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Dallas / Fort Worth Wedding DJ, Lighting & Videography

Professional DJs
Wedding Receptions
Ceremonies
Corporate Events
Private Parties
Event Lighting
Videography
High Definition Wedding Films
Screen & Projector Rental
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If you're interested in hiring Uptown Sound for your Dallas wedding, you may request a customized quote for DJ, lighting, or videography services.
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Uptown Sound is proud to be in the top 5% of wedding professionals nationwide. We take pride in offering outstanding service, and we thank our customers for providing us with excellent feedback and reviews.
"My husband and I could not be more pleased with the services Aaron provided for our wedding! The dance floor was packed all night which is exactly what we wanted. We are so thrilled that Aaron was our DJ and would recommend him to others in a heartbeat. Friendly, professional, experienced, and fun - not much more you can ask for!" -Julie M.
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My Story: 17 Years of Professional Experience

Aaron Kannowski
When I tell people I have been in business for 20 years, most look at me in disbelief. The picture you see is not one taken in my younger days. This is how I look now at age 35. I have been a wedding DJ since I was a freshman in high school. It is still as enjoyable and exciting today as it was when I first started. Here's how it all began.

Early Years
I became interested in music as a toddler, constantly trying to push all the buttons on my parents' stereo system. I was the kid who cared less about toy trucks; I just wanted the new Michael Jackson and Prince records.  When I was old enough to know what it meant to be a disc jockey, I would practice in my bedroom and look for opportunities to entertain the neighbors. Some of the first events I deejayed were neighborhood block parties and friends’ birthday parties using a couple of boombox cassette players.  By the time I was in 7th grade, I became the official DJ for my middle school, along side my science teacher who did all of the announcing. My school had all of the sound equipment, and for lighting they had a disco ball permanently hung in the middle of the cafeteria.

Professional DJ & Radio Career Begins
My first paid job was in the fall of 1994, as a freshman in high school, when my science teacher asked me to continue to DJ the middle school dances for $50 a dance. I took him up on the offer, but I knew I needed to freshen up my music collection with all the latest hits. Since there was no such thing as iTunes at that time, my options were limited. I didn't have the budget to buy all of the latest CDs, so instead I made a phone call to the local radio station.

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