My name is Evan, and have been married going on 12 years. I graduated from college with a double major in Business Administration, and English. I then graduated from Law School with an emphasis in tax law. I've been DJing since high school, and did my first house party at the age of fifteen. I constantly evolve my DJ systems, abilities, and techniques. I grew up in New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment.
How long have you been a DJ?
For 24 years as of 2019.
How many weddings have you done?
I've done over 920 weddings, and many other events as of 2019. Direct personal experience is crucial for weddings. Some companies will say they have done over 8000 weddings. That figure doesn't say anything about how many events your particular DJ has done; it only reveals that the company churns out tons of events.
What is your equipment like?
I use only top quality components built specifically for DJ and professional audio industry. I also play a number of instruments, so I have a clear idea for how an area should sound.
Who will DJ my event if I go with you?
Good question!!! I will ALWAYS DJ your event. In all the years I've been a DJ, I have never failed to appear for an event that I've been hired for. Your event is too special to me to pass it off to an employee, or to subcontract another Albuquerque DJ to do.
Can you perform outdoors?
Yes, I love outdoor events! I own white wedding canopies for both my ceremony, and reception systems.
Do you travel outside of Albuquerque?
Yes, I travel all over New Mexico, and parts of Colorado.
Can you recommend any other vendors in this area that are good?
Sure, there are a handful of other vendors that I can recommend due to their diligence, promptness, responsibility, and integrity. I've seen them in action, and they do an excellent job. I like to work with them because they can foresee what to do in advance so to speak. They don't often know that I recommend them either.
There are a couple of bad apple vendors still left in this industry, and they have hung around because they are great at working out under-the-table deals with other mediocre vendors. I generally know who those vendors (photographers) are, and try to avoid working with them because they don't meet my standards of quality or integrity.