Musiq Magiq LLC
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Lew Wright did an amazing job with our daughter's wedding. He kept the momentum going until the end of the night, worked with the bride and groom to customize the play list, and coordinated closely with the wedding coordinator allowing us to just enjoy the evening. I recommend him highly.Nov 11, 2016Verified
We hired Kim for our annual Halloween party and he was fantastic!Oct 26, 2016VerifiedKim P.'s reply
This was one of the most fun events I've done this year. An event structured for kids and their parents. I have to commend Lisa for the concept, planning and presentation and you and your co-workers for the work! Luv you all.Type your response to this review.
Musiq Magiq DJed our company Holiday party and did a great job! He played two holiday games that our employees loved. It really got everyone involved and excited. I also loved that they walked around the party asking for requests. He made the whole night about our employees having a good time.Dec 14, 2015VerifiedKim P.'s reply
You and your group provided us with just as much enjoyment during the night. I wish you all a wonderful year.
Kim DJ'ed our 50th HS reunion. The event was held in Richmond, Va. He was there early and stayed late - quality was high as Kim was very responsive to playing the music the group requested. Would enthusiastically recommend him.Apr 30, 2015Verified
Kim made a special effort to select songs most appropriate for our Corvette show. He reviewed all songs we had suggested to be sure there was no offensive lyrics. He was polite and arrived early. He was super!Jun 10, 2014Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Not too complicated: Fundraisers 250.00-350.00, Parties...350-500, Basic wedding w/o lights....600.00, Add 200.00 for advanced lighting and 100.00 if an assistant is required to operate lights. Add 100.00 if generator is required. 1.00 per mile over 100 miles from event., 50.00 for projector and screen and 50.00 if event above first floor. Add 150.00 if you're hard to get along with and subtract 100.00 if you're a fine "easy to get along with" individual.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Try to get to the DJ Convention (Atlantic City) every August, attend new dances and games seminars, mingle with other DJ's and see what they are doing. Buy new equipment and music.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I was a musician (Chicago), relocated to Norfolk, VA and wanted to start another band. Couldn't find what I was looking for to get the same sound. Went into a club and they were doing karaoke. I said "I like it, but not enough energy." Six months later, bought my first unit. DJ work was a natural progression....20 years later, here I am.