Weddings and Special Events

In Need of a Great Host?

Your next event is guaranteed to be a good time!  My upbeat and engaging personality makes me easy to work with…without any cheesiness.  My style has best been described by former clients as smooth and refined.  It’s easy for me to read a crowd and determine what type of music would work best.  My radio experience enables me to speak with a pleasant voice and delivery without using the over-the-top DJ voice…there’s nothing worse!. I’m available for weddings, corporate events, holiday parties, birthdays and anniversaries…as well as events that require a Master of Ceremonies.  I have been on hundreds of stages over the course of my career and having said that…I don’t need any of the limelight.  It’s all about your event and making it a smashing success!

I’m a Boston radio personality with more than 25 years of experience, and my specialty is getting people up and on the dance floor! Whether it’s a wedding or a birthday, an anniversary or a corporate event…I work a crowd like no other!

My attention to detail and winning personality makes me the perfect choice to host your next special event.

My top-of-the-line system with a library of over 100,000 songs ensures that you hear every song on your playlist. Feel free to check out my 5 star ratings…you’ll find many happy customers!!

Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

Because I’m a lady and have a feminine touch. I know what music makes people dance and don’t feel the need to talk incessantly because that’s not what the party is there to hear.

What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession?

There aren’t many female DJ’s and my customers always say the same.

How did you decide to get in your line of work?

I’ve been in radio 30 years and in the beginning of my career I did DJ work on the side…back when it was turntables and 45’s. I got out of it and pursued my on-air career. Now that I’ve seen live radio take a huge tumble…I decided to go back to working the crowd…something that I’ve always loved to do.

What is your greatest strength?

My friendly, engaging and outgoing personality. I’m never afraid to laugh at myself!

What do you like most about your job?

Making people smile and filling up that dance floor. There’s nothing more rewarding that having someone say to you…”you played the best music!”

Do you have a favorite story from your work?

Did a wedding this summer on the Cape and it was so bittersweet to see the groom walk in and realize he was blind. I felt sad because he couldn’t see all the fun around him. But his bride was right there by his side and I know he felt the love.

Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.

Weddings are a large part of what I do. But birthdays and kid’s parties are always alot of fun too. I like doing special events where I may be doing auctions etc…I’ve done alot over the years and really enjoy that.

Describe three recent jobs You’ve completed.

250 person wedding in Chatham where they spent 25k on flowers alone! 200 person Halloween party in Hingham…lots of crazy costumes and fun! Cape Cod Challenge…a fundraiser for challenged adults and kids…I always love to give back.

What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What’s your answer?

What size is your library…100,000+

If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

Think of whatever your event is and the music that you’re playing as a salad. You are the dressing…there to enhance:)

What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

Don’t always look for the cheapest quote. Alot of DJ’s like to hear themselves talk. After having been in radio for so long…I know what I sound like…and I don’t need to hear my voice! Also…you don’t see many female DJ’s and I’m one of the best!

Tell us about a recent job you did that you are particularly proud of.

I did a surprise 30th anniversary for a couple in Plymouth. Since it was a surprise…they had no idea that their son Dan had flown in from San Diego. They were in a state of disbelief…greeting their guests and I start playing “Danny Boy”. Still not knowing what’s going on…they turn and look toward the door and in walks their son. Not a dry eye in the house!