A house full of Lawyers. Thought I was never going to get out of there with my gear. They were rowdy and rude and demanded everything. Not a strange place but strange circumstances. Almost unreal.What would you say was the weirdest location you ever did an event at?
Was reminiscing last night and remembered doing a wedding in a Bennigans restaurant once... the couple had met there and wanted their wedding in the exact spot they first met...
a wedding planner contacted me about it... and i agreed to give it a shot.... they closed off a small section of the restaurant... about 25 guests... i set up off to the side and had to keep the music at a moderate level as the other half of the restaurant was open to the public... it went off quite well...the couple and those involved were obviously unique...and up for some fun...
I’d say at least 60% of my clients have been lawyers. Most are pretty good people. I DJ for a lot of elected officials doing rally’s and fund raisers, and most are or have been practicing attorneys.A house full of Lawyers. Thought I was never going to get out of there with my gear. They were rowdy and rude and demanded everything. Not a strange place but strange circumstances. Almost unreal.
couldnt help but think of bubbles shed ...
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I've worked with Mike "Bubbles" Smith on a couple of shows he's a real cool guy and so are Rob (Ricky) and Jean Paul (Julian) and Jonathon Torrens (J-Rock). Torrens and I used to go for beers all the time until my buddy got drunk one night and almost accidentally pushed him over a balcony LOL.
Ellen Page was on one of those shows too she was really young at the time like 12 or so