Introduction: The husband and wife team of DJ Boots Entertainment provides quality music entertainment and atmosphere to both private and public events, including weddings, birthdays, holiday and theme parties. Eric Boutin has many years of experience that includes entertaining crowds as a DJ and emcee. He has also DJed college radio in RI and MA as a student and later as a volunteer. With assistance from his wife, Jane, they provide a high quality sound system with lighting and a fog machine at no extra cost, if requested. For lights, they have an American DJ Revo 4, an ADJ Tri Phase, black lights and laser lighting.
Whatever your musical tastes, expectations and presentation preferences may be, they will work closely with you, through correspondence and detailed planning, to ensure that your specific needs are met. Eric is an audiophile with a background in historic research and archival management. This has exposed him to the never-ending treasures of recorded sound. Though their strengths are in the genres of funk, soul, rock, hip hop, EDM and jazz, they continue to explore new sounds everyday.
Music is a positive force in our lives. It has the power to enhance our mood and outlook on the world. We keep this in mind every time they have the opportunity to share their skills and knowledge of music with others. Our prices are reasonable and simple, never involving any hidden or complicated fees. A travel fee of distances over 50 miles from Newnan, GA may be added to the total cost. A service contract agreement will outline all the details that are negotiated between the client and DJ Boots Entertainment.
Creating positive energy and sound to make people move, especially those who don't often get the chance to.
My knowledge of music goes well beyond the pop world. Because I work to serve others, it is important to get a sense of what the crowd desires before I arrive at an event. This means clear and timely communication between myself and the organizers. Song recommendations are always easy for me. My background in the field of library and information studies has given me not only the communication skills to find out exactly what a user is looking for, but also the research skills to locate the correct items quickly.
I am also a great mixer. When the dancing starts, that means you gotta keep the beat going. Ascending or descending beats per minute gradually. Smooth transitions from one song to the next with no dead air. Dead air is a DJ's worst enemy. Quickly transitioning from one genre to the next, or a slow song to a fast one, is to be avoided unless the DJ has some sort of audio glue to make it work.