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Anita wrote you a Review 05/19/2015

"Bob Egan played the piano for our ceremony and cocktail hour. He was easy to work with and such a down-to-earth, genuinely nice guy! He didn't hesitate to find sheet music for our "different" request of playing a transformers song for our recessional and the guests LOVED him. One of my favorite moments is when grandpa and my aunt were standing around him doing a sing-a-long together :) He accommodated ours and our guests' requests without hesitation! His super cool secretary, Sandy, is equally as awesome! She called to wish us well after our wedding, which was very sweet and seemingly uncommon in the vendor world! True gems!"

 

-Trisha

Bob Egan played the piano for our wedding ceremony and cocktail hour on November 8th, 2014 in Center City, Philadelphia and he was fabulous! He was great to talk to on the phone and arrived early on the wedding day. He was very professional and our guests loved him. Thanks, Bob!

 

-Kristin & Matt

My husband and I would like to extend our deepest thank you for the wonderful job you did providing music for our wedding day! From the piano and violin for the ceremony and cocktail hour to the DJ for the reception, we loved the work you did. Thanks again and we look forward to recommending you to family and friends!

 

Kathryn wrote you a Review 01/13/2016

"We used Bob Egan Entertainment for our wedding at Holly Hedge Estate. After meeting with Bob once we knew it was a perfect match. We explained our budget and vision and he even hoped on the piano at one point to see if we liked a certain genre of music. He was energetic and really seemed to understand how we could make the whole night flow within our budget. We

agreed to do two hours of instrumental for the ceremony and cocktail (a violinist and pianist - on the keyboard) followed by CJ as our DJ with lighting (subtle though given the rustic setting of our venue). Ceremony and Cocktail: They were so open minded and it was amazing. They played everything from Hall and Oats to Adele, an old school Nsync song, the Beatles and even Little Wing by Jimi Hendrix (processional). I ended up really falling in love with so many instrumental versions of songs in prep that I'd strongly encourage you to check it out as an option. He shortened the songs to accommodate the shorter aisle so the best parts could still get played.

 

This was one of the best benefits of doing live music for the ceremony - on the fly adjustments. Most telling... SO many people recognized the songs played in their instrumental versions and it added something very cool and unique to the wedding. As Bob stressed from the beginning he wanted everyone to leave the cocktail being able to say, "I knew that XXX song..." and everyone did - from young to old and various music genre lovers.

 

Reception: The DJ through Bob Egan Entertainment was CJ and he was superb. He even had a glass of champagne ready to go following speeches and consulted us on how to lay out the reception to ensure we got to enjoy the wedding and get some really good dance shots. There seriously isn't one thing change AT ALL!!! Great transitions, very accommodating to our very vast and somewhat particular music tastes. VERY affordable, extremely flexible, professional and very easy to work with. Don't look anywhere else!"

 

 

Bob Egan explains how to choose the perfect
music for your wedding ceremony.

Congratulations on your upcoming nuptials! We’re here to help you coordinate the perfect music to compliment your special day. We work within your budget to orchestrate a truly memorable event. For your ceremony through cocktails, dinner and dancing - we have the perfect soloist, trio or quartet, band or DJ in any style from classic to contemporary and everything in between.

What our clients are saying...

  • Wedding Ceremony Musical Suggestions  >

    Classical Selections:

    Air on the G String (Bach)

    Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Handel)

    Ave Maria (Schubert)

    Ave Maria (Bach)

    Bist du Bei Mir (Bach)

    Bridal Chorus (from "Lohengrin” Richard Wagner)

    Canon in D (Pachelbel)

    Clair De Lune (Debussy)

    Flower Duet (from “Lakme”)

    Hornpipe (Handel)

    Jesu, Joy of man’s desiring (Bach)

    Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee (Beethoven)

    Largo (from “Xerxes”) Handel

    La Rejouissance (Handel)

    Prelude in C (Bach)

    Romeo and Juliet Themes (Tschaiowsky)

    Rondeau (Mouret)

    Sheep May Safely Graze (Bach)

    Spring (from the Four Seasons - Vivaldi)

    Trumpet Voluntary in D Major - Purcell

    Trumpet Tune (Clarke)

    Trumpet Voluntary (John Bennett)

    Vivaldi Concerto in C Major - Theme from “Kramer Vs. Kramer”

    Wedding March (from “A Midsummer’s night Dream - Mendelssohn)

    Popular Wedding Songs:

    All of me (John Legend)

    A Time for Us (from the movie “Romeo and Juliet”)

    A Thousand Years (Christina Perri)

    All I Ask Of You (from “Phantom of the Opera”)

    Best Friend (Queen)

    Beautiful Day (U2)

    Can’t help falling in love with you (Elvis)

    Grow Old with Me (John  Lennon, also Mary Chapin Carpenter)

    Home (Phillip Phillips)

    I choose You (Sara Barelles)

    I'm yours (Jason Mraz)

    In my life (the Beatles)

    Just the Way you Are (Bruno Mars)

    Marry Me (Train)

    Love Never Fails You

    Once Upon a Time...Storybook Love (from "The Princes Bride”)

    One Hand, One Heart (from “West Side Story”)

    Perhaps Love (John Denver)

    Photograph (Ed Sheeran)

    Sabbath Prayer (from “Fiddler on the Roof”)

    Somewhere (from “West Side Story”)

    Sunrise Sunset (From “Fiddler on the Roof”)

    Till there was you (the Beatles/"The Music Man"

    Wedding Song (There is Love)

    New Age - Instrumentals

    Butterfly Waltz (Brian Crain)

    First Touch (Yanni)

    Glasgow Love Theme (From the move "Love Actually")

    In the Morning Light (Yanni)

    Lake Erie Rainfall (Jim Brickman)

    Maestro (From the movie "The Holiday")

    River Flows in You (Yiruma)

    Song From a Secret Garden (Rolf Lovland)

    Somewhere in Time (from the movie - John Barry)

    To Take... To Hold (Yanni)

    Waterfall (the piano guys)

     

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