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Ryan and Jessica, 4 Dec 2010, Pan Pacific (Ocean ballroom)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: Destiny Remember this song? It’s not a very contemporary song for weddings now, but I feel that this is still a classic wedding song! The Wedding (Ave Maria)   And… Ryan and Jessica got me to perform this song for their 1st march-in! What a grand march-in 🙂 We also performed the song ‘Destiny’ for the photo montage…it was a great moment for the band when we ended about the same time as the montage hihi. 🙂 My…

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Shaun and Zara, 28 Nov 2010, St Regis

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: When You Say Nothing At All Shaun and Zara’s wedding was a marriage of people and cultures. It was my first time singing for a Russian bride – a model no less. Zara’s beauty was matched by her feisty personality, and she wouldn’t hesitate to tell us what her opinions. Shaun was a meticulous groom. He had in-laws to take care of, banquet matters to attend to, and goodness knows how many million other things to manage.…

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Sian Khong and Fong Cheng, 20 Nov 2010, Mandarin Court, Mandarin Orchard

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: 世界最美的风景 (Most Beautiful Scenery In The World) Sian Khong and Fong Cheng are a study in contrasts. Sian Khong is sturdy and heavyset, while Fong Cheng is petite and slim. Sian Khong is reticent, while Fong Cheng is eloquent. Yet, they make such a lovely couple. They have nicknames for each other – Sian Khong is “gorilla”, while Fong Cheng is “sparrow”. All the beautiful photos in this entry were taken by Fai Ming of Pic Hour…

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Andrew and Gillian, 10 Oct 2010, East India Room, Raffles Hotel

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: The First Time It was a beautiful sunny day, and Andrew and Gillian’s friends were all waiting patiently for the solemnisation ceremony to begin. On cue, Bevlyn started singing Lover’s Concerto, and Gillian began walking down the aisle with her father, her pixie-like face radiant with love. When Gillian’s dad handed her over to Andrew, I could see that Andrew was overwhelmed with joy. His eyes brimmed with happy tears, and Gillian smile shone even brighter than…

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Grace and Selwan, 9 Oct 2010, Windsor Ballroom, Goodwood Park Hotel

Bevlyn’s thoughts: Wonderful Tonight I love emcees who share the love story of the wedding couple with the guests; it’s not easy to find a perfect wedding emcee, and very so often, the best one is someone who grew up with either the bride or the groom. For this wedding, the emcee is a childhood friend of, both! The three of them got to know each other since secondary one which is, 17 years ago, well, you do the maths.…

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Gavin and Diana, 3 Oct 2010, Gallery Ballroom, Traders Hotel

Tanya’s thoughts: 家后 (Queen Of The House) It was surprises galore on the night of Gavin’s and Diana’s big day. Gavin prepared a special number, 家后 dedicated to both the couple’s parents. His smooth vocals shone through and the audience were thoroughly thrilled with his performance. The night’s climax had to be during the yam seng ceremony..Halfway through, just before the third toast, the emcee who was also part of the troop of brothers, announced (very impishly) that the brothers…

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Marcus and Banez, 18 Sep 2010, Ocean Ballroom, Pan Pacific (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: Always When I received the song list for Marcus and Banez’s wedding, I was thrilled. Clearly, this couple believed in giving thanks to their friends, for there were so many songs about friendship: 我们这一班 (Our Class) That’s What Friends Are For 细水长流 (Flowing Rivers) 朋友 (Friends) Two of them, 我们这一班 (Our Class) and 细水长流 (Flowing Rivers), also happened to be xinyao classics, and performing them led us on a nostalgic trip down memory lane. There were quite…

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Felene and Lionel, 17 Sep 2010, Swissotel The Stamford (Wedding Live Band)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: 月圆花好 (Full Moon Blooming Flowers) This wedding has the most fusion songlist I’d ever sung! It’s not a bad thing at all, because I’m quite sure nobody felt left out by the live band! To prove my point, we started off with the French song titled “Le festin” which is taken off the movie soundtrack ‘Ratatouille‘,, and it could not be a more suitable song for the 1st dish because it means “the feast”! Here’s the translation of the lyrics:…

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Stephanie and Daniel, 11 Sep 2010, Flutes At The Fort, Fort Canning (Wedding Live Band)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: Come Fly with Me It is my first time to The Flutes, and I was blown away by this rustic black and white bungalow which used to be the old Fire Chiefs’ home. It was built in 1908, and I was thrilled to still be able to capture the charm of ‘old Singapore’! A tentage was set up, and the flowers’ arrangement was amazing: I thought that this was a great idea –  you can find your own name…

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Rachel and Kelvin, 10 Sep 2010, Fullerton (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: 玫瑰玫瑰我爱你 (Rose Rose I Love You) I really enjoyed watching the video shown during Rachel and Kelvin’s wedding celebration. First of all, the song chosen was Daddy’ Angel, and the lyrics are really touching. The video also showed Kelvin and his friends dancing to Wonder Girl’s Nobody and Aaron Kwok’s 对你爱不完 (Everlasting Love). I’m surprised the latter has endured till now. Take a trip down nostalgia lane by watching the video below: We had a great time…

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Leonard and Livian, 1 Aug 2010, Regent Hotel (Wedding Live Band)

Imelda’s thoughts Band: Imelda, Zheng Quan, Clarence, Regi, Niq L-R: Zheng Quan, Imelda, Niq, Leonard, Clarence, RegiPhotos courtesy of Sky Hu. Thanks, Sky! Repertoire: (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons, Today Was A Fairytale, Cheek To Cheek, Falling For You, Bubbly, You Were There, 至少还有你 (At Least There Is You), Songbird, Time After Time, Hold On, Thank You For Loving Me, When I See You Smile, 每天爱你多一些 (Every Day I Love You More), 爱很简单 (Love Is Very Simple), Love Of…

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Daniel and Chevelle, 30 Jul 2010, Marina Mandarin (Poolside) (Wedding Live Band)

Bevlyn’s thoughts: Kiss Of Life  It was actually my first time performing at the Marina Mandarin poolside, imagine that after 6 years of wedding-singing! But I think it shows that more and more couples are taking to the idea of alfresco settings, and the poolside at Marina Mandarin boosts of the lovely swimming pool (of course), the nice poolside seats for the early guests to sit on before being ushered to the banquet area; and the banquet area has antique-looking…

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Theo and Rachel, 25 Jul 2010, Tower Ballroom, Shangri-La (Wedding Live Band)

Hsin Yeow’s thoughts: Two Is Better Than One Sometimes, you get invited to a wedding because you have gotten to know either the bride or groom many years ago. And you wonder how the couple met each other and fell in love. Theo and Rachel clearly believe in filling in the gaps for their family and friends. They lovingly produced a video which traced the journey of their lives, starting with the sentence, “Theo is the eldest in a family…

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Kangwei and Shuqin, 18 Jul 2010, Amara Sanctuary, Sentosa (Wedding Live Band)

Bevlyn’s thoughts: More Than Words Everyone invited to the wedding dinner of Shuqin and Kangwei could tell how in love and committed they are to each other; Shuqin put it loud and clear to Kangwei in her thank you speech, “I couldn’t have made it without you (through all the ups and downs in her life)…You’re probably the best thing that ever happened to me.” Kangwei thanked his wife too, but honestly I remember more of the anecdote revealed by…

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Gyneth and Kenneth, 10 Jul 2010, Sentosa Resort & Spa (Wedding Live Band)

Bevlyn’s Thoughts: Stand By Me This is the love story of a couple who met each other 14 years ago way back in secondary school, stood by each other, and finally tied the knots last Sat! Word has it that Gyneth stood out among the bunch of schoolgirls during schooldays because of her always-coloured hair, higher-than-usual skirt hem, and her tall-to-the calf socks. That might have created some problems for her and her bridesmaid who was a prefect back then, but it…

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Madeline and Kazae, 10 Jul 2010, Four Seasons (Wedding Live Band)

Judy’s thoughts: 最好的事 (The Best Thing) This wedding gig was a first for me in many ways. It was my first time singing at Four Seasons Ballroom, first time collaborating with my lovely accompanist Qiuyun and most importantly, my first time singing a wedding song written by the bride herself! The wonderfully and meticulously organized wedding lunch was definitely as memorable for me as it was for the couple. The wedding lunch was unlike other conventional wedding events. There was…

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David and Theodora, 3 Jul 2010, The Sentosa Spa & Resort (Wedding Live Band)

Ariel’s thoughts: 真情流露 (My True Emotions Revealed) When Matthew, Wilson and I were invited to perform at David’s wedding, we were honestly blown away by the couple’s request for a 4-set gig. Full of expectations that this was gonna be a night to remember, I brought all my lyrics just in case the party could not be contained! And as it turned out, the celebrations went beyond all our expectations. First off, David and Theodore dispensed with all formalities and…

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Evan and Andrea, 3 Jul 2010, Rendezvous Hotel (Wedding Live Band)

Hui Bing’s thoughts: Forever And For Always Friends always ask what instrument is more suitable for the band – guitar or keyboard? Saxophone or violin? I always reply that it depends on the ambience which they like to create as well as the songs which they chose. I thought the guitar/vocal combi really suited Andrea and Evan’s choice of songs, which are more country and laid back in nature. They include some lovely songs from Shania Twain, Colbie Calliat’s songs…

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David and Joanne, 3 Jul 2010, Pacific Ballroom, Pan Pacific (Wedding Live Band)

Imelda’s thoughts: Time Of Your Life One of the qualities David’s best man – Tim described of David was that he was very creative. Instead of the usual “on the knees” proposal, David had cleverly and discreetly placed the proposal ring in Joanne’s pocket. I agree that David is indeed very creative. This was the poem he wrote for Joanne when he picked her up the morning of the wedding: How lucky I am that you’re not bimbotic How lucky…

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Irwin and Lynette, 3 Jul 2010, Marriott (Wedding Live Band)

Junxiong’s thoughts: 爱是永恒 (Love is Eternal)… The performance at Irwin and Lynette’s luncheon wedding was another happy and memorable one! Irwin and Lynette are an extremely friendly and energetic couple, one of those whom you can easily start a conversation with despite the first time meeting up. It is also extremely kind of them to have us seated at their wedding banquet so that we could have a sumptuous fill during the breaks. More importantly, the jovial couple has selected…

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