May 24, 2011

Live Band @ Wedding in Singapore

Our Live Band performed at a wedding event in Singapore on the 22nd of May 2011. Casper and Alvin, the bride and groom contacted me a year ago to book our three piece ensemble comprising of the following instrumentalist.
  • Saxophonist
  • Er hu player
  • Keyboardist


This unique instrumental band combination integrates modern and traditional instruments thus creating distinction and color. Forward the video to 2:10 and 3:30 to view footages of the live band performing.

KL based Live Band in Singapore for a wedding eventThe band members posing in front of the RELC International Hotel








The band members at Orchard RoadBridal couple Alvin and Casper









We took an afternoon flight from KL to Singapore on the event day, arrived at the RELC International Hotel at 2:00pm, checked-in then took a 10 minutes walk to Orchard Road to have our lunch. We came back to set-up and did a sound test for our band.

After a nice hot shower at our room at RELC, we came down to the Tang Court restaurant where the wedding was held to stand-by. The bridal couple invited about 200 guests that just nicely fit inside the location.

Jason Geh's wedding live band combining modern and traditional instrumentalists performing at the wedding event in SingaporeThe MC at the wedding








Alvin and Casper during their grand entranceThe wedding guests at Tang Court Restaurant









Here is the flow of events:-

8:00pm - Bridal couple’s entrance, cutting of the wedding cake

8:10pm - Live Band starts performing

8:45pm - Couple’s 2nd entry, champagne pouring, toasting and speech

9:15pm - Live band resume performance

10:00pm - Wedding event conclude

The champagne pouring ceremonyJason Geh, the band manager flanked by newly weds Alvin and Casper









I would like to thank Alvin and Casper for inviting us to perform on their special day and for being such great hosts thus making our journey utterly pleasant and memorable. Cheers!

May 22, 2011

Electric Violin Entertainment @ Ricoh Event KL

Watch this video if you’re looking for an opening gambit performance for your corporate event in KL, Malaysia. This electric violin group consists of three talented lady performers attired in sexy show dresses.



Their 3 to 5 minutes performance is suited for grand opening of events from annual dinners to product launches. Their electric violins are amplified via wireless receivers thus they are free to move about within the performance area without the restriction of cables.

Talented, young, sexy, short tight sequenced dresses, high heels combined with high energy performance are what this act is about!

Electric Violin Ensemble - Profile photoThe Electric Violin performance LIVE at Ricoh's Annual Dinner Event









This violin performance was recorded at the ballroom of Double Tree by Hilton in KL, Malaysia on 21st May 2011 during Ricoh’s Annual Dinner Event.

For further references, visit Jason Geh’s music blog, or contact him directly at 016 2800216.

May 17, 2011

Wedding Jazz Band | Wedding of Sam & Paige | KL Malaysia

Hey guys, Jason Geh here. Today is May the 15th 2011 and it’s Sam and Paige’s wedding reception at Prince Hotel Kuala Lumpur.

The wedding couple contacted me two weeks ago to hire my Jazz Band to perform for their wedding event. I proposed a trio line-up consisting of a female singer accompanied by a saxophonist and myself on the keyboard, packaged with our sound system to amplify the band.



Sam, the groom specified that he wanted a mix of western, chinese and malay songs to be rendered during his special day. Paige, the bride favored more upbeat up-to-date repertoires. They have invited 420 guests comprising of mainly their family members as both have big families; more than a dozen siblings each.

Thus, I have chosen two sets of performance repertoire tailored to the couple’s preferences.

Jason Geh Jazz BandNewly weds Sam and Paige








The bridesmaidThe saxophonist getting ready to usher in the wedding couple during their entrance









The evening started off at 8pm with my saxophonist ushering the entrance of the newly weds. We proceeded with the first session of our performance for the night, directly after the food presentation by the hotel.

The band took a break on the 5th dish for the slide show, followed by the cake cutting and toasting ceremony. Sam then gave a heart warming speech acknowledging her bride, their parents, friends and everyone who have contributed to the success of the wedding.

The chi mui and heng tai’s then gave their versions.

We continued with our second and final set of performance for the night with livelier songs, including Bruno Mar’s “Just the way you are” and current Korean hit song “Nobody”.

Jason's Jazz Band performing during the wedding recptionThe guests at the event








The groom having an intimate toast with his bride










Do leave comments below, I will be happy to hear from you.

For more information on Jazz Band in KL Malaysia, do contact me at 016 2800216 or visit my live band website.

The toasting ceremonyOne of the friend's of the groom making a speech








Family photo taken after the eventThe wedding couple with band manager Jason Geh