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.

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“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

“I personally found Mr. McCloy to be a consummate professional and very easy with which to work. He was timely and prompt on both email and phone calls, which made it easy to work out the particulars of the event.” 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

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“My guests are STILL telling me how nice the music was! Mr. McCloy was kind enough to accompany my sister's vocal solo also. He graciously practiced with her before the wedding day – and the result was amazing and memorable! He has truly been blessed with a talent!” 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

“Bob researched and played special tunes for us, while friends were being made, and friendships were being renewed. His performance was a perfect addition to our celebration.” Read More