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A group in Ireland, have raised the musical bar for party-goers everywhere by surprising the bride and groom with a heartfelt version of “Stand by Me” at the church in the time of his marriage in a very dangerous place, that is, the happy couple to tears.
With a big lead on the Bullet and Rachel McNally’s recent wedding in Carrickmacross, County Monaghan, pal, Hannah’s, O’brien realized that there was going to be a bunch of music people in attendance, the Irish Mirror reports, and found that he was inspired to get into the secret, for the co-ordination of the performance before the big day.
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“I came to realize that there are a lot of singers and musicians, to attend the wedding, and had a chance to do something special for the happy couple, who love music,” O’brien told the outlet. “I said to the family and friends of both sides, we have kept a secret from rehearsing for 5 weeks, in the run-up to the big day [of the band], Starling, Blue leather, the harmony and the melody.”
When the wedding day finally arrived, and the pitch-perfect performance went off without a hitch.
As can be seen in a now-viral video has been viewed more than 80,000 times on Facebook, 17 party-goers of all ages, including the bride’s father, rose slowly, slowly, one-by-one to sing a line each, which, according to The Irish Sun. Then, the musicians have gathered together to put on the altar, as she belted out Ben E. King’s timeless 1960’s tune.
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As for the bride and groom, Shane, and Rachel appeared to be caught completely off-guard by the cover, crying and wiping away tears in an emotional version.
Wedding videographer Ray, Youre not documented, that the surprise, and said that it was a memory that the couple would cherish forever.
“I’ve never seen anything like this before, and I’ve been to a lot of weddings,” Youre right, it on Facebook.
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