Music makes every event better!
28,000 songs available for karaoke.
Djing with many genres...
We love bringing music to an event.
Music really does make an event better.
We are a customer oriented business striving to make every event fun!
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
We typically like to meet with a new customer up to four weeks in advance of an event.
We find that meeting face to face and going over our "contract" allows both parties to understand all the details.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
When I was in high school a group of friends and I ran a "pirate" radio station.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.
We typically charge $300 for a four hour show, with the possibility of overtime at $75 per hour. This is not a "hard and fast" rule, but a guideline.
Wedding receptions are usually $800 fixed rate, if ceremony music is needed it is $150 more.
We provide karaoke, if desired, at no extra cost.
We prefer to charge a fixed rate with no extra hidden costs, with the exception of last minute requests for overtime. It is not uncommon for a customer to want to extend the party when things are going well. We can usually accommodate that.
How did you get started in this business?
In high school, several of my friends and I ran a pirate radio station. One is a radio dj today.
We learned how to mix music, and vocals, and had a great deal of fun with it.
About 2006, we had been singing karaoke and the dj there was at a home party and let me run his system briefly. He was impressed with how I did things and hired us to work karaoke shows at local taverns. We continued on after he got out of the business.
What types of customers have you worked with?
We have worked with all types of customers.
We have dj'd at wedding receptions of many different genres of music.
While my experstise are in 80's and classic rock, I do have an affinity for Europop and hard rock. We have done "all country" wedding receptions were the customers were very happy, despite this not being a genre of music I am familiar with.
Describe a recent event you are fond of.
We had a New Year's Eve show that ended after 3am. Almost nonstop singing! We had a really good time as well.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
Ask about music knowledge, lighting and if karaoke, what songs they might have.
Contracts are a good thing, as it ensures you have someone coming and they know where, when and how they will be doing things at your event.
What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?
What are you really looking for?
Do you want an interactive dj, that drives the show?
Is there any music, or songs, that you definitely do not want at your event.
Are "adult" lyrics acceptable?
Will the dj need anything, table, chairs, how much power is required?