The dreaded “Do Not Play” list

August 3, 2007

Some Brides and Grooms will trust the DJ to play appropriate music for the Ceremony & Reception. Thank you

Others will try to program the entire night for the DJ (why don’t you just get an mp3 player?)

Others “wish” songs into the cornfield. 

Respect the musical decisions of your professionals.  We do this for a living. Yes we need to receive input from the Bride and Groom but be careful to cut out the “cheesy” songs as you will finds this can be detrimental to the dancefloor.

A wedding reception is not a “Nightclub” nor is it the time and place to prove to your friends and family that you’re into obscure music.

You have got a lot of friends and family from all over and all ages that want to have a good time.

Remember….”What happens at a Wedding Reception; Stays at a Wedding Reception”

www.SoundProEntertainment.com

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