Had my Cousin run the music through this company's equiptment. Never once had the right song at the right time. the night dragged on with no organization. I was warned at Bridal fair that this was a bad Idea, and that being a DJ is so much more than just playing music, but we were trying to save a few hundred dollars. I wished I had spent the extra money, to have some organization.
As a competing DJ I can testify to Chris's proffesionalism. When you book a wedding, you sell a day to a person, you cannot sell to somone else. If I sell a saturday in July I may turn it down 2-5 times to other prospective customers. if that wedding cancels, even with a few months left, that date becomes much more difficult to sale, as customer tend to have there proffesionals 6 months or more in advance. A proffesional like Chris, counts on the first customers payment to make profit for his buisness, as he turns others away. It is a standard in our buisness to require non refundable payments. Chris is wonderful and well respected DJ.