Music is one thing that truly brings people together. There is nothing like sitting around a campfire listening to your one hippy friend jam on the acoustic guitar. Or perhaps your style is more up in the club listening to some dirty hip hop while you grind on strangers. Even still, you could prefer a Willy Nelson concert all dressed in flannel while you sip whiskey and slowly rock your head. Whatever your musical preference, music is something that is important to all of us and at every get together we have it is an imperative to have some good tunes. So when it comes to big get-togethers with friends this author suggests you take the time that is necessary to ensure that you find the best possible entertainment. This means that it is not okay to simply put on a pandora station from a band you like a bit. The commercials and random unknown music that are intermixed can really kill the mood. Even iPods have a limited playlist and can eventually start playing the same tracks over and over again. This is not the kind of ambiance you want for your end of year staff party, wedding reception or retirement party. Unless you are some strange type of anti fun individual, you likely want to have a rocking party where people are dancing their tails off, drinking their faces off, and one that people will be raving about for years to come. This party is attainable if you take the right steps and avoid the most common mistakes.
To avoid all of this nonsense and stress, call in a group of professional music coordinators. You will want to find a company that that has experience. A company that has been around for a while and has a positive reputation for success. You do not want some company managing the tunes at your wedding reception that does not take requests and simply plays the chicken dance and the electric slide on repeat for four hours. This can turn the best day of your life into one of the worst. You want a company that will show up early and leave late. You want a company that will dress and act professionally around your guests. You want a company that will take requests and make announcements if needed. Another drawback of these big companies is that they always cost an arm and a leg to book. Do not let this be the case for you. Search long and hard to assure you find a company that will be flexible with their scheduling to meet all of your needs, and one that will only ask you to sign a contract before hand instead of asking for a hefty down payment or “security deposit.” I suppose what this author is really trying to say is that you should not just choose the first music company you see. Do your research. Talk to friends and relatives and check references. Make sure that the company you decide to shell out your hard earned cash to book, has a reputation of pleasing its customers.
A Music Plus Entertainment & DJs
5475 Peoria St. #4-104,
Denver, CO 80239