Hi guys, I’m an old reader but, new poster. My first DJ gig was 95′. DJ’d vinyl and CD’s years ago but life got a bit hectic in early 2000 so I put it all away. A couple years ago I picked up Mobile DJ’ing and haven’t stopped since. With nearly 30 bookings a year and 2 Houston area magazine features I feel I’m back in my old groove. The world has certainly changed from back then however I like it.
Look forward to conversations and learning more through you guys,.
I just recently started blogging.
I’m a teacher for a local university so I have a tenancy to teach, so the blogs are my way of just talking about what I’ve learned. http://www.mytexasdj.com https://www.mytexasdj.com/single-post/2017/07/17/The-New-Era-of-Weddings-are-upon-us-Millennial-Weddings-are-traditions-a-thing-of-the-past
is just one of my recent blogs.
One thing I’ve noticed in the DJ realm is much like other forums it can be very critical. I believe DJ’s forget what it’s rooted around maximizing the clients/crowd level of a good time. No doubt I have seen brilliant people on this site as well as others. The reason I like it here is it simply is not full of grumpy old DJ’s that refuse to change and adapt with times.
Thanks for having me around.
I believe you will find this one of the least judgemental or critical forums around. We try to run a tight ship and don’t tolerate deviation from the posting guidelines, which are all about making this place a pleasant space for (digital) DJs, any age, gender or experience level.