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DJ & Event MC

Our Traditional set up would consist of the following:

  • DJ and Event MC (4 hour coverage) - Reception only

  • 2 Powered Speakers

  • 2 Turntables & Performance Mixer

  • 1 handheld microphone for toasts & announcements

  • Dance lights included

  • Atmospheric background music during guest arrival

  • Dinner music

My style of music is open format. I offer a little something for everyone so that guests of all ages can have a good time.

I also serve as an MC announcing your arrival as newlyweds and receiving line introductions. I'm well spoken and tasteful in announcements. I coordinate the champagne toasts, cake cutting, first dance, bouquet and garter throw. I'll get the introductions and announcements correct, help your guests feel comfortable and connected and most importantly keep people dancing all night long.

Venue Walkthrough 

As we approach your wedding date the details need to be fleshed out. It is also around this time that I will start to reach out to the venue to find any specifics and guidance. I’ll typically plan a trip to the site to determine things like establishing a line of communication with the venue, equipment placement and if there are any issues with some of the details discussed thus far. 

playlist with custom options

I use Spotify as a platform to customize your playlist.  You'll have your own personalized account with your own user log in and password. I establish all your special songs in specific folders. You can rearrange them however you choose and you'll be able to access more than 20 million tracks in its catalog. You can browse or search by artist, album, genre, or record label. Play your favorites, discover new tracks, and build the perfect collection. 



Live Mixing

I utilize vinyl and turntables in conjunction with my MacBook Pro where I access my entire music database.  I beat match as I'm mixing so there is always a smooth transition between songs. My sound system is commercial quality and appealing when set up, no running cords or cables. My music library is extensive with lots of variety. Here's a demonstration in the video below: