LeLounge! Acoustic Duo
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LeLounge! is a Manchester based acoustic duo of guitar with female and male vocals playing covers of popular songs at hundreds of weddings around the NW
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Type of Performer(s) or Business
Ensemble / Group
Style of Music
Learn New Songs
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Comprising singer Laura-Jayne Hunter and guitarist/singer Dave Carter, LeLounge! is an acoustic duo based in Manchester that has performed at hundreds of weddings as well as public gigs and parties throughout the North West UK. We are available for hire for any event in Cheshire, Derbyshire, Stockport, North Wales, Lancashire, Staffordshire or South Yorkshire. Perfect entertainment for Wedding Breakfasts, Anniversaries, Drinks Receptions, Restaurants and Bars requiring live acoustic music. We perform covers of popular songs ranging from swing, bossa, country and folk to indie, soul, rock and contemporary hits. We can adapt our repertoire on the fly to provide what is most suitable at any time, from subtle background music to audience participation sing alongs and dancing. As well as having a fantastic voice Laura-Jayne Hunter effortlessly interacts with and charms any audience. Party & Wedding DJ Service and PA Add On If you want to dance to louder music later we can provide all the recorded music you'll need, a DJ service, disco, lighting and your own microphone for speeches and announcements. We'll build your ideal playlists in advance and bring thousands of hits to satisfy your guests’ requests on the day. Wedding First Dance or Special Requests Let us know if you would like us to perform a song that isn't in LeLounge's current repertoire. This could be your first dance, or a special song for the occasion. Public Liability and Emergency Cover We have Public Liability Insurance of up to £10million, Our electrical equipment is PAT tested each year. For peace of mind we have deputy musicians (both guitar and vocal) to cover for emergencies. Classical Guitar, Dance Party Duo and Wedding Singer Options Dave and Laura-Jayne can offer three additional live music options to add further variety and sophistication to your event.
Personal Message from the Manager
Name of Wedding Contact: Dave
Congratulations on your engagement! It's probably the first time you've considered booking a musician but don't worry it's really not complicated! We've performed at well over 100 weddings with this duo and with function bands. Have a look at our website and get in touch to clarify if you have any questions. We always want to make sure we can offer exactly what you want - it's your wedding! Dave
Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
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Press & Awards
Press & Awards (2)
Uk Bride Magazine
BBC Radio 6
Accreditations / Associations (2)
ABRSM Grade 8 Classical Guitarist
Musician's Union Members
What is your most memorable wedding?
We had the honour of playing at Michael Owen's Stables in Cheshire (the wedding of one of his relatives). A stunning location where we provided acoustic guitar during the ceremony (to accompany the singing of one of the bridesmaids), classical guitar during the welcome drinks and the four piece band in the evening in an enormous tipi. A Fabulous day!
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Chilled Fun Soulful Interactive
What about your business are you most proud of?
So many things - from the cards and flowers we receive from delighted previous clients to just looking around us and seeing so many people having a great time together. Being a part of a great combination of talented musicians coming together to create the fantastic experience that only live music can produce.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Plan and book EVERYTHING! at least a year in advance. Don't be forced to book second choice venues, entertainers etc. It's amazing how popular specific dates of the year are - get in first!
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
A first dance that was a re-enactment of the twist scene in Pulp Fiction - complete with projected showing of the original film scene behind them!
Describe your typical process with a couple.
It's usually (but not quite always) the bride who contacts us and who we then liaise with to finalise details. We first ask for an enquiry (via our bookings page), then we will liaise via email or phone to agree a price and the services provided. We then send out a booking contract and ask for a 20% deposit to secure our services. At random points prior to the wedding day the couple will contact us to let us know any special recorded music they want in the DJ service (if applicable) and other details. We also make sure we know what the first dance choice is by two months prior to the day. Finally we renew contact in the week leading up to the day to firm up on all the final timings. Balance is due on the day itself or any time before.
What makes a romantic first dance?
Just two people in love surrounded by all their friends and family. It can be fun or romantic - we've seen plenty of both - In particular a mad couple of Man City fans choosing Blue Moon as a surprise (most of the guests were Man City fans too so they all joined in laughing), or a couple who hated the idea of having to do a first dance so started with Everything I Do by Bryan Adams but after 10 seconds asked us to produce a record scratching noise and go in to a Disco Classic with all the guests beckoned on to join them.
What is your number one floor-filler?
We can't tell you - it's our secret weapon and has everyone up at the end of every wedding and singing the tune afterwards. Apart from that we'd say Dancing Queen by Abba or Teenage Dirtbag.
Which band from the past would you most like to have been part of?
What is the soundtrack to your life?
Just one Soundtrack? Ok, probably some amalgum of Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind and Fire, Marvyn Gaye, Diana Ross, Bruno Mars and the Beatles. Actually that would probably sound dreadful!