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Hi folks,

 

Just saying a quick hello as I'm new to the forum.

 

Came into the world of DJ through the side door and kinda surprised myself.

I call/host Ceilidhs (wild Scottish dancing!) at weddings and parties and was being asked more and more to DJ afterwards. After a few 'fly by the seat of my pants' moments, I thought I better learn a bit more about it and make a proper effort to do things right.

 

Now it's full on wedding season and I'm loving it. Still learning in a big way, but having a lot of fun at the same time.

 

This looks like a good place to hang out and get to know other fantastic folks who're focused on throwing the best parties.

 

Thanks for letting me join,

 

Lou :)

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Hi Lou and welcome :clapping:

 

It'd be interesting to hear how the whole Ceilidh thing works - but you should post elsewhere, as this area is only for hello posts.

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Thanks for the warm welcome folks. I'm sure I'll throw some ceilidh related stuff into the mix for anyone interested (in another part of the site) as it's a great way to have loads of interaction with your crowd and helps you get to know them quickly. 

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Funny enough I'm doing a wedding 2mo with a Ceilidh section. Their uncle is doing the calling and giving me the music to play. Should be interesting!

I always thought it was an Irish thing not Scottish. Goes to show how much I know about it!

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Hi and :welcome:

 

Sounds like an exciting change from the norm

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Hi Lou,

 

Welcome to the forum!

 

Paul (Tech)

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Funny enough I'm doing a wedding 2mo with a Ceilidh section. Their uncle is doing the calling and giving me the music to play. Should be interesting!

I always thought it was an Irish thing not Scottish. Goes to show how much I know about it!

How did it go? ...and don't worry, we make 'ceilidh' difficult to spell so it's harder for folks to find out about it ;)

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How did it go? ...and don't worry, we make 'ceilidh' difficult to spell so it's harder for folks to find out about it ;)

It was a really fun night and it made life easier for me as they had 3 sets of Ceilidh dancing!

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