Bay Deejays helped sponsor the construction of Angel Park in Perry Hall with the purchase of a paver in the entertainment pavilion - check out this awesome park for children of all abilities when you’re nearby.
An unfocused selfie by Jason with an awesome Beach Club couple and photographer Natalie Franke on her last official wedding before heading to the West Coast. This is one reason why I always leave the photos to the professionals :)
Check out our purple room uplights in the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club’s Sunset Ballroom.. they perfectly accented our couple’s floral centerpieces. (Photo credit: Liz & Ryan Photography)
Our Fall schedule includes morning soccer games with this cutie before heading out to entertain at an awesome wedding later that evening.
Getting ready to become the first DJ to officially break in the dance floor at District Winery in Washington.
Jason (back, far right) and some members of the Baltimore Area Disc Jockey Association visit WBAL-TV, WBAL Radio, and 98Rock, all part of our monthly continuing DJ education.
We think Jason’s cat is actually part Mountain Lion - even after a strict prescription diet from the vet.
This view never gets old…
We’re humbled to receive our 9th consecutive WeddingWire award. Thanks to our clients for their feedback and thanks for letting us be part of your big day!
The last dance for tonight, but the first dance for the rest of our couple’s lives together! (Photo credit: Hamilton Photography at the Tidewater Inn’s Gold Ballroom - Easton, MD)
Our new EV Evolve50 vertical array speakers perched on top of matching EV 12” sub-woofers make for a clean presentation and they pack a 3,500 watt punch at CBBC’s Beach House. Check out the client’s flip flop basket - a great idea that allows the ladies to be more comfortable on the dance floor.
Jason and his wife Diane enjoy a Summer afternoon cruising on the Potomac.
Helping sort and pack thousands of boxes of Girl Scout Cookies at our local fire station at 5am.
Setting up to entertain at the Main Justice building in Washington D.C. to entertain hard working federal employees pro bono.