Lion and Lamb Production, Inc. (Christian DJs)
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They were awesome and worth it! My guests had so much fun.Sep 11, 2012
Mary Ann R.
Marvin made my wedding a magnificent party! His music selection was outstanding, and he engaged the audience for the entire four hours he was there. Everyone had so much fun.Sep 11, 2012
Chris Luz H.
We had the honor or having Marvin dj our daughter's Quinceañera this past July 2012. Marvin with his commanding presence that is both entertaining and admired. He and his assistant did an outstanding job bringing a perfect balance to the whole celebration. We were truly blessed with his service & highly recommend his services.Aug 27, 2012Marvin L.'s reply
Thank you for your kind words, it was an honor to serve your Family, what a party!
Marvin and the DJ brought energy into the room with their upbeat personalities, fun games, and upbeat music. Some of the guests told me later that they really liked my MC and DJ. If you're a Christian who don't want to compromise on the entertainment, then Marvin is great about being firm on songs he won't play. -Linda New YorkJun 7, 2012
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- What types of customers have you worked with?We provide professional Christian DJ Services for: Weddings Sweet Sixteen QuinceaÃ±era Birthday Parties Anniversary Parties Dinner Celebrations Proms & School Dances etc.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?? Probably the worst way to choose a DJ is on price alone. Some DJs are more expensive than others. Prices in New York can range from $250 to $2000 for 5 hours. That is quite a difference and it would be very tempting to choose the cheapest alternative. If that is all you can afford, then you have no choice. But consider the law of supply and demand. There is a reason some DJs cost more than others. They are usually worth it. More expensive DJs tend to be more experienced DJs. They charge more because they have a lot of jobs. They have a lot of jobs because they have a good reputation. Generally, DJs on the low end of the price scale are new to the business and trying to get established. They might do a great job for you and could be worth a shot if your party is on the informal side. But there is more risk with a less experienced person. On the other hand, if a DJ is on the low end of the price scale after being in business for 10-15 years, that is cause for concern. Why does someone with experience not command experienced pay for what they do? Some DJs have a lot of experience, but perhaps not the kind you, or anyone else, is looking for.