Ariel’s Thoughts: Built To Last
This was a wedding lunch with all the works – which hotel serves Peking duck during pre-banquet reception! As usual, the band, comprising of Ian, Junxiong and me, set up the equipment early. To my surprise, Ian had brought his massive Bose amplifiers to the gig, which contributed warmth to the band’s sound. With a good start to the day, the wedding lunch began with the march-in song, At The Beginning, followed by a good mix of English favourites, Chinese and even Cantonese pop. A good point to note, these songs were specially selected by the couple which would certainly resonate with their guests from all walks of life.
I was very impressed with Alvin’s move to present an extremely entertaining photo montage of his and Catherine’s childhood and courtship days, which was peppered with Alvin’s witty comments and heartfelt demonstration of love for his wife. Such a personal touch would certainly make their wedding reception unforgettable and memorable. We are extremely grateful for the assistance Four Seasons had rendered the band, which helped make our performance a success. Finally, we thank Catherine and Alvin, as well as A Little Dream, for engaging us for the wedding reception. Here’s wishing Catherine and Alvin a lifetime of bliss and happiness!
L-R: Ariel, Catherine, Alvin, Ian & Junxiong

Band: Ariel, Junxiong & Ian

At The Beginning (1st March-in), I’m Yours, Fly me to the Moon, 小酒窝 (Dimples), For The First Time, Close To You, Way Back Into Love, 每天爱你多一些 (Loving You More Each Day), Built To Last, I Finally Found Someone

You And Me (2nd March-in), Open Arms, 我愿意 (I Do), When I Fall In Love, 愛很簡單 (Love is Simple), Angels Brought Me Here, Forever Love, 你是我心内的一首歌 (You’re The Song in My Heart), Feeling So Good, 今天你要嫁给我 (You’re Marrying Me Today)

Songs to Recommend:
Melee’s hit song, Built To Last, contains beautiful lyrics that could be used to convey one’s hopes for an everlasting love.