Rivertown Sound Quartet
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June 29, 2002

Heather Says "Yes!" In Front of 3000 People!

It was like a romantic movie musical! Rivertown Sound tenor, Bill Dean, carefully planed out the entire scheme. On June 29, 2002, Rivertown Sound sang with Steve Davis' "Memories of Elvis" at Jefferson Barracks Park. Near the end of the program, Steve called up Heather to the stage. Bill went to his knee and offered his beloved Heather a ring with "Will you marry me?" She said "Yes!" and the audience of over 3000 gave out a romantic sigh and then a huge cheer. Steve then sang Elvis' most romantic song: "I Can't Help Falling In Love With You". The two young lovers then danced in the spotlight to the sobs of all present. Lead singer Aaron Hardin's wife, Traci, joined the quartet on stage singing the missing harmony part since Bill was dancing, after she had snapped the amazing photo shown here. It was truly a night to remember!

The wedding was celebrated on January 25, 2003. The quartet members dusted off their tuxedos and were all part of the wedding party. The traditional toast at the reception was a singing of "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" by all present. It was a romantic evening of the highest order.

However, the quartet guys were NOT invited for the honeymoon!

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