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MOBILE DISC JOCKEYS providing high quality entertainment with new music & all the classics! We customize weddings, parties, and corporate events with: premium lighting, photography, karaoke, music videos & more! DJ Kenny Casanova (a highly booked DJ with former WWE ring announcer experience) , DJ Maria (Pop/Country/Rock DJ & dance specialist) & all our DJs offer full-time experience, professional gear, and affordability.
TheDJservice.com – Founding father Kenny Casanova is a high-profile wedding DJ for TheDJservice.com out of Upstate, New York. Kenny’s DJs provide fun interactive musical entertainment to weddings, karaoke birthday parties and just about any event where music is needed.
After ring announcing with WWE wrestling, The Prince of Passion transitioned into becoming one of the best Wedding DJ’s in his area. Winning awards and BEST OF titles from Capital Region Living Magazine and Metroland, DJ Kenny Casanova is well sought-after and is booked solid with multiple gigs every weekend.
It’s been a couple of decades since The Who (or what’s left of The Who) was relevant in the pop eye. Why did the NFL feel the need to travel back in time to find it’s half time music act? While they were an awesome live band in their prime of the 70’s, by the early 1980s, old age, arthritis, and other various ailments have stricken the band and many members have been replaced. While this is understandable in show business, the Superbowl’s rendition of the band made me wonder just WHO is now in charge of the once great band.
A few months ago, THE WHO, was billed as the half-time performers at this year’s 2110 Super Bowl. At that time I was like, “Man, they are going to have to get out the Geritol for this one.” I had seen some current pictures of Roger Daltry and Pete Townsend and honestly had no idea how they were going to pull if off.
But come on! Did the NFL really think we would fall for it? Who is fooling who? While the band sounded okay due in part to Millie Vanilli lip-sync technology, the entire segment was bizarre to watch with the replacement of the band’s front man. I don’t get it. It is mind-boggling to me why Roger Daltry and Pete Townsend would allow Tom Baker, aka Doctor Who, to replace Daltry, as lead singer. I mean, do they really think we wouldn’t notice?
I don’t begrudge the duo for wanting to keep the band performing. But it’s clear that their best days (or even okay days) are way behind them, and that a time travel exposition to the past may not be one that should be revisited.
It was a total mystery to me why the NFL booked The Who in the first place, until I saw Tom Baker complete with his Austin Powers scarf, filling in for the 65-yer-old Roger Daltry who no longer has it in him. Then it came to me. If one of the buttons popped on Tom Baker’s shirt, no one would have any Janet Jackson flash backs.
All joking aside, as a DJ in my thirties, I feel a lot of sympathy for those aging rockers who want to rock out and look like they did years ago. I am sure that being fifty or sixty on the outside doesn’t matter to most of them, as they still like the teenager idol superstar they once were. However, Tom “Doctor Who” Baker should lose the microphone and stick with traveling the space time continuum in his little green phone booth, robotic dogs and sonic screwdrivers.
A DJ has to keep up on music. It’s not optional. In fact, any good DJ should love music so much they couldn’t not keep up on music.
A few nights ago, I watched the Grammy Awards. There were some great performances, and a lot of talent featured. I love how the Grammys feature all different genres of music and expose amazing musicians to people whose natural inclination would not be to gravitate in their direction.
Here are the artists that were nominated for Best New Artist this year at the 2010 Grammys. Even if it is does not seem like your genre, give it a try. You just might like it.
We’ll start with the winner, the Zac Brown Band, playing Chicken Fried. I also love their Toes.
Book your DJ early! Our weekends are getting booked really solid well into the fall already. Once you get your deposit in, the date is secure. If you hesitate too long, we might book the date up! Drop us a line at 518-506-3305, if you are thinking about planning a party.
What was special about this past Tuesday, though, really? We booked 8 gigs in one day! I guess it was party planning day or something. It seemed that most of the day, all I did was write up contracts. Maybe shock set in and people saw that January was gone and it was time to start thinking about stuff AFTER THE WINTER. I don’t know. It was awesome, but now my head is spinning trying to keep them all straight. LOL! We are really lucky to be this busy though, and thankful for the work, in a time when the economy is down and people aren’t doing so well, across the board. Thank God for all he has done for us!
Maybe, times are picking up. That would be great! It does seem like there is more spending going on. Hopefully that means there is more money to spend, rather than less debt being created.
We are going to be very busy this summer. In one day, we booked four wedding receptions, a grad party, a banquet, a middle school dance, and a photography gig. With an average of one party on a Friday, and one party on a Saturday, on top of our already full plate of late night Friday gigs at Villa Valenti Pub in Troy, NY – Tuesday was a whole month of gigs.
(Not like I am complaining! Wish more days were like Tuesday!)