The Passionate DJ Podcast
How do you take it to heart when someone asks you to keep a secret? If it’s a close friend, does that matter more than a casual acquaintance? What about trade secrets at your work place? Do you share the secret recipes with your friends and family? If you have the inside on the […]
This week, we had the pleasure of hosting Dayton’s very own DJ Chris Lutz. As a staple here in Ohio, Chris spans the spectrum of events from radio, corporate, weddings, clubs, as well as professional sports teams and colleges! Chris shares his journey from working in fast food, Mixed Martial Arts fighter, and a lover […]
Did you miss us? We missed you all! The team has been busy this spring and summer, which means…life happened these past few months.
We had lots of travel, some surprise home improvements, more travel, and someone bought a house. All that and we still managed to play a few gigs and do some gear reviews.
As a mobile DJ, we do our best to provide clients the best quality of service at the best price based on our respective markets and the experience we bring to the table. You send out the contract, and then the client offers what friend of the show FireCat451 calls ‘Insult Money’ other wise as a Low Ball offer!
With over 20 years of experience behind the decks, B Funk shares stories of how the pandemic made him quickly adjust from DJing in front of crowds, to making the switch to streaming online, all while working full time and taking care of a family.
Today we speak with Mitch James, Columbus-based DJ who brings the perspective of a young festival performer in the Midwest. He tells us what it’s like to be a DJ in this strange, post-covid world, the difference between older and younger DJs, and the struggles he’s had in his local community.
While he was here, Mitch played a set for us that included house music, big-room EDM, and other forms of electronic and dance music. Be sure to check it out!
In today’s episode, Trip Turlington shares a few throwback house/pop tracks while sharing memories surrounding those songs and the times they were released. This is a true return to form, as we haven’t released a Trip’s Throwbacks segment in a few years. He brings us on a journey through storytelling, bringing us to the clubs and raves of the 90s… and talking about the association of music and memory.