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AFWPI's Nightmare Before Christmas!

Local wedding and special event professionals please join us for a ghoulish holiday celebration! We are proud to be providing the musical entertainment and lighting for the Association for Wedding Professionals International (AFWPI) Sacramento Chapter holiday mixer "Nightmare Before Christmas!" on Tuesday December 6, 2016, 6:30-8:30 pm at the Vizcaya, 2019 21st Street, Sacramento CA 95818.  

Join us at the Doubletree Wedding Showcase & Open House

Please join us at the Doubletree Wedding Showcase & Open House
Sunday August 28, 2016 11am-2pm
2001 Point West Way, Sacramento CA 95814. Featuring ...

  • Meet & Greet with Wedding Vendors
  • Tasty Sampling & Prize Giveaways
  • Receive a complimentary Tin of Doubletree Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Raffle Entry for a Sunday Brunch for 2 including Champagne (Value $60)
  • Personal Tours of the Lovely Venue for the Wedding of Your Dreams
  • Complimentary Wedding Magazines
  • FREE parking
Register online for complimentary tickets by clicking here

Happy National Disc Jockey Day!

National Disc Jockey Day is observed annually on January 20th.
A disc jockey, or DJ for short, is a person who plays recorded music either on the radio or at a club or event.
The first disc jockey was an experiment on the airwaves. In 1909, 16-year-old Ray Newby was a student under the supervision of Charles “Doc” Herrold at Herrold College of Engineering and Wireless. He played the first records over the airwaves before the phrase disc jockey even existed.
What started as an experiment from the Garden City Bank Building where the college was located in San Fernando, California was soon being replicated by radio broadcasters across the country.  Prior to Newby, news, music and entertainment were primarily broadcast live.  It wasn’t until 25 years later that radio commentator Walter Winchell coined the term “disc jockey”. 
Today, modern DJs play music from vinyl to digital. Regardless of the medium they use, the term disc jockey still applies.  Hip hop DJs became popular in the late 70s and 80s using multiple turntables and using the turntables themselves as an instrument to alter the music. Mobile DJs often act as the master of ceremonies at events or parties directing the evening’s activities.
National Disc Jockey Day is celebrated in remembrance of the death of Albert James Freed a.k.a. "Moondog," who was an influential disc jockey in the 1950s that introduced the term “rock ‘n’ roll” to the world.  (Information courtesy of

Welcome 2016!

May the new year be filled with great music, fun, and happiness!