How do you compliment a good DJ?
Thank you very much. I am glad that we got someone so professional. I just wanted to thank you for Friday night, the DJ did a fantastic job playing great music that got everyone going on the dance floor! The music was great, everyone had such a good night and the DJ was fantastic!
How would you describe a DJ?
A disc jockey, more commonly abbreviated as DJ, is a person who plays recorded music for an audience. Mixers are also used to pre-listen to sources of recorded music in headphones and adjust upcoming tracks to mix with currently playing music.
How much do DJs charge per hour?
Typically, the numbers sit anywhere from $50 to $200 an hour. But can go even higher than that if you’re getting an in-demand DJ. If you’re charging per event, from a few hundred to a few thousand. But keep in mind prices will vary for DJs offering different packages for different events.
Are DJs worth it?
Going after a career in DJing is going to be riskier than a ‘normal’ career, but as they say: “if you don’t play, you can’t win”. If you are a naturally creative person and have a good feel for music, then that makes you suitable for the job, making it worth it.
Who invented DJ?
In 1943, radio DJ Jimmy Savile launched the world’s first DJ dance party by playing jazz records in the upstairs function room of the Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds in Otley, England.
How much should I charge as a new DJ?
DJs may charge an hourly rate that fluctuates depending on the type of event you are hosting. For example, a DJ may charge $75 per hour for corporate parties and $100 per hour for weddings.
Is a DJ or live band better for a wedding?
Wedding DJs are a better option if you consider variety the spice of reception life. They can simply provide a much wider breadth of music genre options and can essentially play any song you request. Bands typically come prepared with a previously agreed upon set list—requests aren’t always on the table.
Is a band or a DJ more expensive?
A band is almost always more expensive than a DJ (there are more people and more equipment involved) so take a good look at your budget and decide how much you can spend on your music.