DJ Dale Allen

Daniel & Sophia Frishkorn
September 5, 2020
Fern Hollow Nature Center – Sewickley, PA

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Serving Pittsburgh & the surrounding areas with quality DJ/EmCee services for years!

Trusted.
Classy.
Fully Insured.

8/24/2020
E-mail me at: skywave68@comcast.net
for open dates. Because of the coronavirus, I have open dates this fall. Also accpeting dates for 2021.

 

A Message Regarding CODVD-19:

Several of my wedding receptions have backed out due to the coronoavirus. With the Pittsburgh area turning to code GREEN, that means most venues will allow a guest list of up to 25%. I expect that to grow larger.

If you have a reception coming soon & still looking for a quality, classic nonsensical DJ, contact me & we’ll go from there

I have many dates open due to cancellations, please email me at: skywave68@gmail.com

If you have been forced to move your special day to next year & lost your entertainment, please contact me & we’ll get something going! Taking dates for 2021 NOW.

I am honest, dedicated and never overpriced. Read on below:

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Don’t leave the DJ/EmmCee duties to just anyone. Make sure you hire a professional. Someone who has done this over and over again — for over 25 years.

I’m Dale Allen. I want to be your entertainment for your wedding reception. I DJ Weddings on the weekends -and- during the week, you can hear me on WJPA FM, 95.3.

I have a wide knowledge of all genres of music. From Classical to Classic Rock. I have also been in the radio industry since 1991. I have a strong commanding voice and can keep a dance floor packed all the way up until it’s time to go home.

I truly enjoy interacting with your guests and of course, you.

I have a weird knack for ‘reading’ a dance floor and get people up out of their chairs, dancing and enjoying themselves.

However: You will not see me wearing funny hats, using props or drawing attention away from the Bride & Groom and the guests. The center of attention should ALWAYS be the Newlyweds … Certainly not the DJ. Have you ever been to a wedding where the DJ constantly blabs over —  or in-between EVERY song? 

Props are great for a birthday party, anniversary party and the like, but NOT for a formal, regal Wedding Reception. I’m all about doing all of the announcements, playing the music and simply stepping into the back round and watch the fun unfold on the dance floor.

My music library is constantly under construction. Always adding new music. I can always download on the spot with WiFi, so I am never without a song.

I am all digital and use top-notch professional equipment. Stuff you won’t find in the consumer realm. This is all professional equipment. Wireless mics, LED lighting, new top of the line Mackie Thumps and a facade so nobody sees any unsightly wires.

I arrive hours ahead of time to set things up perfectly, so it looks good and sounds better!

Shoot me an email here and we can begin.

dale-allenIn the FM studio for a photo shoot
For the Observer-Reporter



Some sites of interest that may help you:

** DJ INTELLIGENCE has a list of thousands of songs if you get stuck looking for that perfact dance! Check out GENRE SONG LISTS TOO.

Perfect Song Suggestions For Your Wedding Reception.

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“I Gotta Feeling,” by The Black Eyed Peas

“Uptown Funk,” by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars

“Can’t Stop the Feeling!” by Justin Timberlake

“Crazy in Love,” by Beyoncé and Jay Z

“I’ll Be,” by Edwin McCain

“Cha Cha Slide,” by Mr. C The Slide Man

“I Wanna Dance with Somebody” by Whitney Houston

“Happy,” by Pharrell Williams

“Higher Love,” by Kygo and Whitney Houston

“Party Rock Anthem,” by LMFAO and Lauren Bennett

“Shake It Off,” by Taylor Swift

“Moves Like Jagger,” by Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera

“Jump Around,” by House of Pain

“Yeah,” by Usher

“Mambo No. 5,” by Lou Bega

“Marry You,” by Bruno Mars

“I Do,” by Colbie Caillat

“This is What you Came For,” by Calvin Harris featuring Rihanna

“24K Magic,” by Bruno Mars

“OMG,” by Usher featuring will.i.am

“This is How We Do It,” by Montell Jordan

“Raise Your Glass,” by P!nk

“Because You Loved Me,” by Celine Dion

“I Will Always Love You,” by Whitney Houston

“Genie in a Bottle,” by Christina Aguilera

“Hold My Hand,” by Hootie and the Blowfish

“Baby One More Time,” by Britney Spears

“The Macarena,” Los del Rio

“I’ll Make Love To You,” Boyz II Men

“I Swear,” by All-4-One

“I Can Love You Like That by All-4-One

“Fantasy,” by Mariah Carey

“I Knew I Loved You by Savage Garden

“As Long as You Love Me” by Backstreet Boys

“Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It,” by Will Smith

“I Want It That Way,” by Backstreet Boys

“Always Be My Baby,” by Mariah Carey

“Baby Got Back,” by Sir Mix-A-Lot

“What a Girl Wants,” by Christina Aguilera

“Shout,” by Otis Day and the Knights

“Footloose,” by Kenny Loggins

“You Really Got Me,” by The Kinks

“Isn’t She Lovely,” by Stevie Wonder

“YMCA,” by Village People

“Celebration,” by Kool & The Gang

“Dancing Queen,” by ABBA

“Brick House,” by Commodores

“Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” by Elton John and Kiki Dee

“September,” by Earth, Wind & Fire

“Stayin’ Alive,” Bee Gees

“Get Down Tonight,” KC & The Sunshine Band

“In Your Eyes,” by Peter Gabriel

“Sugar, Sugar,” by The Archies

“Stand by Me,” by Ben E. King

“Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours),” Stevie Wonder

“Gimme Some Lovin’,” The Spencer Davis Group

“Forever Young, by Rod Stewart

“Uptown Girl,” by Billy Joel

“L-O-V-E,” by Nat King Cole

“Here Comes the Sun,” by The Beatles

“God Only Knows,” by The Beach Boys

“How Will I Know,” by Whitney Houston

“My Prerogative,” by Bobby Brown

“Dancing Queen,” by ABBA

“The Way You Look Tonight,” by Frank Sinatra

“Ain’t That a Kick in the Head,” by Dean Martin

“Come Fly with Me,” by Frank Sinatra

“The Way You Look Tonight,” by Frank Sinatra

“That’s Amore,” by Dean Martin

“Volare,” by Dean Martin

“I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” by Frank Sinatra

“Pour Some Sugar On Me,” by Def Leppard

“Livin’ On A Prayer,” by Bon Jovi

“Sweet Home Alabama,” by Lynyrd Skynyrd

“Sweet Child O’ Mine,” by Guns N’ Roses

“Don’t Stop Believin’,” by Journey

“Jessie’s Girl,” by Rick Springfield

“I Want to Know What Love Is,” by Foreigner

“Friends in Low Places,” by Garth Brooks

“You’re Still the One,” by Shania Twain

“The Rest Of Our Life,” by Tim McGraw & Faith Hill

“Country Girl (Shake It For Me),” by Luke Bryan

“Wagon Wheel,” by Darius Rucker

“It’s Your Love,” by Tim McGraw with Faith Hill

“Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” by Brooks & Dunn

“When You Say Nothing At All,” by Alison Krauss

“From this Moment On,” by Shania Twain

“Forever and Ever, Amen,” by Randy Travis

“Chicken Fried,” by the Zac Brown Band

“I Need You,” by Leann Rimes

“Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” by Elton John

“Daughters,” by John Mayer

“Truly Madly Deeply,” by Savage Garden

“All of Me by,” John Legend

“At Last,” by Etta James

“Unchained Melody,” by The Righteous Brothers