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Green Hills and Musical Thrills

Over the rolling green hills of Saratoga National Golf Course, there were caddies carrying golf clubs, carts scooting fast towards their next destination, and lots of long hits, with professional hopefuls crossing their fingers for those low scores. But more importantly, Michele and Tommy got married!

With fair weather and a gentle dose of sun that kept the vibe light and breezy, the bride’s song, “Here Comes the Sun”, truly encompassed the vibe of the beautiful day! It was a gorgeous ceremony, with plenty of lovely music (including “A Thousand Years” and “From the Ground Up”) and immaculate views, and before long, it was time for the party to move on to the cocktail hour! There, they were serenaded by the Around Town jazz trio, on the second floor of the clubhouse. With lots of drinks and mingling done, the party was ready to move on to the next step: the reception!

The reception started off with a bang, as the Bridal party entered to “Baby” by Justin Bieber, sang wonderfully by Katrina, before Michele and Tommy entered to “Can’t Stop the Feelin‘” by Justin Timberlake! By the time that the room rippled from the burst of excitement, it was time to steel themselves; the tearjerkers waited, just over the horizon. And they didn’t start gently; the first dance, “I Choose You” by Sara Bareilles, guaranteed that there wasn’t a dry eye in the house! But by the time it was over, it was ready for another beautiful choice: “My Girl” by the Temptations, for Michele and Jim. The Father/Daughter dance, skillfully crooned by GTO, was the heart-warmer needed to prepare the party for another tug at the heartstrings, as “A Song For Mama” played under Tommy and Tee’s heartfelt Mother/Son dance.

After plenty of precious and sweet moments, the party was ready to live up to its title… and party! The slow dances were a thing of the past, as the band geared up some of its greatest hits–and some of the Bride and Groom’s requests! From Ed Sheeran to Dua Lipa, the band played the night away, but the biggest winners were very clear. Adam’s rendition of “High Hopes” by Panic! At the Disco brought the house down, but not before Katrina could kill it with “Bang Bang” by Jessie J. The best and brightest, however, had to be the moment when both Adam and Katrina joined forces for “Stay” by Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber. By the time that the night was through, the party had gotten good use out of their dancing shoes; and they had certainly earned a good night’s sleep!

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Love On The Pier

Love was truly in the air this weekend, because Gabriel and Ana tied the knot! After the beautiful ceremony, with the happy couple officially wed, the reception was set to begin. The sun fell over the beautiful Pier Sixty in downtown New York City, with the swashes of golds, oranges, and pinks glittering over the gorgeous rippling water–and that meant that it was time to party! The night started off strong with lots of fun, laughter, drinks, and food, and by the time that the entrance song began, everyone was ready to dance! The bride and groom entrance song, “I Want You Back” by the Jackson 5, really got everyone to their feet, and inspired them to cut a rug! Once Gabriel and Ana made to it to the floor, everyone was moving, grooving, and having a great time. But that was only the beginning of the night!

After the dance floor was cleared, the night pivoted to one of the most tug-at-the-heartstrings moments of the reception: the first dance! Gabriel and Ana chose “Let’s Stay Together” by Al Green, and not a single eye was dry in the house. With such a moving moment in the rearview, the entire party took to the floor to partake in the Hora! The roof, and the chairs, were certainly raised, as everyone dance and sang joyfully. It was then that the party heard a blessing by Eric, the stepfather of the groom, as well as toasts Roy, Elizabeth, Carl, Martha, Harriet, Ezra, and Ellie, all recalling wonderful memories that truly tied a bow on the night. But by the time the final joke was cracked, it was time for more dancing!

Ana and Roy took a spin around the floor during their Father/Daughter dance to “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong. At the point that everyone had wiped away their tears, it was already time to prepare the handkerchiefs once again, as Gabriel and Martha danced to “I’ll Stand By You” by the Pretenders for their Mother/Son dance. By the time the final step was taken, it was already time to cut the cake, and everyone made their way over to grab a slice! After that, the night was spent dancing and laughing the hours away, with songs such as “You Make My Dreams Come True” by Hall and Oates, “If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys, and “Hey Ya” by Outkast setting the tone for the rest of the evening.

After a perfect day of dancing, laughing, and singing the night away, the attendees of the Stine and Sabo wedding left with memories they would never forget–and with a beautiful city skyline view outside their window all night, who would want to?!

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Paris meets New York!

The date was April 23rd, 2022 when Marisa and James came together with all of their guests in celebration of their wedding event!

Marisa and James, now Mr. and Mrs. Miller chose the beautiful New York City wedding venue Bryant Park Grill located in heart of Manhattan.  The Parisian-style dining with the backdrop of the iconic landmark of the New York Public Library made for an eclectic venue and reception experience. The beautiful seasonal patio and roof dining truly made every guest feel like they were on top of the world in the city that never sleeps!

The evening began with a beautiful rooftop wedding. The bride was serenaded down the aisle by the Around Town Entertainment’s string trio playing “Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles. The cello, viola, and violin were a great choice by Marisa and James to add a sophisticated and intimate flair to their beautiful ceremony. It was a lovely twist when the trio celebrated after the “I do’s” by sending the bride and groom down the aisle to Aretha Franklin’s “Say A Little Prayer!”

The Around Town Band from Around Town Entertainment was the New York City band the couple had selected for the wedding celebration. The band first provided a jazz trio for their cocktail hour. The trio played a lively mix of jazz and contemporary selections to entertain their guests as the drinks flowed and the perfect ambiance was set.  The trio was a pianist, a bassist, and a guitarist. The combination of the three was just the right blend to not overwhelm the space but still the right touch to create a spirited vibe in the space.  The guests loved the music and the night was off to a great start.

From there the guests moved to the main reception in the Dining Room where they were greeted with the orchestral sounds of a 10-piece band.  The NY wedding band had the guests right through the door and onto the dance floor.  It was an exciting party from the very start.

The bride and groom had a very special first dance to the Otis Redding song, “That’s How Strong My Love Is.” The band of course prepared the requested song for the special moment and performed this live. The bride also had a special wedding dance with her father to the very appropriate song “My Girl” by the Temptations.  The groom then escorted his mom to the dance floor and they had a wonderful moment together dancing to the Van Morrison song, “Crazy Love.”   The guests were moved by the moment and felt compelled to jump in on the next dance song.   The dance floor was full of an excited bunch and the energy in the room was astounding!

The dancing continued and the guests were on their feet for hours as the band played continuous live music throughout the evening.  The Around Town Band was asked to play a few of the couple’s favorite songs, including “Fantasy” by Mariah Carey and “Hold On, I’m Coming” by Sam and Save.

These songs were a huge hit as was the entire evening where the guests danced.  It was the perfect way for Marisa and James to start their lives together.  This was a classic New York wedding-style event with the perfect combination of champagne, dancing, and great company along with the perfect New York Wedding Entertainment.

Around Town Entertainment was honored to be part of the great celebration and we wish Mr. and Mrs. Miller a lifetime of love and dancing!

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Unique First-Dance Choices Performed by the Best Wedding Bands

The First Dance song is such an important tradition of your wedding. It’s such a tender and intimate moment between you and your partner that you get to share, with the support and love from all your family and friends as they watch you two share the first dance of your time as a married couple. Couples remember their first dance song forever, so it’s important to pick a song that fits you and your fiancé in the best way AND to make sure that you have a wedding band that will actually honor your request. Around Town Entertainment’s bands all honor your must-have song requests, so you know that your First Dance will be a memory that you’ll hold on to forever. This is also such an important moment because it sets the tone for the rest of the evening! The right song can be so sentimental for you and what you and your partner want to share with the world about your relationship, but it also can be a moment of celebration for you two to dance like no one is watching!

Some couples pick the most romantic songs, while others go for a more comedic effect. Sometimes, couples go a more traditional route and pick their parents’ first dance song. We’ve seen it all! Below is a highlights list of some of our favorite and more unique first dance songs selected by our couples, performed live by each of our very own NYC wedding bands in and around the tri-state area and beyond!

  1. “Hooked On A Feeling” – Blue Swede – Paige and Thomas got married at the Madison Hotel under the stars in Morristown, New Jersey! For their first dance song, they picked the iconic “Hooked On A Feeling,” which had the crowd singing along! That famous Ooga-Chaka got the crowd roaring as the After Party Band got everyone on their feet and watching Paige and Thomas rock out together for the first time as husband and wife. This song SCREAMS fun, and definitely sets an exciting and celebratory tone for the rest of the evening with high energy and fun in store!
  2. “Danza Kuduro” – Don Omar – Kaitlyn and Julio celebrated their wedding at The Barn at Villa Venezia in Middletown, New York! Before the big day, the two kept a big secret from even their closest friends and family members. They knew they wanted to do a surprise choreographed dance! They took lessons, had the dance choreographed, and practiced a whole ton to get the moment just right! Instead of just playing the recording they had been ceaselessly rehearsing to, they had the Around Town Band perform “Danza Kuduro” live and their surprise first dance went off without a hitch! Just like they rehearsed, the two shared such a beautiful and memorable moment and wowed all their guests!
  3. “True Companion” – Marc Cohn – Third times the charm! After having to delay their special day three times due to COVID-19, Kristen and Dusty couldn’t be more excited than when they finally got married and partied it up at the Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. Even though they might have been tempted to share the surprise through the many postponements, they decided to keep their first dance song choice a secret! The two settled on “True Companion” by March Cohn, as he so eloquently lyricizes the magic behind finding your “true companion.” Kristen and Dusty’s family and friends were truly touched and hummed along with the Altitude Band, as the pianist sounded just like Marc Cohn!
  4. “I’ll Be” – Edward McCain – Do you remember that moment in Hilary Duff’s “A Cinderella Story” when Sam and Austin shared that magical masquerade dance under the gazebo with the musicians in the garden?! The lights! The romance! We all watched that scene and smiled as they danced to “I’ll Be” by Edward McCain and fell in love! Well, Emily and Ivan recreated this special moment as their first dance! They had their reception at the Hall of Springs in Saratoga Springs, New York. They rehearsed and rehearsed their special dance to perform for their friends and family, so it was super important to them that they find a band that would recreate the moment just like the live musicians played for Sam and Austin. The A-List Band nailed the performance as they had their male vocalist sing with such emotion it sounded even better than the recording!

These are just a few special highlights of some unique First Dance moments that the bands of Around Town Entertainment bring to life for many of our new and happy couples! Whether you have a special dance routine you want to kick-ball-change through with your partner or rock out with your spouse-to-be like you’re the only two in the room, we’ve got you covered!

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By the Sea

The Spring weather was just starting to settle in, which perfectly set the scene for Elijah and Ilana’s special day. Elijah and Ilana were married at the Clarks Landing Yacht Club in Point Pleasant, New Jersey. At this stunning wedding venue, couples can exchange vows beside the sea and celebrate in a gorgeous mansion! Truly a beautiful place to set the scene for such a romantic celebration!

As the sun started to set, the golden glow streamed through the windows, and the light reflected on the water in view, the evening’s festivities began with an intimate ceremony. A pianist from Around Town Entertainment, one of the top requested wedding bands in New Jersey, serenaded the bridal party down the aisle to “‘Til There Was You” and then welcomed Ilana with “One Hand, One Heart” from West Side Story. As Ilana walked down the aisle, Elijah smiled. It was a beautiful tearful moment as the stunning bride met her fiancé at the altar. When all their vows were said and done, and the two enthusiastically were declared husband and wife, a beautiful piano rendition of “We’ve Only Just Begun” played as everyone’s applause roared!

Then it was time for cocktails! The guests moved to the next room where the jazz trio from Around Town Entertainment performed. The trio featured a guitarist, pianist, and bassist, and played many favorite jazz classics! The guests were invited back to the ballroom for the main reception. The bride and groom had their grand introduction as husband and wife to the song “Born to Run” by none other than Bruce Springstein. For their first dance together, the Around Town Band played “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” and had two singers beautifully duet the song as Ilana and Elijah danced in one another’s arms.The guests were invited to join the bride and groom for a traditional Jewish Hora. This is a great family traditional song where everyone gathers in a circle, surrounding the bride and groom as they are lifted up in celebration and support of everyone in the room. Everyone had a blast and were cheering in celebration!

There was quite an evening of dancing as the guests enjoyed the high-energy dance music by the band featuring Elijah and Ilana’s favorite hit songs! Around Town Entertainment was thrilled to be rock the room as the wedding band in New Jersey for this amazing wedding celebration!

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Something special was brewing!

Paige and Tom met when they were set up on a mysterious blind date by a mutual friend! Well, it took a bit of time for Paige and Tom to soften up to the idea. After years of trying to make it happen, the date finally happened! The two met at the Stagehouse Tavern giddy with excitement and nerves. They enjoyed a delicious dinner and spend over four hours enjoying one another’s company and getting to know one another. The conversation just flowed and flowed and the two knew they had something special brewing. Needless to say, they had a great time, and maybe their friend really knew what they were doing!

For years, the two went on many fun adventures together. They saw many amazing shows, and enjoyed many movies, restaurants, and game nights together. For three years, they made many amazing memories and fell more and more in love with one another, knowing that “something special” was no longer a slight simmer but a roaring boil!

For their three-year anniversary, Tom took Paige back to the Stagehouse Tavern, where they had their first date! Just like their first date, they enjoyed the food and one another’s company until, to Paige’s surprise, Tom got down on one knee and asked her to marry him! For her, it was the easiest yes of their life!

They knew their wedding was going to be such a special and momentous occasion and knew they needed to say their “I Do’s” at the best venue and have the best wedding music to celebrate! Paige and Tom got married and celebrated at the Madison Hotel in New Jersey. The Conservatory was all decked out with beautiful floral arrangements, and the sunset shone through all the glass windows and ceilings during the ceremony and cocktail hour. Paige walked down the aisle with a smile to a beautiful piano arrangement of “Simply the Best” played by the pianist of the After Party Band. Once she and Tom were declared man and wife, everyone practically sang along to the Around Town Entertainment’s pianist playing “This Will Be An Everlasting Love!” Off to celebrate they went!

Tom and Paige’s sense of humor DEFINITELY showed throughout their reception! They had the After Party Band play many of their favorite songs! When the groomsmen entered the reception hall everyone cheered as they danced along to “It’s Raining Men!” When the bridal party entered, they strutted into the conservatory to “Run the World, Girls!” by Beyoncé! Then, when the newlyweds were ready to make their grand entrance, the familiar Star Wars Theme Song was played. Just kidding! It was a fakeout! After the first few chords, Paige and Tom sang along to Queen’s iconic “Don’t Stop Me Now!”

All the guests rocked all night long to Tom and Paige’s favorite songs including “Shout,” “Larger Than Life” by the Backstreet Boys, “Through the Years” and many other hit songs! They also celebrated with a Hora!

Congratulations to Paige and Tom, and cheers to many more laughs and memories through the years!

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We Found Love At The Foundry

They truly did find love at the Foundry in Long Island City, New York.  Michele and Stephen chose this really unique raw space with the right catering team and the amazing Foundry staff, the space is quickly converted into one of New York’s top wedding venues.

THE FOUNDRY IS A 19TH-CENTURY BUILDING THAT HAS BEEN METICULOUSLY RESTORED TO SHOWCASE ITS INDUSTRIAL CHARACTER AND STUNNING PROPORTIONS.

THE FOUNDRY INTERIOR BOASTS 3,000+ SQUARE FEET OF RAW SPACE WITH A LUSH OUTDOOR COURTYARD, ROOFTOP TERRACE WITH VIEWS OF THE MANHATTAN SKYLINE, INDOOR GREENHOUSE, AND FULLY EQUIPPED INDUSTRIAL KITCHEN.

Not only did the bride and groom choose this great gem of a venue but they also chose the outstanding band the Altitude band from Around Town Entertainment.    A seven-piece band consisting of three singers, piano, bass drums, and guitar was the perfect sized combination for the space and the guests count not to mention for a night of dancing and celebration.
But before every wedding celebration begins, there must be a moment for the couple to exchange their vows.  The pianist from Around Town Entertainment performed all the important processional songs.   The bride walked down the aisle to the beautiful classic Canon in D.
Once the couple was officially married, the musician played “On top of the World” by Imagine Dragons.  This wonderful couple was definitely feeling on top of the World!

The guests enjoyed a candlelit evening of dinner and dancing. There were some really unique choices by the bride and groom for their special dance moments and wow, did the New York City wedding band hit all the marks.
They learned the newest top 40 hit “Do it to it” by Acraze for the bridal party entrance and they already knew the smash hit “Shivers” by Ed Sheeran for the bride and groom’s grand entrance.

From there it was time for the official first dance for the couple to have an intimate moment to celebrate their union.  They chose the song “You are the reason” by Calum Scott. Everybody enjoyed the moment and soon jumped in to dance along with the couple.

The bride and groom gave the band a hit list of their favorite songs along with their highlighted favorite songs from the band’s master song list of over one thousand songs to choose from. The band played so many of the bride and groom’s favorite songs as the guests dance the night away.
As is the case with almost every Around Town Entertainment wedding event the guests were chanting for more music when the band played the final last song of the evening.

The band loved to give an encore song especially since the moment felt like a true concert with the crowd going wild. What an exciting New York wedding event with just the right touch of wedding music from the favorite New York City wedding band company Around Town Entertainment.

Around Town Entertainment was thrilled to be part of this exclusive wedding event!

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Under the Stars

With the winter coming to an end, the March 12, 2022 wedding date was the perfect time in the season for a wedding event. Mr. and Mrs. Longernecker were just married on this date and what a night it was.

Arielle and Kenneth were married at the Rockleigh, a wonderful wedding venue in Rockleigh, New Jersey. At this beautiful New Jersey wedding venue, the bride and groom can exchange vows under the stars, in the outdoor garden chapel adorned with flowing fountains and a stone gazebo. What a stunning setting. Imagine the first dance in the elegant and spacious Bristol Room or Grand Pavilion ballroom, complemented by an inlaid marble dance floor and glowing crystal chandeliers.

The evening began with an intimate ceremony with a violinist and pianist from Around Town Entertainment, one of the top requested wedding bands in New Jersey. The bridal party song selected was “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur. The bride walked down the aisle as the groom waited with anticipation. It was a tearful moment as the stunning bride met her fiancé at the altar. “Canon In D” by Pachabel was the perfect selection for this moment. After the couple was announced as husband and wife the combo played “Thunder Road” by Bruce Springstein.
Next, it was time for cocktails! The guests moved to the next room where the jazz trio from Around Town Entertainment performed. There were some unique selections played by the trio to add to the meet and great moments for all the guests and their families.

Soon it was time for the ultimate celebration. The guests were invited to the main reception in the grand ballroom. The bridal party was introduced into the room to the unusual but lively song, “Uptight” by the incomparable Stevie Wonder. The NJ wedding band, the After Party Band from Around Town Entertainment played it perfectly. The bride and groom had their grand introduction as husband and wife to the song “Who Loves You” by Frankie Valli. Of course Adele’s “Make You Feel My Love” was the first dance. How can you go wrong with Adele, especially with this hit wedding song!

The guests were invited to join the bride and groom for a traditional Jewish Hora. This is a great family traditional song where everyone gathers in a circle, surrounding the bride and groom as they are lifted up in celebration and support of everyone in the room. What a spectacular moment for all!

There was quite an evening of dancing as the guests enjoyed the high-energy dance music by the band.
The bride and groom had all of their favorite selected songs performed, including the very important parent dance songs, “The Way You Look Tonight” by Frank Sinatra and “My Wish” by the Rascal Flatts. And let’s not forget the yummy cake-cutting song “Save The Last Dance For Me” by Michael Buble. Around Town Entertainment was thrilled to be chosen as the wedding band in New Jersey for this amazing wedding bash!

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A lifetime of dancing!

The date was March 18, 2022 when this lovely couple came together with all of their guests in celebration of their wedding event!

Mary Grace and Tom, now Mr. and Mrs. Hackett chose the beautiful wedding venue The Larkfield located in East Port, NY.  Inspired by the Tuscan villas of Italy, the Larkfield was the perfect setting for romance with the elegance of Old World style, demonstrated in timber and stone façades, soaring hearths, manicured gardens and interior balconies.

The Around Town Band from Around Town Entertainment was the New York City band the couple had selected for the wedding celebration. The band first provided a jazz trio for their cocktail hour. The trio played a lively mix of jazz and contemporary selections to entertain their guests as the drinks flowed and the perfect ambiance was set.  The trio was a pianist, a bassist and a guitarist. The combination of the three was just the right blend to not overwhelm the space but still the right touch to create a spirited vibe in the space.  The guests loved the music and the night was off to a great start.

From there the guests moved to the main reception in the Vilaggio Room where they were greeted with the orchestral sounds of a 12 piece band.  The NY wedding band had the guests right through the door and onto the dance floor.  It was an exciting party from the very start.

The bride and groom had a very special first dance to the Frank Sinatra song, “You Make Me Feel So Young.   The band of course prepared the requested song for the special moment and performed this live.  The bride also had a special wedding dance with her father to the very appropriate song “My Girl” by the Temptations.  The groom then escorted his mom to the dance floor and they had a wonderful moment together dancing to the Nat King Cole song “Our Love Is Here To Stay.   The guests were moved by the moment and felt compelled to jump in on the next dance song.   The dance floor was full with an excited bunch and the energy in the room was astounding.

The dancing continued and the guests were on their feet for hours as the band played continuous live music throughout the evening.  The Around Town Band was asked to play a few of the couple’s favorite songs, to include “Friends In Low Places” by Garth Brooks, “Glory Days” by Bruce Springstein. 

These songs were a huge hit as was the entire evening where the guests danced.  It was the perfect way for Mary Grace and Tom to start their lives together.  This was a classic New York wedding style event with the perfect combination of champagne, dancing and great company along with the perfect New York Wedding Entertainment.

Around Town Entertainment was honored to be part of the great celebration and we wish Mr. and Mrs.  Hackett a lifetime of love and dancing.

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From Istanbul to New York City!

Senay and Robert met when they were both working in the U.S. Consulate General in Istanbul, Turkey. Istanbul native Senay met Robert, a born-and-raised New Yorker, on Robert’s first day as a diplomat in 2018. Robert had only been on the job for a few minutes when Seney walked down a flight of stairs and into his life! 

The two became fast friends, and Seney soon took on the unofficial role of Robert’s tour guide and translator. It wasn’t long before Robert asked Seney to be his girlfriend. She refused him twice, despite many close friends telling her that Robert was a keeper. Things changed when they took a trip to Eskisehir, and Seney began to see Robert in a new light, and expressed that the romantic feelings were reciprocated. Robert opted to extend his assignment in Istanbul so that he and Seney could continue to build their relationship. Before they knew it, Robert and Seney were making wedding plans! They planned to be married on May 14, 2020 at a large ceremony in Istanbul. Of course, those plans fell through due to the pandemic, and instead they had an intimate ceremony on June 9th.

Though Seney and Robert may have said “I Do” in front of only a handful of people, they did get the chance to celebrate their love with all their family and friends this past fall! The reception of their dreams took place in Robert’s native New York City, at the University Club. As guests arrived for cocktails they were greeted by beautiful music played by Around Town Entertainment’s Harpist. Once cocktail hour was in full swing, guests mingled, congratulating the happy couple and tapping their toes to their favorite Jazz standards—courtesy of Around Town’s Jazz Trio!

Soon it was time to head upstairs to the reception! Seney and Robert entered the ballroom to Beyonce’s “Freedom,” played by Around Town’s Authority Band. For their first dance, the band played “Fly Me to the Moon” by Frank Sinatra. As they danced, Seney and Robert looked at each other lovingly, it was clear they had been waiting for this moment for a long time. After the slow dance, the party was kicked off with the traditional Turkish dance, Erik Dali, celebrating Seney’s heritage and also reminding the couple of where their story began. The high energy continued as the band followed that up by playing some other upbeat favorites, like “Don’t Stop the Party” by Pitbull. 

For the cake cutting, the band played “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone. The guests let out some “aw’s” as Seney and Robert shared that first slice of cake. After dessert, it was time to keep the party going with more music! The Authority Band played all of Seney and Robert’s favorite songs, including NK’s “Elefante” and “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi. The Band finished off the night by playing “New York’s My Home” by Ray Charles, celebrating the fact that Seney and Robert have begun a beautiful life together in New York City.

Thanks, Seney and Robert for having the Authority Band “start spreading the news” that you’re beginning your new life together in the big apple!