The Music Masters
The music played at your event should be meaningful to you and memorable and fun for your guests. Take your time in deciding what should be played and when.
Do you want background music played during a cocktail hour or meal? You can have instrumental jazz, classic jazz, swing/big band, adult contemporary or your own selections played at a soft level so guests can still socialize.
For weddings, decide which specialty dances you would like. This includes dances for the bride and groom, the bridal party, bride and/or groom dances with parents, anniversary dance, bouquet toss, garter toss, etc. Some of these dances can be combined with others into one song and you should only do the dances that interest you.
For special events, do you want to have any specialty dances? This includes birthday and anniversary dances or a dance for the guest(s) of honor.
What type of music do you want played for the rest of the evening? You can specify by song or by genre of music (big band, Motown, disco, 50s, modern dance, classic rock, techno, etc.) A DJ can only play 15 to 20 songs per hour, so keep this in mind when selecting music. If you select more than a few dozen songs, be sure to specially mark up to 10 as "must plays."
How loud should the music be played? The most popular complaint about DJs is that they're too loud. Usually this is the DJs fault but you can avoid it by making sure that the DJ understands that you want people to still be able to socialize and enjoy the evening. All Night DJs keeps an “ear out” to make sure guests enjoy their evening.
All Night DJs carries a wide range of music including:
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