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Due to our undeniable passion for music, we are always up-to-date with today’s music and practice our trade on a regular basis. We are professionally trained specifically for weddings and events, and fully insured. 

Is there a limit to the amount of music that can be requested?

 

No there isn't. The only limit is the amount of time we have to play them all. We've had brides and other clients list every song they want to hear, and we've had some pick only a few for their special dances (and we select the rest). We always suggest couples pick about 10 to 15 must-have songs, as well as their special dance songs. Then we ask them to tell us what genres they want to hear, and which ones they don't. We ask them to be specific about songs they don't want to hear on their special day. This is very important, because we don't want to play something that brings up bad memories or is considered inappropriate to them or their guests.

 

Our current database has thousands of songs, and continues to grow weekly. When booking with us, you get access to our entire music database so that you can pick your favorites. We will provide you with a song list prior to your event of our database. 

Can the client submit a do-not-play list?

 

We recommend they do. There are always a few songs, genres, or artists that clients don't want to hear, and we like to know what those are ahead of time.

Do you usually MC the event or talk between songs?

 

We usually MC all of our events. On occasion, the couple or event coordinator will have a pre-appointed MC for the evening and we don't mind if that is the case. We are there for you to make announcements, play good music and provide some fun. If you want us to do more or less, we are flexible; after all, you are the customer.

 

How would you motivate the crowd if no one is dancing?

 

A change of music usually does the trick, but if the crowd needs a little verbal motivation we have no problem coaching people onto the dance floor. We do have clients, from time to time, that don't want us to say anything (other than make announcements), and that's fine with us. Again, it's your event.

 

What is your policy on taking breaks? If you require a meal break, do you require that the client provide your meal?

 

Our DJ is at the DJ table the whole evening with the exception of bathroom breaks or helping to coordinate the next event for the evening. If our DJ leaves the table, they make sure that the song is long enough to cover the time they are gone. As for meals, it is customary for the bride and groom to provide a meal for the DJ. The DJ will usually eat at his/her table while everyone else is eating and dinner music is playing. If you do not plan on providing a meal, we ask that you make this known in advance so that we can plan accordingly.