DJ, "CRAZY" CHARLEY
Digital Music, for any type of event!
Specializing in Class Reunions & Wedding Receptions
(Oldies, R & B, Country, 70-90s & Disco)
2312 Deer Creek Ct
Columbia MO 65201-3564
Phone (11:00 am to midnight): 573-442-1873
Questionnaire for: (Reunion - Wedding Reception - Party) - Equipment - Pics - Submit Request List @ Questionnaire
Wedding Receptions: Bride's Guide - Think About It!
Mobile DJ Top 200 Most Requested Songs
*****Hickman Kewpie Exclusive*****
Thank You for Selecting Me as Your DJ!
"CRAZY" CHARLEY is still my nickname which I started using in 1977 when I began donating my time to community radio at 89.5 FM-KOPN, doing my oldies show called "Monday Night Live". My routine show consisted of 50s & 60s, but I also had a show called the "Red Neck Round-Up" featuring country music and sat in on Saturday afternoons for the "Sugar Man" on "Soul Street" on several occasions. My career at KOPN ended in October of 1984.
have continued to DJ since 1977 and still do class reunions, wedding receptions
Packages for Hickman "Kewpie" Reunions
recognition of your reunion
a Hickman Kewpie and having your 55th Reunion or later,
I now use the
- L1 Model II
for most events!
I have been
using JBL speaker systems since the early 90s,
on your type of event and then submit questionnaire.
I will contact
you by phone with a price
1) 72% of all brides say they would have spent more time choosing their reception entertainment.
2) Almost 100% say they would have spent more of their budget on the entertainment.
3) During wedding planning, Brides say their highest priority is their attire, followed by the reception site and caterer - reception entertainment is among the least of their priorities. Within one week after their reception, 78% of Brides say they would have made the entertainment their highest priority!
4) When asked 81% of guests say the thing they remember most about a wedding is the entertainment.
5) 65% of all couples that chose a band to entertain at their wedding, said, if they had it to do over again, they would have chosen a disc jockey.
were published in St. Louis Bride & Groom Magazine in 2003.
to play requests and discuss music ahead of time?
backup equipment at my event?
Disc Jockey know the proper etiquette for your type of party?
time do you allow for set-up?
Do you provide
a written contract?
be suitably dressed for our occasion?
Other Items to Note
Disc Jockey rates vary based on talent, experience, emcee ability, service, coordination, equipment needed, music knowledge, mixing ability and personality.
Rates for the DJ industry vary greatly, ranging from $350.00 to $3,500.00 with an average of $1,200.00 for a 4 hour booking. The best price is not always the best deal, especially if you are planning a wedding. As a matter of fact, surveys conclude that nearly 100% of brides would have spent more money on their entertainment and made it their #1 priority in hindsight.
disc jockey company will normally invest 12 to 30 hours to your special
event but it may appear that you are only paying for "4 hours". Consultations,
music purchasing & editing, preparation, set-up and tear-down, education
and other business related endeavors add up to the overall success of your
For Assistance With Any Wedding, Reunion or Party planning questions, please
L1 Model II System with dual bass units
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