FOR OVER 30 YEARS, Music on the Strand has been privileged to represent some of the most qualified and talented Mobile Disc Jockeys in the industry. The criteria used when evaluating a DJ’s qualifications are based on their: programming judgement, repertoire, motivating ability, master of ceremonies skills, staging expertise, sound quality, and mixing proficiency. This criteria, coupled of course with decades of dedicated experience, translates into more favorable outcomes measured by the degree their customers are satisfied and happy.
AND, AFTER 30 YEARS, it’s obvious: A DJ’s skill set has to nurtured and continually polished. Therefore, those Professional DJs who spend the most amount of time and energy preparing to meet client expectations, organizing and arranging music, keeping up with the latest party-hosting techniques, learning the newest dances, staying musically current, and maintaining professional sound equipment do the best when it comes to delivering the goods and contributing the most to the success of their engagements.
JOE DURIVAGE has been entertaining folks since 1970! Hailing from upstate NY, we’ve been proudly representing Joe, his DJ entertainment, and people skills, since he moved to North Myrtle Beach over fifteen years ago. There’s nothing pretentious or fancy about Joe, and we think that’s why folks love him so much. He’s a regular, down to earth guy who thoroughly enjoys people, genuinely aims to please, and ALWAYS… Read more
CHRIS JAMES has dedicated himself to providing quality DJ Entertainment for two decades, at over 2,000 events throughout New England. Ranging from fully- choreographed wedding celebrations to prestigious corporate functions, Chris states “This is my passion!” and has aligned himself closely with the disc jockey industry because it affords him numerous opportunities to bring “positive energy” into the lives of others. Website
PAT TAYLOR doesn’t have to seek out glowing references for his work as a Master Mobile Disc Jockey in the Myrtle Beach Area—praise for what he does follows him after each of his performances. With over 30 years as a mobile DJ, he likes to describe himself as a “chameleon” who has developed the ability to adapt to the needs and preferences of a wide variety of crowds in a wide variety of party situations. Read more
PAUL MATTHEWS is one of the DJ Industry’s “genuine nice guys”—family man, hardworking, pleasant, and involved with his church’s youth group. These qualities translate well into a reliable and effective disc jockey. For several years, “Tall Paul,” an apt nickname, served as the chief engineer for five radio stations along the Grand Strand, handling any technical difficulty that might arise. As such, he’s our most-qualified trouble shooter… Read more
SCOTT SHAW came to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in 1991 to join the cast of the award winning “Carolina Opry.” During his time there, he wrote sketches, worked on production, and was featured as a vocalist, comedian, and all around performer. With over 30 years of experience as an entertainer, Scott’s credits include three years as a bassist and vocalist for the 60’s rock band “Paul Revere & The Raiders” Read more
In the Myrtle Beach Area, one Disc Jockey entertainer is actually a “household word”—showman, radio personality WALLY B. Walk with Wally in any Myrtle Beach shopping area and you’ll witness repeated friendly encounters from folks who smilingly call out greetings to “The B-Man.” Wally’s charisma and winning personality are complimented by years of experience as a mobile DJ for weddings and private parties. Read more
TOM BALDWIN started his DJ career in Boston back in the mid 70’s. His huge inventory of music, containing over 80,000 selections, ranges from the Big Band Era on up through Contemporary. Continuously updating his repertoire to include everything that’s hot on the charts, Tom stays current which enables him to meet even the most discerning demands of the Myrtle Beach Area “Middle School-aged music enthusiast.” Read more
JAMES BLACKMAN owned and operated a successful DJ company in Raleigh, NC before moving to the Grand Strand in 1989. Since his arrival, he has become widely known as Banana Jack Murphy, the beloved and charismatic radio and TV show personality. In 1994, he was the talk of the town when his wacky television show, “Myrtle Beach Daze” hit the air. Jack’s flair for showmanship is apparent in both his daily life and while performing as a mobile DJ.