Quality always trumps quantity.
“If I hear this song at one more wedding I’m going to throw myself on my dinner knife!” Sound familiar? We have all been at that wedding and silently vowed that when our day comes, our guests will never make a similar statement. With over 25 years in the industry, I am convinced that quality always trumps quantity.

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.


It starts with an eclectic and fabulous cocktail and dinner set, which establishes the tone for the evening and is just as important as your dance tunes. As the night progresses, the build-up of anticipation I have created will reach its final crescendo as your guests hit the floor. My goal is to always have an energetic and intimate dance floor, and it won’t be full because of cheesy jokes or cheap gimmicks, but because the quality of music I play will make everyone from your ten-year-old cousin to your 90-year-old grandma want to get up and get down.
Whether you’re into Indie, Motown, Jazz, Standards, or a mix of what you love, your music will always reflect who you are as a couple.

With me, you’ll own the night… and the dance floor!


As for your ‘Do Not Play’ list I get you. No, really I get you!
I am there to help you create the atmosphere you have envisioned for your wedding day. That’s why we meet one-on-one to develop a playlist that is tailor-made for you. Not for the wedding I did last week or the wedding I have next month, but for your wedding. Since many memories are attached to music —people, places, and experiences — I want and I encourage your participation in choosing music for your wedding day. We are a team that will build a playlist based on my years of experience and your knowledge of who is in the room. So, if you know your guests are expecting to hear a certain song that’s the staple at every family gathering or your college pals can’t wait to sing the fight song at the top of their lungs, it would be foolish not to listen to what you know about your family and friends.

Give Me A 'Shout'

I'd love to hear all about your wedding or event.

Give Me A 'Shout'

I'd love to hear all about your wedding or event.

As for your ‘Do Not Play’ list I get you. No, really I get you! First, I do not play any of those hokey, choo-choo train songs, and if a guest asks me for something I’m not sure you want played, I will take a minute to come and find you so you can give me the ‘okay’ or ‘nay’… although it’s pretty hilarious to me what you’ll okay at 11 p.m. on your wedding day.