Deejay/Host/Entertainer

Celebrity Encounters

Celebrity Encounters

Although I’ve deejayed hundreds of events over the years, I’ve never really spent much time taking pictures, because, quite honestly, it’s not what you’re thinking about when you’re trying to keep a dance floor packed. So over the next few weeks and months I’ll start snapping more pics and posting them. In the meantime, I’m going to post a few...

Choosing The Right Music

Choosing The Right Music

THE MUSIC AT YOUR EVENT: Choosing the music in advance is a great way to ensure that your wishes are followed and the right atmosphere is created. Requests are welcome, but it is important to note that not every request can be played. If a song is unfamiliar to the majority of your guests, if it doesn’t fit the tone of the event, if there are time constraints,...

Performance DeeJay

Performance DeeJay

For many years, I have achieved a great deal of success as a “performance deejay” – one who interacts with the music (lip-syncing, often with costumes) and the guests (who often end up on stage with me, dressed outrageously).  A good performance deejay can considerable fun to the evening; a bad one can overwhelm the party.  But when done well, it can...

Your Wedding

Your Wedding

Perhaps the most important event in your life, your wedding will likely be remembered as both one of the most well-planned events you’ve managed – and also one of the most chaotic. Hiring the right deejay is a great way to control one of the most crucial elements of the evening. I believe that my job begins not when the first dance occurs,...

Successful wedding

Successful wedding

Wow! That was fun! I deejayed the wedding of John and Paula in Queenston, Ontario, right on the border of the U.S. The Queenston Heights restaurant is a beautiful spot (even if we kept blowing out the power!) – and the staff was amazing, friendly and helpful. The coolest thing about the wedding was that Paula and John had a definite vision in mind. Their...

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