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Frequently Asked Questions

I'm sure you have questions

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How long have you been a DJ?

One of the most important days of your life shouldn't be where a wedding DJ learns their craft. You need an established, experienced professional. I have been a DJ since the late 1990's. I have been in the entertainment industry since college. When you book with me, you know you are getting quality and experience.


What DJ equipment do you use?

You need to know your DJ's professionalism before the event. A DJ is only as good as their gear. If their equipment is an eyesore and their speakers crackle, that makes for a dreadful experience. I only use cutting-edge equipment. I keep up with what other DJ's are using in other cities. I have multiple set-ups for ceremony, cocktail hour and reception.


What services do you offer?

We offer DJ services for wedding ceremonies and receptions, corporate events, and private parties. We offer lighting options such as uplighting and dance floor lighting. We also have photo booths available.

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Will the DJ take requests?

Unless you say differently, I do take requests. If you specify that it is on your "Do Not Play" list, I won't play it. The song has to fit well with your vibe and music choices. I know what songs get people on the dance floor. I also offer an online planning system so you can specify your tastes and favorite songs.


What are your payment terms?

All we need to get started is a deposit. That deposit holds your date and is taken out of the final balance. The final balance is due at least a week before the event. I try to make payment as simple as possible. You can use debit, credit, cash, check, Venmo and Zelle. We can discuss pricing, etc.


How many consultations can I have?

I want your wedding to be the best day of your life. You and I can talk about your music, or anything you want to talk about or ask. You can contact me at my phone for a call or text, email, we could do a Zoom call, Google Meet, or Facetime. Whatever means is best for you. Of course, we could meet for coffee as well.

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