We just celebrated our wedding and had Word of Mouth perform at our reception. We were absolutely amazed and impressed by their talent. Even though we were unable to meet with the band prior to the wedding it accomodated every request we had. Dave was extremely professional and the band learned every song we asked to have played outside of the band's song list. The music kept the party lively and all of our friends and family enjoyed dancing. We highly recommend the band for any occasion and cannot express how thankful we are to them for playing our wedding and making it such an enjoyable night.
RECENT TESTIMONIALS: "Where do we begin, to tell the story of how great a band can be? Starting at the beginning of the alphabet, let's go with AWESOME! From start to finish. . . from our first contact to the final chord of the evening. . . Word Of Mouth rocked in every way. The professionalism and talent from Dave and all the band members is probably unparalleled in the world of wedding bands. From our first meeting where Dave immediately knew exactly what kind of affair we were trying to put on, through the planning process where he created a timeline that laid out a perfect "script" for the event, to the flawlessly classy execution of that plan, we knew that Dave and the band had everything well in hand and we never had to worry about "what's next." With all our solos, special presentations and the Flash Mob, this was particularly important and I don't think it all would have played out as effectively as it did in less capable hands. As to the music — Word Of Mouth has it all! There wasn't a single demographic group at the wedding who didn't rave about the band — the song choices, the performances and just the pro quality of the sound that was laid down during the evening. I wouldn't be surprised if the front desk got calls from guests in the rooms below the ballroom complaining when the band stopped! I can only add how appropriate the music was during the ceremony and how wickedly cool and swingin' the jazz band was during cocktail hour. So, it probably goes without saying that we would whole-heartedly recommend Word Of Mouth to anybody for any occasion. We can't wait until we have the chance to hire them again ourselves. On a scale of 1 to 10, Word Of Mouth is a solid 11!" Art & Bari Verity (Sept. 2011)
"We thought you guys were awesome – the crowd LOVED you! Some of your songs sounded exactly like the original artist. You guys were great to work with – everything I look for in a vendor, from responsive (I think you called me back within 20 minutes of my first call), to flexible (learning our songs and working with our stage set up) to friendly and professional. I was looking all over for the perfect band and it's very hard to stay within a budget if you want live music. However, I was so happy to find your group not only affordable, but also top notch. The performance was amazing. Everyone was saying that it was the most fun they'd ever had at a wedding, and let's be honest, it was all about the music! People who I didn't know danced were pulling out moves left and right. It was also great how you let our flower girl sing – she was THRILLED. All in all, we had a wonderful reception! I've already given out your contact info to people begging to know who the band was. Thanks again!!" - Leslie & Jordan Lopez (July 2010)
"I was trying to think of the best way to express my thoughts on Word of Mouth…and the only word I can think of is 'PERFECT'. You have been PHENOMENAL since day 1. So flexible, accomodating, thoughtful, thorough, and that was just our pre-wedding experience. Your band truly made the wedding a hit with all our family and friends. Just like I read in the other reviews on your website, we keep getting comments and feedback from our guests on how great you guys were! From the musicians, to the singers, the announcements – everything was off-the-charts exciting yet still professional. We truly appreciate all the effort you put into our day – and I will be referring you to EVERYONE!" - Katherine & Michael Rosenberg (Feb. 2010)