Acoustic guitar wedding songs live is serving the Winchester, Virginia area helping to create the perfect setting with wedding ceremony music to begin your new life together.
The song sample presented here is called "Every Good Thing", and was written for a friend's wedding. The message sets an uplifting tone for the rest of the ceremony.
* offering acoustic guitar, in classical and popular styles, and Christian wedding music
* as well as vocal music with guitar accompaniment, reminiscent of the sounds of the late John Denver.
Rest assured that your wedding music will be what you want with Wedding Songs live. My musical selections combine beautifully with the natural ambiance of your Northern Virginia, Winchester wedding.
Imagine it now - the Blue Ridge mountains as the scenic backdrop, for your Winchester wedding, melody and harmony mingling setting an idyllic tone for this special moment. Acoustic Guitar Wedding songs live can be customized to your music choices, especially for those wanting to create lifelong memories.
Let me help you realize your dream. Simplify your Shenandoah Valley wedding ceremony music and planning. One of my unique song packages assures your Winchester Virginia wedding music is a perfect match of excellence and affordability.
Hear Jim play the song "Canon in D". Just click the play button below!
Here's what some of our newlyweds had to say about their acoustic guitar wedding songs live...
"I have always dreamed of a beach wedding. After my engagement, I decided the Sanderling Inn in the Outer Banks was the perfect place to hold the wedding and reception. The ceremony music was a key element in augmenting the mood of the occasion and the acoustic guitar seemed to be the best possible accompaniment. After some research, I discovered Jim Snedeker. He was affordable, had a great selection of music, and was very easy to work with. After the event, I was extremely pleased with my choice. Jim's music provided the perfect accompaniment to my dream wedding!" -- Katie
"Jim has a timeless voice and presence, bridging the generation gap. What makes his music truly remarkable is the seemingly effortless actions as he plays; it obviously springs from a troubadour spirit passed down through the centuries. He was equally gifted in classical and instrumental songs as well as more contemporary melodies. His music is pure and from the heart and will undoubtedly add to your special day as much as he did ours. The memory of it provides inspiration today as we set out on our life’s adventures." -- Tony & Rachel
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The song sample presented here will give you an idea of what a Winchester acoustic guitar wedding music can sound like. The song is called "Every Good Thing", and was written for a friend's wedding. The message sets an uplifting tone for the rest of the ceremony.
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There are some of the names of the couples who've heard Jim play acoustic wedding songs live.
Merchan, Short, Schroder, Bartley, Bartley, Sachleban, Kramer, DePaso, Barnett, Lewis, Peterson, Neilly, Hurd, Brown, Folsom, Manning, Semones, Lamp, Showman, Kinkopf, Kesling, Kessler, Hopler, Ebel, Stopyra, Vhandi.
Mordred in Camelot, Paul in Carnival, Jack Chesney in "Where's Charley?"
Jim Snedeker is a twenty year veteran church musician currently residing in Winchester, VA. His jobs as a church musician have varied from singing, playing acoustic guitar wedding songs live, piano, drums, bass, various brass and keyboards, to midi-sequencing, programming and leading worship. He has served mostly at the local church level in Ohio and Virginia, though has also toured with a contemporary Christian rock band, "Daystar".
His most notable educational accomplishments consist of participating in four summer camp programs at Interlochen National Music Camp, near Traverse City, Michigan, where he studied euphonium, trombone and guitar. Jim earned a bachelor's degree in Music Education from The Ohio State University, where he performed under Donald McGinnis, Paul Droste and Jack Evans. Jim has also studied guitar and performed with John Morgan.
Jim has written or co-written over fifty songs, many from Scripture and still sung by churches around the country. Twelve of these songs became his first solo recording project, entitled "The Best Is Yet To Come". A limited distribution of 300 units were sold out in 18 months.
Jim still consults regularly with worship leaders around the country and has mentored several others who currently lead worship in their home churches.
His website, Church-musician-jobs.com, provides experience and insights helping church musicians improve their heart and their art.