We always sit down to talk with our clients a few months before their events. We discuss their visions for the night, the timing and flow of the evening, and of course everything about the music and entertainment.  When these clients came in for their meeting, I was surprised when the bride’s parents handed me their handwritten playlist that was filled with top 40, club, rap and hip-hop hits. They enjoyed extremely current music, and said that they and all of their guests would pack the dance floor all night. The bride and groom weighed in and said that although their parents really loved hip-hop and current music,  we should still mix it up and add some classic soul, some Michael Jackson and a little rock.  These people sure knew their crowd, and boy, could they party!!! Their wedding, which was last night, was one of the most energetic and crazy parties we have ever performed at!  I was excited by all the new music we played. We brought two rappers with us, 2 synthesizer players, 6 vocalists, 4 horns, bass, drums, and me rocking out on electric guitar!

Here are some of the songs we played!

(hip hop)
Gettin’ Over You David Guetta, Chris Willis, LMFAO & Fergie
Hotel Room Service (modified lyrics) Pitbull
Dynamite Taio Cruz
OMG  remix Usher featuring  Will.I.Am.
Tik Tok Ke$ha
California Gurls Katy Perry
Just Dance Lady Gaga
Evacuate The Dance Floor Rhianna
I Gotta Feeling Black Eyed Peas
Boom Boom Pow Black Eyed Peas
I Know You Want Me Pitbull
Bad Romance Lady gaga
Empire State of Mind Jay Zee & Alicia Keys
It’s Getting Hot In Here Nelly
Pokerface Lady Gaga
Hollaback Gwen Stefani
Let’s Get it Started Black Eyed Peas
Crazy in Love remix Beyonce
I Want You Back Jackson 5
Don’t Stop Til you Get Enough Michael Jackson
September Earth, Wind & Fire
Good Times Chic
You Shook Me All Night Long AC/DC
Pour Some Sugar on Me Def Leppard
You Give Love A Bad Name Bon Jovi

other special requests were:

First Dance- Always a Woman (Billy Joel)

Parent Dance- Just The Way You Look Tonight (Frank Sinatra)

Cake- You Are The Best Thing (Ray LaMontagne)