What we have done, is added a page/listing on mywedding.com, as the Jazz MusicSpecialists, so our bridal and private clients can learn the differences between the various styles of jazz music, and therefore, be able to book them quickly and easily.
There are also photo galleries, so you may see pictures of some of our most popular jazz ensembles, and an easy way to contact us.
We define 5 different kinds of danceable jazz, and also background jazz for listening, but not dancing. Many lend themselves to Theme Parties where the music, food and decor are all coordinated.
Yesterday, we talked about the exciting music from the "Roaring Twenties", aka "The Jazz Age". The Great Gatsby years.
Within 2 wks, we will send another newsletter about "Traditional Jazz". Those styles include Dixieland, New Orleans Style, Mari Gras, and Cajun/Zydeco.
Please feel free to contact us any time you have a question or comment: Nancy 503-774-2511, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce our new website is live! Please check it out at www.mywedding.com.
There seems to be lots of confusion about the definition of jazz music, and where to book it for wedding receptions and corporate and private parties. We've had over 20 years of experience working with many of the finest, Portland-based jazz artists, so wanted to make your search as fun and easy as possible.
As Portland's "Jazz Specialists", we narrow down the various styles that are danceable and most frequently requested for weddings and parties. We define 5 different styles, as well as "background" music, where you don't want to dance, but DO want to create a warm and stylish ambiance in the background.
We can also assist you in finding dance instructors that teach all styles. Whether you want to samba, mambo, tango, Lindy Hop, or cha, cha, cha, we can help you find terrific and experienced instructors.
In addition to learning about the different styles, we also feature a photo gallery of many of the artists and bands we are proud to represent. We will be adding more photographs in the days and weeks to come.