Based: Rhondda Cynon Taff, South Wales

Areas covered: South Wales, West Wales, Mid Wales, North Wales, South West England, The Midlands, London, South East England.

Josh is a solo guitar player able to play for your wedding ceremony and/or wedding reception, creating and distinguishing those sounds you will hear on your special day.

Whatever music the bride and groom request, they'll get. From contemporary classics arranged for guitar like Bruno Mars and Jason Mraz to more classic pop including The Beatles and Stevie Wonder. Traditionally associated wedding pieces such as "Canon in D Major" and "Here Comes The Bride" are classical compositions you are sure to hear on the day. Josh offers a vast array of song choices and can also tailor the wedding music directly for you, by arranging songs you want to hear on your wedding day.

Available to play both inside and outside, along as there's shelter protection for electricals in an outside setting.


1 x Armless chair

1 x Plug socket

2x1 metre space (well-lit)


Starting from £95, Monday-Thursday and from £110, Friday to Sunday:

  • 1 hour - Guest arrivals, wedding ceremony up to recession.

  • 2 hours - All of above with additional music during photography session, drinks reception or wedding breakfast. (Includes 10 minute break)

  • 3 hours - Everything. Music from breakfast, right through to the reception... or whatever you may wish to request. (Includes 25 minute break)

During rest breaks, the music will never stop. For more information please use the contact options.

Travel Expenses - first 20 miles free, 45p per mile thereafter.

Use the form below for wedding enquiries - 

Name *
Date of ceremony
Date of ceremony
Check the songs you would definitely like to be heard on the day. For special requests please use the comments box below.
Ensure you state what the bride would like to walk down the aisle to, the processional (bridal walk) song choices and the immediate recessional song choices. Every other song you choose will be played whilst seating guests.