Located in Toronto, Ontario, Something Borrowed is a band that specializes in performing soulful jazz combos for weddings and special events. Andrea Cote, Jason Adams and Nick Barfoot are the dynamic trio that make up Something Borrowed and who are ready to take your wedding to the next level. This team is professional, flexible, adaptable, fun and ready to take on your next event!
This band offers soon-to-be-married couples a full range of services for their special day. These services include ceremony music, cocktail hour music, instrumentals, learning new songs, MC services, reception music, music during breaks, rehearsal dinner music, sample performances, vocals and they are willing to travel.
Something Borrowed also offers their fine performances for other events, including special events, private events, corporate events and more. Contact this great band today to book your wedding music!
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5 Reviews for Something Borrowed
Laura · Married on 05/12/2018
Outstanding band!! Highly recommended!!
Something borrowed band performed at our wedding ceremony. They played a huge role in making our ceremony feel intimate and personal, while also upholding the traditional religious aspects of the ceremony. They were very easy to work with!! They orchestrated bringing and setting up all of the musical equipment and they co-ordinated the logistical aspects of the music with the church. I would highly recommend them!! They definitely made our ceremony extra special and personal!Sent on 26/02/2019
Saadat Q. · Married on 16/03/2014
Amazing band - true professionals!
Something Borrowed was the perfect addition to our wedding. My wife and I still remember Andrea's rendition of Springsteen's "Dancing in the Dark" - our first dance song, and it still moves us. The band made the wedding so much more special.Sent on 03/03/2019
Nick and Jay are true professionals - their repertoire of songs is incredible.
Krista P. · Married on 11/08/2012
Personal, intimate and magical music!
Something Borrowed were a dream to work with from start to finish. Andrea helped provide song suggestions that really suited our personality as a couple. The beautiful performance added to the magic on our wedding day. Would definitely reccomend!Sent on 27/01/2019
Vicki W. · Married on 26/08/2006
Beautiful Vocals for our ceremony
Andrea was an amazing choice for our wedding ceremony. She helped me choose beautiful, meaningful, and appropriate music for our religious ceremony. Through her vocals, Andrea created a very intimate and personal atmosphere within our traditional ceremony. I have recommended her to lots of family and friends!Sent on 25/04/2019
Beautiful addition to our day!
Something Borrowed were wonderful to work with! They were so professional and accommodating to all our wishes, and even when there were little hiccups, like having to relocate our ceremony at the last minute, they were able to do so. They have a great selection of music and will you choose the most the beautiful music. Definitely recommend them if you are looking to add something special!Sent on 24/02/2019
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Andrea is Something Borrowed’s lead singer. Her rich and soulful voice will truly bring emotion and meaning to your special day. Andrea has been training as a vocalist since she was a small child, performing in various choral groups, folk bands, and duos. Andrea is truly passionate about singing and performing and strives to ensure that Something Borrowed brings added meaning and sentiment to your special day.
Nick is Something Borrowed’s rhythm guitarist, audio technician, web designer, gear manager and, well, manager of just about every other band function that the group requires. Nick has an outstanding ear for sound quality, and he consistently strives to ensure that his instruments and gear match the atmosphere and expectations of his clients. Nick’s diligence and attention to detail make him an invaluable member of Something Borrowed, and he hopes to bring the same sense of dedication to the events of his clients.
Jason is the group’s multi-instrumentalist, with considerable experience in guitar, bass, piano, drums, mandolin, back-up vocals and harmonica. He began his musical training in classical piano at a young age, and later progressed to jazz combos, concert bands, and eventually to his first loves, folk and folk-rock. He believes strongly in the importance of performing, as opposed to simply arriving and playing music, and he credits his love of interacting with guests and enjoying the social experience of live music as his reasons for continuing to play.