The Sounds DJ Services and Entertainment is a Burlington, Ontario-based company that has been spinning great music for events for more than 10 years. Led by Joe Seyler, the company is known to provide stellar DJ service coupled with seamless and deft event execution. With more than 20 years of DJ experience, Joe is not new to the workings of the turntable. It is Joe’s adaptability to his audience that keeps the dance floor overflowing with people. With a massive library pulling from many genres, including country, hip-hop, jazz, rock, pop, electronic, oldies, R&B/soul, and top 40, Joe has all the right music to energize your party.
DJ Joe Seyler
What do you love about being a DJ?
Joe: There’s nothing better than finding that throwback song that makes the entire dance floor stop and think “oh yeah…I LOVE this song!” When they hear that song, the memories start flowing back.
When you’re not rocking the dance floor, what are some of your favourite things to do?
Joe: You can usually find me playing board games or card games with my wife and kids (I am very competitive). I also make it a point to get out to as many Toronto Blue Jays games as possible; since I was a kid, my sister and I have been going to games together.
If you weren’t a DJ or MC, what would you be doing?
Joe: I’d probably be a chef. I love being in the kitchen and experimenting with dishes and flavours; being of Italian descent, you can find me making pasta dishes more often than not…but no baking…I’m terrible at baking…way too much science for me.
Do you have any “Guilty Pleasures”?
Joe: 2 words…TACO BELL!
How long can you hold your breath for?
Joe: Hold on………………………………….
If you have any questions for Joe, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org .
DJ Greg Camp
What made you get into DJing in the first place?
Greg: My #1 passion is music and my friend Pete had turn tables. He couldn’t make a gig and I filled in for him. Fell in love immediately
How long have you been spinning tunes?
Greg: I was 16 when I did my first gig at a bar playing Rock n Roll. For $50 and a meal. My Mum drove me.
What else are you into besides DJing? Do you collect anything? Cufflinks, Vinyl?
Greg: All of those! I play guitar and drums in my basement & around the campfire. Now, mostly teaching my son both. I have enough Vinyl but I am trying to acquire the full Tragically Hip discography, twice. One for listening and one for framing. I’m half way there.
When you’re not rocking a dance floor, what kind of music do you listen to (personally)?
Greg: I’m open to anything, Rock n Roll and the Blues are at the top of my many lists. The Tragically Hip
What do you think makes you a good DJ?
Greg: Musically = Passion, Knowledge & Timing.
What’s your favorite part of a wedding? First dance, first open dance? Last song?
Greg: Easily, the First Dance floor jam and the smiles that follow.
What’s one of your favorite memories DJing?
Greg: Multiple beer bottles thrown at the DJ booth for not playing enough Country. The owner specifically wanted RnR. (To be fair, It was a “Country Western” bar)
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