There's a lot that can go wrong when planning a wedding, so the live music should be the last thing the couple has to worry about. However, if you're the musician gigging at a wedding, it is your temporary raison d’etre and you owe it to your clients to be as professionally equipped as possible. Besides the wedding party and the officiant, the musicians are the most visible and involved people in the proceedings of the ceremony. You have to showcase your talent and musicianship while at the same time tailoring the music to fit the timing of proceedings. You must perform in an unusual space, and sometimes sight-read with musicians with whom you've never worked before. And you have to account for the weather and last minute changes. Luckily, having the right accessories can help you avoid minor and major embarrassments at your next wedding gig. Below are some music accessories (and tips) that are, simply put, essential to having a successful wedding season.
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