You probably have some questions about planning a successful event.  
I have chosen to address some of the more popular ones below.  

If you have a question that's not answered here, please feel free to call.
What sets Sound Force Unlimited  Disc Jockey Service apart from all the others?

We are by far the most affordable and inexpensive Formal Professional Disc Jockey Company in the
market.  We have many years of experience performing at Weddings, Proms, School Dances,
Anniversaries, Birthday Parties, Corporate Functions, Banquets, Christmas Parties and Much More!  
Music from the 1940’s through the present, State of the Art Sound and Light Show Available.  We feature
a former Radio and Television personality, Formally Attired Disc Jockeys and Personalized Service.

What kind of music do you have?

We have music from the 1940’s to the present, from salsa to swing.  We also have Spanish, Italian, Irish
and Portuguese.  
If you know you would like to hear a particular type of music, there’s a good chance that it’s in our
library, just tell us in advance.  If by chance we don’t have it, we will by the time of your function.
"They're Playing My Song!"
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Inquiring Minds
Who are your Disc Jockeys?

Our company is comprised of two seasoned performers who have an enormous amount of entertainment experience.  Relative to
the amount of events, at which we perform every year, we are constantly performing, which keeps our skills sharp at all times.   
“Danger Boy” Alfredo, is Bi-lingual and speaks both Spanish and English.  He was formerly heard on 92 PRO-FM and B101.5 FM
Morning Radio Shows and is now the host, producer and director of Back Stage Entertainment television show.  He has been a
former radio personality, a professional wrestler seen on WWE and television personality and has been featured on the cover and
in many newspapers, magazines and newsletters pertaining to the world of radio & entertainment.  

What will the Disc Jockey wear?

Generally, we wear classic black tuxedos for formal affairs, shirts and ties or polo shirts and dress pants for more casual events.  If,
however, you have something else in mind for the dress code, just let us know.

How will you handle the master of ceremonies responsibilities?
How will you interact with my guests?

You make the call.  We are eloquent master of ceremonies and will host your entire event, unless you request otherwise.  We'll be
as involved or uninvolved, as you'd like us to be.  We are versatile performers who have the ability to be outgoing and entertaining
when it's requested, but can also be reserved and low-key if that's your preferred style.  What we'll never be is overbearing or
embarrassing on the microphone.  The focus of attention will always remain on you and your guests, the stars of the day.

Do you take breaks?

No.  You'll hear continuous music from beginning to end - an uninterrupted flow of seamlessly mixed music, especially during

If we book you for a certain amount of hours and then decide that night that we’d like you to perform longer, is that a

When you book us, it is for the whole event that is what makes us so affordable and different then any other Disc Jockey company.  
As long as it’s an evening event, we’ll stay for as long as you’d like us to.  If it is something out of the ordinary then we will charge a
minimal fee to stay longer.

How far in advance should I reserve my date?

We generally begin booking dates anywhere from one to twelve months in advance.  Since we can only perform at a limited amount
of events per weekend, we strongly recommend that you contact us as soon as possible to check on the availability status of your
date.  By the same token, if for some reason you find yourself in a situation where you need a Disc Jockey last minute, please call
us.  We'll make every possible effort to help you.

How much choice do I have in the music selection?

As much as you'd like.  Occasionally people decide to handpick each and every song that's played at their event, which is perfectly
fine, but it's not necessary.  

Do you play guests' requests?

That's completely up to you.  If it's okay, we'll play whatever your guests want to hear.  In fact, we encourage it.  If, however, you'd
prefer that we not take requests, that's also fine.  We have never in our careers run into that problem.

What if we want to hear a song that you don’t have?

Beyond what we have, we have a master music library that contains more than 50,000 songs.  So, if you know you would like to hear
a particular selection, there’s a good chance that it’s in our library, just tell us in advance.  If it’s not there either, we’ll get it, as long
it's still in print.  Or, if you'd like us to use music from your own collection, we can do that, as well.

I love music and listen to it all the time, but I never seem to know the names of songs or artists.
How do I tell you what I like?

A very common predicament and problem.  You might be surprised to find out how many people are in the same musical boat.  Once
again, this is an area where we come in handy.  In addition to being meticulous planners, we are accomplished tune detectives.  
Know a song title but not the singer?  Just know some of the lyrics?  Come on by and hum a few bars and we'll help you figure out
just what it is you're looking for.

There are songs that we definitely don’t want played at our event.  
How do we make certain that we won't hear those wretched tunes?

We'll strongly encourage you to give us a "don't play" list of music, and we will absolutely abide by it.  You will not hear any
unwelcome surprises at your event.  But, on the other hand, a packed dance floor might like some of the songs that you may not.  In
this case, we would double check with you and play it at your request!

How many songs will be played during our event?

The average song is about three to four minutes long, so you can figure that approximately twelve to fifteen songs can be played
per hour.

I'm concerned about the volume level.  How do you effectively control it?

We're very conscious of the fact that no one wants to listen to music at an uncomfortably high volume, and that people have
different sensitivity levels. That's why we'll constantly monitor the sound intensity throughout the course of your event.  Our
dynamic sound systems allow us to create an environment that's conducive to both dancing and socializing.

I'm going to need a lot of guidance as I plan the event. Can you help?

One of the most important services we offer is the assistance of coordinating your event.  We'll help you carefully plan every detail.  
And if you're looking for interesting ideas to make your party particularly distinctive, we've got plenty to suggest.

When should I speak with Sound Force Unlimited to coordinate any last minute details?

Please contact us a few days to a week prior to your event.  At that point we'll make arrangements to carefully plan any last minute
details or anything you might have forgotten or changed.  If you would prefer to speak with us earlier than that, that's fine.

What time will you arrive at the function facility?

We will arrive about an hour or an hour and a half before your scheduled start time to prepare and set up.

What if, due to an emergency, you can't make it to the event?

In the highly unlikely event that we will be unable to perform due to a severe emergency situation, we can assure you that your
entertainment will be provided exactly as planned; that is why the two of us are at every event, just in case this extremely rare
situation arises.  In all our years of doing business, we've never missed a performance.

What if something happens to the sound system?

We carefully maintain our system to help eliminate the possibility of equipment malfunctions.  
To make certain that we're able to deal with any technical challenges that may come up, however,
we have a backup system, which means that you'll have music no matter what.

We’re still deciding between a band or a Disc Jockey?

Bands have a lot of limitations.  Regardless of how talented a band is, it's impossible for them to sound just like the original artists.  
Also, no matter how large their repertoire is, it’s still quite limited when you compare it to what we offer; we can play literally any
song that you'd like to hear.  Another important difference between a band and us is that we don’t take breaks; the music will be
continuous from beginning to end.  One more thing: We can easily control the volume from a single switch and keep it at an
appropriate level at all times.  It's very difficult, however, for a live singer not to powerfully belt out a tune or a percussionist not to
whack the drums so hard.

How much gratuity is appropriate?

People generally tip their disc jockey 10% to 20% of the total payment at the end of the event.

Fun Fact, Did you know... Back in the early 1990's, Alfredo was a back up dancer up on stage for "Stevie B" when he performed in
Providence, RI.