Father of the Bride

The Hidden Music 1
While searching Craigslist, I stumbled on something I just had to repost here.

I am a keyboard working musician, (jazz, swing, oldies, cocktail music, church pipe organist) who has a daughter getting married in June at the Music Ranch in Lakeland. I want to swap my music services in exchange for a instrumentalist (small band?) to play some ceremony and reception music. Being father of the bride, I cannot provide my own music. See my web page for info about me. Anyone interested? All terms considered. Bride and groom prefer country music.

He needs someone Saturday, June 30th. Are there any Lakeland musicians looking for a services swap? I really hope he finds someone that can help him. Weddings are stressful. When I talk to my daughters, I often drop hints that nothing beats a small intimate wedding.

The Hidden Music 1 CC by Marty Coleman

4 thoughts on “Father of the Bride

  1. Can’t help you, but thanks for using my photo. I appreciate that you obviously liked it enough to use it!
    Marty

  2. Can’t help you, but thanks for using my photo. I appreciate that you obviously liked it enough to use it!
    Marty

  3. Thank you for taking it. I really appreciate photographers that release some or all of their work under CC. It gives me a chance to showcase photographs and photographers that I like. The hope is someone might discover an artist they would have missed.

    That said, I’m trowing in a plug for Marty Coleman’s photographs. Look though his flickr portfolio and you’ll probably say the same thing I did: “Wow.” I especially liked his collage work and his B&W portraits.

  4. Thank you for taking it. I really appreciate photographers that release some or all of their work under CC. It gives me a chance to showcase photographs and photographers that I like. The hope is someone might discover an artist they would have missed.

    That said, I’m trowing in a plug for Marty Coleman’s photographs. Look though his flickr portfolio and you’ll probably say the same thing I did: “Wow.” I especially liked his collage work and his B&W portraits.

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