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Expert Playlist

Need help narrowing down your song selections for the wedding reception? Each week, Bridal Blog asks a local music pro to whip up a genius playlist to get your guests’ feet on the dance floor. This week’s expert: Howard Teger, president and CEO of Rockvil

By Kim Forrest Published

If you just got married and had a rockin' wedding playlist, e-mail me at kforrest@washingtonian.com and we’ll feature it in a future blog post. Photograph by Holland Photo Arts

Howard Teger of NYX Entertainment loves to mix classic songs with Top 40 hits—his dream playlist moves seamlessly from one genre to the next.

Bridal Party Entrance: “Love’s Theme” by Barry White
“I like that this song is simple and peppy with no vocals, so that the emcee can introduce people over it.”

Couple’s Entrance: “Superhero” by Jane’s Addiction
“This is a hard-hitting intro song with lots of energy. My couples love it especially if they love ‘Entourage.’ ”

First Dance: “Can’t Help Falling in Love With You” by Elvis Presley
“I like the classics for first dances.”

Father/Daughter Dance: “Father and Daughter” by Paul Simon

Mother/Son Dance: “Through the Years” by Kenny Rogers or “If I Could” by Regina Bell

Cake-Cutting Song: “When I’m 64” by the Beatles or “Grow Old With You” by Adam Sandler

Songs to Play During Dinner: Anything by Sade, Tony Bennett, or Frank Sinatra

Songs to Get Everyone on the Dance Floor: “September” by Earth, Wind & Fire, “Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough” by Michael Jackson, “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO, or almost anything by Pitbull or the Black Eyed Peas

Slow Song: “You Make Me Feel So Young” by Frank Sinatra

Last Dance: “Three Little Birds” by Bob Marley
“You could also go really cheesy with ‘Don’t Stop Believin’ ’ by Journey, but everyone does that—I like to be a little different.”

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