GeO Gospel Choir are making (sound) waves in the wedding industry

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Jackson 5. The Bee Gees. The Carpenters. When it comes to music, there’s nothing quite like keeping it in the family – maybe that’s why we’re being treated to a Jonas Brothers reunion in 2019? Whatever the reason, we’re here for it.

GeO Gospel Choir know that combining good genes and sick beats always goes down well, and now they want to bring some of that musical magic to your wedding day. Formed of three siblings, the outfit specialises in a mix of old-school gospel, as well as a selection of modern classics. That means you can get your guests grooving to an upbeat arrangement of ‘Oh Happy Day’ before slowing down the mood with a peaceful rendition of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Perfect’. Sounds pretty, well, perfect.

On the day, GeO can provide anything from a four-piece to an eight-piece gospel choir, and with its new and limited-time ‘exclusive’ package, the choir could take care of your whole daytime entertainment. They will sing four numbers during the ceremony itself, and then another fifteen at the drinks reception.

GeO Gospel Choir might have only launched in March last year but they’re already making (sound) waves in the industry, having performed at numerous weddings; they even made an appearance at last month’s Scottish Wedding Show.

Looking for some unique tracks to match your bespoke celebration? GeO could be the one for you, as they give couples the chance to request that they learn a song or two for the big day. Nickelback’s ‘How You Remind Me’, anyone?

There’s also the option for additional add-ons including a piano player, secret singers and even a beat boxer – we don’t know about you, but we personally don’t think any wedding is complete without a little mouth percussion.

Convinced? You’re preaching to the (gospel) choir. We reckon this lot are destined for big things.

For more information, you can check out GeO’s website or their Facebook and Instagram pages.

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