I have been a DJ for approx. 45 years (boy and man) and it is something I love doing. I was a founder member of the Cambridge Discotheque Association in the 1970s and 80s and part of what we did included supporting local charities with fund raising events.
I have DJ’d at all sorts of events – birthdays, anniversaries, clubs, summer balls, university galas, etc. but one of my top passions is weddings.
I have been doing weddings for about 35 years and in all that time I have never had a complaint from anyone about the standard of the entertainment provided.
I have a vast knowledge of music and I always use the best equipment, e.g. sound and lighting to ensure our customers have the best entertainment experience for their special event.
I started DJing in the early 1970's at my local youth club using my homemade music and sound system.
It was then that I started collecting music and I now have a very large and varied collection consisting of all types of genre.
My passion is DJing and I enjoy playing music at all types of event, including Birthday's, wedding's, and Anniversaries.
Every event is different and as a DJ I beleive that you have to go with the flow and play to the crowd, it's important to keep people on the dance floor because while they are dancing, they are enjoying themselves and that's my job!
Disc Jockey or DJ [definition]
1. a person who conducts a radio broadcast consisting of recorded music, informal talk, commercial announcements, etc.
2. a person who selects, plays, and announces records at a discotheque.