Q: We are interested in your availability for our wedding. How do we contact you? How do we book you?
A: Click on the "Contact" tab in the right hand corner, and send me your wedding details. I will respond to you with a direct email with my availability and rates within 24 hours. All contracts and payments are processed through DocuSign and PayPal. It is not necessary for you to have a pre-existing DocuSign or PayPal account.
Q: Will you play special songs for the wedding ceremony that are not listed on your standard repertoire?
A: You bet! I will learn up to three songs that are not listed on my standard repertoire free of charge.
Q: What style of guitar do you play?
A: I play fingerstyle acoustic guitar. To get a better idea of this style of guitar, check out the Videos page and watch me perform some songs from my Repertoire.
Q: Will you travel outside of Austin?
A: Yes, I play weddings in Dripping Springs, Round Rock, Leander, Georgetown, and Marble Falls all the time. A small commuting charge may apply if the venue is especially far away from Central Austin.
Q: Can you play the cocktail hour after the ceremony?
A: Certainly! Check out the section of my Repertoire labeled "Great American Songbook" for songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Michael Buble, etc.
Q: What do you charge?
A: My rates will depend on variables such as commute time, performance time, number of special song requests, etc. To receive a personalized quote, please submit your event's details through the "Contact" page and I will respond with a quote within 24 hours.
Q: Do you have a minimum?
A: To reserve the date for your wedding, I do have to charge a minimum of one hour of my time. Typically, I am hired to play music as people find their seats, the wedding ceremony's processional and recessional, the cocktail hour, and sometimes, the dinner music and first dance. In other words, there are many ways for you to put that one hour of my time to good use!
Q: Will you play same-sex weddings?
A: Of course! Aaron Goldfarb (and every artist within the Goldfarb Music Agency) will play at same-sex ceremonies.