Scruff’s Top 5 – Shultz Wedding

This past weekend I had the opportunity to round off the 2019 wedding season with Samantha and Tyler Shultz at the Willow Creek Golf Course in Le Mars. The venue was set up so beautifully, white linens on the chairs, napkins rolled into fancy shapes on the plates, and each table had it’s own dessert cake as it’s centerpiece. Samantha was dressed in an elegant ivory colored dress and Tyler was decked out in his two piece suit. The looked like a match made in heaven each time they kissed and smiled for friends and family. After a wholesome meal by Center Catering, and speeches that warmed your heart it was time to dance. I played hits from all across the spectrum, from the 50’s to today’s club bangers, country to pop and hip hop. The guests danced some and sang along to the music, but were distracted by the college football playoffs that were on TV. It was quite a bummer for me at first, I hate to play for an empty room, but when you saw the smiles on the faces of the newlyweds enjoying their guests, catching up on old times, and just enjoying the background music it made my sour face turn upside down. Its sometimes hard to remember that the night isn’t about you, it’s not even about the music per say; its about being the missing piece to the perfect night. In this case it was to entertain those who wanted to dance, and have some music in the background. My dance floor might not have been full the whole night, but it was when it needed to be. The smiles and joy on Samantha and Tyler’s face just proved that my job was well done.

  1. Sweet Caroline – Neil Diamond
  2. Thank God i’m A Country Boy – John Denver
  3. Uptown Funk – Bruno Mars
  4. Piano Man – Billy Joel
  5. Shout – The Isley Brothers

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