Voted "Best Value"
With glowing references from the likes of event pros
Cluadia Hanlin and Stephen Kanard, The Compact Disc Jockeys has the talent and vast resources to provide the music for any kind of affair.
Their vast song collection ranges from Beenie Man to Diana Krall and everyone in betweeen. They offer MCs in English and Spanish as well
as that all to rare commodity:
the female DJ.
"If you are getting a disc jockey" says John Hubela of The Compact Disc Jockeys, "make sure they can mix a variety of music. That's important because you have different generations at a wedding."
John stresses the importance of
getting a DJ that can manage the flow of events. " Look for someone
who understands the different energy levels required during the evening. For the first dance, you need someone who can direct verbally or through the energy level of the music. Your guests must be taken to the next segment, whether it is dining, a hot dance series or your dance with daddy." The sound system sould be professional grade, "and should look good too." says John. continued
John Hubela, founder of
The Compact Disc Jockeys says, "At more intimate affairs, a live band may overwelm the number of guests. A DJ can provide high quality sounds for about one third he cost of a band."
"Consider the DJs appearence, attitude and involvement with your event. Make sure he has a wide variety of music available," Hubela adds.
An alternative to a live band is to hire a disc jockey. "With the right sound system, a DJ can offer quaity entertainment for a good value," says John Hubela of The Compact Disc Jockeys. Hubela adds that couples feel confident with the sound they get from CDs. With an enormous library to choose from, Hubela's DJs can offer a large variety of music.
"The selections are geared toward what the newlyweds want," he says.
"The presentation is alway fun but dignified, not flashy."