Hopefully you’re here because you’re organising a wedding, party etc and you’re looking for a DJ.
The first two questions you probably want to ask are, "How much do you charge?" and "Are you any good?"
My price is the same regardless of the event: £250 for a 4 hour session, within a 20 mile radius of Norwich. Extra time by negotiation, eg background music for a wedding breakfast etc. Basically, you tell me what you’re looking for and I’ll come up with a quote. Distance away from Norwich will have a bearing on the cost, as will access at the venue.
“Steve, you were great. You played a fantastic variety of music and it wasn't so loud that those sitting around talking couldn't hear each other!”
What you see is what you get - I do all my bookings myself. Having many years’ experience as a DJ and with a love of music through the decades, I’ve just bought some new gear and am keen to share my enthusiasm and knowledge by putting together a night of good music for you and your guests to enjoy and remember.
“Thanks, Steve, for your help in making my birthday celebration so special”
Personal meeting prior to your event (included in fee) to discuss any requests (specific tracks you want included and any you'd hate to hear!).
Extensive music collection/knowledge As much, or as little, input from you as you wish re playlist.
I’m very proud to be able to share the words of David Clayton, Editor of BBC Radio Norfolk:
“DJing - 40 years of experience
There aren’t many DJs who start as young as 14 but Steve began hanging around with Norwich’s famous Gemini Mobile Disco back in the heady days of the seventies. They couldn’t shake him off, so he gradually began his DJing career alongside Gemini’s main DJs, David Clayton and Chris Winter, working the clubs, pubs and venues of Norfolk. Steve has a wealth of experience of all types of audiences, having played the Ocean Room in Gorleston for packed disco nights and formal functions as well as The Talk in Norwich alongside top cabaret artistes. Different crowds need different approaches and techniques. Steve has music for every possible party.
From the days of double decks and wheels of steel, Steve Burns now has the very latest computerised sound system ready to play the smallest intimate room right up to the largest hall. The digital sound is exceptional as is the range of music at his disposal. No longer does he actually play vinyl, but Steve has access to a specially restored original 1970s double-deck disco unit and can simply plug this into his latest hi-tech system to re-create the vinyl sound.”