Live music for your wedding reception

Cocktail Hour

A smaller band like a jazz combo or string quartet are popular options. Classical music or instrumental jazz standards from the Real Book are popular. Cocktail hour music transitions the ambiance from the wedding ceremony to the reception.

Cocktail Hour                            Dinner Hour                            Dancing

Dinner Hour

Music soft enough for guests to comfortably carry on conversations. Selecting the right music can allow a band

of any size. Jazz ballads, soft rock and pop, and acoustic

folk and country music are perfect for dining.


Dancing traditionally begins with the special dances for the

bride and groom and their parents. Open dancing usually follows

inviting everyone to join the newlyweds on the dance floor.

Special Dances

We are often asked to recommend songs for the special dances. Here are some of our most popular requests.

Grand Entrance

It Had to Be You

Suit & Tie

We Are In Love

Take Back the Night

First Dance

A Wink and a Smile

At Last

I Cross My Heart

It Had to Be You


The Best Is Yet To Come

The Way You Look Tonight

Thinking Out Loud

This I Promise You

Father Daughter Dance

Isn't She Lovely

Just the Way You Are

Let's Stay Together

My Girl

Some Enchanted Evening

The Way You Look Tonight

This I Promise You

Wonderful Tonight


Mother Son Dance

I Could Write a Book


Over the Rainbow

Put Your Head On My Shoulder

The Very Thought of You


What a Wonderful World

You Are the Sunshine of My Life

Cake Cutting

After Supper

Recipe for Love

Last Dance

Celebrate Me Home

Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough



In the Midnight Hour

Save the Last Dance for Me

Shut Up + Dance

Your Mama Don't Dance

Garter Toss

James Bond Theme

Secret Agent Man

The Pink Panther Theme

“The Matt McCallie Orchestra was the highlight of our wedding reception. My guests STILL rave about how entertaining and great the band was.”

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