Robert McCloy Blog

Aug 11 It’s been a busy few weeks  July 23: Wedding ceremony @ St. Anne’s Church on Mackinac Island. Solo guitar. In addition to processional/recessional music I provided accompaniment for 2 hymns sung by the guests. Aug 28 – I received this review from Shannon, July 23rd bride today via Wedding Wire – a… Read More

July 16 started with an 11:30 AM wedding at the English Inn, Eaton Rapids Michigan working with Saxophone virtuoso Gary Clavette. Processionals were “Unchained Melody” and “Endless Love”. Recessional was “Keeper of the Stars”. All 3 were special requests learned for that wedding – which is not unusual. In the afternoon/early evening I worked a… Read More

Why choose Robert McCloy?
Your Requests are My Business.

“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

“Aside from the music which has enhanced so many events here, I really appreciate your professional style. Your timely arrival, your flexibility, and your sense of what is appropriate at any given time, are all factors that make it easy for me to rely on you.” Read More

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

“He was very professional, responsive, accommodating and flexible from the time we signed a contract with him, through our wedding day. I'd hire him again in a heartbeat!!” Read More

“Incredibly accommodating, professional and TALENTED group. Good price and they learned all three songs we requested and played them wonderfully. I would book them again in a heartbeat. I’m sad I only get one wedding to have them at!” Read More

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

“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

“We used Mr. McCloy’s services for my Mom’s 95th birthday party, to provide Irish fiddle music for the festivities. He was easy to work with; prompt to respond to communication and questions; His music was enjoyed by all.” Read More