Joanne & Joshua were married at the very grand Hampton Manor, and we had THE best time with them and their guests!. Another corker of a wedding! How we get to do all the best weddings we’ll never know. A big thank you to our bride and groom, Jo & Josh and family for having us on their special day.
Ashmore Brothers Live Music, Ashmore Acoustics, Live Wedding Music, Wedding duo
So at the weekend we had the pleasure of performing at Steve & Emma’s wedding in the gorgeous village of Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds – we love heading down there as everywhere is such a picture! We performed a special song for their first dance, and we really believe Steve could be our third member with a cracking voice and impeccable fashion style to match! 😉 Thank you so much for having us folks, we loved every minute of partying with you and all your guests! Liam & Matt
Ashmore Brothers Live Music performing at Cotswold Wedding
Amy & Luke were married in the romantic setting of Kenilworth Castle in September 2014, and we had a ball providing entertainment for their evening reception. A wedding of around 50 guests meant their was a very intimate special feel around this wedding and every detail had been carefully thought through. Matt and I were treated to a private tour of the castle by Louise & Matthew from English Heritage whilst guests enjoyed the wedding feast. We have to say both Louise & Matthew were absolutely fantastic! We were so well looked after, we felt like Kings. We would like to thank Amy & Luke for having us on their special day, and wish them all the best for their future together.
Kenilworth castle is the finest surviving example of a semi-royal palace of the later middle ages, significant for its scale, form and quality of workmanship. The castle was the subject of the six-month long Siege of Kenilworth in 1266, believed to be the longest siege in English history, and formed a base for Lancastrian operations in the Wars of the Roses. Kenilworth was also the scene of the removal of Edward II from the English throne, the French insult to Henry V in 1414 (said by John Strecche to have encouraged theAgincourt campaign), and the Earl of Leicester‘s lavish reception of Elizabeth I in 1575.
Kenilworth Castle, evening entertainment