The ground breaking duo that adds the WOW FACTOR to weddings like no other! Amplify the pulse of your dance floor and leave your guests talking for years to come.
With a blatant disregard for musical limitation, this genre busting DJ/Drummer duo ignites events with a high energy, musical showcase of creativity, technical skill, and the ability to take a party from zero to one-Hundred, real quick.
"He helped us create a personal, romantic, and fun ambiance for our guests, and even took the time to learn a special song for our ceremony."- Lauren 9.21.13
"We had AJ sing our first dance and he was able to learn the song quickly sounded INCREDIBLE. It made that special moment so memorable and personal. We would choose him over and over again." - Paula 9.17.16
With velvety, pitch-perfect vocals and a rich acoustic tone, AJ has become the premier choice for newlyweds across New England who are looking for a live acoustic performance to call their own. AJ will work with you to choose the perfect soundtrack to your ceremony, cocktail hour, or rehearsal/reception dinner with an extensive covers repertoire that ranges from Frank Sinatra to Ed Sheeran.
The Gentleman Outfit
"The term “gentlemen” should be taken quite literally, Jesse and Jim interact with the audience with a kind, welcoming spirit that is sure to make even the worst curmudgeon smile and sing along."- KLYAM (music blog)
Add a unique, modern twist to your cocktail hour music. After all, this is the first impression on your special day.
The Gentleman Outfit endeavors to bridge the gap between today's popular music and the pure acoustic roots of rock and roll. The group consists of American Idol's Jesse McCullagh, and Jim LeSuer. A strong foundation of vocal harmony, coupled with the simple marriage of a guitar and a djembe, makes for a unique sound that spans several genres and generations.
"As founders of one of the country’s premiere orchestras for 17 years, Peter and John have worked with internationally-known artists and produced performances that the Boston Globe called “gorgeous”, ”sublime” and “ecstatically right."