About ThatGuyRocks

Dallas Mobile DJ 
“Hiring a wedding DJ is a tricky process. If you select your DJ based only on price, you might get lucky and get one of the greats who is just starting out. You might get what you pay for – a cheap DJ.”

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Almost every DJ has a music inventory, and sound equipment. Many DJ s even include a light show, or a video montage. But not everyone who shows up with the right equipment is someone you should trust with your wedding day.” That Guy Rocks is a professional entertainment company.

DJ Zach has been deeply involved in the entertainment industry since he was a toddler when mom and dad owned and managed locations of Fun Time Live and Planet Kidz in Coppell and Dallas. These events were hosted every weekend with 250-700 kids. DJ Zach has been an equipment guy for dad and Michael Blake from KISS FM, a sound guy for several different clients, video and lighting guy for Gateway Church and  music maestro at literally hundreds of events over the  last decade.

DJ Zach loves kids. He has served at Gateway Mix56 for three years with 5th and 6th grade students. DJ Zach knows and understands the music the kids want to hear but also has the professionalism and respect for parents and teachers to know when a song should not be played.

J Loren Norris is more than a “wedding DJ or MC”, Loren is a 25 year veteran Conference Speaker, Dale Carnegie Coach & Toastmaster Advanced Communicator and 2011 World Champion of Public Speaking Semi Finalist. Loren is also a Certified Professional Speaker, Trainer and Coach with the John Maxwell Team. He is dedicated achieving excellence at your event, managing your timeline and flow and will not embarrass you on the Mic.

We will dedicate 20-30 hours to your wedding before the day arrives and will commit to making sure even the smallest details are attended to promptly.

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 “If you need a DJ that is more than just a nice guy with a great music inventory and a sound system you owe it to yourself to at least meet with Loren over a cup of coffee and see for yourself. He is one of a kind in the DJ business.” Shannon

WHY ThatGuyRocks.com

We DJ weddings, house parties and kids events all over Dallas, Fort Worth and the Mid Cities areas as well as Mc Kinney, Frisco Allen, Denton and Garland. No area is too far, we have even performed as MC for a class reunion in Austin, provided a fully mobile sound system with music and mics and DJ’d a parade in Lampasas and DJd both proms and weddings in Erick and Antlers OK. /span>From the planning stages of the ceremony through the last dance of the wedding reception, we will walk you through the process. (See the Bride’s Guide on the DJ SERVICES page)

Whether you need basic music and light show only, karaoke, video montage, or videographer, we can assist with your planning and execution. We will MC the special events at the receptions such as first dance, cake cutting, games and trivia, and the bouquet and garter toss. For awards ceremonies and corporate events we can provide video presentations, music and sound effect collaborations, and even assist with pre-event video shoot and production.
Light shows, company logos in lights or video montage, and floor plan assistance are also available upon request. We have done karaoke for 7 year old birthday parties and karaoke for corporate team building events. Most karaoke parties start off slow, but karaoke gets better as the party goes on and the alcohol gets flowing. Karaoke parties almost never end on time… Call us for your next party, bar mitzvahs, bat mitzvahs, wedding reception, karaoke, awards ceremony, sweet sixteen, prom, graduation, home coming, field day, valentine or no reason at all dance. 98% of our music is radio edited, from Promo Only, iTunes, or my very eclectic collection of CDs bought from e-bay, and half price books.

Hiring a DJ is a tricky process. If you select a DJ based only on price, you might get lucky and get one of the greats who is just starting out… but you might get what you pay for.Almost every DJ has music, and sound equipment. Some service agreements even include light show, and a video montage. But not everyone who shows up with the right equipment is someone you should trust with your most memorable day.

The ability to manage the mic, read the room, control the flow of the event and entertain without being obtrusive is an art form. It takes a skilled MC to make announcements that do not sound like you are waiting for the number three
train at Grand Central.

It takes experience, maturity and wisdom to know what needs to be done in a crisis, what the wedding party needs to know and what can be corrected without interfering with their evening. It takes a professional.