“Dear Soulfarm band, we are even now on a high from the wedding, and our friends and family are still telling us what an amazing experience they had. Your band was everything we hoped for, and even more. You hit precisely the right ‘note’ and brought exactlyÂ the right feeling and music to every part of the wedding: tisch, bedecken, ceremony and entrance. For the simcha dancing, you responded so well to the energy of the crowd, giving us opportunity to dance our happiness with enthusiasm. You’ve also gained quite a few fans, as we new you would. Your band provided us with amazing memories for a lifetime. Thank you for your wonderful spirit, energy and music! We know this feeling of joy will remain with us for quite some time”
Ruth and Jerry S.
“Dear Soulfarm, We want you to know how pleased we were with your band’s music at our Families wedding. Every song was played beautifully. We appreciated how you helped create lots of ruach and loved your unique style of interpretation. The classical guitar music during the processional to the chupa stirred the very fiber and soul of everyone presesnt. All of our guests couldn’t stop raving about your music! They not only highly praised your group, but also said that it was a pleasure to be at a simcha where their ears did not hurt during the dancing and that they could have a conversation during the meal. Kol HaKavod for playing such a major role in making our simcha a joyous one.”
Richard and Jean C., Chaim and Rachel F.
“Our favorite band is Soulfarm. So much so, that we have had them to all of our simchas since we have found them. Including 3 bar mitzvahs and 3 weddings. Our brother in law in NY has also used them for all of their weddings and bat mitzvahs. We live in St. LouisÂ and our bar mitzvahs were here, and our weddings in Boston and NY. Our family has a reputation for the most fun simchas most people have ever been to. Soulfarm is so energetic that the crowd can not help but dance! We usually do 2 hebrew Â sets and one Woodstock or requested songs set. They have learned any song my kids have asked for, including Beatles, Jason Mraz, Van Morrison, Dave Matthews songs (some they walked down to). They work with the crowd and if they guests keep singing or dancing when a set was suppose to end, they keep playing. I cant tell you how people of all ages get up and dance when they usually don’t dance a simchas. I am telling you that if you want the most talked about orthodox simcha, you should grab them while you can. they are also much more affordable than most simcha bands.”