Wednesday, November 19, 2008


A professional disc jockey is one who has a written contract, meets with the client to answer questions in person, and gives the client a sense of comfort knowing that their event will be in good hands. Once the big day arrives, the DJ will be set-up and ready to go at least an hour before the show (in case something is wrong and needs to swap equipment), and is dressed appropriately for the type of party.

Big Eye wears a tuxedo for wedding receptions....a jacket and tie for any other occasions. I believe it shows respect for the clients and their guests who have usually taken the trouble to look sharp for the occasion.

Look for future tips on how to make sure your event is done right!

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