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Entrance to Curradine Barns

JAM Duo were delighted to be asked to play for a wedding open day at Curradine Barns in Worcestershire on 22 May 2021. A number of couples had booked a time to meet up with the two fabulous wedding planners at Curradine, Laura and Amy.

On arrival we met up with Laura and were showing into the beautiful Ceremony room at Curradine.

The Ceremony Room at Curradine Barns in Worcestershire

As you can see from the picture above, on this occasion we set up at the front of the ceremony room. Sometimes we do perform to one side like that, but often we perform from the back of the room. There are no hard and fast rules. Since we only need a relatively small space of 2m x 2m we can usually fit in anywhere. Today in additon we had our banner behind us.

A Thousand Years

This is one of the most popular songs currently requested for the entrance of the bride. Despite the original song by Christina Perri being released back in 2011 it has always retained huge popularity at weddings.

You can hear our recording of this song on our listen page but below is a short snippet of us playing live. Obviously factor in this was recording on a phone so we appreciate the sound quality might not be amazing! But it gives you an idea of how we sound in these venues.

A snippet of Thousand Years by Christina Perri

If you would like to hear us playing the whole song this is available on soundcloud…..

About Curradine Barns

The focus of your magical day, at Curradine Barns you will find possibly the most elegant barn wedding venue in the West Midlands. Embracing both intimate gatherings and grand parties, the Granary Barn, with its original oak beams and exposed red brick walls, is a truly romantic space to say your vows. Alternatively, a spring or summer wedding date might entice you to marry beneath the Garden Gazebo, with the pretty garden path as your aisle. 

You can find out more about Curradine Barns in Worcestershire by visiting their website.

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