Music Selection

Set The Mood

Like so many things in life, everybody has their own taste in music. The style of music you wish to be played at your wedding reception is a very personal choice, you want to make sure the tastes of both yourselves, and you guests are catered for.

I pride myself on owning a very wide and eclectic collection of music covering most genres and styles from the 1950’s up-to the latest chart hits and pre-releases.

With your input into the types of music you would like playing on your big day, I will endevour to create a party atmosphere and get everybody onto the dance floor and have a good time.

Take Your Pick

With such a wide variety of artists and songs available, it would be easy for a DJ to stick to the songs they know best. I will NOT do this.

When you select me to provide the entertainment for your wedding reception, I will base the evening’s music around your choices. You will be given your own unique username and password to access my on-line planner account where, amongst other things, you will be able to create our own playlist. As well as simply requesting in advance  any songs or artists you would like playing, you can also make song dedications and black list any songs which you do not want playing under any circumstances.

Your guests may also place music requests on-line, however you will have access to their requests on-line, and you will be able to remove any you deem unsuitable.

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Struggling For Ideas?

The lists below give you an example of the most requested songs of the last year or so…

Party Classics

Tony Christie – Amarillo Abba – Dancing Queen Mavericks – Dance the Night Away Van Morrison – Brown Eyed Girl Gloria Gaynor – I Will Survive Proclaimers – 500 Miles

Sing-Along

Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline Beatles – Hey Jude Monty Python – Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life Oasis – Wonderwall

Motown

Martha Reeves – Dancing in the Street Temptations – Get Ready Fontella Bass – Rescue Me Supremes – Baby Love Velvelettes – Needle in a haystack

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Disco

Jacksons – Blame It On The Boogie Donna Summer – I Feel Love Bee Gees – Tragedy Candi Staton – Young Hearts Run Free

Rock

Queen – We Will Rock You Kiss – Crazy, Crazy Nights Free – Alright Now Aerosmith – Love in an Elevator Bon Jovi – Livin’ on a Prayer

Soul

Sam & Dave – Soul Man James Brown – Sex Machine Jackie Wilson – Higher & Higher Bar-Kays – Soul Finger Wilson Pickett – Land of 1,000 Dances

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1960’s

Beatles – I Saw Her Standing There Foundations – Build Me Up Buttercup Love Affair – Everlasting Love Stealers Wheel – Stuck in the Middle Tom Jones – It’s Not Unusual

1970’s

T Rex – I Love to Boogie Status Quo – Caroline Suzi Quatro – Can the Can Sweet – Ballroom Blitz Mud – Tiger feet

1980’s

Culture Club – Karma Chameleon Human League – Don’t You Want me Kelly Marie – Feels Like I’m In Love Spandau Ballet – Gold Dire Straits – Walk of Life

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1990’s

Take That – Relight My Fire Snap – The Power Ce Ce Peniston – Finally Pulp – Common People Oasis – Don’t Look back in Anger

2000’s

Mika – Big Girl Christina Aguilera – Dirrty Kanye West – Gold Digger Kaiser Chiefs – I Predict a Riot Amy Winehouse – Valerie

2010’s

LMFAO – Party Rock Anthem Katy Perry – Firework Lady GaGa – Born This Way Adele – Someone Like You David Guetta – Sexy Chick

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Pop

Scissor Sisters – Don’t feel Like Dancin’ Britney Spears – Oops! I Did It Again Madonna – Holiday S Club – Reach Abba – Mama Mia

Dance Anthems

Faithless – Insomnia Darude – Sandstorm Underworld – Born Slippy Ultra Nate – Free Mousse T – Horny

Old Skool

Black Box – Ride on Time Snap – The Power N Trance – Set You Free Inner City – Good Life Maars – Pump Up the Volume