Music For Your Event Throughout Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio

Guitar Solo + Ensembles Classical, Jazz, Pop Instrumental, Celtic, and more.

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About Robert McCloy

I am a professional guitarist and musician based in Michigan. My solo offerings feature classical, jazz and pop guitar selections suitable for wedding ceremonies, receptions, corporate, private and community events. A variety of classical, jazz, pop, Celtic/folk ensembles are available showcasing talented violin, saxophone, flute, and mandolin instrumentalists & vocalists, who can join me for your event.

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Call or Contact Robert Today at (517) 203-4477

Outdoor events are my specialty. I use state of the art battery powered amplification that includes provision of wireless lapel microphones for speakers and officiates.

Why choose Robert McCloy?
Your Requests are My Business.

“Robert was very communicative, took suggestions for the event, and came early to work with the minister on hymns for the service. His music was appropriate for the service and beautifully put-together. We would recommend him again.” Read More

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“Even close to a year later, the music is one of the first things that comes up when people talk about our wedding.” Read More

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“Guests complimented the music several times during the evening. We recommend him wholeheartedly and would definitely seek his services again.” Read More

“Robert was wonderful! He played songs I requested at the last minute for the wedding party processional and bridal processional. He also provided the microphone for my officiant, making it less work for me to get that set up!” Read More

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“Wonderful to work with. Always got right back to me when I contacted him with questions. Amazing guitar player. Added the perfect touch for our corporate luncheon. Would definitely recommend him!” Read More

“It really added a unique touch to our celebration. Robert played the many Marian songs that we requested so beautifully. We would love to welcome him back to our church again and again!” Read More