Wedding ceremony bookings will usually require learning four special songs. The Acoustic duo will perform two for the Bridal processions. Two more during signing of the register. Help is on hand with song choice. The Redfords Full Set Lists
The Acoustic duo includes female vocals. Accompanied by a guitarist who provides backing and occasional vocals. The acoustic duo always perform live. This can be outdoor if the weather permits. Reasonably early set up is essential. The cost of course included.
Acoustic duo sets are extensive and varied. They will include classic and modern songs. Performances normally last around 90 minutes. Broken into sets. The length of each set is tailored to suit. Breaks between sets are taken naturally. Choice of material is relaxed. Songs will cater for all ages and musical tastes. The Redfords Full Set Lists
Substantial savings on cost can be made. When the Acoustic Duo is booked with the band.
The Acoustic duo has invested heavily in quality instruments. It uses music industry famous Gibson guitars. The Acoustic duo is insured for Public Liability. All electrical equipment is tested every year. This is in line with the Heath and safety Executive’s P.A.T. requirements. A sound engineer generally travels with the acoustic duo. If you are in any doubt please contact our management.
- Reasonably early set-up.
- Your choice of 4 to 5 songs for ceremony.
- Both male and female vocals.
- A repertoire spanning the Elvis to Adele.
- Travel no extra cost.
- Quality PA if required.
- Equipment is fully PL & PAT compliant.
- Latest finish 18.00 hrs.
I want to say a huge thank you to The Redfords Acoustic duofor making our special day!! The songs sung at the ceremony were PERFECT!!
Everyone gave great feedback about the band. I know everyone had a great time in the evening on the dance floor!!
Just a quick question, will we be able to get any of the photos that you took in the evening, I have seen some on facebook and again everyone is asking for more haha!!
Thank you so much!!
The Warren Bromley Kent 2nd November 2012