The Space Rockers | Sandra & Zach's Wedding | The Bell Tower on 34th
Congratulations to Zach and Sandra who got married at The Bell Tower on 34th on Friday, November 17, 2017. This awesome charismatic couple hired Houston wedding band, The Space Rockers to perform their one-of-a-kind wedding. Cord Stone at Stargazer Productions had a great time talking with them in them months before the wedding during special dance song selection, set list songs choice selections, and all the special details in the timeline. They are a delightful couple and their personalities really shine.
The band, dressed in The Space Rockers' themed attire, lent an air of playfulness and unique fun to the reception. Guests of all ages danced the night away to the eclectic and energetic Houston wedding band, performing top-40 dance, hip-hop and 80’s and 90’s hits, as the lovely bride and groom illuminated the center of the dance floor. The uniqueness of the Houston wedding band made Sandra and Zach's wedding unforgettable to all that attended.
The newlyweds danced to Die a Happy Man by Thomas Rhett followed by the Mother - Son dance to Stand by Me by Ben E King and the Father-Daughter dance to Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison. After the special dances, The Space Rockers supercharged the party, getting everyone up dancing and having a great time. The band brought Sandra up on stage to make a sweet special announcement to Zach and her guests; it was a moving moment.
Check out the sweet, good time-dance moves of the groom rockin' out to The Space Rockers version of Run DMC's, It's Tricky!
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On behalf of Stargazer Productions and The ULTIMATE Party Band, The Space Rockers, we sincerely wish you both all the happiness in the world! Thank you for having us help make these special memories.
Thank you to The Bell Tower on 34th
By Dedra Weiss