“Licensed and Insured” Please call -775-560-4601 PRICES: Always extra microphones, Emcee Services, FREE Ceremony music…a $400 deposit is required which goes toward the remaining balance $850—(4 hours) 2 Speakers no light Show-up to 75 people $995—(5 hours) 3 speakers w/ Small Light Show—up to 150 people $1095–(5-6 hours) 3 speakers w/ Subwoofer & Full Laser Light Show 150-400 people ($500 Deposit) Serving Northern Nevada, Lake Tahoe, San Francisco, and Monterey, Proud Member of The Association For Wedding Professionals & The American Disk Jockey Association
Jack, The Music Doctor Always:
Introduces the bride, groom and wedding party
Provides song lists, and reception guide forms
Meets with all clients twice or more before each event
Directs entire reception carefully (dinner, cake cutting, first dance, parents dances, etc.)
Coordinates all activities with the photographer, banquet captains and YOU.
Just something to think about…After being a DJ/ Emcee for many years, I understand, planning a wedding can be very expensive…if I may, I thought I would like to give you some things to consider when it comes to hiring your Wedding Entertainment.
Many couples spend a lot on the flowers, cake, food, and banquet venue–so much so that they tend to forget about how important the DJ is in keeping friends and family members there after the dinner and soon to-follow cake cutting. Having an experienced DJ with over 190,000 song titles will ‘justify’ all the money you have budgeted on the flowers, cake, food, and banquet venue.
A good well-seasoned DJ will be able to make sure everyone will stay for the ceremonial dances along with cleverly handling the extra activities (Garter / Bouquet; Money Dance; or other special requests) … He would also have the unique ability to ‘read the crowd’ so as to know when to change up the genre or play a nice slow ballad for the couples that are in attendance that keeps the mood fun and romantic and not a circus-like atmosphere all night long.
In reality according to “Brides Magazine” people remember the entertainment more than the flowers, cake and food. When over a hundred brides were asked what they would do different if they could do it all over again, most replied that they would have “concentrated more on the entertainment because that is what keeps people there all night.”
Frankly, when you hire a good DJ you are hiring an Announcer, Lighting Tech, Sound Operator, Emcee, Wedding Entertainment Director, a Music Expert And not to mention a fantastic Sound System with extra Microphones for speeches and ceremony accommodations. Okay enough about that…
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