Upcoming Events and Weekend Recap

Wow! What a weekend! Beyond the kick-off to our wedding season here at Adagio Djay Entertainment, but we’ve also had some exciting news on the National level as well!


Big Brother Big Sister at the St. Paul Saint’s Game

Thursday, May 5th, 2011 at 5:30pm

DJ Zach and Adagio Djay Entertainment will be providing the music and sound system for the 15th annual BBBS St. Paul Saints Game. Food, Tunes, and Baseball. Doesn’t get much better than that!



Friday, April 29, 2011

We’d like to extend huge congratulations to Stefanie and Kyle who were married at the Landmark Center in St. Paul. Stefanie and Kyle hired Adagio to provide the music for their ceremony as well as their reception at the Landmark Center.  After a beautiful ceremony, guests were escorted upstairs for champagne and appetizers. After Dinner DJ Tommy serenaded the crowd with some of the biggest hits in Motown while mixing in some of the hottest songs on the radio today.

Saturday, April 30, 2011

DJ Dominique paid a visit to Christos Union Depot Saturday for Becky and Chad’s nuptials. Becky and Chad wanted a variety of different music at their wedding reception.  Some of the songs they had on their “Must Play” list include everything from “Copacabana” by Barry Manilow, “Blister in the Sun” by Violent Femmes, “The Way You Look Tonight” by Frank Sinatra, “Ring of Fire” by Johnny Cash, and “Sexy Chick” by David Guetta. That’s about as diverse as it gets! But my favorite part about Becky and Chad’s musical milieu would be their last dance of the night: “Good Life” by OneRepublic. I saw this on the CoolTV the other day (If you have cable your S.O.L. only those without cable get to enjoy the CoolTV) and it was fantastic!


Osama Bin Laden = Dead!

I remember where I was on September 11th, 2001. I remember the fear, the hate, and the sadness that that day brought. I remember sitting there and watching CNN, CNBC, FoxNews and the like for as much information as I could possibly gather.

A lot has changed in the last 10 years. As much excitement and exhilaration that I experienced when I heard that he had been killed, the part that really struck me and astonished me was the way I found out. Instead of being glued to my television like I was in 2001, I was glued to my Blackberry. I found out from a Facebook status update that one of my friends posted. I used my NY Times app to find the story, I watched Obama address the nation and confirm his demise on YouTube using my phone. NONE of these technologies were even a blip on the radar when the attack actually happened. Now they were my go to source of information. I didn’t even own a cell phone in 2001!  Mark Zuckerberg (The guy who invented Facebook) was 17 when the twin towers fell! It’s amazing how time flies and how much time has passed since that day and it makes it that much more satisfying that the United States of America is still standing 10 years later.

Dave Marcotte

A really great friend of mine lost his Father this last weekend. Dave Marcotte died on Sunday after suffering a stroke. I’ve known his son Mike for several years and all of our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. Love Ya buddy!

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