Curb Records’ hitmaker Jerrod Niemann stunned unsuspecting newlyweds as their personal wedding singer to perform an intimate acoustic take on his heavenly single, “God Made A Woman,” as their first dance for six back-to-back nuptials scattered across Las Vegas during the ACM Awards weekend (4/1).
From the “world’s tallest observation wheel” at 550 feet above the Strip in the High Roller, to a historic visit to The Mob Museum, Niemann stopped by one-of-a-kind spots that only the ultimate marriage capital of the world can offer – such as Denny’s and KISS by Monster Mini Golf. Blessed to witness a charming vow renewal of 19 years, Niemann even visited the only local “freestanding wedding chapel of its kind,” Chapel of the Flowers.
Niemann was so moved by the emotional night that he shocked his “nontourage” by allowing the officiant – the “official Elvis of Las Vegas,” Jesse Garon – to renew his own vows to his gorgeous wife of two years, Morgan, at A Little White Wedding Chapel. Known for its 24-hour drive-thru “Tunnel of Love,” the iconic landmark has been seen on ‘90s cult-classic Friends, and has hosted a legion of famous brides and grooms including Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra & Mia Farrow, Britney Spears, Michael Jordan, and Bruce Willis & Demi Moore.
“Since I recorded ‘God Made A Woman,’ I hoped it would touch others’ lives like it has impacted my wife and me,” says Niemann. “To share special moments with other couples in Las Vegas was unbelievable. Hopefully more folks out there will be able to experience something special with the song as well.”
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