DJs Gain Popularity in Wedding Industry, According to New Survey by

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No longer taboo to hire DJ in place of live band for wedding.

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Times have changed and so have wedding trends. Where it was once unheard of to go without a live band at a wedding, it is now commonplace to hire a DJ instead, finds

In the age of mp3s and instant access to a plethora of music at the click of a button, wedding DJs have grown in popularity in recent years. Couples looking to hire DJs in place of a live band should take time to research prospective candidates, read reviews, and consider recommendations from other brides and grooms in the area. After a DJ is chosen, it is best to spend time with the vendor to go over lists of acceptable and unacceptable music for the wedding. DJs have a better grasp of what the job entails when their clients provide them a list of specific songs to play (or not to play) as well as detailed instructions of what is expected of them (

“Live bands used to practically be the only option for wedding music, but that is no longer the case. We are seeing wedding DJs steadily gaining favor in the industry,” says Brett Reynolds, CEO of “DJs can easily personalize a music playlist when given adequate guidelines, and most have samples of their work readily available for brides and grooms to listen to or view.”

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