I love playing acoustic guitar at wedding ceremonies. There are few moments in life where music is so important. It’s an honour for me to be a part of it.
The warmth, majesty and depth of open tunings. To create a signature guitar sound, I use what are called “open” tunings. Used most notably by the Rolling Stones, they provide incredible warmth, majesty and depth.
Music that’s a little more personal. Most couples I work with want a wedding that’s unique. As a wedding guitarist, I’m more often asked to play Neil Young or Jack Johnson than I am the Wedding March. That said, others like my modern, earthier approach to classic wedding songs.
Either way, my style and repertoire allow you to build a wedding ceremony that’s very unique and extremely personal.
Live in Studio (2012) — Instrumental Guitar Performance Recording.
I took some time in December 2012 to do a live studio performance. I wanted to have a good quality recording of a diverse live set. This one covers material that can be used for everything from the pre-ceremony to cocktail hour.
A realistic performance recording was the main goal here. We took a lot of time with set up, to capture the best blend of intimacy and size, then I performed one single set. No retakes. No fixing mistakes. No overdubs. Just one guitar and a hi-hat. The delay you hear was done live through a delay pedal and into the board.
All songs except “Fading Light” are for audition purposes only. Not for sale or distribution.
Other recordings — Instrumental Guitar.