About East Coast Soul

East Coast Soul is more than a band. We are a collective of Boston, New York, and New England's finest musicians.

This is truly a family...

...a boutique collective of elite ensembles, each based on the same core repertoire and performance style, but inspired by the unique energy of their musicians and vocalists.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who We Are: East Coast Soul is a “collective” of full-time, committed, and incredibly talented musicians, organized into a small number of elite ensembles. We also happen to be close friends (yay!). We are very fortunate to have a fixed lineup of permanent musicians in these ensembles that are all indefinitely committed to East Coast Soul. Each ensemble strives to work with consistent players, musical directors, and vocalists. We take our “attendance” at each performance *extremely* seriously, and prioritize continuity in our performances and lineups above all else.
  • What Sets Us Apart: Does ECS seem a little different to you than most wedding bands? If so, you’re pickin’ up what we’re puttin’ down, for sure. We have embraced a slightly different philosophy in our performance style and vibe; one based on authenticity in our musicianship, diversity in our personnel, and a truly empathetic overall approach to working with our clients. All our ensembles feature a consistent repertoire focused on a highly curated repertoire of the *best* classic and contemporary, groove based music ever made. Yes, we are a soul band, but you’d be more accurate to call us “soulful” – we perform music across all genres, and we do it in our style, with grit, funk, and a lot of spicy meat on the bone, if that makes sense, lolz — you’ll recognize all the music we play, but it’ll be the first time you’re hearing it performed this way. That’s our goal, across all ensembles!
  • Who We Are *Not*: East Coast Soul is not an “agency” that “signs” large numbers of ensembles, as is the case with groups like Silver Arrow, Wilson Stevens, Elan Artists, etc. We do not work with the infamous “annual contracts” you may have heard about, that lock in typically young, inexperienced musicians in for a year or two (only to see them disappear shortly thereafter), or fill our lineups ad hoc with a random roster of otherwise unconnected musicians. We’ve heard some horrific, behind-the-scenes stories about how some of these gigs come together in large agencies — enough to make your stomach churn! We have instead chosen to foster close relationships with our players, who in turn commit to East Coast Soul on a full time basis. Because of this, we’re certainly not the largest operation in town in terms of “number of bands” by a long shot, but we feel focusing on a smaller number of ensembles allows us to maintain a truly elite performance caliber across the board.

Also, fun fact: The ensembles are nicknamed after classic Soul/R&B record labels, haha — kind of cheesy, but, we needed a way to refer to them that wasn’t a mouthful, and that’s where we landed 🙂

The first factor in selecting an ensemble will be, of course, availability. In our initial email communication, we would have hopefully (haha) shared with you an accurate list of our available ensembles for your date in particular (worth noting, this is often changing due to booking happen fast and furious for most of the year!)

Beyond the simple issue of availability, selecting an ensemble is truly a personal decision. We recommend first taking a close look at each ensemble’s video library to see which one resonates with you the most.

The most important things we can share re: picking an ensemble are:

  • Except for extremely minor differences, each ensemble works off the same, core repertoire, so all East Coast Soul performances feature the same, highly curated material that’s been a big part of our success.

That said:

  • Music is a personal and subjective experience. With that in mind, different combinations of vocalists and musicians resonate differently with different people. That’s totally cool! We understand that people arrive to East Coast Soul through different channels: referrals, videos, etc. Whatever ensemble you’re leaning towards at the outset, we understand.
  • All our ensembles are highly in-demand, sought after, and elite in caliber. So, no matter what ensemble you’re leaning towards, you are guaranteed an epic performance — it’s truly a win/win/win/win.

Going a bit further, we can say that all of our videos are shot and recorded live (even the ones in the studio!) as opposed to the janky, over-processed “karaoke” style videos you might be encountering elsewhere. So bottom, line, what you’re hearing from each of our ensembles in the videos is in fact what you’ll hear at your wedding. Even though it’s far more involved a process, we’ve made this strategic decision to film all our promotional videos live, simply because we believe in our talent and musicianship, and want to be 100% transparent people about our sound. The “produced” videos you might encounter with other groups are neat (I guess?) but provide no context about what the band will actually sound like live. In fact, we’ve found in many cases those videos have the opposite effect, instilling doubt and making folks nervous due to being obviously “fake”. In our videos, you’re hearing how it actually goes down, live at the gig. This often helps make the decision of picking an ensemble much easier.

 

This is probably the most common question/concern we receive. Let’s jump right in!

  • The Good News: East Coast Soul does in fact work with a permanent line up of elite musicians, all of whom are, essentially, indefinitely committed to East Coast Soul. In asking: “Will our musicians be the same as the ones in your videos”, we are proud to share the fact that we have a full time, permanent membership. We are not a “roster band” that you may have heard of, where young student musicians and singers are “signed” for a year or so, only to relocate soon after. This is a *band* that prides itself on consistency and committedness. We take our relationships with our musicians *and* our attendance at our performances *extremely* seriously, and our musicians consider their presence at all commitments to be of the utmost importance.
  • Quick Reality Check: Although we do work with a permanent membership, it’s important to mention that no band (including East Coast Soul) is completely immune to serious issues such as personal illness/injury, bereavement, or just general “force majeure” type events. We work really hard to stay healthy during a long, demanding performance season, and do our best to work important personal events (like our own weddings, for example) around busy times of year to avoid any issues. In situations where an unforeseen medical or family problem may arise, we have the luxury of a deep network of elite musicians from within our collective that we can draw on to avoid any gaps in the lineup or performance. Personal emergencies are no fun to talk about or think about, but at this point, we feel confident that there is essentially *no* situation, however big or last minute the issue, that would severely impact an East Coast Soul performance. If we have advanced notice of these situations, we are happy to let you know, but barring that preference, you can count on a truly elite East Coast Soul ensemble, regardless of the circumstances.

The bottom line here is, barring something earth-shattering happening to one of our band-members, you can fully expect the band you see today to be at your wedding. We feel confident saying: if you’re concerned about consistency within your wedding band, then East Coast Soul is perhaps the best option around. Although every band in the world is subject to emergency situations, our close network of exceptional talent allows us to be consistent in our lineups, but flexible in the case of unforeseen circumstances. Feel free to ask us additional questions about this, as we find it to be one of the most important issues around the decision of booking any band.

If you’re planning your wedding, 12, 18, or 24 months out, don’t let anyone tell you you’re crazy! Haha — honestly, we find the timeline of wedding planning to be a little nuts ourselves, but it is in fact the way of the world, so we’re with you no matter how far away the date is!

We’re very lucky to have an incredible influx of interest in the band. The reality is that we’re often fielding multiple inquiries for virtually every weekend of “high season”, which for us stretches from April to December. This includes Fridays and Sundays as well. Holy moly.

All that said, our general recommendation is, and this applies to any wedding vendor (not just bands, and not just us!) is: don’t wait. If you like us, but need to talk to some other invested folks (like parents), mull it over, etc, and are waiting until “after the weekend” or “when you’re a little less busy,” don’t! Do it as soon as you can. We know we sound a little paranoid putting it that way, but we’re getting peppered with inquiries at all times, and although we do our best to keep people up to speed on interest that follows their own, it’s virtually impossible to stay totally on top of that. If you’re digging East Coast Soul, let us know as early as possible that you’re seriously considering the band. We’ll give you as much time as possible to go through the motions of course, but bottom line, we have to entertain the most serious inquiries in the order they come in, with a firm verbal commit being a critical part of the confirmation process here.

Just to clarify, this is juxtaposed with our own policy/feeling that we never pressure anyone to book the band before they’re ready, just because we want to work with them/you. What we’re mentioning here is, simply, we may not be available for any given date for very long, so if you’re interested, don’t hesitate. If it’s not the right fit, that is totally and completely okay. However, we’ve seen *countless* people miss out on the ensemble they were seriously interested in, or miss out on all of our bands entirely, simply because they hung back by even a few days, or even a few *hours*. So, while we won’t pressure you to book, outside interest does limit how long you can and should take to think things over. Bottom line, folks should be aware that our availability is changing by the hour, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Hopefully that distinction is clear!

If you are in fact interested, the steps to book the band include the signing of a contract and sending of a deposit. This can be done via snail mail or digitally, and we’ll of course walk you through those steps. Let us know know if you have any questions here!

Configurations

Check out the multiple, flexible ways to get East Coast Soul involved at your wedding

Ten Piece:

Vocalist

Vocalist

Vocalist

Horn

Horn

Horn

Keys

Bass

Drums

Guitar

Nine Piece:

Vocalist

Vocalist

Vocalist or Horn

Horn

Horn

Keys

Bass

Drums

Guitar

Eight Piece:

Vocalist

Vocalist

Vocalist or Horn

Horn

Keys

Bass

Drums

Guitar

Seven Piece:

Vocalist

Vocalist

Horn

Keys

Bass

Drums

Guitar

Frequently Asked Questions

Great question. There’s a few factors that we feel can contribute to the decision of which size ensemble to go with:

  • Your Vision: We think this is the biggest factor. Essentially, when you envision the band at your wedding, what kind of ensemble are you seeing? Is it bigger, with a bunch of horns and vocalists bouncing around, or is it a little smaller to perhaps align with a tighter venue space, smaller guest list, etc? That should be your first litmus test, and generally can provide some initial benchmarks to compare against.
  • Your Budget: We sometimes say that’s it’s not about the money, but it’s not *not* about the money, haha — budget is an unavoidable decision-making factor, and the size of the ensemble is one of the biggest aspects in terms of price. Comparing your budget against our pricing, keeping in mind the potential for travel and ceremony charges and travel, is not a bad idea. Though we can also say, your guests will remember us a lot more than they’ll remember your flowers, lolz
  • Your Guest List (?): We actually find that guest list size isn’t, or doesn’t have to be, a huge factor in terms of ensemble size. We’ve carried out performances for some of our smallest guest counts with some of our largest ensemble configurations (a ten piece ensemble for a 40 person wedding — yep, that happened! Haha). Likewise, some of our largest audiences were juxtaposed with our smaller/smallest configurations (college festival with a smaller budget – 2,500 kids in attendance, and a seven-piece ensemble!). So we generally don’t recommend this be your primary decision-making factor. That said, at the extremes we just mentioned, it can feel a little “top-heavy”, haha — feel free to ask us about this if you have any questions!

Some other information for you to consider:

  • Our eight-piece ensemble tends to be our most utilized ensemble configuration. We find this tends to be a nice sweet spot in terms of space, ensemble size, and budget. The option for three vocalists also allows sharing of lead singer duties, which translates to the need for shorter break(s) — always a good thing. If you’re not sure where to start in terms of band size, start here, and see how things line up for you.
  • We can also book the smaller/smallest ensemble you’re considering right now, and add musicians later. It’s true. If you’re considering the nine or ten piece, for example, we can lock in nine pieces now, let your budget and other decisions take shape, then revisit the idea of adding a musician closer to your date. If you’ve got the bandwidth, great! If not, you know you’ve got a killer ensemble lined up already.
  • All our ensembles sizes kick ass. Don’t worry if your budget or preferences is leading you towards a smaller ensemble size. Nothing is lost in terms of dance-ability, fullness of sound, etc. Each configuration is tried and true, and all have been a part of absolutely epic dance parties. You’re in great hands regardless of the number of musicians, so don’t hesitate to be conservative here. We can always revisit the idea of more players later, and either way, you’ve got an incredible ensemble lined up! The other thing to consider, is that your guests won’t be aware that there was an option between 8, 9, or 10 pieces. All they’ll see upon arrival is a kickass band or probably at *least* seven or eight pieces, which will probably be bigger than most of the bands you’d see out and about anyways!

Great question. We have our most common configuration suggestions listed below:

  • Seven Piece:
    • Two Vocalists
    • One Horn
    • *Four Piece Rhythm Section
  • Eight Piece:
    • Two to Three Vocalists
    • One to Two Horns
    • *Four Piece Rhythm Section
  • Nine Piece:
    • Two to Three Vocalists
    • Two to Three Horns
    • *Four Piece Rhythm Section
  • Ten Piece:
    • Three Vocalists
    • Three Horns
    • *Four Piece Rhythm Section

The ranges here are designed to show that each ensemble can alter its configuration slightly depending on your personal preference. However, it’s important to note that we do firm this up in our potential contract, so there won’t be any grey area once we hit the potential stage of locking things in.

The reason for this: some folks are particularly excited about horns/brass arrangements, while others are particularly excited for vocal harmony, and the energy that multiple singers can bring. All options represent powerhouse configurations that will deliver an epic performance!

*Follow up question: “What is a rhythm section?” In East Coast Soul, we refer to the rhythm section as bass, drums, keys and guitar. In general, we strongly recommend all four of these pieces be in place for any given performance. Bass and drums together represent the foundation of the sound, with keys and guitar working together to fill up the sonic space, play signature parts, support horn lines, etc. Removing one of these is an option in the most extreme situations of limited space, budgets, etc. but is something we recommend against if at all possible.

This is a very common question/concern. However, we’ve found that East Coast Soul is more comfortable squishing larger numbers of musicians into a smaller area that you might think possible. Generally we find the following (rectangular) stage areas are a good place to start the stage plot process, but we are flexible on this:

  • 18 ft2 to 24 ft2 per band member
  • 140 ft2 to 240 ft2 for the whole band

That leaves you with anywhere from 10 ft. by 14 ft.  to 12 ft by 20 ft. area, depending on the ensemble. This is more of a rough guideline, but nonetheless, here’s a rundown of each ensemble’s recommended sizes:

  • 10 Pieces:
    • Minimum: 10 ft. 𝗫 18 ft.
    • Preferred: 12 ft. 𝗫 20 ft.
  • 9 Pieces:
    • Minimum: 10 ft. 𝗫 16 ft.
    • Preferred: 12 ft. 𝗫 18 ft.
  • 7/8 Pieces:
    • Minimum: 10 ft. 𝗫 14 ft.
    • Preferred: 12 ft. 𝗫 16 ft.

Note: the seven and eight piece stage areas are roughly the same, since the presence or lack of an additional horn player or singer won’t change the footprint significantly

Videos

All East Coast Soul videos are shot 100% live featuring real audio from real performances. No karaoke tracks or studio tricks. This is your band.

East Coast Soul: Stax Ensemble – Live (Short Version)


East Coast Soul: Soulsville Ensemble (Live)


East Coast Soul: The King Ensemble (Live)


East Coast Soul: The Atlantic Ensemble (Live)


The Muscle Shoals Ensemble (Live In-Studio)


Testimonials

Our clients say it better than we ever could. Check out our most recent testimonials below.

"I booked East Coast Soul for my wedding without ever seeing them live. My sister was at a wedding and she Facetimed me from it while screaming "THIS WILL BE YOUR WEDDING BAND." I wasn't even engaged at the time, but she was adamant about it. Once I did get engaged, I decided on a short 9 month engagement. I knew bands would book up fast, so I booked them on a whim. There were other people looking at my date so I had to act fast, but I experienced slight fear afterwards that maybe I should have looked around. My wedding was this past weekend and I can be rest assured that there is NO better band than East Coast Soul. I am the first to admit when I am flawed, and I will say I was a pretty annoying bride when it came to the music. I was very nit picky and gave them a ridiculous amount of requests. They treated me like a Queen. Throughout the wedding planning process they were awesome to work with. Sean and Art responded to every e-mail and call extremely promptly and listened to everything I had to say. When it was time for the main event, the band absolutely CRUSHED it. They were so fun, energetic, kind, and insanely talented. I literally had to drag people off of the dance floor. My guests will not stop talking about how awesome the band was. They played all the right songs and really took my requests into consideration to create the perfect setlist for the type of wedding I wanted. The MC was so organized and kept everything flowing smoothly. Timing is huge at a wedding and it was an absolute flawless execution. I could go on for hours. Moral of the story is, East Coast Soul rocks. If you haven't booked them already, what are you waiting for??"

Alexa (Bride)

Farmington, CT
September 2, 2018
"We hired East Coast Soul for our wedding. Fabulous music, great energy. The band obviously just loves to play and it comes through in their performance. They also handled the recorded music for our ceremony and played the piano and saxophone during cocktail hour. They had a flat rate for the whole night and were totally flexible with us when we had last minute changes, which we really appreciated! Art and Sean are so easy to work with and respond very quickly and provide a detailed questionnaire and rundown ahead of time. The saxophonist also did some amazing improv that had everyone clapping during the reception. It’s like getting a show! We highly recommend them!"

Alison (Bride)

Lincoln, MA
August 25, 2018
"There are no words to describe the “awesomeness” that is East Coast Soul! They are a hurricane of energy, talent and great music. They are more than a band, they are vibrant performers that are able to sense the tone of the room and play exactly what’s needed every moment of your wedding. By the end of the night, the members of ECS were our friends that were seamlessly part of our wedding! They brought everyone to the dance floor…I mean EVERYONE and played songs that were loved by all generations present. Throughout the course of the night I had multiple people tell me it was the best wedding band they had ever seen and were so happy to be part of the experience. ECS were great to work with throughout the entire process and they travelled all the way to Vermont for our wedding. They were super organized and helpful and even went so far as to learn a song that my father wrote for our dance together! I have never seen my dad so touched and overjoyed. If there is any debate in your mind between getting a DJ or getting a band, do yourself a favor…stop worrying, and hire these guys! They are worth it and will not disappoint. East Coast Soul is one of the reasons our wedding was a hit! They brought the love, energy and life to our party. "

Allyson (Bride)

Waitsfield, VT
July 2, 2017
"East Coast Soul was one of the BEST decisions we made for our wedding day. They had practically everyone on the dance floor including our so called “non-dancers” at the wedding. Their energy was unbelievable and we cannot recommend them highly enough. A special thank you to ECS who went out of their way to help us play a small video at our wedding as a way of remembering my husband's mom. "

Amanda (Bride)

Boston, MA
June 12, 2016
"So good!!! These guys are so f*king good. Honestly, they absolutely killed it - our guests are still talking about how great the band was. They are responsible and responsive in the planning phase, they are very talented musicians, and they know how to party."

Andrea (Bride)

Center Lovell, ME
August 25, 2019
"HIRE THIS BAND! I planned my wedding date around their availability, and boy was it worth it. From the beginning, the band's managers were very open to my thoughts and needs, and were very willing to negotiate. I got an 8-piece band featuring Giang, Dan, and Sophia, and they traveled up to Vermont for a very reasonable price. And what a show! I danced probably every single song with an enormous grin on my face. My guests were dancing right in front of the band like groupies at their favorite band's concert. I received compliments all night on how amazing they were. Not only are these top-notch musicians (we had many professional musicians at the wedding who will emphatically say the same), but they also are top-notch performers -- their enthusiasm really got the party started and the band danced and danced all night. Many of my guests (including me) were trying to think of future events they can plan where they can feature East Coast Soul. Truly -- they made my wedding amazing. My husband and I can't stop grinning when we think of great songs they played or how they introduced "This is How We Do It." So hire this band. You'll love them. In the words of Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson, "don't believe me just watch." "

Anna (Bride)

Bristol, VT
August 22, 2015

East Coast Soul: Stax Ensemble – Live @ Bates College


East Coast Soul: the Soulsville Ensemble (Live In-Studio)


East Coast Soul: The King Ensemble (After Party — Live!)


East Coast Soul: The Atlantic Ensemble (Live-In Studio)


The Latest!

Check out some of the latest East Coast Soul performances

Featured Wedding

Whale's Watch Estate

September 15th, 2018

Ensemble: King Pieces: Eight Piece
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West Dennis Yacht Club in West Dennis, MA

September 21st, 2019

An unbelievable September wedding at the West Dennis Yacht Club in West Dennis, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble blew the roof off the place!


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Elm Bank in Wellesley, MA

September 7th, 2019

A beautiful September wedding at the Elm Bank in Wellesley, MA where East Coast Soul's Atlantic ensemble just crushed it!


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The Coonamessett in Falmouth, MA

August 24th, 2019

An absolutely beautiful August Wedding at the The Coonamessett in Falmouth, MA where East Coast Soul had the guests screaming for an encore!


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Private Residence in Bolton, MA

August 3rd, 2019

A stunning August wedding at the Private Residence in Bolton, MA where East Coast Soul's Soulsville ensemble had the guests screaming for an encore!


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Willowdale Estate in Ipswich, MA

July 6th, 2019

An absolutely amazing July wedding at the Willowdale Estate in Ipswich, MA where East Coast Soul's Soulsville ensemble had the guests screaming for an encore!


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The Mount in Lenox, MA

June 29th, 2019

An unreal June wedding at the The Mount in Lenox, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble just crushed it!


An unbelievable June wedding at the Granite Links Golf Club in Quincy, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble laid down an unforgettable performance!


A breathtaking May wedding at the InterContinental Boston in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble just crushed it!


A stunning November wedding at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble definitely made some new best friends!


A breathtaking October wedding at the Chequessett Yacht & Country Club in Wellfleet, MA where East Coast Soul's Soulsville ensemble had a night to remember!


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Private Residence in Mattapoisett, MA

August 25th, 2018

A charming August wedding at the Private Residence in Mattapoisett, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble had a funky good time that won't soon be forgotten!


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Elm Bank in Wellesley, MA

August 18th, 2018

A lovely August wedding at the Elm Bank in Wellesley, MA where East Coast Soul's Soulsville ensemble left everything out on the dance floor!


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Willowdale Estate in Topsfield, MA

August 18th, 2018

A charming August wedding at the Willowdale Estate in Topsfield, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble had a kickass night of music!


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The Liberty Hotel in Boston, MA

June 9th, 2018

An unreal June wedding at the The Liberty Hotel in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble left everything out on the dance floor!


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Thompson Island in Boston, MA

June 2nd, 2018

A beautiful June wedding at the Thompson Island in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble had a kickass night of music!


A beautiful May wedding at the Willowbend Country Club in Mashpee, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble brought the house down!


A breathtaking December wedding at the Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble left everything out on the dance floor!


An inspiring November wedding at the State Room: A Longwood Venue in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble had an amazing time!


A beautiful October wedding at the Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm in Newbury, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble had a kickass night of music!


An unbelievable June wedding at the Castle Hill on the Crane Estate in Ipswich, MA where East Coast Soul's Soulsville ensemble left everything out on the dance floor!


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Willowdale Estate in Ipswich, MA

March 13th, 2017

A beautiful March wedding at the Willowdale Estate in Ipswich, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble had an amazing time!


A lovely December wedding at the Courtyard by Marriott Boston Downtown in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble left everything out on the dance floor!


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Gedney Farm in New Marlborough, MA

November 5th, 2016

A stunning November wedding at the Gedney Farm in New Marlborough, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble brought the house down!


An amazing September wedding at the Duxbury Bay Maritime School in Duxbury, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble brought the house down!


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Loring Greenough House in Boston, MA

September 10th, 2016

An exquisite September wedding at the Loring Greenough House in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble had a night to remember!


An incredible August wedding at the Cuttyhunk Fishing Club in Cuttyhunk Island, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble just crushed it!


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Private Residence in Williamstown, MA

September 19th, 2015

An inspiring September wedding at the Private Residence in Williamstown, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble left everything out on the dance floor!


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The Pelham House

August 15th, 2015

An unreal August wedding at the The Pelham House where East Coast Soul's Daptone ensemble had a funky good time that won't soon be forgotten!


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Alden Castle in Brookline, MA

April 25th, 2015

A lovely April wedding at the Alden Castle in Brookline, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble brought the house down!


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Taj Boston in Boston, MA

June 28th, 2013

A lovely June wedding at the Taj Boston in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble brought the house down!


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Harvard Club of Boston in Boston, MA

December 8th, 2012

An incredible December wedding at the Harvard Club of Boston in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble brought the house down!


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Artists For Humanity in Boston, MA

November 17th, 2012

An amazing November wedding at the Artists For Humanity in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble left everything out on the dance floor!


A beautiful May wedding at the Exchange Conference Center in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble had an amazing time!


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Boston Public Library in Boston, MA

April 21st, 2012

An unbelievable April wedding at the Boston Public Library in Boston, MA where East Coast Soul's Stax ensemble left everything out on the dance floor!


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Oyster Harbors Club in Osterville, MA

December 18th, 2010

An unforgettable, mid-December Oyster Harbors Club wedding on Cape Cod that will forever be remembered as one of East Coast Soul's favorite performances.


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Taj Boston in Boston, MA

July 17th, 2010

East Coast Soul performed at a stunning mid-Summer Taj Hotel Wedding in the band's home of Boston MA for two friends of East Coast Soul, Kornelia and Torben


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Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, MA

June 19th, 2010

East Coast Soul was invited to perform at a Hawthorne Hotel Weddingin Salem, MA for the beautiful reception of Jake and Julie in June of 2010.


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We'd love to chat with you about your plans!