Was out at the CDA Casino playing the slots and heard one of my all-time favorite songs coming from the KnightHawk Lounge... I went in to check out the band and ended up staying the rest of the night in the lounge listening and dancing to this high energy rock duo....Yes I said "duo"!!!!! These brothers were killing it! Led Zepplin, to Tears for Fears, these guys play the songs from the 70's and 80's to a T......If you haven't heard them, well your in for a real treat. Besides having a killer list of songs and PA system, they had a light show that rivals touring bands.. Don't take my word for it....go check them out for yourself...Then I can tell ya, "I TOLD YOU SO"
P.S. Wish we had them over in Seattle!!!!
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.