I couldn’t agree more with that statement. And I AM a wedding DJ. Whenever I’m talking with someone and the conversation gets around to what I do for a living their reaction to my informing them that I own a wedding DJ company is often something along the lines of, “Wedding DJs are so cheesy aren't they?” After I thank them for their unsolicited opinion I usually do something they don’t quite expect. I agree with them.
After all, that person is correct. Most wedding DJs ARE cheesy. Or corny. Or…
“What size audience does your tribute band draw?” Sometimes it’s worded as, “What type of ticket sales can you generate?”
For years, I’ve struggled to answer that type of question for two primary reasons.
1) Tribute bands are often booked in venues that offer the tribute act as a free show or as part of…Read more
"I'll wait to book my wedding DJ until about 2 or 3 months before my wedding after I've booked all of the IMPORTANT stuff. I mean all wedding DJs are basically the same right?"
That is what we hear from almost all of the wedding couples we speak with daily.
The funny thing is that we also hear something completely different from those same couples AFTER their wedding.
"The DJ we hired was horrible and it totally ruined our wedding."
"The DJ messed up important names or didn't make the announcements we…