FAQ’s (asked from the view­point of dif­fer­ent wed­ding guest)

Q: Can I ask you a question?

A: Sure. (with a smile):)

Q: Do you take request?

A: Sure.

Q: Nobody’s danc­ing, can you change the music?

A: It’s cock­tail hour.

Q: Later on (same per­son asks) can you play the hokey pokey?

A: I‘m sorry, that’s on the bride and grooms “Do Not Play, Playlist”.

Q: Best man comes up and asks… can you tell me when my toast is happening?

A: Sure, It’s on the time­line… towards the mid­dle of din­ner, around 7:20pm and I’ll have a wire­less mic for you to use.

Q: Another per­son comes up and asks… Can you play some­thing we can dance to?

A: It’s din­ner time.

Q: Music lover comes up and asks… What type of sys­tem are you using, it sounds GREAT?!!

A: Ser­ato w/T1200’s… and I have the Rane “68”

Q: He con­tin­ues… I’ve been want­ing to get into DJing, could I work under your company?

A: No, sorry.

Q: Old dude asks… Can you play some Johnny Cash?

A: I think so… let me see what I can do for ya.

Q: Your aunt comes up and asks… Can you play “Brick­house”, I know that will get every­one dancing?

Reply: Really, will it?

Q: Can you play “Loveshack”?

A: That’s on the bride and grooms “Do Not Play, Playlist”.

Q: Can you play some­thing we can dance to?

A: I am… and the dance floor is “PACKED!”

Q: Can you play the Y.M.C.A.?

A: Sorry, I don’t have it on me tonight… (even though I prob­a­bly do, somewhere)

Q: Do you have that one song, it goes… (insert per­son singing here)?

A: Can you be a lit­tle more spe­cific, do you know artist name or song title?

Q: Another per­son comes up and asks: Do you have that one song, it goes… (insert another per­son singing here)?

A: Yeah, that’s the song from the ONCE sound­track – “Falling Slowly”. I’ll see if I can get it on (later) for a slow dance

Q: Can you play Prince?

A: Yes!

Q: When are you gonna play my request?

A: When I get back to that BPM range.

Q: Can you play some­thing up-beat?

A: This is the first “Slow Dance Song” I’ve played all night.

Q: I was in the bath­room when you played my song, can you play it again?

A: No.

Q: Can you play (insert EXPLICIT TRACK here)?

A: Sorry, I don’t have it.

Q: I have the CD in my car, if I go get it… then can you play it.

A: I don’t use CD play­ers, I use turnta­bles. Do you have it on vinyl?

…then the per­son just looks at me like “what’s vinyl”!!

Q: A dif­fer­ent per­son asks… Can I make a song request?

A: Sure, what would you like to hear?

Reply: Um… um… I’ll come back when I can think of something.

My Reply: O.K.

Q: Can I ded­i­cate  a song to that girl… right there?

A: Sorry, dude. Today’s about the bride & groom.

Q: Your Maid of Honor comes up… Do you have a card, you’re rockin’ it tonight?

A: Yes. Let me get it for you.

Q: Rude per­son says… When are you gonna change it up?

A: About every 3 or 4 songs.

Q: Your friend that want to be a wed­ding plan­ner… I don’t know if you for­got, but isn’t their sup­posed to be a cake cutting?

A: The cake cut­ting is on the time­line… it’s com­ing up at 8:45pm

Q: Same CrAzY aunt from before… Will you please!! play “the Elec­tric Slide”?

A: Again, it’s on the bride & grooms “Do Not Play, Playlist” but you can do the elec­tric slide to whichever song you’d like.

Q: 14 yr. old rave kid asks… Can you play some drum & bass or trance?

A: As much as I’d like to, it’s just NOT appro­pri­ate for a wed­ding reception.