Scruff’s Top 5

This past weekend I had the opportunity to DJ Sheldon’s first adult prom, finished up a residency for the winter, and started a new chapter in my life with a move to a new place. Things are looking up for me, I need to buckle down and continue to work at my goals. It’s easy to get sidetracked, time to get back on track. 

Thursday night was my last night playing at TraynRek University for the winter. I will resume this residency in the spring once the busy season starts. The night was awesome, there was a decent crowd there for my last night, and they were all ready to get down. I played a good mix of current hits and classics from the late 90’s early 2000’s, as well as some house music. I’m definitely looking forward to coming back, after working on my craft for the winter, i’ll be ready to showcase what i’ve been working on next year.

Sheldon hosted their first adult prom on Saturday at the new event center. Stovetop Productions was asked to perform the music for the charity event. All the proceeds went towards the Shop With A Cop program. We had close to 100 attendees, which was nice since it was the first, but hopefully annual party. My personal favorite about the evening was the fact that all the attendees dressed for he occasion. I was shocked, amused, and awed by the effort put into the outfits. There were tuxes, night gowns, and your occasional vintage suit out and about in the building. We had a crowned king and queen, and appetizers served by Langers of Sheldon. I would say that all in all the night was a success. I hope they have another one next year.

Over the past 6 years I have lived in the same apartment here in Sheldon. There are a lot of memories that i’ve had there, both good ones and not so pleasant ones. I can say that the apartment has served it’s purpose, and it’s time to move on. I’m at a pace in my life in which I want to take the next step in this DJing career. I also feel that sometimes in order to move forward in life, you have to let some things go. Letting go of things has always been hard for me. If it isn’t broke don’t fix it kind of attitude. Truth be told that frame of thinking put me in a place of complacency. In any career your goal is to get to the top, you can’t get there holding on to the starting line. So as of Dec 1, i’ll be in my new apartment. I’m ready to continue my journey in a new place with more space and new goals. 

  1. Bumpy Track – Gariy & Hacker
  2. O.M.G. – CamelPhat
  3. Dancefloor Happy – versus 
  4. 17 (Tchami Remix) – MK
  5. Okay – Shiba San

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