"I refuse to let a party die", says Ra-Mu. "I'll give everthing that I have(in a tasteful manner of course) to make sure that the event not only goes the distance but ends on a definitive high-note."
An alarming recent trend at regional wedding receptions has Ra-Mu and the Crew bewildered. Many wedding DJ can't ensure crowd retention. A wedding reception scheduled from 7pm till midnight ends abrubtly at 10:08pm.
"I've peeked my head into adjacent ballrooms and have seen DJ's literally kill a party", says Ra-Mu. "It's like they don't even care. Some even pack up their equipment while guests are still in the room."
Ra-Mu has raising his concern with other local wedding DJ's for the past couple of months.
"If the DJ cant move the crowd and get people to dance, he/she should refund the brides money", says Ra-Mu. "If I went to a restaurant and paid over $1000 for an entree and it never came, I would want a refund too."
Ra-Mu continues to stress his fellow New England wedding disc jockey peers that making announcements, background dinner music, and aesthetically appealing decor is just one piece of the entertainment puzzle.
"We are hired to ultimately make people dance and have a good time. That is "Act 3" in the figurative play entitled "Complete Wedding Entertainment"
"If we can't get people to dance, we are nothing less than human IPODS with decreasing value", says Ra-Mu. "You show me one bride that would find no-one dancing at her wedding reception acceptable. Fat Chance!"
If you are gettind married in 2011 and are looking to avoid the dance floor drought, call or email Ra-Mu and the Crew today.
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