This note is well overdue and I apologize for its lateness but I really must tell you again THANK YOU!! I cannot begin to tell you how incredibly happy we were with the music at our daughter’s wedding. I have gotten more compliments on you and your amazing band. Each one I wish I could tape and send to you. You absolutely felt the vibe in the room and made our wedding an event to remember. I thank you for giving all our guests such a fantastic night of great music. Whether they were dancing on the very, happily, crowed dance floor or just enjoying the music and watching, each of our guest were thoroughly entertained. You and your band were fantastic!
I also don’t know where to begin the thank you for helping my other two daughters pull off that amazing singing toast! WOW!! My husband & I were completely blown away! When the girls told me all you did to help them I was so very touched. You went above and beyond I am truly thankful.
My only regret is that we can’t have a party like that every Saturday!!
Again, my thanks to you and your band….you are all very talented and a pleasure to work with!
Sally & Tom
Last month, The Erik Marshall band had the opportunity to perform for the Bruce Museum’s 27th annual Renaissance Ball. This year’s theme was Into The Woods and guests were treated to an evening of magic and music. The Erik Marshall band performed for over 350 guests in a space transformed into a woodland forest complete with birch trees and butterflies. The Renaissance Ball raises funds necessary for the Bruce Museum’s education programs and science initiatives. For more information about the Bruce Museum and how you can get tickets to next year’s benefit, please visit the Bruce Museum website: https://brucemuseum.org
We can’t thank you and your band enough for your dynamic performance at our wedding! Everyone’s still talking about how great you guys were. – Beyond Talented
Jeannine & Joe
Amazing!! There are no words to describe the Erik Marshall Band. They never stopped playing and their energy is contagious. My guests are still talking about the music. Thank you so, so much.
Essex House March 29, 2014
Hank Lane’s sister company Fusion Lighting will be featured on WeTV’s new show ‘CELEBrations’ with David Tutera. The episode will also feature ‘Jersey Shore’s Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley and airs on WeTV friday August 1st at 8 pm.
“I can’t imagine finding a more perfect band than the Russ Bennett band”
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As a full service entertainment company, Hank Lane Music offers all kinds of “extras” for your wedding or special event. While photo booths have been popular for quite some time, in response to steady demand for them, Hank Lane Music now owns several models and styles. These have improved designs and technical capabilities as well as larger capacities to accomodate more of your guests at at time. We are offering special end of the summer pricing for this year, so if you are still considering adding a photo booth, take advantage of these great savings!
Dear Spencer and Stephanie,
Eleanor and I had our wedding reception Saturday night at the Water’s Edge. As we were standing outside, waiting for the wedding party to be introduced, I heard Frank leading the band in Sam Cooke’s Having A Party, that I know very well from Southside Johnny’s version. I began to smile. It was one of the songs we suggested to you and Frank during our meeting last month. As Ele and I had no idea what should be the intro music, I found Frank’s choice to be very inspiring. That is just one example of many as to why I selected Hank Lane Music. I wanted the best wedding band, and I got it. Spencer, you said things to me during our first meeting and every one of them was delivered. Every song we requested, that to my knowledge was not part of the usual repertoire, was done well. Ele asked me if I thought anyone in the crowd had ever heard of Look At Me, I’m In Love, our first dance. I told her I didn’t think so. But I know the band learned it in the past month and performed it letter perfect. As with all the songs we requested. And all the other songs we didn’t request were done well. Also, during meals when 1 or 2 musicians were in the background, those songs were great. I wasn’t sure about doing a Hora (Ele is catholic and had no idea what that meant). So I didn’t push for one. But mid-affair, my friend who works for Ohio St Hillel asked if we could do it and I said yes. I believe every single person was on the dance floor during that one. Possibly the best Hora music I’ve ever heard performed. And I didn’t fall off of the chair. We were very glad we added the sax player. Especially for that. How could you do a smokin’ hora without a sax? Musically, the evening was a huge success. I would tell anyone, that if you want a band and not have to worry about anything and just be excited about their performance, to make sure they come visit you and see when Frank and his band are available.