Can I see you perform?
Do you provide references?
Do you have backup equipment?
Will we have the opportunity to go over the details prior to the wedding?
Will you play the music too loud?
What is your attire?
Do you have an assistant or do you work alone?
Will you send someone else?
Do you use CDs or MP3s?
Does your music come from the internet?
Do you play requests?
Will you be willing to play overtime?
Are you going to talk all night?


 

Can I see you perform?
In some cases yes, if I have an event coming up thatís open to the public. At someoneís wedding, no, and I promise not to invite anyone to your wedding as well.

 

Do you provide references?
Yes. Please ask me and I would be delighted to provide them for you.

 

Do you have backup equipment?
Absolutely. You can rest assured that if I have a problem, youíll never know.

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Will we have the opportunity to go over the details prior to the wedding?
Yes. I will call you early in the week of your wedding to go over all the details. Your questions and concerns will not be left for your wedding day. Over the phone, Iíll walk you through the order of formalities and give you suggestions to help you enjoy your day more thoroughly.

 

Will you play the music too loud?
Through our sound processors, you can rest assured that the sound will be adjusted to the acoustics of the room. During cocktail hour and dinner, I play music softly enough so that guests can carry on conversations very comfortably. The music at this time is just background and used to create ambiance and help set the mood. When itís time to dance, the music is slightly louder, but not painfully so. Usually Iím right on the money with the volume, but if you should ever find it to be too loud or soft, just tell me and Iíll make an adjustment immediately.

 

What is your attire?
For a formal occasion such as a wedding, always a tuxedo. Entire ensemble professionally cleaned and pressed.

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Do you have an assistant or do you work alone?
At most events, I work alone. This depends on the type of event, where itís going to be, and how many guests you are expecting. I always tell my clients prior to the event if I will be assisted.

 

Will you send someone else?
No other DJ will ever represent me. The only way for strict quality control is for me to host the event myself. Should I not be available when we first talk, and you would like a referral, Iíd be happy to pass along a name, but their name will never appear on my contract.

 

Do you use CDs or MP3s?
I use MP3s and on the occasion, CDs, so donít worry, Iíll be able to play your CD if itís something I donít own.

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Does your music come from the internet?
No. All of my music has been paid for and I get updated by a weekly service. As stated, I use MP3s, but one of the biggest misconceptions with this format, is that MP3s only come from the internet. When I made this transition in May of 2001, I converted the music from my own CD collection of 30,000 songs.

 

Do you play requests?
Yes. I take up to a dozen requests from you, the client, and play as many of them as I can. Please keep in mind, however, that a party usually takes on a life of itís own. Some or all of the music you request might not end up working with your crowd.

 

Will you be willing to play overtime?
This will depend on the time of your event, and the package you booked the banquet house for. I’ll let you know during our first conversation whether or not I will be able to continue the music past our contracted time. I recommend that you ask your banquet coordinator what your overtime options are with them.

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Are you going to talk all night?
Some variation of this question gets asked all the time. Although I must maintain a certain level of control as the Master of Ceremonies, I do not feel that it is necessary, nor is it my style to talk in between every song.

     
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