Wedding Music Styles
Everybody has their own wedding music style and taste. The happy couple may each have their own taste in music or share the same love for the same music genre. But then there’s Aunt Betty who loves dancing to the Nut Bush, friends who love their dance tunes, and younger cousins who all want to hear the latest hits. It’s hard to pick the right music for your wedding day!
That’s where Matt Jefferies Entertainment is here to assist you when choosing the right music combinations for your wedding day.
Take a look below at all the different styles of music and the most popular genres and songs.
Music Styles for your Wedding
1999 is a good year for hit songs with many of these being played at wedding receptions all over Melbourne. The standout song in this list that gets played at almost every wedding is “Man I Feel Like a Woman” by Shania Twain. This hit gets all the ladies up and on to the dance floor singing and dancing.
1998 is a big year for music hit songs, and this top 10 was a hard one to decide on because there are so many requested songs from this year, but I included the ones that get requested on a regular basis. To be honest, there is not a standout song in this list as all songs in this list are excellent dance floor fillers.
Wedding DJ Melbourne 1997 Most requested songs blog is a list with video clips of the top ten songs I get asked to play at a Melbourne wedding reception. In fact, 1997 is a year full of songs that are very popular and really easy for your guests on the dance floor to sing out loud.
Wedding Entertainment Melbourne 1996 Most Requested Songs 1996 was a year of pretty big hit songs for wedding receptions, but I would have to say that the number one most requested song in our 1996 Most requested songs blog is "Macarena" by Los Del Rio. This song is...
The year 1995 was a big year for R&B music worldwide, and I see a lot of hit singles from this year being requested at weddings around Melbourne. R&B a.k.a. Rhythm and Blues is a kind of pop music with a soulful vocal style, and more popular at Asian weddings.
When it comes to picking the right Wedding DJ for your reception, you should be asking your DJ a few simple questions about what music styles and songs get played.
1993 was an excellent year for music producing some of the biggest hit songs that I use at wedding receptions in Melbourne.
This blog is home to some of the all-time favourite songs that I play at weddings which were released in 1992. “Life is a Highway” by Tom Cochrane, “The Best Things In Life Are Free” by Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson, “Tequila” by A.L.T.; “Lost Civilization” and “To Be with you” by Mr. Big are all classic songs
I have created a list of the most popular 1991 song requests I received at a wedding reception. The theme to this blog is hit singles from the 1991’s and this year was a massive year for hits.