A Day to Remember: Music for your Beach Wedding
O'Neill Brothers release new collection of tropical wedding tunes to help brides and grooms plan their destination ceremony
NEW PRAGUE, MN (March 6, 2006) - Meant to evoke the feeling of sand between your toes and a breathtaking sunset over your shoulder, the latest wedding CD from pianists Tim and Ryan O'Neill captures the emotions and mood of a destination ceremony and reception. A Day to Remember: Music for your Beach Wedding is the third release in The O'Neill Brothers' A Day to Remember collection, all carefully crafted to provide brides and grooms with favorite - and soon to be favorite - songs for every aspect of their wedding day.
From light and tropical versions of traditional wedding standards such as Canon in D and Mendelssohn's Wedding March to new classics including The Road that Never Ends and Bless the Broken Road, A Day to Remember: Music for your Beach Wedding features 14 unforgettable tunes and performances. In addition to the O'Neill Brothers' memorable piano style, their 22nd release features guest musicians who live and breathe the island lifestyle, including Hawaii favorites Patrick Ki and Jamie Lawrence.
"Recently, more and more couples have been requesting music perfect for destination weddings, and we're thrilled to be able to record this collection in response," says Tim O'Neill. "It's designed to put you in an island state of mind, whether you're stealing away to a secluded beach in Mexico or Maui to get married, or just want to remind yourself of the sounds, sights and scents of your last tropical vacation."
The O'Neill Brothers' wedding-themed CDs are the exclusive wedding music compilations offered by the Beverly Clark Collection. For more information and to listen to samples of all 14 tracks on the album, visit www.pianobrothers.com.
Tim and Ryan O'Neill have sold more than one million copies of their albums - without being associated with a major record label. Along the way, the brothers have written and performed music for HBO (including music for "Sex and the City"), NBC and ESPN; and performed for President George H. W. Bush. In February and May of 2005, their 3-CD set of romantic songs, From the Heart, hit Billboard magazine's Top Pop Catalog Album chart.