DJ Dorsey – St. Louis Wedding DJs

Attention to detail, professionalism, courtesy, performance – we were thrilled with our photographer and DJ – they made our night!!!! Kim, Crescent Farm

DJ has a passion for music and people. That passion comes through in his work. You will quickly feel like he is part of the family. He is super friendly, fun to work with and will make sure your vision for the celebration becomes a reality.

How would you describe your “DJ Personality”?

I would describe my personality as very professional and service oriented “ask and you shall receive”. My DJ style is for those who love to dance the night away. I start the night out very professional and laid back but once I open the dance floor it’s party time!

What is your favorite DJ memory?

My favorite memory was one time after I finished a ceremony and wedding event one of the guest came up to me and said “I have been to 4 weddings this year and hands down, this was the most fun Reception I have been to!!”

What is your favorite thing about being a DJ?

My favorite thing about being a DJ is making the day special for our clients. It’s nice to be a part of a memory that will last a life time.

What makes you unique / stand out as a DJ?

What makes me unique as a DJ is not only am I handsome and a great dresser 😉 but my knowledge of music is vast and endless.

What is your favorite part of the night?

My favorite part of the night is the intro’s because it really sets the tone for how the night will go.

What is your favorite party song?

As of right now my one of my favorite party songs is “That’s What I Like- Bruno Mars.

Why did you become a DJ?

I became a DJ because I love music and I love interacting with people. I have always been the “DJ” for when my friends and I get together. Also being a DJ was me officially committing myself to a life of music.

List one fun fact about you most people do not know:

Not only do I DJ with Complete Weddings + Events, but I go to school for Music Production/Audio Engineering at E.I Institute by Nelly.

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