Choosing The Right Music For Your Event...
Don't think the music is only there
for you to enjoy!
This goes for any event....Age is the one most important factor in the choice of music for the evening, not what the hosts like to hear. Here's an example. I hear it all the time at wedding receptions, generally when the dance floor has a good amount of happy people dancing, "I'm the brides mother (or sister), turn this crap off and play something good". Think about it O' great one, look on the dance floor and tell me that your older crowd as well as the fun youngsters aren't having a blast dancing, and you want to ruin it for them. Tell me that you paid a professional a lot of money so you can tell them how much better you are at picking music than they are are. Tell me you have REALLY thought about what everybody else may be enjoying and dancing to throughout the evening. The point is that you need to let everybody enjoy a wide range of music, not only the scheduled songs you wanted to hear. If you don't remember this, then a lot of mixed members of your crowd will do one or all of the following:
1) Talk about how terrible the DJ is with their music
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