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I have an Ipod, why should I hire a DJ?

Having a DJ at your event ensures that it will run smoothly with no musical interruption. Also a DJ has the ability to make adjustments on the spot to keep people in the mix, as well as providing high end pro sound equipment such as speakers that far surpass  most home audio systems.

What kind of music do you play?

I have an extensive collection of music which includes over 20,000 songs encompassing most musical styles and genres. I specialize in playing something for everyone when I DJ  a party, and finding the songs that bridge the gap. Utilizing my New Jersey DJ experience to make your party a memorable one!

Do you have backup equipment?

At all times I carry a complete backup system (mp3 players, amplifiers, speakers and microphones)  in my van that is almost a mirror image of the setup I will be using; in the rare event of an equipment failure.

Are you insured?

Yes, and proof of insurance is available upon request.

Which areas do you serve?

I am a New Jersey DJ who serves the entire state, from The Grand Ballroom at The Taj Mahal in Atlantic City to Greenwood Lake Airport at the top of the state! As well as having the ability to do out of state events. In the past I have worked in New York City, Philadelphia and other areas of Pennyslvania, and Delaware.

What happens if you become ill, or something beyond your control comes up the day of the event?

Being a dedicated New Jersey DJ means I have never missed an event in the past. In the event that an emergency arises I have multiple DJ services that I associate with, in order to provide a last minute replacement; at the same high level of service.

Which format is your music stored on?

In the fall of 2009 I made the switch to an all digital music system utilizing the latest in MP3 technology to ensure the highest possible sound quality and to be the ultimate New Jersey DJ. While performing at an event I always have triple of my music  stored on multiple hard drives for backup protection.