Frequently Asked Questions
I will wear the prescribed or proper attire for your specific event. Generally this will range a black tuxedo for a formal wedding, a suit for a semi-formal occasion or more casual clothing when appropriate.
My client will have the most input and final say concerning what kind of music I play. During the consultation process, I will determine what kinds of music you like or don’t like. I have found that customers can run the gamut between very specific requests to non-specific and everything in between. The other contributing factors to the “play list” are guest suggestions and music that I believe would be appropriate and well received by the attendees of the event. Fortunately I always bring along a digital library with tens of thousands of songs spanning the 40’s to today’s music from which to select.
In an effort to involve guests in the festivities, I won’t embarrass or harass a party guest or make them feel isolated or uncomfortable in any way. I would describe my style of participation-seeking as “pleasantly persistent” but never overbearing or rude. For the most part, the music I play serves as the greatest motivator of all. I will explain and teach line dances, games, contests and the like if they are requested by my client.
I recommend that you reserve my services as soon as possible (three months or more, if possible) to ensure greatest degree of availability. There are, however, times when I am asked to work on an emergency basis, such as when another contracted DJ is unexpectedly unavailable. If you were faced with that unfortunate scenario, please call me as soon as possible as I would like to help.