Wedding DJ Yarra Valley 1993 Most Requested Songs At Weddings
1993 was an excellent year for music producing some of the biggest hit songs that I use at wedding receptions in Melbourne. In this list, there is one song that stands out because it is not a song that you would play at a wedding; however, people seem to request it every now and again.
I have had a couple once ask for the dry ice effect for their first dance and requested that their song will be “Killing In The Name” by Rage Against The Machine.
This wedding first dance stood out, and I remember the guests were surprised as the song started playing. I have also had this song requested several times during weddings while the dance floor is full of people dancing.
Did you know:
Hunters and collectors have released 19 albums over the 20 years they have been playing together as a band. The band even have a tribute album released of all their greatest hits featuring artists such as Neil Finn, Eddie Vedder, Cloud Control, Something For Kate, Birds of Tokyo and The Rubens. The song “Holy Grail” featured in this blog is one of their most known songs and is sung at weddings and in pubs all around Melbourne and Australia.
In 1993 Arrested Development was the first hip hop band to win a Grammy award for Best New Artist. That same year, they also won a Grammy for best rap performance by a duo or group and were named band of the year by the Rolling Stone Magazine.
December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night) – The Four Seasons
Two Princes – Spin Doctors
People Everyday – Arrested Development
Shoop – Salt-N-Pepa
Holy Grail – Hunters & Collectors
Jump Around – House Of Pain
Sweat (A La La La La Long) – Inner Circle
Informer – Snow
Boom! Shake The Room – Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince
Killing In The Name Of – Rage Against The Machine