Wedding Ceremonies

Beautiful flute and guitar music for your wedding ceremony. We provide  classical music for your ceremony and light jazz for a perfect cocktail hour. Please click on our classical demo below. 






Art and John performing at the Chanler, Newport: 



Testimonial from The Knot

Wedding:The Chanler Newport
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 John and Art provided the perfect music for my wedding ceremony!

John plays the classical guitar and his partner plays woodwinds (sax, flute, Clarinet) Katie Bacon




John Monllos provides entertainment for every type of event imaginable,  wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners,  birthdays, corporate parties, anniversary celebrations and more. Whether you are considering his band for an unforgettable dance party or a simple musical backdrop, the band’s strength is in its’ diversity. This is one of a very few musical groups that can perform Jazz Standards for cocktail hour then switch gears and excite the audience with the best of pop/rock, Latin, disco and Motown classics. Sinatra to Santana John and Joanne do it all! By using the latest technology in our music, ou duo sounds like a 5 or 6 piece ensemble. It’s so surprising to witness a band perform so many styles of music with such ease. Whatever music your event commands, John and his duo can accommodate your taste.


Here is a review from Wedding Wire: 


5 out of 5 Stars!


"If you are looking for talented musicians/singers for your event, then look no further. John Monllos/Los Gatos were TERRIFIC for our son's wedding on  8-23-14. The musical talent of John Monllos and tremendous lead vocals from John Cunha and Joanne Rodino (and tight harmonies) throughout each song made for an amazingly authentic sound. Both the easy listening during dinner and dance selections were perfect!


We received many compliments! I would highly recommend reaching out to John for your event!"




Duane Albro, Father of the Groom











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