Jay Fox Productions

Jay Fox Productions

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 Your wedding represents one of your life’s most joyous moments. From lavish weddings to intimate affairs, no two events are alike, so the music & entertainment for each should be as distinct as you, your families, and your friends. 

 Jeff Christenson (real name), of Jay Fox Productions, is a five-star rated, multi award winning Wedding DJ in DFW.  A proud inductee in The Knot- Hall of Fame. 45 years experience as a DJ.  He is also a Network Radio announcer (name: Jay Fox) with 18 yrs at ABC Radio Networks and currently at Westwood One Radio Network.  Jeff voiced the winning radio commercial for the 2015 Superbowl broadcast.

I began as a Wedding DJ with my first paid job for a faculty member at my high school.  I've been doing them ever since.  I am passionate about making the Reception look more polished and rehearsed than the Ceremony.  That way, both look great!  

www.jayfoxproductions.com    

To be honest, the feeling of moving an entire room of guests from "their daily schedule" all the way to "don't stop this party!!" is unbelievable.  It is also at that moment, I know my client is happy with the Party they are hosting.  It's about them....I am only an accent. (that can make or break the night)

Clients put all their trust in you to deliver not just a "fun" evening...but, an "unforgettable" evening.  

Considered a sophisticated Wedding MC/DJ, I use the power and persuasion of music to bring even the most stubborn onto the dance floor.  I do speak, when needed, to make sure everyone at the event knows what's coming up next.  No one likes to sit and guess. 

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Irving, TX 75039
28 years in business
1 employees
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Q & A

What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Before I can give a price quote, which is always the first question, I like to schedule an in-person meeting.   It surprises me to hear of clients who hire the main entertainment without ever meeting them.  Then they are surprised because "they didn't do a thing I wanted."   During our meeting, we all get to relax and find out about each other.  There is never "high pressure sales" pitches from me.    My main intent is to find those sparks of creativity within your plans and wishes.  Something you may not even realize can become one of the most important and touching moments of the evening.  There is magic in consultations. That's why the good Wedding Professionals ask to meet first.     When there is that connection between professional and client, there is a trust that automatically comes with it.  

  


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Total 45 years in Radio Broadcasting. (including 18yrs at ABC Radio Network, 7 Years at Westwood One Radio network)

I provided the voice work for the 2015 Superbowl Winning Radio advertisement.

I have studied the psychology of music for 45 years. I can move a crowd without ever saying a word.  (I do talk and then you get a professional voice)

I was nominated for Music Director from Billboard Magazine early on in my career, proving I had an ear for music.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

Each event creates its own Price Point.  Until there is discussion of ideas and needs, it is literally a guessing game.  I try to help you buy what you want.  Not just sell you "stuff".

Again, I ask, Do you want a "fun reception" or an "unforgettable reception"?  That is completely your choice. 


How did you get started in this business?

I wanted to be in Radio since I was 2, according to my mother.  Knowing my passion for radio/music, I was asked to DJ a wedding for one of our faculty members.  (Turns out is was the beginning of a new passion!)  That same month, I got my first professional job in Radio.  So both started at the same time.

The smooth transistions and speech that are catamount in broadcasting, automatically shifted over to my Wedding DJ approach.  Everything runs smoothly.  Very rarely do you hear a loud startling noise or the ear piercing feed back.  Why? Because all of that control comes naturally now.


What types of customers have you worked with?

I have provided entertainment for: 

Many Corporate Holiday Parties, Awards Banquets and Celebrations, Private Parties for the stars, as well as ...  

Hundreds and hundreds of weddings from a high 6-figure wedding in Manhatten, NY. to jumping in to rescue a wedding who's DJ never showed.

International Convention of 3000 guests. How do you pack a dance floor like that?   The Pro's know.

VIP Customers - Whom I cannot reveal due to the fact that their talent outshines mine.  And besides I don't kiss and tell.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I performed at a wedding on New Years eve.  The ballroom was a perfect canvas to work with.  Throughout the evening, subtle surprises happened that gave a "fresh moment to the room." Re-igniting the spontenaity As well, some very romantic moments occurred that caught everyone off guard, in the perfect way.   (I like to make sure a couple's guests leave emotionally fullfilled as well as exhausted from dancing.)  

  The evening was full of moments for Bride and Father, Grooms Mother and Groom, poinient moments for Bride and Her mother.  But I found out that, as usual, the Groom's father was left out.  Until I learned the two had a fireworks bond.  They shared many displays and Dad and Son.  

Unfortunately, within this city's limits, it is against the law to have fireworks.  At Midnight, Dad and Groom had their moment.  I had secretly and strategically placed projectors around the room. At midnight, every wall came alive with a 360 degree fireworks display.   Dad and Son celebrated with an embrace.  Then everyone else joined in.  The perfect ending to an unforgettable Wedding Reception.


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Find out WHY they are in the Wedding business, to begin with.

If they say "because the money is good"...run!

You want to find the Wedding Professionals who are in it because that's how they breathe.  Don't be afraid to ask revealing questions like,

How did you start in this business?  How long ago?  (Better be longer than 5 years)

Do you have continued education? 

How do you handle "problems" that come up during receptions?  example?

There are many great "ask the Professional..." questions online.  I just feel it's important that you know WHY they are doing what they do.


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Please be ready to discuss your budget openly with professionals as we can help guide you to other great professionals.  Insiders tip We love to work with other pros whom we know will not be a gamble for you.  The better your pros know each other, the smoother the evening goes.  There is no second guessing where the pro will be standing at a crucial moment in the evening, etc.  We know each other well enough to have it all covered prior.  It really is an orchestrated event!  


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