I got a call on August 7, 2015 to be an emergency DJ at the Mary Witmer and Ryan Healey wedding at Greystone Hall on Saturday, August 8, 2015. With less than 24 hours notice, I put together the playlists, got the bridal party names and worked through the logistics of two separate music systems for both the cocktail hour and the reception. I knew I did well, when one of the Maid’s of Honor requested a song during the dance time and told me, “You are killing it.” Makes you feel good!!
On Friday, April 24th, Joe Griffith and I got to DJ the Conestoga High School Prom for the third year in a row. A great time was had by a crowd of over 500 students and chaperones. It was at the Phoenixville Foundry for the third year in a row and the music was awesome. Congrats to the Conestoga High School Seniors. We will be back in April of 2016.
I had the privilege to DJ the Little Smiles 7th Annual Monte Carlo Night on March 28, 2015. It was held in the Diamond Club at Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies. A fabulous time was had by all and much needed money was raised.
Little Smiles is a volunteer driven, non-profit 501(c)3 children’s charity. Their mission is to help the kids in local hospitals, hospices, shelters and other like facilities.
In my continuing efforts to have the best DJ Equipment to play music, I recently added two new Electro Voice ZLX12 passive speakers as my new backup speakers. I now have 4 of them and they rock. In conjunction with my Electro Voice ZX-A-1 Subwoofer, the sound is unbelievable. I also just added a Crown XLS1500 Amp as my new backup Amp. I loved my QSC GX3, but this new Crown Amp is 16 pounds lighter and it performs the same as the QSC. Thanks QSC for 6 great years of performance.
Thanks to everyone for a great 2014. December was a busy month with 11 Holiday Parties and Sweet 16 Parties throughout the Delaware Valley. Christmas Music was great, but it is nice to hear some of the best new songs of the day. My favorites are “Uptown Funk” and “Love Me Harder”. Check out my photo with the “Elsa” lookalike and my DJ friend, Joe Griffith. We only played “Let It Go” about 7 times that day.