New Orleans Sound Machine
Kirk exceeded our expectations in every way and helped make our wedding reception a night to remember! I was most impressed by his customer focus and his sincere care to make sure that the night executed perfectly. He also made sure to always be on the same page as our coordinator and was flexible enough to accommodate unexpected changes in the schedule without missing a beat (no pun intended). Kirk leveraged his DJ experience during the planning stages to give great insight into how the reception could go and worked with our playlists to make sure that all our songs were played. What a fun night!
We had a great experience working with Kirk. Would definitely recommend him!
Kirk was fantastic! Very professional and didn't need a thing from us the day of the wedding, which was great. He ran around and went above and beyond in ways that I didn't even find out about until after the wedding- he made it look that smooth. He acted as the emcee for my wedding and made me look like I had planned everything to a T...when in fact I hadn't. Very much worth every dollar we paid. Thank you Kirk!
Kirk was great!!! He is very easy to work with and extremely professional. One thing I can't stand is cheesy DJs, Kirk was the exact opposite! I gave him a general idea of what we wanted the reception to be like and he took it from there. I had requested a couple of songs not to be played and a couple to be played, Kirk accomodated all of these requests. He acted as the Emcee for the reception and was great at keeping my husband and I in the loop about what was happening next so that we would have time to grab a drink or find each other. He also checked in with me a couple of times to make sure the vibe was what we expected, I loved that! The dance floor was packed which was exactly what we wanted. Thanks Kirk!
Next to the wedding ceremony, your wedding reception is the biggest part of your wedding day and aside from the food and drink, the most important part of your wedding reception is the music. In the United States it has become very common to use a Disc Jockey (DJ) to provide the music and emcee at wedding receptions. Finding a DJ for your reception is probably going to be a bit more complicated but a lot more important decision than you may think.
We’re here to help...
We’re here to help by trying to go over some basic do’s and don’ts in finding just the right DJ for your special day. We’ll go over whether a DJ or a band is right for you, how to choose the right DJ, what to expect and ask for from them, a bit about the contract, and some common problems to look out for.
The #1 Wedding DJ, Corporate DJ and Private Party DJ.
You can count on a professional service that is as entertaining and appropriate.
With a commitment to customer service and attention to detail, there is no better choice.
We will work with you before the event to discuss exactly what you want and arrive on time, with the correct equipment and the all the music you requested plus thousands of additional songs.
We love what we do and it shows.
Our prices are competitive with anyone in town and our service is simply the best...
Fabulous Wedding DJs
Thanks for everything! Our wedding was perfect. Thanks for all of your help. We really appreciate you taking your time to meet with us several times before the wedding to get everything arranged. I also appreciate you keeping in touch with me via e-mail during the months leading up to the wedding. Thanks for working with our duet to get their sound system perfect for the ceremony.
Kirk, I would have to say that your professionalism and demeanor was definitely the best, 10 out of 10! Of all the vendors we used you and the photographer were our favorite... We appreciated your disposition and didn't have a worry as the night progressed. We would recommend your services to anyone! If only the person who made the cake had your expertise....
Finding the right DJ is essential to having a great wedding reception, hire the wrong one and it can ruin your whole day! A bad DJ can actually turn your reception into a nightmare, so this really is a very important decision and should be made very carefully.
People usually opt to use DJs because it’s simpler than dealing with a live band and usually less expensive. You will usually find quite a few DJs in your area to choose from, and they will range in experience from casual guys that moonlight and do it on the side to professional wedding and corporate DJ companies and DJ’s that can come equipped with their own light show if that’s what you want.
The bottom line in deciding on your DJ, and the single most determining factor, should be experience, experience, experience. You should always opt for the DJ with the most experience - specifically wedding reception experience - that you
There is a flow to wedding receptions and a professional, experienced wedding DJ that has done many receptions is familiar with how receptions proceed, the traditions, and how to emcee and keep your reception moving along and keep your guests happy and dancing. There is also nobody that can save your reception faster when something goes wrong, food gets delayed, or other things happen, than a really experienced wedding reception DJ. Most of the time your guests will never know of a problem as the DJ has kept them entertained while the problem was fixed.
One of the best ways to find a top-notch wedding DJ is to ask the venue where you are having your reception if they have one that has done numerous weddings there that they can recommend. A DJ that knows the venue and the support staff and has worked it many times before is a real advantage, obviously has the experience and can really help things run super smoothly.
If you are using a DJ company, a good idea is to always insist on hiring the owner of the company. The owner will probably cost more to hire but they will almost always have more experience and it is usually well worth the extra money. You can specify this in your contract with no substitutions allowed so they can’t switch at the last minute. But getting back to what we talked about before, always have your own backup plan, even if you’re using the best DJ company on the planet, and always check in quickly and confirm a month, and then the week before your wedding to make sure everything is still on track.
Another good way to find a good DJ is word of mouth or personal experience. Ask co-workers and friends or maybe the DJ that did that awesome job at the last wedding you went to is available.