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Ending Your Wedding Reception On The Right Note

After planning the date, finding the venue and arranging all of the other details needed for a great wedding, you may have thought about the last song you would like to have played at your reception. In my experience it can really put an exclamation point on the end of a terrific night. However, deciding the last song of the night before your wedding day has even arrived can be like calling the last play of a football game before it is has even started. You don’t know what is going to be happening at the end and who will be there. It might be good to have a couple of options.

Let the Scanning Begin

So, yesterday was Black Friday. To me it is more about sleeping off all the turkey and catching up on the highlights from yesterday’s game, but for most women, including my wife Dani, its about shopping. Everyone is getting up early, just to get trampled by the more zealous women hurdling herself at the sale rack. To each their own, right?

How to Avoid Awkward Music Moments

I’ve been DJing for almost 20 years and I can honestly tell you there are very few things that have stayed the same. The only ones I can think of now can be summed up into three facts. Fact number one: Everyone likes a good beat. Fact number two: Everyone likes a catchy chorus. Fact number three: Most people don’t know half of the words to even their favorite song.

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10 Reasons to keep Jay-Z out of Your Wedding Reception

I recently Tweeted about the surprise announcement from rapper and hip-hop mogul Jay-Z. If you haven’t heard, Jay-Z will be adding wedding DJ to his resume. Surprising right?!? Although at first thought this may sound tempting to you, pay attention to what Jay Z says following his announcement, “I’m gonna work on (wedding DJing) for six months, then I’m gonna find out which DJ makes the most and charge double and tour, do weddings.”

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