What will you be wearing?
Our standard dress code is Formal wear. If you do not require formal wear, we will then dress accordingly to your reception or party. We will always look clean and professional. You will never see us in jeans or t-shirts.
Do you take breaks?
We do not take breaks. Since there are two of us working the wedding, music is played from start to end.
How will your DJ interact with my guests?
We get your guests involved in the song. Whether it’s with a specific dance, having them sing a chorus or just having them clap along. Our sole purpose is to get the party started and keep it going.
Do you use set lists?
We do not use set lists. We take your suggestions as well as requests right there at the event. It is a more spontaneous and exciting event when your skilled entertainer can read the crowd and keep the party moving.
Do your DJs honor requests?
We try to honor all requests unless directed by you to place certain songs on the "do not play" list. Again, this is your event and you have the final say. That being said, we do try to honor most requests unless we think it won't work into the direction the party is heading.
Do you play loud music during cocktail hour?
We always play cocktail and dinner music at a level that is pleasing to your guests. They should be able to enjoy good music and conversation as well. If at any time you think the volume is too much or too little you can always let me know. I pride myself in making sure the levels never get too loud.
Do you have backup equipment?
Yes, we always have spare equipment on hand. We don't leave anything to chance!
How much in advance should I book a DJ?
We are often booking dates up to 2 years in advance. I only book one event per day, so I tend to book up very quickly. Several dates a year (usually in June/July and September/October) sell out very quickly because they are optimum dates. As soon as you set your date in stone with your caterer, you should contact us to book. 12 months in advance is usually a safe bet, but there have been times that I have had optimum dates available within 6 months. Never hurts to ask, but the general rule of thumb is the sooner the better.
Are you insured?
Yes, we carry the maximum allowable insurance for liability allowed. Several catering halls now require this of performers before they can play at a function. We are fully insured to $1,000,000.
Is set up additional charge?
No. Once your fee is quoted, unless you add something to your service, there are no surprise fees. We generally arrive 1-2 hours ahead of the start time and break down generally takes an hour. This time is built in to the fees quoted.