Private Events​
Need a musician for your wedding or private event?  We've got you covered! Available as a solo artist, a duo, and as a full band, we provide entertainment for any event type.
//What's Included
In addition to the extensive song list Jarred has to offer, the rates listed above also include the addition of two songs of your choosing that are not on the song list if you book for 1 hour, or three songs not included in the the song list if you book for more than 1 hour.
Jarred can play during the ceremony, cocktail hour, reception, party,  or private event for up to 5 hours.  All sound equipment is provided for any small to medium-sized venue. We can also loan you our amazing sound equipment for music or speeches with no additional charge. Some large outdoor venues require the rental of sound equipment to provide the best performance. This cost will be included in the contract if applicable.

Photo Credit:   June Cochran

//Take My Hand, Lead Me Home
The WOOD&STONE original Take My Hand was written by Jarred Matthew as a surprise for his wife during the processional. The song has its roots in the popular gospel song "Precious Lord, Take my Hand," a song that has a significance in their relationship. Jarred had his friend Tahiti Rey play it during the ceremony, she also sings backup vocals in the recording

It's only appropriate that the video show clips of Jarred and Cristina's wedding since that is the inspiration. The Videography was done by Bryon Phillips.

//Photo Gallery​

Featuring BryonPhillips Photography
//Songs We Sing
Jarred's song list is a variety of classic 60s soul tunes with some blues, lounge, country, folk, R&B, and pop songs from all of our favorite artist like, Otis Redding, Al Green, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, Sam and Dave, Wilson Pickett, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Ray Lamontagne, Ed Sheeran, Robin Thicke,  Gnarles Barkley, James Morrison, Van Morrison,  Justin Timberlake, Adam Lavene, John Legend, and many others.
Song List
Otis Redding
Al Green
Michael Jackson
Ray LaMontagne