In this article I cover the subject of music for your party or wedding reception, and how I will work with you to to ensure a full dance floor.
I hear many unfortunate stories of some local DJ’s who don’t understand the difference music genres such as Motown, Soul, 80′ & 90’s.
Your Party – Your Music
It’s likely that most people who will be attending your celebration will have a different taste or preference in music. As your Wedding & Party DJ, my aim is to ensure that you and your guests have a fantastic evening, and hear the music that everyone wants to hear.
I have over 30 years of experience on what fills the dance floor. My music collection is the envy of most DJs. That means that if you want music from the 1930’s through the the current chart scene, I will ensure your music is played.
Many clients invite guests covering a range of age groups. We have something for everyone from toddlers to Uncle Albert!
I love receiving requests during a function from your guests. Many clients these days ask if they can send me a list of their favourite songs to play during the evening. That’s fine with me, and it adds a personal touch to the proceedings.
It can also be great fun to ask guests beforehand for a favourite song to be played. These lists can be emailed to me prior to your party.
If you are going to create a playlist, I recommend that it should be limited to about 25 songs. This allows requests on the night and also enables me to slot in other appropriate songs to keep the flow going and the floor full. Remember whilst slow songs and background music requests are fine and a change of tempo, people usually will want to dance for the majority of the evening.
Types of Music
I’ve everything to ensure a full dance floor. I will also source any additional tracks if required.
I also cover of specialised theme nights which are increasingly popular such as 70’s 80’s, 90’s, Salsa and Motown. So if you are planning a themed evening, East Anglian Discos will be the perfect disco for you.
I am also DJ’d a number of specialist evenings such as Colombian, Indian and Dutch.