Q: 

     There are going to be kids or older people at my event.  Will you play explicit lyric music while they are there?

A: 

     We have a rule that we don’t play explicite lyrics music while kids are present.  Now we may have one slip past. 

UNLESS given permission by the Bride or Groom

 If we have the clean version, it will be played, otherwise we will make every effort to get a clean version.  This way none of your guests are offended.  Later in the night when they are not around, anything is fair game.

Q: 

     I have some unusual ideas for my event.  Are you able to help?

A: 

     We specialize in the unusual ideas and would be more than happy to help.

For example we had a Best Man choose to sing during his toast.

Q: 

     Do you have any special needs?

A: 

     We only need a table to set our equipment on.  

Q: 

     If I give you a list of songs, can you play them?

A: 

     There is a spot on our wedding sheet that is reserved for song you want to hear.  We make every effort to get them played, however there is only a certain amount of time.  

     This is actually preferred.

Q: 

     I have a relative that always requests terrible music.  Can you not play their requests.

A: 

     This question is also asked during our meeting.  If this is the case, we will ask you to point out the guest and when they ask, we will say that the Bride and Groom has given us a playlist to go off of.  This usually keeps them from requesting again. However if needed we will direct them back to you for approval.  If you want to hear the song, then of course it is added to the playlist.

Q: 

     What types of music do you have?

A: 

     If is available, we have access to almost any song.  Here are a few places we purchase music from:

Apple, Amazon, You Tube, and more