LAST CALL!

LAST CALL

August 1995 is when I started. I was a student at Indiana University Bloomington. I loved music, and loved to play it loud. Vanilla Ice, Dr. Dre and Michael Jackson, were the hits of the era, and Sir Mix A Lot, was everything you needed to get everyone to “Shake that healthy butt”.

Fast forward to today. The music is very different. People are different. And I’m a little bit older. Speakers are getting heavier, and my body is starting to notice what happens when I do “Shake that…"

There comes a time when I will need to announce last call. The end of the party is near. I will contine to DJ as long as people will have me. I will be limiting my calender so that I can spend time with my family and friends. 

I love to DJ and that is why I haven’t quit. When DJing is no longer fun, and no one is on the dance floor. I will fade it out, turn it off the lights and wind up the cables.

For now. There are still songs in the cue, and I’ve announced “Last Call!!!"


-Rob Jackson

Professional DJ Services

DJ Services

Professional DJ for 25+ years. He brings great experience to every type of event: dances, picnics, car shows, fund raisers and parties.

Wedding Services

Everything from the wedding ceremony music, to the wedding reception. We make sure your day is memoriable and fun.

All types of events

HOW TO BOOK US

TODAY

 Check to see if your date is available

• Choose the Package that you want

• Call Us at (260) 478-4567 to verify that your date is available and ask as many questions as you want.

• Download a Contract

• Mail in your contract with $100 deposit.

• In about a week you'll receive a confirmation letter and a copy of your contract with our signature on it.

A MONTH BEFORE

The meeting can be at your place, our place, or somewhere in between. You can either prepare ahead of time, or we’ll make it up as we go. The reason we meet a month ahead instead of sooner is so that you have a clear sense of how your day will work. It will happen really fast so this way you can prepare for it.

• Formal Dances (First Dance, Father Daughter, Mother Groom, Wedding Party)

• General Requests (10-15 Songs is a great sample)

• Not To Play Songs (Specific or Genre)

• A Simple Time Table or order of events

• List of other events, Dollar Dance/Dash, Bouquet and Garter.

• Toasts, confirm who are doing them, who needs help and how many.

• When do you want your DJ to end? Plan it now, so you know who needs to know.

DAY OF EVENT

Get plenty of sleep if you can. Eat breakfast. You will get very cranky if you’re hungry.

• Be sure your wedding party is aware of the timetable for the day. Let them help you stick to it. A late person in the wedding party makes an angry bride.

• Don’t let your guests wait a long time for you to arrive at your reception. A fashionably late entrances should be no more than 30 minutes. Hungry guests get cranky too.

• It’s your party. But it isn’t good etiquette to get smashed at your wedding reception – that was what the bachelor and bachelorette partieswere for.

• You may pay the balance anytime that night. We accept personal checks, credit cards and cash. If you need an additional hour, please let us know within the last hour of our performance.