FAQ’s

How Long Have You Been DJing?

I have been DJing for more than 10 years. I have DJed many Weddings, Pool Parties, School Functions, Prom’s, and Corporate Functions in that time.  I want to help you make your event the best event you have ever had!

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What Type Of Equipment Do You Use?

I only use professional DJ equipment. I bring everything I need to with me. My only requirement is having a power plug within 50 feet of where I set up.

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Will The DJ Play Requests?

I LOVE to play requests! Taking requests allows me to interact with the guests and get a feel for what type of music they are in the mood for.  I WILL NOT play any songs that you have placed on the DO NOT PLAY list! If there are any questions I will confer with you and get your approval or denial.

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Can We Request Songs For The DJ To Play?

Absolutely!  You can choose what songs to play, what songs not to play, or I can help you make a list. You can be as involved or uninvolved as you like.

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Can We Bring Our Own Music For The DJ To Play?

Yes sure.  I am able to play directly from most smartphones, tablets, and technology that allows for a headphone jack.  I would prefer to have the files in advance of the event so I can make sure that the volume will come out of the system at a good level. (Not too loud or too soft.) If you decide to bring your own music please consider the audience that you will be playing for.

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What Are Your Payment Terms?

A deposit will be required at the time of booking and final payment can be made the day of or anytime before.

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Do I Tip The DJ?

We do not include gratuity in the price. 10% – 20% is usually recommended if your DJ did a Great job. It is entirely up to you.  Do not feel obligated to tip, but each and every tip is very appreciated.

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Will The DJ Play Overtime If Needed?

Yes. The DJ will be able to play over the contracted time if you so desire.  Overtime rates will be discussed at the time the contract is signed.  If you would like extra time, let the DJ know as early as possible so they can prepare to keep the party flowing instead of winding down.

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When Should We Book A DJ?

The sooner the better.  Giving the DJ time to get your list of songs together, and making sure to know your preferences is helpful.  However, we can accommodate last minute bookings as well.

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Should We Feed The DJ?

This is not necessary.  Many caterers will make a plate for the DJ if you ask them to but it is not required.

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How Many Songs Should I Request?

You may request as many or as few as you would like.

We prefer that you give us at least 15 – 20 songs that you want to hear, so we can make sure the party tempo is to your liking.  A Do Not Play Playlist is also helpful just in case that one friend asks for the Chicken Dance.

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How Long Have You Been DJing?

I have been DJing for more than 10 years. I have DJed many Weddings, Pool Parties, School Functions, Prom’s, and Corporate Functions in that time.  I want to help you make your event the best event you have ever had!

Back to Index

What Type Of Equipment Do You Use?

I only use professional DJ equipment. I bring everything I need to with me. My only requirement is having a power plug within 50 feet of where I set up.

Back to Index

Will The DJ Play Requests?

I LOVE to play requests! Taking requests allows me to interact with the guests and get a feel for what type of music they are in the mood for.  I WILL NOT play any songs that you have placed on the DO NOT PLAY list! If there are any questions I will confer with you and get your approval or denial.

Back to Index

Can We Request Songs For The DJ To Play?

Absolutely!  You can choose what songs to play, what songs not to play, or I can help you make a list. You can be as involved or uninvolved as you like.

Back to Index

Can We Bring Our Own Music For The DJ To Play?

Yes sure.  I am able to play directly from most smartphones, tablets, and technology that allows for a headphone jack.  I would prefer to have the files in advance of the event so I can make sure that the volume will come out of the system at a good level. (Not too loud or too soft.) If you decide to bring your own music please consider the audience that you will be playing for.

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What Are Your Payment Terms?

A deposit will be required at the time of booking and final payment can be made the day of or anytime before.

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Do I Tip The DJ?

We do not include gratuity in the price. 10% – 20% is usually recommended if your DJ did a Great job. It is entirely up to you.  Do not feel obligated to tip, but each and every tip is very appreciated.

Back to Index

Will The DJ Play Overtime If Needed?

Yes. The DJ will be able to play over the contracted time if you so desire.  Overtime rates will be discussed at the time the contract is signed.  If you would like extra time, let the DJ know as early as possible so they can prepare to keep the party flowing instead of winding down.

Back to Index

When Should We Book A DJ?

The sooner the better.  Giving the DJ time to get your list of songs together, and making sure to know your preferences is helpful.  However, we can accommodate last minute bookings as well.

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Should We Feed The DJ?

This is not necessary.  Many caterers will make a plate for the DJ if you ask them to but it is not required.

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How Many Songs Should I Request?

You may request as many or as few as you would like.

We prefer that you give us at least 15 – 20 songs that you want to hear, so we can make sure the party tempo is to your liking.  A Do Not Play Playlist is also helpful just in case that one friend asks for the Chicken Dance.

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