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Private Ceremonies

We have to love supporters and fans that want to include Ann in their private milestones: weddings, commitment ceremonies, and anniversaries.

We're guessing you want to hire Ann because you want her to sing some of her own songs. Every Long Journey, If you Were Mine, No Time Like The Present … That's great! If you want her to sing "covers" (songs written by other people) well … we'll need to talk. Keep in mind, this is ceremony only - not the reception. For booking or more information: annreedmusic@gmail.com.

Event taking place in one of the 48 contiguous states - Fee: $1000-$2000 depending on a variety of factors.

Outside the 48 contiguous states: $1500-$2500 plus travel expenses.

Travel: Planes, trains and automobiles! Yep, you pay to get her there. We will do our best help you determine the best (and hopefully the least expensive) method of transportation.

Extras:
  1. Sound equipment. Most churches have decent sound equipment but if there is a need for Ann to bring her own … you guessed it. It's extra.
  2. Personalized CD: We will manufacture a CD of the songs Ann sings at your ceremony. They make great gifts for your guests! The costs will vary depending on how many songs are on the CD and how many CDs you will need.
Suggested Ann Reed songs: (We know you have your favorites so if you want Ann to sing The Fair at your wedding, just say so.)
All Of My Life Without You
Every Long Journey
Good Friends
I Will Be There For You
If You Were Mine
It Might Happen
Love Like This
Maybe It's You
My Grateful Heart
No Time Like the Present
Northern Star
One More Minute
One Waltz
Pieces Of Dreams
So Glad
Two Trees
Watching Over You

Suggested covers: (Just a few to give you an idea …)
Devoted To You (Everly Brothers)
You've Got A Friend (Carole King; James Taylor)
In My Life (Beatles)
Here, There And Everywhere (Beatles)
Love Is here To Stay (Gershwin)


Absolutely will not sing The Wedding Song by Paul Stookey or Annie's Song by John Denver.