Three Things To Make Sure Your Child Understands About Forming A Professional Band

Posted on: 17 October 2017

Teenage bands typically mean that the garage space is taken up for instruments and other band materials. Some teens get very serious with their desire to become a band and actually book gigs and actively advertise their band. If your teenager and their bandmates have talent and you are interested in supporting the band, you can make moves to support them. When your child talks to you about being a professional band, you can send them to a band workshop so that they understand the musical part and the business side. [Read More]

3 Questions To Ask When Booking A DJ For Your Wedding

Posted on: 24 February 2016

Your wedding is one of the most important days in your life. Because of this, you want everything to be perfect. One of the key components of any wedding is choosing a DJ to handle the music for you. But, it can be difficult to choose the right one for your reception. Trying to figure out what DJ is best suited for your reception takes time and asking the right questions to make an informed decision. [Read More]

Planning Your Wedding Reception Playlist: Some Important Dos And Don'ts

Posted on: 8 October 2015

Of course you want your guests to have an amazing time at your wedding reception, and a big part of that will be the music and entertainment provided by your wedding DJ. As the DJ's client, you'll have a lot of say in what gets played at your wedding. As you and your spouse build your wedding reception playlist, then, there are some things to keep in mind to ensure that everybody has a great time mingling and dancing. [Read More]

The Top 3 Ways To Take Care Of Your Guests By Taking Care Of Your DJ

Posted on: 16 April 2015

Many people hire DJs as entertainment for parties and events out of a desire to cut down on responsibilities. But you will have to do some legwork and provide accommodations to allow the DJ to do their job successfully. 1) If you don't give the DJ a songlist, you can't complain about the music. Most DJs are very patient people. They will listen carefully to your preferences and make note of the artists and styles of music you want to be broadcast at your celebration. [Read More]