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.

“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

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

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

“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

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

“They went the extra mile and learned two songs for our father-bride and mother-groom dances. Could not recommend them more highly.” Read More

“Mr. McCloy did an outstanding job. He represented himself with a down to earth professionalism that was well received by the public. I would highly recommend him and look forward to having him perform for us again.” Read More

“I wished I could have them play for me all of the time! Every single guest commented to me on how fabulous they were. There were many age groups at our party from 2 to 82. They played a great mix of music that entertained, and kept the interest of everyone.” Read More