DJ Morgan Mix ‘Dinner with Soul’

Try this one out at your next semi-fancy dinner party. Adding some good wine and candles are optional but highly recommended!


Best Summer Camp Ever!

The pictures cannot do justice in capturing the incredible day we had yesterday at the Gatekeeper’s Museum on the north shore of Lake Tahoe. Sarah and Luke thank you for making me a part of the celebration, I felt honored to be among your friends and family enjoying the love and happiness. Pure vibes all around.


I’ll be thinking about this one for a long long time. ‚̧




Love Overlooking the Embarcadero

Tonight brought my DJ business right into the heart of San Francisco to the Delancey Street Foundation. With an incredible view looking right at the Bay Bridge and treasure island the crowd came ready for an evening of food, drinks and music celebrating the happy couple.

Joey and Lorrie best wishes and thank you for hiring me for your special day!

And yes, that is a purple brain wedding cake. Never a dull moment as a #WeddingDJ here in the #SFBayArea



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Live at Bloomingdale’s

The nice people at Bloomingdale’s had us play some tunes for their registry brunch kickoff thing. A dance party ensued.

Engineers by Day, Hyphy by Night

Kicked off my 2018 season last night with a post-holiday holiday party at the beautiful City Club of San Francisco. Here’s me feeling festive at the start of the great evening:


After dinner and a raffle we kicked off my favorite part of the evening: the dance party. Things started pretty tame but escalated quickly:

Lots of Hennessy shots will do that, I guess.

Great night and a great start to 2018.


An Old Fashioned Romance

Jon and Virginia dated for 12 years before getting married in February at the historic Sainte Claire Club. They are two old souls that love each other very very much. The celebration with their friends and family was classic to say the least.

Photo credit: Rhee Bevere Photography

Hire a Great Wedding MC


What does it take to be a GREAT WEDDING MC?

I LOVE when prospective clients ask me this question. I honestly wish it was asked more often. Let’s consider the situation: you’ve asked a stranger (that you met on the internet!) to get up in front of your guests and somehow express the energy of the moment without being cheesy or over the top. It’s a risk that many bride and grooms try to avoid by having a untrained friend or family give announcements

The BIGGEST compliment I get is when guests ask if I’m friends with the bride and groom. That means they can FEEL the connection I have and how much the celebration means to me.

How did I become a GREAT Wedding MC?
The same way you get to Carnegie hall: practice, practice, practice.

I have professional training as a Master of Ceremonies and have experience speaking in front of VERY large crowds. Plus as a MC I want to know about the little details so I can help them all flow smoothly throughout the evening.

When I meet with clients here are some questions that I ask to help us plan the finer details of reception:

  • Are your parents planning on giving a welcome toast before dinner?
  • Is your officiant giving a meal blessing?
  • A rough idea of who is giving toasts and whether they are strong public speakers.
  • How does timing of the first dance fit into the reception.
  • Are we featuring any anniversaries or birthdays of grandparents?
  • Who is travelling farthest to attend?

Many times when I bring these questions up during a meeting I get a look of “we hadn’t thought of this” and that’s 100% OK. That’s why you start planning six to nine months in advance and hire great wedding professionals who have experience and can make sure things run smoothly.

In closing I’ll suggest that while you’re meeting potential Wedding MC try close your eyes and picture what they’ll sound like in front of your wedding. Will this person get mistaken for a family friend? Will they smoothly and confidently keep the vibe and energy of the event? If you can picture it in your mind then chances are you’ve found the right MC.

And if you haven’t, no worries, I’m here and ready to talk.

Mountain Winery

DJ Morgan


Ceremony Music for 2018 Weddings

Something that comes up often during meetings with my clients is the topic of ceremony music. I want to share a little of what I’ve found works to create a memorable and sublime musical moment for your wedding day.

Have you thought about any of the following?

  • Pre-ceremony music that fits your venue for when your guests arrive
  • Songs for your officiant and groom to start the ceremony
  • Song for the wedding party and parents
  • Your entrance music, also called the processional
  • Choosing a processional song that sounds unique and 100% “you”
  • A fun and energetic recessional that captures the celebratory moment

I have a treasure chest full of song ideas that I’m happy to share as we plan together. Even better is getting a chance to customize a one of a kind ceremony playlist that will set the tone you want perfectly.

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