First gig back in almost 6
months. Amazing feeling top be
out playing music to people
again. All following social
distance guidelines of course.
"Hi Graham, What can I say to do you justice? You were absolutely amazing! You had
everybody up on the dance floor the whole night. Everybody has sent messages to
say how much they enjoyed themselves and how wonderful the DJ was. We are so
pleased that you were able to be there for our wedding, You are the talk of the town
from Fintry to London. You really know how to work the crowd and create a brilliant
party atmosphere. I would recommend you to anyone who wants their wedding to be
memorable. You are exactly what you say...", Lorna and Alfie Carson" (via Email)
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|DJ Graham is a top rated Glasgow Wedding DJ with over 10 years experience of being a DJ at Weddings, Birthday Parties and Corporate
Events at some of most prestigious venues in Scotland.
I am also able to provide Mood lighting, photo booths and LED dance floors in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Ayrshire and Lanarkshire to
transform your evening from a great night into an unforgettable extravaganza.
Whatever the occasion or event, 5 Star Discos can cater a whole range of music, sound and lighting options to suit any taste. Being the highest rated
Scottish DJ in the DJ Mark Award system, I have hundreds of satisfied clients who have had their night transformed. But don't take my word for it,
explore the site, have a look at the videos and pictures and read the numerous feedback and testimonials from previous discos.
Almost 5 months since my last event and boy did it feel good to get back out playing music for people again. I've worked as a professional musician or
DJ basically non stop since I was about 17 years old so to be sat in at weekends for thew past few months has been a shock to the system.
Luckily it looks like things are opening up and we are getting back to a place of some normailty.
If you do have an event coming up I am booked for please note that if you are considering moving dates to get in touch and refer to your T&Cs. I am
following the govermnets guidelines and with live music events expected to open from mid September it is fair to assume wedding receptions and other
private events will be allowed to go ahead in some capacity. Any changes you make outwith the current government guideline updates such as moving
date will be classed as a cancelation based on your decision and may result in you forfeiting your initial payment.