Nottingham wedding singer

Your wedding is probably the most important day of your life, and the entertainment plays a big part in making it a day that is talked about well after the big occasion.

There are lots of different choices for your entertainment, from DJ’s, Groups and Solo singers. One of the most popular choices among brides and grooms is Jazz singers, whether solo or with a band, they offer Swing /Rat Pack, modern, and retro.

Nottingham wedding singer Campbell Bass not only performs solo, but also with his band playing at weddings across the country, even crossing the border into Scotland.  Campbell has recently recorded the number one first dance song All Of Me originally recorded by John Legend.

The first dance is one of the most popular wedding traditions and the chosen song will be one that you remember for years to come; selecting a song/music for that special first dance as man and wife or civil partner, the song has to be to important and so special to both of you.

Although it can be a daunting prospect taking to the dance floor with all eyes upon you and an abundance of camera flashes, it will be something that will stay in your memories for years to come.

The top five trending first dance songs are:

1 All Of Me – John Legend

2 Make You Feel My Love – Adel

3 At Last- Etta James

4 Close Your Eyes – Michael Buble

5 Let There Be Love – Nat King Cole

As with all of his repertoire,  Nottingham wedding singer Campbell has put his own unique stamp on this very popular song, which he has been asked to perform many times for brides and grooms across the country. If you would like to hear more from Campbell Bass please visit the audio page, and to read what previous clients have to say just visit the testimonials page.

Whatever Your Requirements We would love to hear from you, for more information contact Campbell on Tel 07815 179275 Email

‘I Will Love You Tomorrow’ is an original song written by A. Bass and T. Foster that tells a story of distant love about child hood friends who grew up together, but one never new how the other felt.