About this pro
25 years in business
5 hires on Thumbtack
Type of booth
The photo booth was a big hit.Oct 22, 2016Verified
First of all I want to say that Jon absolutely made the night!!! He has been wonderful to work with from the beginning always understanding and to the point. He is extremely organized, which is a quality that everyone should look for in a wonderful DJ & MC, with a four page planner!! He went above and beyond with wireless speakers on the patio for our cocktail hour and one in the grill room along with green up lighting, which matched our wedding colors, behind his set up to accommodate our venue. The night was perfect!! Jon was able to take our unique musical tastes and make the whole night flow smoothly. All of my guests kept commenting on how wonderful he was and how everyone was dancing. Also, it was extremely hard for me to leave the dance floor because I loved everything he played...partially because most of it came off of our planner. The songs were balanced wonderfully between our songs and our guests requests. I would highly recommend Jon to anyone for their wedding!! Actually two of my bridesmaids, whose weddings were earlier in the year, talked about how their DJs played songs they didn't like, used incorrect songs for important moments like the garter toss or was just plain unorganized...I wish they would have met Jon before my wedding because they would of had the most incredible night of their lives.Apr 6, 2013
Jonathan Michael Roth of Music Source Professional Disc Jockey Service is the ultimate professional DJ experience. Over the past ten years, I have seen Music Source at numerous events and venues. Whether it's a charitable event, where Jon has donated his services, or the "single most important day of your life", you can expect an unparalleled experience and a high level of personalized service. With Jon, this is not a hobby, it's a business. Which is why when you hire Jon, you get Jon. Plus, he is insured, uses a written contract, doesn't drink on the job, and has many references from other professionals like caterers, venue managers, and the like. The DJ you retain for your event should be an asset, not a liability. Jon has the magical ability to get the crowd involved and dancing. Jon always gets "dialed in" to the music that you and your guests want to hear. All DJ's are not the same... and it DOES matter to the success or failure of your event. Don't just shop by price, you must consider value! Hire Jon, and he'll work with you to customize your event with music and lighting and more. When you need a professional, hire a professional... hire Music Source Professional Disc Jockey Service, then relax and enjoy your event!Feb 27, 2013
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Being an actively involved member of the American Disc Jockey Association, going to national conferences, going to monthly chapter meetings, spending time on the Mobile Beat DJ forum are all great ways to stay intuned with what's happening not just in your town but throughout the country.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?When I was 9 years old I purchased a blue Panasonic transistor radio with money made from my paper route. There were 3 stations that played music that I could get on it and I listened to it all the time. I always wanted to be a radio station DJ growing up. I thought it was the coolest job possible. I grew up 2 blocks from one of those stations. Plus I had older syblings so I got schooled on music at even a much younger age.... just had to listen to what they wanted until I got my radio. Man if we had iPods back then....
- What types of customers have you worked with?Wedding receptions! Of course that is my primary focus as I really enjoy doing them but they make up a huge percentage of the jobs I work each year. I like the additional interaction and working with the wedding party. The wider variety of music, and over all fun of the event.