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I have updated the music samples page with clips from 1000 Years and Tum Hi Ho.

Tum Hi Ho is also available to buy Here.

There are also links to some new video clips on the YouTube channel  Here.

Thanks for looking.

 

Dave

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I have just uploaded a new video medley to You Tube,  from the Wedding Fayre at Lakeside Park Hotel on the 18th of February 2018.

Let me know what you think please.

Lakeside Park Hotel Video

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There will be 50 stands for you to come and have a look at and talk to.  I will be one of them and would love to chat to you about the music for your special day.

I can play for the Ceremony. Drinks receptions, Wedding Breakfast or almost anything else you can think of.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Ps the Botanical Gardens does a lovely slice of cake to go with your Coffee!

 

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I am pleased to announce that my latest track Tum Hi Ho has hit cdbaby to purchase, and Spotify. It will also be available on iTunes shortly.

“Tum Hi Ho” (“You are the one”) is a song from the Indian movie Aashiqui 2, sung by Arijit Singh and composed by Mithoon.

I play Soprano and Tenor sax on this Bollywood hit.  It’s one of my favourites to play as it has a beautiful melody line that will around for a long time to come.

i hope that you enjoy it, let me know what you think.

 

best wishes and I hope that you enjoy it.

thanks

 

Dave

 

Dave Plummer on CdBaby.

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On Saturday last Folk Foundasian played at a wedding in Derby at a Venue called the Roundhouse.  This is a very old building with a fascinating history.  It was were locomotives were brought to be repaired and turned around to go in different directions.

They have kept a lot of the old features in place which gives a great ambiance to the venue.

Hiten provided music for the ceremony and the drinks reception during the day, and Trush and I joined him for the evening Wedding meal.

A mixture of Bollywood and Indian folk tunes plus western jazz pop and funk was the order of the day musically, and we had great fun playing it for everyone and loads of positive comments and enquiries for future musical events.

 

Roundhouse setup

 

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bosworthThis Sunday. the 23rd of April 2017 I am exhibiting at the Bpsworth Hall Hotel and Spa Wedding Fair.

If you are looking for ideas for your wedding music, why not come along for a listen and a chat about what I can do to help.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Best wishes

Dave

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Yesterday was a lovely day for a Wedding,  and Leanne and Marc had theirs at Goosedale in Nottingham. The weather was good and everyone seemed to have a good time.

I was asked to play for both the ceremony and drinks reception yesterday, including tunes that are special to the bride and groom.  I especially liked the slower version of ‘Ain’t Nobody’ by Jasmine Thompson and will using that one on a regular basis.

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‘Goosedale is an old farm that has had its barn converted to hold weddings and events along with other rooms.’

Thanks for asking me to be part of your big day Leanne and Marc and best wishes for your future together

Dave

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Sunday the 27th Of November was the inaugral Wedding Fayre at Barton Court in the beautiful county of Herefordshire.

It was a bright and chilly morning as all the suppliers started to arrive and James and Linda, the new owners, showed us around their beautiful house before we set up.

There was loads of choice for all of the prospective brides and groom to look at and listen too, with a singing Duo, a covers band, a classical guitarist and myself playing saxophone.

We were all in different parts of the house so no one interupted anyone else, and we all had a great day speaking to couples about what they would like for their wedding day.

This is a lovely quirky venue to consider for your wedding, with very accomdating owners to help you make the best of your special day.

All you need now is a saxophonist to provide the musical ambience to make it perfect?

The Stables Bar, Barton Court.

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http://www.bartoncourtonline.co.uk/

 

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This is the Donington Manor Hotel, Castle Donington, where Lisa and Stuart held their Drinks Reception, Photos and Wedding breakfast.

One of the things I love about playing at Weddings is when the Bride and Groom ask me to play a tune that I have never heard of, but when you listen and learn it, it becomes an instant favourite.

This was the case with Lisa and Stuart.  The song is ‘The Last Night of the World’ and comes from the ‘Miss Saigon’ Musical.  Its a beautiful melody that sits very nicely on the Soprano Saxophone.  Lisa and Stuart both said that they were so glad that they asked me to play it as it ‘Made their day’ and it was worth my fee just for that one song.

Well Lisa and Stuart, I would like to wish you all the best for the future and thank you for asking me to be part of your big day and also a big thank you for introducing me to your favourite song.

The Hotel is very nice and the staff are helpful and friendly too.

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Last Friday was the start of a packed musical weekend with a wedding ceremony and drinks reception at the very splendid Sopwell House hotel at St Albans.

Kami and Charaka asked me to play for their ceremony which is always a privilege. Kami came down the aisle to Van Morrisons ‘Brown Eyed Girl’ and they both went up the aisle to Stevie Wonders ‘Signed, Sealed and Delivered’.

Afterwards,  everyone joined the Bride and Groom for photographs and canopes and drinks in the lovely grounds with background music provided by yours truly. 

Sopwell House Ceremony Suite 

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