A band to perform at my wedding

Posted by Ivan Y.


Mosman, NSW

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Saturday, 19th May 2012
I'm getting married on October 27 at Mosman and I'm looking for a 3-4 person band to perform on and off between about 5pm and say 9 or 10pm.

You don't have to be professionals. Garage bands or church bands welcome!

The cost is for you to perform only. I'm happy to negotiate the reimbursement for you to bring your own instruments and sound equipment hire as I am not familiar with these costs. During the night, between playing we would use your equipment for doing speeches. At the end of the night we would like to use your sound equipment to play music for the dance floor.

We would want to choose a lot of our own music, but will be happy to listen to your songs and see if there is anything we like.

Dinner for your band included and a few drinks after you stop playing!

It's a long way away but trying to get organised ahead of time.

if you are keen send me a link so I can see what you are like.
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Hey, myself and a friend could be play as a duo for what you're after (I can also organise a drummer if you want that full band sound). Take a listen to our music and let me know if you're interested:

Hi I had this band for my wedding in march they are a group of 3 extremely diverse very professional , they were the the talk of the night amazing here is a contact number james[mod: contact details hidden to comply with Airtasker trust and safety] email definitely worth looking into
Hi Ivan, we can do all of the above - playing, DJ (with your computer/Ipod or ours), speeches, lighting for $2,000 cash on the night for a trio. We are called Deep and have been playing Sydney's cover band scene for a number of years. Please contact [mod: email hidden to comply with Airtasker trust and safety]

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LOL i meant 17* we've been a band for about a year and a bit, all music students, year 11, played some parties, school arranging pub gigs and currently writing a 6 track ep, including 2 songs we've already domestically recorded. and get man, stonefield are a band comprised of 13 year olds and they played at big day out ;)
Are you serious 3 - 16yr kids doing an important and special even such as a wedding? How much experience do these kids have?
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