The Late Movies: and the Bride on Drums
When you plan and prepare your wedding, get yourself a pair of drumsticks and make sure your dress will fit behind a trap set. It's more and more common for the blushing bride to sit in and provide the beat for the reception.
Suzanne Morrisette performed at her own wedding reception in 2010. Her new husband, Bobby Cruz, was on the keyboard.
Mary gives a surprise drum performance on "You Shook Me (All Night Long)" for her new husband.
Michelle dedicated the song to her groom Alex, then performed with the Private Stock Band.
Jennifer Weidner Scribner
Jennifer sits in with the Alex Donner Band at her wedding in 2007.
Neither the band nor the bride were identified at this wedding party, but it happened in Kansas City.
Gemma looks good performing for her wedding guests, but the sound recording is so overmodulated that we cannot enjoy it the way they did.
Twist and Shout
Too bad there is no information on this bride, because she rocks!
Make Me Smile
The bride takes the drums for a performance of the Chicago song "Make Me Smile." The groom is playing trombone.
This unnamed young lady plays in a steel drum band, so it is only natural for her to play with them at her wedding in 2011.
Mother of the Bride
This time, it's the bride's mother on drums for "Play That Funky Music."