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What People Ask Me

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

 A. Every bride I meet with I ask them to tell me about the last wedding they attended. 9 out of 10 brides say the last wedding they went to was horrible! That means there are a lot more bad DJs out there than good! Every DJ is going to tell you they are the best. Ask around. Has anyone else heard of this DJ? Ask your other wedding professionals. Check references, websites, and social media.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. People tend to think a DJ is a DJ is DJ. All DJs are not the same. Just because a DJ is amazing at a night club doesn't mean he knows how to DJ a wedding.  I'll tell you a secret... Most night club DJs do not like to talk on a microphone. That's kind of an important part of a wedding DJ. A wedding is a ceremonial tradition that needs to be handled with some sophistication. Your DJ needs to also be an MC and be able to introduce traditions with class and grace…

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. Most DJs stay behind the DJ booth and just play music. I get out on the floor and interact with your guest.

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. Helping couples make their wedding something no one will forget.

Q. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

A. Why am I more expensive than other DJs? Quality and experience are not cheap. I have well over 500 amazing weddings under my belt. Do you really want to entrust your once in a lifetime special day to the lowest bidder? Remember, you get what you pay for... A Cheap DJ isn't good and a good DJ isn't Cheap.

Q. Do you have a favorite story from your work?

A. Lol Too many!

Q. What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession?

A. Out of all the professionals you hire for your wedding the DJ is the only one who does not have a piece of paper that states he has successfully completed sometime of training that would indicate he is competent and proficient in his skilled. What I mean is most the people you hire have or do have the ability to obtain a college degree in their perspective fields. This is not the case for a DJ. I’m sure somewhere in the US there is someone teaching some sort of DJ course but as far as I know there is no accredited validated educational program that churns out top notch DJs. 

 You want to know who the good DJs are? More importantly, do you want to know who the BAD DJs are??? Ask your photographer. Wedding photographers see DJs every weekend! They've seen'em all. Your friend who is telling you, "Oh you have to book this DJ" has probably only seen one or two wedding DJs. Who do you think has a better informed opinion?