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Why Choose a Band Over a DJ for Your Wedding?

Why Choose a Band Over a DJ for Your Wedding?

Your wedding deserves to be amazing – and your love story
should be celebrated in grand style.

The colors, the food, the dress and the fancy tux – they all
contribute to making your wedding day feel incredible.

But why should you choose a Band over a DJ when it comes to
your wedding day?

We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.

  • It feels more unique. You hear and see DJs at
    almost every other party you attend –hiring a band to entertain you and your
    guests can feel more intimate and special. Don’t get us wrong: a DJ can do an
    amazing job. But hiring a band can add that special flair that will make your
    wedding feel more exclusive.
  • It’s more organic. There’s something nearly
    magical about the strum of a guitar and a live voice playing your favorite song
    while you whirl to your First Dance. Having a wedding band can make these
    moments feel more romantic and will create some truly special moments.
  • Communication. 
    When hiring a band for your wedding entertainment you can rest assured
    that they will create a detailed play list that is tailored specifically for
    you and your partner. When you hire McLean Avenue Band you have a direct link
    to the band, no middle man. 
  • The quality of music. When you hire a live band,
    they will make it a priority to entertain your guests.  While a DJ can surely mix music that fits
    different age groups and different musical genres, a wedding band can
    incorporate them all in a natural way, that will create a true show for you and
    your guests.   Music played by a band
    simply sounds better, more festive, and is unforgettable – not just for you as
    the happy couple but for your guests too.

Looking for an amazing wedding band in New York or New
Jersey? Contact McLean Avenue Band
and allow us to create an unforgettable experience for you and your
guests. 

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