Every bride and groom dreams of their first dance as husband and wife. Sgt. Joey Johnson thought he would never live that dream after suffering an accident that left him paralyzed. But, with some ingenuity and some help from his friends, the 27-year-old groom made it a reality.
Since my original plan didn't work out, I'd like to make one more request: As soon as you see your husband or your wife, stop whatever you're doing, take them in your arms, hum your song, and dance.
Thirteen years ago, back in the good old days of Britney and boy bands, my husband and I went on our first date: the Homecoming Dance. As if J.C. and J.T. couldn't have written it any better themselves, that first slow dance would become our relationship anthem for over a decade.
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The first dance at your wedding may be the most important dance of your life -- or at least the most meaningful. So picking
Hate your work; and love your work. Change your mind; and stick to your guns. Find the moment; then scrap it -- and start all over again.
When I first began in this business, it seemed that every couple had "their song," but very few couples do now. So it is part of the bandleader's job to suggest one. But what does the bandleader do when a couple has very different musical tastes?
In honor of her passing last weekend, we rounded up our favorite Whitney Houston songs ideal for your own powerful, raw, emotional first-dance moments.