This photo pretty much says it all, doesn’t it? Thankfully, Dan Aguirre was there to capture this moment from Mark and Jen from SPLASH! See more from Ashley and Matt’s beautiful fall wedding held at Gloucester’s Beauport Hotel in... Continue Reading
New Years Celebrations 2016!
Another year, another holiday season down. Wilson Stevens was fortunate enough to be part of many celebrations this past New Years Eve, including those featuring BEANTOWN, EYE2EYE, SPLASH!, THE CONNECTION, ENCORE, PROTEGE, BAYSIDE, and more! Check out the... Continue Reading
Wentworth by the Sea Country Club Wedding Featuring Groovin’ You
When Kaleigh & Jared booked GROOVIN’ YOU, they knew they wanted a party! Held at the scenic Wentworth By The Sea Country Club, the happy couple exchanged vows and danced the night away. Our talented friend, Dan Aguirre,... Continue Reading
Fourth Annual Holiday Showcase
This year’s Wilson Stevens Toys For Tots Holiday Showcase was a massive success! LOVESOUNDS, THE HUB, SIGNATURE, THE CONNECTION, & SPLASH! all brought their A-games and showed everyone a great time. Congratulations to the three winners of... Continue Reading
For the second year in a row, Encore band was invited to blow the roof off of Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts. On Saturday, November 9, more than 500 guests attended Big in Boston: Every Girl a Masterpiece, a fundraiser benefitting the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston. One of Boston’s most prestigious annual events, Big in Boston was hosted by Co-Chairs Jack Connors, Jr. and Charlie Baker with Emcee Lisa Hughes of WBZ-TV.
Encore provided entertainment for U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who was in attendance to thank Boston Mayor Thomas Menino for his decades of support. The Senator also honored Believe in Girls (B.I.G.) recipient Karen Kaplan, the President and CEO of one of Boston’s largest and most esteemed advertising agencies Hill Holiday. Thanks to all those involved, the event raised over one million dollars in support of Big Sister’s mission to serve more girls of Greater Boston through gender-specific, one-to-one mentoring. Encore and Wilson Stevens couldn’t be more pleased to play our little part in the betterment of the community.