As a professional harpist in the St Louis area, Sues desire is to enhance your wedding ceremony with the beautiful sounds of the harp. Sue and her exquisite burgundy Concert Grand Harp have been entertaining the St Louis Community for nearly 20 years. Sue would love to help you create the wedding of your dreams.
I have been a professional pianist for thirty years. I have provided piano music for every event imaginable. I will tailor the music, whether it be classical, or jazz, to your needs. Please refer to my website for music samples.
Whatever your need, STL Event Pianist can add that musical touch to your special event. Specializing in weddings (ceremony music and cocktail hour entertainment), corporate events, holiday parties and much more.
We are Jukebox Jealousy, a group of seasoned musicians and stage performers who bring back the true entertainment value to live dance music. Where ever we perform, you'll witness a groove-driven production like no other in the greater St. Louis area.
DTP is a management company, dedicated to providing only the highest quality of music at your event. We manage five bands that consist of the best musicians in the area and only book bands within our company in order to guarantee the best customer service possible.
Use our directory of live bands in St Louis, Missouri to find the one that complements your taste and gets you in the mood to dance! When you have the right band, live music is an absolute blast at weddings!
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