Wedding DJs and Entertainment
Main Office Location:
By Appointment Only
San Francisco Bay Area
Ask Sidepocket about their special Band + DJ combo package—what a deal!
Sidepocket is a full-service wedding band, which means they do it all: Dance music, dinner music, ambient music, cocktail hour music, emcee…and lots of personal attention. They work closely with you to create the perfect wedding day, and of course, play irresistible songs.
Brand new: Ask about their Band + DJ Package! Song list covers R&B, funk, rock, swing, 70s, 80s, 90s and today’s music.
Pamela Rose and Glenn Walters have been singing together for over 20 years. In addition to co-leading Sidepocket, Pamela Rose tours nationally with her Wild Women of Song project, recently featured at the Monterey Jazz Festival, Cal Performances, Feinstein’s and SF Jazz Center.
Glenn Walters of late can be seen in the Ray Charles Project, but local Bay Area folk remember him well from his Hoo Doo Rhythm Devil days. Band members have played with Tower of Power, Bonnie Raitt, Herbie Hancock, Van Morrison, John Lee Hooker and Wynton Marsalis.
- East Bay
- Napa and Sonoma Wine Country
- North Bay / Marin
- San Francisco
- South Bay / San Jose
- And other areas by special arrangement.
“Pamela and the Sidepocket totally ROCK! Everyone had a blast and I have not stopped hearing about what a great wedding we had—I know I can credit it to the band for being a big part of that and creating the festive and lively atmosphere that we envisioned.”
“Sidepocket created a party atmosphere for a pretty low-key crowd. What else can I tell you? We danced hard for 4 hours and we were pooped at the end.”
“Pamela and Glenn have phenomenal voices—very soulful.”
“What I love about her is that she can be very soft and romantic or really belt it out. Sidepocket can be very sophisticated. They can play pretty much anything.”
“Pamela was always very prompt in responding which is helpful when you are freaking out. She’s very accommodating.”
“Sidepocket was great. They were the wedding. I wanted the food to be the wedding, but they were. In fact, we’re still writing our thank you notes, but meanwhile we have gotten thank you notes and my mom has gotten thank you notes from people saying what a great time they had and that they had so much fun dancing. That they never get to dance anymore and when are we going to have an anniversary party so they can do it again?!”(What does this mean?)