So in between prom and wedding season, I head on down to Zolfo Springs (skipped Paul’s Kitchen, darn) to provide some awesome music plus line dances for Sid and Floyd’s grad party. There weren’t a huge dance crowd, but that’s OK because they still partied– plus the food was to die for. They were as great a host as you could want. Check out the pics and video below!
Tim and Patty with Storybook Weddings are dear friends of mine; so when they told me their song was coming from Afghanistan and they wanted to throw him a party, I had to be able to help! It’s always an honor to help those who sacrifice for our freedoms!
This crowd LOVED to line dance, too! Check out the pics and video below. Thanks to Rockin’ H Ranch in Lakeland for being such great hosts!
The 4 Points Sheraton Sebring, better known as Chateau Elán, is transforming their lobby into a night club, and tonight was the gran opening. While most of the people hung out at the bar for LOTS of cheap drink specials, or checked out the Hookah Lounge or VIP areas, a few came to dance.
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I went out to downtown Orlando for Samantha’s birthday party, which had a very unique set of requests. This was a private gathering of family and close friends, so requests ranged from oldies to club anthems. My favorite part was that I got to play Elvira as a dedication to her mom of the same name; I’ve no idea why, but that song is catchy as heck and I get in a good mood when I hear it. They also requested the Grease Megamix and had a whole routine to it… it was fun!
I got to break out another portable lightshow: my ADJ Megabar 50 RC and 2 QuadScan LEDs. These are great because I can control them via remote control so it’s perfect for small parties where breaking out the big lighting console isn’t the best option.
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Every year we provide background and on-cue music for the teacher appreciation luncheon. This year they did a cruise theme where every table was its own boat (Titanic, Love Boat, S.S. Minnow, etc.).
Food, as always, is delicious!
Bravo to Beth and the staff at Eaglebrooke (Lakeland) for hosting an amazing event that helped raise money for cancer research!
The party started with a few members/guests lip syncing and performing at the same time… while they dressed up like the respective artist. My wife, Monica, was even asked to participate dressed like Dolly Parton.
While guests enjoyed the performances, Eaglebrooke invited everyone to an amazing dinner. My favorite was the tortelinni. Mmm!
Check out the pics and video below… this is a great event to be a DJ for!!