Top 10 Jazz and Swing Band Songs for Weddings

Top 10 Jazz and Swing Band Songs for Weddings

The style of live music you choose for your wedding reception will help to create the atmosphere and set the tone of the proceedings, so it’s vitally important to choose wisely. However, identifying music that both reflects your personality and simultaneously appeals to your guests’ varied tastes can present a bit of a conundrum. So selecting the best from a massive number of jazz songs can be difficult. Songs written in 1920 are still known to be some of the most famous jazz songs. They are creations of famous jazz musicians like Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Freddie Hubbard, Sarah Vaughan, etc. Jazz songs being loved by people during weddings owes to the typical dance steps involving rhythmic tapping of feet. It can also change the mood of a wedding party at a heartbeat.

There are dances to be danced and songs to be romanced and love songs for weddings to be shortlisted. And that is their charm. No wedding can be complete without a select list of popular wedding songs and it should not be either. That’s why this list of top wedding jazz songs comes your way to make your choice easier. Take a vote on the the Top 10 that we’ve compiled, or let us know if you think you’re favourite isnt in there!

Top 10 Best Jazz Songs for Weddings

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Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall In Love) ~ Louis Armstrong They Can’t Take That Away From Me ~ Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong You Do Something To Me ~ Frank Sinatra The Way You Look Tonight ~ Harry Connick, Jr. Time After Time ~Tony Bennett The Way You Look Tonight ~ Frank Sinatra You Stepped Out Of A Dream ~ Sarah Vaughan Your Love Is King ~ Sade All The Way ~ Frank Sinatra Because Of You ~ Tony Bennett Flamenco Sketches ~ Miles Davis Giving You The Best that I’ve Got ~ Anita Baker I’m In The Mood For Love ~ Ella Fitzgerald Come Rain Or Come Shine ~ Bette Midler My Favourite Things ~ John Coltrane Same Ol’ Love ~ Anita Baker L-O-V-E ~ Nat King Cole More ~ Bobby Darrin Sweet Thing ~ Van Morrison