Money well spent.
After you’ve devoted months to meticulously planning your wedding, it only makes sense to end the evening on a high note. I firmly believe that there is no other decision related to your wedding day that can match the positive or negative effect a Disc Jockey will ultimately have on your big day. My DJ pals think I’m crazy for putting my pricing front-and-center (but I don’t do anything like my DJ pals). Time-and-time again I am thanked by my couples for being honest about the cost and for not making them dig around to find my pricing.



No packages. No gimmicks. No hidden fees.*
Many DJ companies quote an attractive four-hour price, knowing that receptions typically run six hours. They sell you a light show, overtime fees, wireless microphone, a speaker system, and other add-ons.

Write Me A Line

I do my best contact through email after a 2am gig.

Write Me A Line

I do my best contact through email after a 2am gig.

Like your marriage, my approach to your wedding is based on collaboration and respecting what the day is all about — YOU. Your reception is not the ‘Mary Ann Show.’ It is often said that it’s hard to define class, but you know when you see it. A tasteful, personal, and of course, fabulously fun atmosphere is what I aspire to when I celebrate with you on your wedding day.


* I do charge extra if you need an additional sound system for your ceremony or cocktail hour in another room or location, but most of my couples have a six- or seven-hour event, which I cover from start to finish with everything included. Notice this text is not smaller than the rest.– ma