Live Radio is a WeddingWire Bride's Choice Award Winning band comprised of six of some of New England’s most sought after musicians. These talented professionals, who are also The Knot Best Of Weddings award winners, work in studios composing, producing, playing and singing for commercial projects; they teach all ages bass, drums, guitar, piano, and voice; and they have been performing for weddings, corporate events and clubs not only in the US, but in several countries all over the world for more than 15 years. Enjoying and complimenting each others talents, Live Radio’s love for performance is infectious and their repertoire is endless….it will leave no song unsung and no guest in their seat!
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Live Radio is hands down one of the best band I have ever heard in person. Their repertoire is extensive and the way they blend classic and current songs is really amazing. It is no wonder the dance floor is always jammed when they are playing!
We've had the pleasure of experiencing Live Radio at a handful of Band Showcases through Hank Agency Group. The Live Radio crew is friendly, energetic and incredibly talented!
I can't say enough about this band. They are all truly talented with impecable timing and they have always gone above and beyond the call of duty. During the reception they provide a complete sound system and tasteful lighting. Their ability to read the crowd really shows by the dance floor that is packed! If you love great music and want your guests out dancing and having fun ... Live Radio is the band for you. Many bands just show up and do their set and go home. At our last wedding, their professionalism extended past playing great music to making sure the sound system works for the dinner trio and learning 3 songs in Italian. Who does that? We later learned from the father of the groom, a native Italian, that the songs where the best renditions he has heard. The funny part is that Julie doesn't even speak Italian.