- Who is actually going to be the DJ at your wedding reception? Many larger DJ Service Companies have dozens of DJs
working for them. Unless you specifically request a DJ you know in advance, chances are you won't know who the DJ is until
a week or two prior to you actual date. At Music On The Move, I do all my own shows. I don't overbook dates or "farm out"
shows to other companies. I think it is important you know right up front who is going be the DJ at your reception or party.
I am there for you throughout the entire planning process!
- What style of DJ do you want? My style is all about the
music. Playing the music YOU WANT TO HEAR is very important to me! If you are looking for a DJ who will put chicken heads
on the bride & groom and have them lead the chicken dance, then you should immediately go to another website because that's
not what Music On The Move is all about. For me, it's all about playing the right songs at the right times. Playing music
to satisfy every age group on your guest list, along with playing requests (within reason) & music YOU have specifically picked
out ahead of time is what makes up the recipe for a successful event!
- What type of equipment does the DJ use? At
Music On The Move, I spin 100% Cd's. In my opinion, I believe Cd's still sound better than Mp3's and laptop based systems.
In addition, if a DJ's music library is all contained within a laptop computer & the system crashes at your event, then you
are SOL without a backup system of Cd's.
- Are there any hidden or extra charges? Included in Music On The Move's price
is dance floor lighting, use of a wireless mic & travel within Cleveland, Akron & Canton, OH. Events west of Sandusky, west
of Norwalk, south of Lodi, south of Canton, east of Newton Falls & east of Mentor, Ohio would constitute a nominal travel
charge. Extra hours are priced the same, whether they are booked in advance or at the event!
- Why is there such a
wide range of prices? While shopping for various bridal/wedding services, you will find many different price ranges for DJ's,
photographers, wedding cakes, etc. My best advice is to shop around. It is important to remember that the most expensive
isn't necessarily the best. Nor should you buy based on whomever is the cheapest! Make your bridal & wedding services purchasing
decisions based on referrals, someone you feel a good rapport with & where you get the most value for your money!