Welcome to Last Dance entertainment!
And thanks so much for coming by. I’m excited for you to check out all the information I’ve put up on this site. It’s here to help you find the best entertainment for you, whether it ends up being me or someone else. Of course, I hope it’s me. If it’s not me, I’ll become very depressed and I might take solace in a gallon of Chocolate Malted Crunch or two dozen Krispy Kremes. And a Diet Cola. It’s in your hands…
Now, this “about me” section is curious, because what I do is never about me. It’s about you, the happy engaged couple. It’s about your parents and your wedding party and your friends and family and your ringbearer (which might be your pet chinchilla Roscoe). Here’s a video that shows how I focus your guests on your wedding party with a very unique Grand Entrance:
As you can see, this makes your wedding party feel very special and important! And the wedding guests have a blast with it.
Sure, it’s important to know that I’ve been planning and DJing weddings & receptions for almost two decades and all my clients have been more than thrilled with how their receptions turned out.
But, unlike a lot of DJ’s, I don’t make your reception about me. I don’t turn into “DJ Clown” and pass out toy guitars & funny hats. I also avoid the Chicken Dance, the Macarena, the YMCA, and even played out disco like Celebration and Brickhouse–but, again, this is about you so if that’s what you want–please leave now. Of course, I’m kidding–and I would be thrilled to help you build a wedding day that’s exactly how you’ve always dreamed it would be.
I add a lot of fun and unique touches to your reception so your guests feel involved–that is, they feel more like a part of your day instead of a by-stander.
When we incorporate your ideas and dreams, your friends and family will notice and enjoy themselves even more. I’ll go over these unique ideas at our first consultation.
Hopefully, you’ve already seen me at another reception. If you haven’t seen me, I’d love to show you what I do when we meet. (And please don’t ask to “pop in” at someone else’s wedding…you probably won’t learn anything unless you stay and watch the entire night. Also, would you be okay with some random strangers showing up at your wedding?).
And, again, if you’ve already seen me in action, you already know all of this “about me” stuff. And you also already know that it’s not about me . . .It’s about you.