How Can I Keep From Singing (Enya)
  • Hymne (Vangelis)
  • I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing (Aerosmith)
  • I Feel Fine (Beatles)
  • I Saw Him Once (Schonberg)
  • I Swear (All 4 One)
  • I’ll Stand By You (Chrissy Hynde)
  • Into My Arms (Nick Cave)
  • Killing Me Softly (Roberta Flack)
  • Kiss From a Rose (Seal)
  • Kissing You (Desree)
  • La Vie En Rose (Edith Piaf)
  • Lady (Lionel Richie)
  • Love is All Around (Reg Presley)
  • Love Me Tender (Elvis)
  • Love Theme from Conan
  • Marble Halls (Enya)
  • May it Be (Enya, from Lord of the Rings)
  • Moondance (Van Morrison)
  • Moon River (Dean Martin)
  • More Than Words (Extreme)
  • My Immortal (Evanescence)
  • Nothing Else Matters (Metallica)
  • Norweigan Wood (Beatles)
  • Only Time (Enya)
  • Radio Ballet (Eluvium)
  • Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head
  • Right Here Waiting (Richard Marx)
  • River Flows in You (Yiruma)
  • Road to Mandalay (Robbie Williams)
  • Romeo and Juliet (Dire Straits)
  • Romeo and Juliet (Love Theme) (Nino Rota)
  • Rule The World (Take That)
  • Runaway (The Corrs)
  • Sacrifice (Elton John)
  • Sailing (Rod Stewart)
  • Send in the Clowns
  • She (Charles Aznavour)
  • She's the One (Robbie Williams)
  • Silver Inches (Enya)
  • Something (Beatles)
  • Somewhere in Time - Theme (John Barry)
  • Somewhere Only We Know (Keane)
  • Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin)
  • Storybook Love (Theme from Princess Bride)
  • Take My Breath Away (Berlin)
  • Teahouse Moon (Enya)
  • Tears in Heaven (Eric Clapton)
  • This I Promise You (Richard Marx)
  • Time to Say Goodbye (Con te Partiro)
  • Thorn Birds Theme
  • Titanic - Theme (My Heart Must Go On)
  • Torn (Natalie Imbruglia)
  • True Colours (Cindy Lauper)
  • Twin Peaks Theme (Badalamenti / Lynch)
  • Unchained Melody (Righteous Brothers)
  • Up Where We Belong (Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes)
  • Viva La Vida (Coldplay)
  • Walking After You (Foo Fighters)
  • When She Loved Me (Randy Newman)
  • When You Say Nothing At All (Ronan Keating)
  • Wind Beneath my Wings
  • What a Wonderful World
  • When I Fall in Love
  • Whiter Shade of Pale (Keith Reid)
  • Wifeing – Love Theme from Conan (Poledouris)
  • Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton)
  • You Do Something to Me (Paul Weller)
  • Your Song (Elton John)
  • You’re Still the One (Shania Twain)
  • You Are Always on My Mind (Elvis)
  • You Raise Me Up (Lovland/Graham)

Musicals / Disney

  • A Whole New World (Aladdin, Alan Menken)
  • All I Ask of You (Phantom of the Opera, Lloyd Webber)
  • Baby Mine (Dumbo, Frank Churchill)
  • Can you Feel the Love Tonight (Lion King, Elton John)
  • Circle of Life (Lion King, Elton John)
  • Edelweiss (Sound of Music)
  • I'd be Surprisingly Good for You (Evita, Lloyd Webber)
  • Love Changes Everything (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
  • Memory (Lloyd Webber, Cats)
  • My Favourite Things (Sound of Music)
  • Over the Rainbow (Wizard of Oz)
  • Part of Your World (Little Mermaid, Alan Menken)
  • Pie Jesu (Andrew Lloyd Webber) *
  • Pure Imagination (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
  • Some Day my Prince Will Come (Snow White)
  • Some Enchanted Evening (South Pacific)
  • Something There (Beauty and the Beast, Alan Menken)
  • Summertime (Porgy and Bess, Gershwin)
  • Sunrise, Sunset (Fiddler on the Roof)
  • Think of Me (Phantom of the Opera, Lloyd Webber)
  • When you Wish Upon a Star (Pinocchio, Leigh Harline)

Early / Classical

  • A Jig (Askue)
  • A Lieta Vita (Gastoldi)
  • Air from Festes de l’Ete (Monteclair)
  • Air and Rondo (Bochsa)
  • Aire (John Jenkins)
  • All in a Garden Green (Playford)
  • Allegro (Handel)
  • Alman (Morely)
  • Andiam, Mio Tesoro (Anon)
  • Aria (Kuhnau)
  • Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Handel)
  • Arne’s Gig
  • Ave Maria (Gounod)*
  • Ave Maria (Schubert)*
  • Ballet CCLXVIII from Terpsichore (Praetorius)
  • Barcarolle (Offenbach)
  • Bonny Sweet Robin (Anon, 15th century)
  • Bransle (Attaignant)
  • Bransle de Bourgogne (Anon 16th century)
  • Bransle de la Torche (Praetorius)
  • Bridal Chorus (Wagner)
  • Canarie II (Straloch Lute Book)
  • Canon in D (Pachelbel)
  • Chaconne (Clarke)
  • Chaconne from ‘The Fairy Queen’ (Purcell)
  • Clair De Lune (Debussy)
  • Coranto: Lady Riche (Byrd)
  • Corranto (Anon)
  • Courante XCVIII (Praetorius)
  • Currant (Anon, Rowallen Lute Book)
  • Dance of the Blessed Spirits (Gluck)
  • The Entertainer (Joplin)
  • Finale from 'Music for Royal Fireworks (Handel)
  • Finlandia Theme (Sibelius)
  • Flower Duet (Delibes, from Lakme)
  • Fur Elise (Beethoven)
  • Gavotte (Gluck)
  • Gnossienne 1 (Satie)
  • Gymnopedie No 1 (Satie)
  • Here Amid the Shady Woods (Handel)
  • Hornpipe (Purcell)
  • Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (Bach) *
  • Jupiter Theme (Holst)
  • Kemp's Jig
  • La Ci Darem la Mano (Mozart, from Don Giovanni)
  • La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin (Debussy)
  • La Volta (Byrd)
  • Ladie Ann Gordon's Lilt (Anon, Straloch Lute Book)
  • Lament of Tristan (Anon, 14th century)
  • Largo from Lute Concerto in D (Vivaldi)
  • Largo from Xerxes (Handel)
  • Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home (Dowland)
  • March from 'Scipio' (Handel)
  • Meditation from Thais (Massenet)
  • Menuett (Pachelbel)
  • Merry Peasant (Schumann)
  • Minuet (Buttstedt)
  • Moonlight Sonata – First Movement (Beethoven)
  • Morning Mood from Peer Gynt (Grieg)
  • My Lady Carey's Dumpe (Anon, 1525)
  • The New Sahoo (Farnaby)
  • Nobody's Gigge (Farnaby)
  • Nocturne (Borodin)
  • O Mio Babbino Caro (Puccini)
  • Ode To Joy (Beethoven)
  • Old Noll's Gig (Anon, 16th century)
  • Pearl Fishers theme (Bizet)
  • Piano Trio, Op 97 (Beethoven)
  • Pomp and Circumstance theme (Elgar)
  • Prelude in C (Bach)
  • Rigaudon (Campra)
  • St Anthony Chorale (Haydn)*
  • St Catherine Hornpipe (Barratt)
  • Sarabande (Handel)
  • Serenata (Toselli)
  • Sheep May Safely Graze (Bach)
  • Sicilienne from Pelleas and Melisande (Faure)
  • Speme Amorosa (Gastoldi)
  • Sonatina (Dusik)
  • Sonatina (Handel)
  • To A Wild Rose (MacDowell)
  • Traumerei (Schumann)
  • Trumpet Tune (Purcell)
  • Trumpet Voluntary (Clarke)
  • Variations on a Theme by Mozart
  • Wedding March (Mendelssohn)
  • What if a Day or a Month or a Year (Jane Pickering)
  • Where Daisies Pied (Arne)
  • Wolsey's Wilde (Byrd)

Traditional

England

  • Barbara Allen (England/Scotland)
  • Blow the Wind Southerly (Northumbria/Scotland)
  • Childgrove
  • Come Live With Me
  • Greensleeves
  • I Love my Love (Cornwall)
  • The Jolly Miller (Miller of Dee)
  • Kemp’s Jig
  • Linden Lea
  • Lovely Joan
  • Millers Dance
  • Putney Ferry
  • Sally Gardens
  • Scarborough Fair
  • Searching for Lambs
  • Seige of St Malo (Cornwall)
  • Three Ravens
  • Water is Wide (England/Scotland)
  • Windsor Terrace

Ireland

  • An Honest Man (Scotland/Ireland)
  • An Raibh tu ar an gCarriag? (Were you at Carrick?)
  • Banks of the Suir
  • The Blackthorn Stick
  • Brian Boru’s March
  • Carrickfergus
  • Casluth
  • Castle of Dromore
  • Celia Connelan (Thomas Connelan)
  • Clare Island Boat Song
  • Danny Boy (Ireland/USA)
  • Eamonn a Chnuic
  • The Fair Headed Child
  • The Foggy Dew
  • Follow Me Down to Carlow
  • King of the Fairies
  • I Love my Love in the Morning
  • If I Were a Blackbird
  • March of Lissadell
  • Mna na hEireann (Women of Ireland)
  • Morrison's Gig
  • Peacock's Feather
  • Road to Lisdoonvarna
  • Sliabh na mBhan (Mountain of the Women)
  • Star of the County Down
  • Strike the Gay Harp (Moore)
  • The Youngest Daughter
  • Carolan
  • Blind Mary
  • Carolan's Draught
  • Carolan's Concerto
  • The Clergy's Lament
  • Eleanor Plunkett
  • Festus Burke
  • Frances Power
  • Frank Palmer
  • Henry McDermott Roe
  • John O’Connor
  • Kean O'Hara
  • Lady Gethin
  • Lady St John
  • Loftus Jones
  • The Princess Royal
  • Sheebeg and Sheemore

Scotland

  • An Ataireachd Ard (Petersen)
  • An Ghillebride (The Oystercatcher) (Wilford)
  • Annie Laurie
  • Binnorie (Scotland)
  • Braes of Locheil
  • Buain na Rainich (Cutting of the Fern)
  • Come Under my Plaidie
  • Corn Rigs are Bonny
  • Da Smugglers (Shetland)
  • The Dark Isle (McLaughlin)
  • Dowie Dens of Yarrow
  • Dunkeld Hermitage Bridge (Martin)
  • Eilean Aigais (The Isle of Aigas)
  • Fagail Liosmore
  • Farewell to Glenshalloch
  • Flow Gently Sweet Afton (Burns)
  • Flowers O' The Forest
  • Gilliekrankie
  • Glenlivet
  • Guilderoy
  • I Once Loved a Lass
  • Inis Siar (McNulty)
  • Jamie Come Try Me (Burns)
  • John Anderson, My Jo (Burns)
  • Kelvin Grove
  • Kid on the Mountain
  • Kiss Her an Clap Her (Shetland)
  • Lament for a Blind Harper
  • Laoidh An Iasgair (Fisherman's Prayer)
  • Loch Lomond
  • Loch Tay Boat Song
  • Logan Water
  • Margaret's Waltz
  • Merrily Kiss the Quaker
  • Mile Marphaisg Air A Ghaol (Waulking Song)
  • Miss Loudon
  • Miss Margaret Graham of Gartmore's Favourite (Marshall)
  • Miss Sally Hunter
  • Music of the Spey (Skinner)
  • My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose (Burns)
  • My Love She's But a Lassie Yet (Burns)
  • Ossian (Skinner)
  • Pretty Girl Milking the Cows
  • Rachel Rae
  • Roslin Castle
  • The Rowan Tree
  • St Kilda Wedding March
  • Seann Triubhais Uilleachain (Willie's Old Trousers)
  • Shule Aroon
  • Skye Boat Song
  • There Was a Lad
  • They Stole My Wife Last Night
  • Wild Duck's Nest
  • Wild Mountain Thyme (Tannahill)
  • Ye Banks and Braes (Burns)

Wales

  • Ash Grove
  • Breuddwyd Dafydd Rhys (Dafydd Rhys’ Dream)
  • Breuddwyd Y Frenhines (The Queen’s Dream)
  • Cainc Dafydd Broffwyd
  • Calennig
  • Cynghansail Cymru (Welsh Ground)
  • Cysga Di, Fy Mhlentyn Tlws (Sleep, my Pretty Child)
  • David of the White Rock
  • Difyrwch Arglwyddes Owen
  • Difyrwch Ieuan y Telenor Dall (Delight of John the Blind Harper)
  • Dydd Trwy'r Dellt (Dawn through the Wattles)
  • Ffarwel Philip Ystwyth
  • Ffarwel y Telenor (‘Minstrel’s Adieu’) (John Thomas)
  • Hela'r Sgyfarnog (Hunting the Hare)
  • Hwylio Adref (Sailing Home) (Jones)
  • Llangloffan*
  • Machynlleth
  • Meillionen
  • Merch Megan
  • Moel yr Wyddfa (Mount Snowdon)
  • Morfa’r Frenhines
  • Mwyander Corwen (The Gentle Maid of Corwen)
  • Mwynen Mon
  • Myfanwy
  • Pant Corlan yr Wyn
  • Porth y Castell
  • Pwt ar y Bys
  • Royal Dream
  • Sir Watkin's Jig
  • Sweet Richard
  • Toriad y Dydd (Break of Day)
  • Y Dydd (The Day)
  • Y Gerddinen
  • Y Gofid Glas
  • Y Gwr A'i Farch (The Old Gent and His Mare)
  • Y Fwyalchen Ddu Bigfelen (The Yellow Beaked Blackbird)
  • Ymadawiad y Brenin
  • You Comely Carefree Lads

Other

  • Al Lapousiz er C’hoad (Little Bird in the Wood) (Brittany)
  • An Hini a Saran (The One I Love) (Brittany)
  • Ar Serjant-Major (Brittany)
  • Bandura (Russia)
  • Bright Face (Russia)
  • Carval ny Drogh Vraane (Jezebel Carol) (Man)
  • Complainte de la Blanche Biche (Brittany)
  • Edelweiss (Austria)
  • Kalinka (Russia)
  • Katyusha (Russia)
  • Klang Min Vakra Bjallra (Sweden)
  • Korobushka (Russia)
  • Ma Fransez (Brittany)
  • Near the River (Russia)
  • Reel Beatrice (Quebec)
  • Rose Upon the Briar (Man)
  • Shepherd’s Daughter (Man)
  • Sirivisa (Norway)
  • Sweetness of Mary (Cape Breton)

Christmas

  • Angels We Have Heard on High
  • Away in a Manger                                                          
  • Boars Head Carol            
  • Cold December Flies Away                                         
  • Coventry Carol 
  • Cutty Wren (Carmarthen Wren Song)   
  • Deck the Halls   (Nos Galan)                                                       
  • Ding Dong Merrily on High                                        
  • Down in Yon Forest (Corpus Christi)       
  • First Nowell                       
  • Gloucestershire Wassail                                               
  • God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  • Good Christian Men Rejoice      
  • Good King Wenceslas                                   
  • Green Grows the Holly                                 
  • Hark the Herald Angels Sing
  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
  • He is Born, The Divine Infant
  • Here We Come a Wassailing      
  • Holly and the Ivy
  • The Huron Carol
  • I Saw Three Ships
  • In the Bleak Midwinter
  • It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
  • Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
  • Noel Nouvelet
  • O Come All Ye Faithful
  • O Come, O Come Emmanuel
  • Oh Little Town of Bethlehem
  • On Christmas Night (Sussex Carol)
  • Once In Royal David’s City
  • Silent Night
  • So This is Christmas
  • Song of the Ship
  • Still, Still, Still
  • Tanners Wassail
  • To Drive the Cold Winter Away
  • Tomorrow Shall Be my Dancing Day
  • The Twelve Days of Christmas  
  • Veni Veni Emmanuel
  • We Three Kings
  • The Wexford Carol
  • White Christmas

Please note that pieces marked with an asterix are unsuitable for civil ceremonies...

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Karen Taylor, Wedding Event, Staffordshire
Excellent!
Paul Wilson, Wedding Event, Leicestershire
Fantastic service from yourselves and a great performance by the Nottingham Harpist. Very impressive.
Angela Smith, Wedding Event, Rutland
The Nottinghamshire Harpist was great all guests enjoyed her music. She was perfectly dressed for playing the harp at our wedding, I would recommend her to anyone who is thinking of having live music at their wedding.
Emma Morley, Wedding Event, Northamptonshire
I would just like to thank the Nottinghamshire Harpist for playing at our Wedding, she was amazing her repertoire is outstanding and she captured the essence of our Wedding. Our guests were so impressed and couldn't believe the music was live! Thank you, Emma and Paul Gaynor
Emma Morley, Wedding Event, Northamptonshire
We were so happy with the service provided for our Wedding, not only by Warble Entertainment but also by The Nottinghamshire Harpist, she played beautifully thorughout our Wedding Breakfast and many of our guests were amazed by her beautiful sounds. The whole bookiing process with Warble entertainment was smooth, efficient and stress free. Thank you.
Sharon Rose, Wedding Event, Lincolnshire
Absolutely amazing, well worth the money, made our wedding ceremony extra special!! A big thank you.

Sarah Davis, Wedding
Hi Tracey, Thank you very much! We had a great day and please don't worry about the payment, it wasn't a problem at all. Unfortunately I didn't hear much of The Nottinghamshire Harpist's performance as I was having photos taken, but she was extremely professional and her performance was very fitting with the venue and the event. It was a pleasure to have her there and many people commented on how well the music complimented the wedding. I'm sorry not to be able to give you more detailed feedback! Many thanks again for getting in touch with The Nottinghamshire Harpist for us, and for your efficient service.

Below are some choices for wedding music along with advice about the type of music that is appropriate for each part of the ceremony. These are only suggestions - you are welcome to pick anything you like from the full repertoire list or even to request a piece that does not appear.

If you are having a civil wedding ceremony, do remember that religious music of any kind is not permitted. If in doubt, check with your registrar.

Prelude
The best choices here are relaxing and not too demanding on the ear - your guests will be arriving and this will help set them at ease and create the right atmosphere before the ceremony begins. Typically, you will need to choose around six pieces of music. Ideally, the last piece needs to be in the same key as the processional piece - this makes for a smooth transition as the bride enters.

• Braes of Locheil (Traditional)
• Eilean Aigais (The Isle of Aigas) (Traditional)
• Fagail Liosmore (Traditional)
• Jamie Come Try Me (Burns)
• Laoidh An Iasgair (Fisherman's Prayer) (Traditional)
• My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose (Burns)
• Bonny Sweet Robin (Anon, 15th century)
• Clair De Lune (Debussy)
• Fur Elise (Beethoven)
• Gymnopedie No 1 (Satie)
• Fields of Gold (Sting)
• Lady (Lionel Richie)
• Titanic Theme (Celene Dion)
• Unchained Melody (Righteous Brothers)

Processional
The bride should feel comfortable walking to the pace of the processional piece. Choose tunes with a steady rhythm or stately marching pace. Unless you are absolutely set upon it, something modern would not be recommended – pop music goes out of fashion quickly and it’s better to choose a piece that will stand the test of time in your memory.

• Bridal Chorus (Wagner - the traditional wedding march)
• Canon in D (Pachelbel)
• Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (Bach) *
• Jupiter Theme (Holst)**
• Moonlight Sonata – First Movement (Beethoven)
• An Honest Man (Traditional)
• St Kilda Wedding March (Traditional)

Signing of the Register
Pick something gentle but cheerful here. You will usually need two or three pieces to cover the signing and photographs. There are usually only a few seconds in between the ending of the register signing and the recessional which means that ideally, the final piece should be in the same key as the recessional piece.

• Dance of the Blessed Spirits (Gluck)
• St Anthony Chorale (Haydn)*
• Sheep May Safely Graze (Bach)
• Closest Thing to Crazy (Katie Melua)
• Endless Love (Lionel Richie)
• Wind Beneath my Wings (Bette Midler)
• Inis Siar (McNulty)
• Loch Tay Boat Song (Traditional)
• Sweetness of Mary (Traditional)

Recessional
The final part of the ceremony and the most joyous. Choose something upbeat to celebrate your first steps together as a married couple.

• A Leita Vita (Gastoldi)
• Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Handel)
• Trumpet Tune (Purcell)
• Margaret's Waltz (Traditional)
• Miss Margaret Graham of Gartmore's Favourite (Marshall)
• Wild Ducks Nest (Traditional)
• Y Dydd (Traditional)

* Not suitable for civil wedding ceremonies.
** Best to double check with the registrar regarding civil ceremonies, as this is also used as a hymn tune.

Please Note: The fees indicated below are approximate and based on a central location for each county. They are intended to provide a rough guide only and exact quotes can only be given once the date and exact location of your event have been provided.

East

  • Cambridgeshire - £287.50

East Midlands

  • Derbyshire - £230.00
  • Leicestershire - £230.00
  • Lincolnshire - £264.50
  • Northamptonshire - £264.50
  • Nottinghamshire - £230.00
  • Rutland - £264.50

North East

  • North Yorkshire - £287.50
  • South Yorkshire - £264.50
  • West Yorkshire - £264.50

West Midlands

  • Gloucestershire - £287.50
  • Herefordshire - £287.50
  • Shropshire - £287.50
  • Staffordshire - £264.50
  • Warwickshire - £264.50
  • Worcestershire - £287.50

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  • The Wolves "Fantastic band and really flexible during the evening with timing, etc. Everybody at the party thought that they were great musicians and they played all the music we asked for. Couldn't recommend them anymore. A great band." Anne-Marie Miller
  • Saint "I know this is somewhat delayed but we had such an amazing time at our wedding on the 2/8/14 that everyone is still talking about it and especially "the band" YOU! I have been recommending you to everyone not that I needed to because everyone at our wedding has commented on how awesome you were... E..." Jay & Sharon Edgeworth
  • Bring The Noise! "I love these guys! They arrived early, were really friendly and certainly knew what they were doing musically. The dance floor was never empty and the venue has asked for their details because they said they were the best band they had seen there! Everyone is still taking about them and I can't than..." Patricia Wilson
  • The MP3s "Absolutely amazing!" Natalie Fyfe
  • Mark B The Caricaturist "I found Mark to be very friendly, interacted very well with guests. My guests loved his drawings and it proved to be a big hit. Many thanks, Becky" Rebecca Piper
  • Reggie Floyd "Great duo, very talented, would highly recommend. " John Horan
  • The MP3s "Hi Dan, Wow - what a party!! A humongous thank you to all three of you. You were just amazing and everyone had the best time. It worked really well in that room with the whole place turning into a dance floor. So much fun. A highlight of the whole day was definitely the dancing and everyone has been..." Faye Busby
  • The MP3s "Amazing! So fun, flexible, polite and excellent!!!!" Faye Busby
  • The Jacks "Fantastic lads and fantastic sets!!! They had everyone up on the dance floor from the very first track. We would most certainly recommend the lads and wish them all the very best in their music careers. Gary " Gary Marchant
  • Heather The Sussex Harpist "Very professional, beautiful music, dressed in a lovely dress to match our colour scheme. Sorry I didn't get to say goodbye to her. Bernie x" Bernadette Berns
  • The Indie Killers "The Indie Killers were fantastic. They engaged with the crowd and held the audiences attention really well. Love their music and their style. " Joanne Bennett
  • Chris M The Caricaturist "Chris M was absolutely fabulous, a great caricaturist and a smashing bloke. In the 3 hrs we had him, every single one of our guests had a caricature done. Chris was surrounded all night as it was fascinating to see how good and how quickly he did them. A massive thanks to Warble Entertainment too fo..." Paul Clays
  • Saint "They were fantastic! They were on time, amenable and played great music and got everyone dancing. We couldn't ask for more than that. Everyone at the wedding were very complimentary and thought as we did that they sounded great and played great songs. We would book them again without hesitation. It ..." Sue Buddell

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