Scruff’s Top 5

We have begun the prom season, so this past weekend I had to go out to CCE (Clay Central Everly) for their final party of the school year. Besides that I was snowed in for most of the weekend. I know the saying is April Showers, bring May flowers; but this year that should include snow storms. There are perks of being snowed in, but that doesn’t mean you don’t get a lil stir crazy.

Friday was CCE’s prom, this was rescheduled from Saturday at the last min due to the incoming weather we were supposed to receive. Even though it wasn’t snowing yet, we had some serious winds blowing. Load up time was 630 and at the time the we were getting gusts up to 35 mph. Trust me when I say that it was a pain in the butt loading up the car. I believe there were some funnel clouds spotted in some areas in Minnesota, and not to mention half of Sheldon had just lost power right as it was time to leave. Upon arriving to the school we noticed (Lee & I) that there was hail all over the ground, and branches on the road. It looked like we were in for a long night, but the kids were ready to party and so were we. There was nothing that we could do about the weather, so why worry, we had a show to put on and that’s exactly what we did. The kids had a great time dancing and rap battling with each other throughout the night, we def exerted some their energy by the time after prom was to begin.

I’ve always wondered what is a good length for a prom dance? We played for 3 hours this past weekend, that’s about average too, but it seems like that might be too long. I mean i’ll play for as long as you want or let me, but I also want my audience to stay engaged the whole time. It’s different with schools and clubs, most people bar hop so you are always gonna get a fresh crowd ready to jam on the dance floor. At schools though it seems as if after 2 – 2.5 hours they are ready for the next activity; especially when it’s already going to be a long evening. I don’t know if i’m the only one that feels that way or not, I would definitely like to hear the opinion of other DJ’s.

Saturday and Sunday were snow days for sure, I was able to get a step ahead of my weekly tasks but traveling was out of the question. I believe here in sheldon we got 8 inches of snow, and are expected to get another 6-8 on Tuesday night. This spring has definitely been interesting, just have to roll with the punches. I’m looking forward to the upcoming weekend, I have to DJ for Sheldon High School and Central Lyon High School for prom. Hopefully the weather won’t be an issue and all the kids are able to come out and have a good time.

  1. Feel Galactic – Block and Crown
  2. Wiggle World (Big Boogie Mix) – Mr. Jack 
  3. Every Night – Franky Rizardo
  4. How Long Can I Wait For You – Luca Debonaire 
  5. Take A Seat – Will Clarke 

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This Iowa spring is something else, I don’t know what to expect on any given day. Over the past week we have seen 50 degree weather and 12 degree weather. I’m no meteorologist but I can tell you that the 2018 prom season has officially begun. I had two events this past weekend, one was Unity Christian’s prom and the other was a reoccurrence at the Firehouse in Sioux City. The two events were  unique in their own ways, both had challenges that had to be overcome, and both resulted in some long nights. Nonetheless I believe after playing this weekend I have found more creative ways of engaging the crowd, and becoming a better DJ.

Friday night was bitterly cold, we were looking at 19 degrees with a real feel of 12. The skies were clear and the wind wasn’t too bad but boy did the fingertips tingle from he frigid air. The prom was to take place in the rec center of Dordt College in Sioux Center, IA. As a company we had done their prom quite a few times in the last 5 years, and we were grateful to come back once again. The dance was suppose to start at 10 but for some odd reason the students decided to make their way to the party around 1030. I remember the days when showing up first to a party wasn’t the coolest thing lol. We kicked things off in our usual fashion with some of today’s hits, not too many kids were digging the vibes of Bruno and Cardi B so we switched it up for a bit. Little by little the girls started to fill the dance floor, but there was only one issue… All the boys remained seated. I don’t know if they all had food baby syndrome after dinner, but the only time we got those boys on the dance floor was for a few slow songs. I’m quite puzzled by it actually, is it common for the boys not to dance? I mean yeah they did the Dougie or John Wall, and even fist pumped to some EDM; yet 90% of the time they sat. Lee and I were at a loss, we didn’t know what to do in this situation. I switched between genres, artists, and tempos but couldn’t keep everyone on the dance floor. Now I know it was going to be a long night for the students with after prom going until 4am, maybe they were all conserving energy for the rest of the events to take place? Whatever the reason, as a DJ it’s never a good thing to have an empty dance floor. 

Saturday night I returned to the Firehouse in Sioux City, IA. It’s an awesome feeling when a Bar/Club asks you to return. There were lots of things going on in downtown Sioux City, and people were out an about. Throughout the night the dance floor was packed then it would dwindle down for a bit, then it would pick up some more. As a DJ you know that people like to bar hop, and expect the crowd to change as the night goes on. I play some of today’s hits, and of course some classics for the older generations. That was my challenge for the evening. The demographic at the Firehouse ranged from 21-40 it seemed, keeping that wide range on the dance floor is difficult. I decided to play what I consider the wave. I keep my eyes on the crowd and as the age group gets older or younger that’s how I pick out my tracks. For this particular night it worked, I was able to rotate the crowd, and keep the different groups happy. As some went for drinks other entered the dance floor, it’s not easy by any means, and sometimes that doesn’t cut it, but i’m sure glad it did. By the end of the night we had a full dance floor and I was asked to return once again when I have the chance. I’m flattered by the offer to return, but I know not to get complacent. Work and blending, mixing and mashing must continue. My job is never done, the music is forever changing. 

  1. I Like It – Cardi B Feat. Bad Bunny & J Balvin
  2. Bad & Boujee (Case Of The Mondays Remix) – Migos
  3. We Get High From The Music – Mark Knight feat. Mr. V
  4. Shine On (Hood Rich Remix) – Friendless
  5. High Horse – Kacey Musgraves


Scruff’s Top 5

This past weekend I celebrated my golden birthday, I made sure I did all the work I had to do earlier in the week so that I could enjoy myself. I wanted to have a lil rest and relaxation before I have to head out to Lincoln on the 4th. The radio show had a guest mix by Mahl-Z, I gathered tracks for my set, and I made sure to have a good time down in Des Moines.

Friday Night I made my way down to Des Moines to begin the festivities, when I arrived dinner reservations were made for Texas Roadhouse, but those plans were ultimately changed when a 2 hour waiting period after the reservation time was expected. After driving around the city looking for a place to eat, since most restaurants were full due to the Easter holiday, we ( my lady and I ) wound up going to a place called Buzzard Billy’s. The cuisine was in creole style, and was quite delicious. Due to my shellfish allergy half the menu was off limits, but I managed to get a taste of the south with a plate of Jambalaya. The spices and the heat from the sausage chicken combination filled my belly with joy.

Saturday it was freezing, the original plan was to go hiking but that was out of the question, I definitely don’t want to stay out in the cold if I don’t have to. So, instead of hanging out in the cold I enjoyed a day filled with old school memories and a home cooked meal. For breakfast I had chicken and waffles at a place called Eggs and Jam, this place played old school hip hop and had graffiti on the walls. There were pictures of all the old school legends like: BIG, Tupac, Vanilla Ice, and Lauryn Hill. My chicken and waffles had orange marmalade drizzled on it, my lady had egg rolls stuffed with chorizo and scrambled eggs. Everything was delicious and I can’t wait to try something else on the menu. Afterwards we made our way to Up/Down an adult arcade, played some Super Mario Bros. and a bunch of classic pinball machines. For Dinner I made a southern style meal of collard,mustard, and turnip greens with sweet potatoes and a New York strip steak.

Sunday was Easter and the lady and I went to her parent’s place for breakfast. We had an egg bake, cheesy tators, cinnamon rolls and fruit pizza. Her parent’s had a pond so we casted a few lines, didn’t catch anything but had a good time. Later on that evening we went to see Ready Player One in 3D, that was an awesome film, Steven Spielberg did an amazing job on that movie. I’m not going to ruin anything for you, but I will recommend it. Overall it was a great weekend, 31 never felt better.

  1. Aeon – Funkin Matt
  2. Drum Machine – City Kid Soul 
  3. Touch Me – Jay Robinson 
  4. SMACK! (Moski Remix) – Mike Cervello & Cesqeaux 
  5. This Generation – Tombz, Benwah

Scruff’s Top 5

This musical journey is one wild roller coaster, this weekend I had the opportunity to play in a new venue and I realized how much more I need to work to be well rounded on the scene. Complacency is a huge downfall for most people including myself. I have now seen the error of my ways, and I encourage anyone and everyone regardless what you do, always push the envelope because the moment you don’t you will fall behind quickly.

Friday Night Stovetop and I met up with the Thomas family for a birthday dinner. It was the Matriarch’s celebration of life, so we all went to the olive garden. That place always makes my stomach happy, i’m not sure what they put in their salad and breadsticks but I could just eat that and be content. After dinner I had to stop by best buy for a new pair of headphones, the old ones had taken enough of a beating and needed to go into retirement. I can say that it definitely pays to spend more on your equipment, especially for quality purposes. Music started at 10 at the Firehouse in Sioux City, and i’m not gonna lie, I felt nervous due to the fact that the demographic was younger. I’m not a huge fan of the popular music coming out as of late, I feel like for the most part it all sounds the same. So I don’t research as much as I should. Friday night proved that I needed to get over myself and do the best job I can by playing what the crowd wants. The night went off without a problem and it was successful, we had a full dance floor and we had fun, I just wasn’t quite satisfied at the end of the day. I felt like I should have been more prepared and could’ve done better than I did. We packed up, got some T-bell and worked our way home. We hit some sour weather and it took us longer than we wanted to make it back north, but we made it safely and that’s all that mattered.

Saturday I spent the day listening to more music from this year and the last quarter of 2017 prepping for another long night. Due to the bad weather the Firehouse had to cancel their band, and had asked me to come back again for a Saturday performance. By the end of the night I def felt better about my track selection. I stayed current and did different transitions and mashups from my norm. Friday night was an eye opener for me, i’ve been so caught up with staying up to date with electronic music that I pushed my responsibility of keeping up with everything to the side. I still have more work to do, but I definitely feel that with time i’ll be back up to speed. It’s amazing how we (DJ’s) tend to forget our duties at time, and all it takes to wake us up is one uncomfortable moment. This is the hard fact of the customer is always right. This week I plan on updating my library and at the same time stay true to who I am. I will add current music to the arsenal, but I’ll still play the throwbacks that we all love so dearly. The DJing scene is changing and I have to adapt or get left behind. The latter isn’t an option in my opinion so I know what I must do.

  1. Stir Fry – Migos 
  2. Rockstar (Crankdat Remix) – Post Malone feat. 21 Savage
  3. Bum Bum Tam Tam (Alexander Gomes Tribal Remix) – Mc Fioto 
  4. Pray For Me – The Weeknd & Kendrick Lamar
  5. God’s Plan – Drake 

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This past weekend was a quiet one, I didn’t have any gigs over the holiday and I must say that was awesome. I was given the opportunity to hang out with friends I hadn’t seen in awhile, relax, go over some much needed information about the DJ company, and work on things that I want to accomplish. I will never be upset when I have to go and entertain others, that’s a part of my job, that’s what I signed up for when I wanted to become a DJ, but having a weekend off is def appreciated as well. By April it will be go time, I’ll be starting the busy season with proms, weddings, street dances, graduation parties, and of course touring the state playing house music; getting all the rest I can right now is magnificent.

Friday night I stayed at home for the most part, I watched some more music theory videos and shopped for some music. There’s nothing wrong with staying in and bettering yourself. I’m learning a lot when it comes to the traditional ways in writing music, though I might not understand all of it right away, that’s what a dictionary is for. One of the lessons I recently watched was for chord progression. Music is a beautiful thing, if you don’t know how to construct it properly your ideas will not come out right. This has been a challenge for me, and since watching the video I can say I have a better understanding of how that all comes together. This doesn’t mean that i’m now an expert or novice by any means. This just means that when I think of an idea I now have steps that I can take to make these ideas structurally sound. Practice, practice, practice is now what’s on my mind. Just watching the videos won’t get me where I need to be, I have to utilize what I am learning, apply it and grow.

Saturday was St. Patrick’s Day and I had nothing on the calendar but a meeting with Stovetop to go over some things to help the business grow. On top of that, we wanted to go down to Sioux City and check out the Firehouse and the other venues in the area to prepare for our show down there next weekend. In all things it’s always good to be prepared, you study for an exam, you practice your alphabet so you can write and read, so it’s only natural and right for us to check out the competition and stay on top of our game. While in Sioux City we stopped by the Key Club, Doc’s, and Whiskey Dick’s. I knew some guys performing down at Whiskey and wanted to show some love since I was in the area. Just because I am not on the bill doesn’t mean that the scene doesn’t need my support. I feel that if we all support one another the only thing that will happen is a positive growth, we can all learn from each other’s mistakes, and give constructive criticism to help each other out if asked. The guys of Sioux Sound had some artists come down from Colorado and they were doing it up. The event was packed and everyone seemed to be having an awesome time. Those guys have been working hard to grow the scene and I can tell their hard work is paying off.

Sunday was a relaxing day I hung out with a couple of friends and enjoyed some good ole fashioned corned beef & cabbage. It was a good end to the weekend, it’s bee a few weeks since I had seen some of my friends due to work and travel but when we get together it’s always a good time. I look forward to this upcoming week. I’ll be planning on utilizing what I have learned and working on some original material. My goal is set and now I must complete it.

  1. Do Ya Feel Alright – Mason Maynard, Eli Brown 
  2. Ben Doesn’t Remember – Dateless, Lucati 
  3. So Hot! (Adrew Grigo Remix) – Kevin Fauske & Boge 
  4. In The Night (Illyus, Barrientos Remix) – Claptone, Ben Duffy 
  5. Shmash – Green Velvet & Milharlis Safras 

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This past weekend was one for the books, I went to Des Moines for a show at lime Lounge, I had Scott Lara on the radio show, and I bought my first pair of hiking shoes for my trip to Glacier National Park this summer. 2018 has been nothing but a good year, all of the opportunities are unfolding this year. New experiences, New cities/venues, there isn’t more that I could ask for. Hard work is paying off and the only way I see things going is up, I am truly thankful for all the love and support. Who would have thought I would have my own clothing merchandise, or radio show, or travel statewide to play music. Staying humble and hungry is the only way to keep progressing in my opinion, this is the time to keep digging in, keep on pushing, and start to put the pieces together.

Saturday I had a show at Lime Lounge in Des Moines, I had played at this venue before, but this was the first time I was a playing on a Saturday Night, and during prime time hours. DJ Ron Gotti and myself rocked the crowd for 2 hours as Projkt Blkout, it was a night to remember for sure. Controlling the crowd and watching the wave is magical, the groove was strong and the vibes were pure. I look forward to future endeavors with Ron and the rest of the lineup. We had Mahl-z, and Snag perform as well. Both of those dudes threw down great sets, it was a really fun night overall.

Scott Lara threw down on this weeks Sheldon’s Dance Experiment, it was the first time I had a guest play some classic Psy Trance. Keeping things diverse is my main objective for the radio show. I play house/tech house, and techno mostly, that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy other genres, I just don’t spin them. That’s why i’m super glad for all of the guests I have had on the show. They have been able to showcase their talents, and help join all electronic music under the same roof. Hopefully over the next year I can continue to expand, I want the world to know about the show, I want to help expose all the talents DJ’s/producers out there trying to make it.

As I prepare for my Montana adventure this summer, on my to grab list was hiking shoes. I want to really enjoy and explore nature while i’m out that way, and I want to be comfortable. I went to the Mall of America and bought a pair of Merrell hiking boots. I had heard nothing but good things about this brand, and the young lady that helped me out in the store was really patient and informative. I picked out a pair that I liked, walked around the mall and then came back for the shoes. I was surprised when they were bought for me as a birthday present, I am def speechless, but I will use those shoes as often as I can to show my appreciation. Going on nature walks is one of my goals for this year, I want to experience nature firsthand and I know that those boots will help fulfill that goal. I can’t wait for the summer, this has definitely been a good year so far.


  1. The Aztecs – Solardo 
  2. Havwest – Danny Howard
  3. I Want You – Joeski 
  4. Move- Dustycloud
  5. Play – Riva Starr

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It was a very productive weekend for me, I had my first wedding for the month of March and I started working on a show that I have coming up in June. I had the usual tasks of course: weekly blog and radio show, but on top of that I was asked to come down to Sioux City and play at the Firehouse in a few weeks, so preparations have now commenced. As usual I didn’t get everything that I wanted to get done but I keep on striving. After battling some health issues I can now say that i’m starting to feel like my old self again.  I am working on getting back on schedule, and that will ensure that I have more time to do the things that I want done, plus that will help me look for newer goals to reach and accomplish. 

My wedding this past weekend was in Hartley, IA. It was Harry Potter themed (which I haven’t seen) and quite intimate. The wedding party looked fabulous and the newlyweds looked like they were so much in love. I’m glad I was feeling fine, but if I had a medical emergency that reception would have been the perfect place. There were at least 5 doctors attending as well as nurses. As a matter of fact my personal doctor was in attendance, this gave me some reassurance to let loose a little bit, I knew I would be in good hands if needed. Overall it was a good evening and I must say that I didn’t expect the reception to go as long as it did because it was a small crowd, but those guys partied hard until the end. 

Friday night I went to a Ducks Unlimited Banquet Dinner with the guys from the radio station, we all had a nice prime rib dinner, and wanted the chance to win a rifle or handgun. Needless to say I didn’t win a gun, but dinner was worth it. I felt out of place at the dinner/auction. There was a lot of camo and gun talk going on, i’m not a hunter and when it comes to bullets and guns I know very little. Don’t get me wrong I can handle a firearm safely, but if you ask me the difference between some makes and models, or bullet sizes i’d be lost. I feel that I should know more about these things being in the midwest, just because knowledge is power, and that could be another way of connecting and engaging with another human. With that said I plan on taking my  concealers course, I want to know the rules and regulations in IA, and how much they have changed over the years. It doesn’t mean that I plan on buying a weapon, but I would like to have that option open if I so choose. 

For this upcoming week I plan on getting some more music theory knowledge implanted in my brain, I still enjoy the course and it is getting a little more challenging. It’s something that I need to do, and I am sticking to my goals on this so let’s eat it up. Work is going to keep me busy this week so staying on task is a must. I look forward to the challenge of utilizing every sec I am awake to specific tasks, maybe this is the start of advancing my work ethic and living by the “work smart, not hard” technique. All I can do is keep striving and pushing forward.

  1. Wir Reiten Durch Die Nacht (Marc House Remix) – DJ Hell 
  2. Let’s Play – Tiigers 
  3. Move Like Aliens – Billy Kenny 
  4. Bad News (Nic Francis Remix) – Ben Holt
  5. Balance – Dillion Nathaniel, SLVR

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This past weekend was awesome, not only did I get the opportunity to record a set for KRUI-FM but I also had the chance to play in omaha with Mahl-Z from Des Moines, Ron Gotti from Des Moines, and Soulless from Chicago. Omaha is becoming my frequent stop, I usually perform there once or twice every other month. The winter months have allowed me to travel to different spots before wedding season takes over, but it has also allowed me to stay relevant in some of my favorite stops in the area.

KRUI-FM based out of Iowa City has a weekly two hour electronic music program called Stereocillia hosted by Josue Lopez. He has been on the air over a year, putting in the work to gain followers and listeners, I was asked to provide an hour long set for the show and the only rule was to have clean music in my mix. I will say that this was the first time that I had done a guest mix for any other radio station. I was quite excited and nervous at the same time, I can’t really explain it, but even though i’m on the radio every week it was different being the guest and not the host. I decided to play mostly newer tracks, tracks that I hadn’t played out live, and tracks that were more current with the scene. Now, I did play a few of my favorites and some of my “lost tracks”, but for the most part I wanted to play the tracks that I plan on building my summer sets with. My set came out well, I was pleased with my track selection and how the mix flowed. I will hopefully release the mix for future listening on my Soundcloud and Mixcloud pages.

Friday I made my way down to Omaha for a show at the 415. The lineup was supposed to be Mixdup, soulless, and myself. Mixdup was unable to attend so we had Mahl-Z from Des Moines come out and play in his absence. I started off the night with an 1.5 hour set filled with house music, funk, bass, and tech. The job of the opening DJ is to set the mood in the building, I wanted to take everyone on a journey, get them prepared for the highs and lows of music. I wanted the patrons to embrace the emotions from each track. I started off slow and funky, a lil Camelphat and Claude Von Stroke to take you up a notch, I played some Codes and Eli Brown to climax the moment and then level you off with some local stuff and tech house. My girlfriend came out to support, and we enjoyed evening starting off with some mexican food and ending with a night of dancing. We stayed in council bluffs for the weekend and enjoyed all that Omaha had to offer. Saturday we went to the imaginarium in Omaha, bowling, and the casino. It was overall a good weekend.

I feel like my responsibilities as a DJ are increasing as time goes on. It’s no longer just the ability of mixing but putting together a complete story in your sets that’s the job of your time. I embrace this responsibility. I feel that it encourages me to think outside of the box and break boundaries. It forces me to grow, and with growth comes opportunity. I appreciate the push from my peers, and the support from family and friends. I am ready for 2018 and I can’t wait to see what’s in store.

  1. Bulk (Mikey Lion & RYBO Remix) – Beth Lydi 
  2. Come Back Baby (Vincent Ballester Remix) – Toricos 
  3. Deep Memory – Artlec
  4. 1988 – Versus 
  5. Tell Me – Toricos & Monoteq

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Rest is one of the most important things you can do as a DJ, along with eating healthy and exercising. When you are constantly interrupting your body’s natural sleep cycle, having the proper amount of nutrients can mean the difference between energy and a total crash. I try to eat as healthy as I can, I can say that exercising is my weakness though. Lots of people think that if you aren’t “overweight” you are healthy, that is far from the truth. Stretching your muscles and getting adequate amounts of sleep are just as vital to your health. I’m not a health guru but I do care about my fellow man, I know that i’m not the only one that struggles. I just want to encourage you to start if you haven’t, and continue if you have.

This past weekend I was feeling under the weather, I don’t think is was due to my eating habits though. This flu bug and other viruses that have been floating around finally got to me and I was forced to medicate and rest up. That doesn’t mean that the weekend wasn’t productive though. I started to work on a new production, it’s going rather slow as I had expected, but i’m going to continually push towards my goal of having original materials added to my sets. On top of working on a song, I did a live feed on Facebook, as well as work on my set for the upcoming gig at 415 in Omaha on the 23rd. I’ll be keeping everyone up to date with my travels, I have a few shows coming up across the midwest. It’s such an honor to be able to play at so many different venues, and get invited back. This just goes to show that no matter what you do, time put in will reap the reward of progression. I’m no a very patient person at times so I always wish that I was further ahead in the game, but deep down I know that i’m at the appropriate speed I was meant to be at, and I will continue to see results as time goes on. 

  1. Cream (Pax Remix) – K.A.M.A.
  2. Work For Me – Hasse de Moor & Horny Dave
  3. Night Walks – Dirty South 
  4. Brouha – Yvan Genkins
  5. Amber Alert – Bot, Sage Armstrong

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It’s always fun to play tracks that you feel the most comfortable with, it makes the way you control the dance floor that much more fun. Not only could you mess around with the memories from the past, word play, decade, genre etc, but at the end of the day you now have the control and can have fun. The main goal of a DJ is of course the client’s satisfaction, but you have to remember to enjoy what you do. Even though this is a job, it doesn’t necessarily have to feel like one. My event this past weekend definitely felt like a party, the dance floor was packed the whole evening and the atmosphere was amazing.

This week I had DJ Danger on for Sheldon’s Dance Experiment, it’s been a while since he had been on the show and I’ve always enjoyed a little Moomba. I look forward to each episode, it’s become not only a part of my weekly routine; but it’s helping me move forward in my journey.Though, I must say that I need to work harder on my music theory studying, after being sick of a few weeks I haven’t had the motivation. I can’t use that as an excuse, the work must go on. I honestly enjoy the things I have been learning, it’s amazing how simple it is right now. I know things will get a bit difficult later on, i’m up for the challenge. My goal remains the same, I want to start the writing process by the end of this year. Meaning, I would like to have an original in my arsenal. I want to grow in this area because it opens up the market for better shows down the line.

Saturday I was in Alton, IA for their adult prom celebration. After Doing Sheldon’s adult prom I was anxious to see what their’s would be like. The event was held at the local clubhouse, they had a meal to eat, and voting for King and Queen. There were around 120 people attendees for the meal and a few more for the dance. We had a blast, I played all the hits from the 80’s on up with a few classics from the 70’s and 60’s. This was one of those nights where you do no wrong. I played pop, country, rock n roll, and hip hop throughout the night. I’m sure by the end a lot of the couples either relived their prom night, or they got the one they should’ve gotten back in high school. Nothing but smiles, that was all I needed.


  1. Xamena – Danny Howard 
  2. Swagon – Detlef feat. Ossey James
  3. Hard (AC Slater Remix) – Breakage feat. Newman Generals
  4. Ross Mt. Park (Vinculum Remix) – Close Encounters 
  5. Mercury – Franky Rizardo