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DJ or similar recommendation please .......


tllm2

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Have just been let down by a DJ (friend of a friend) that we had booked for my in laws 50th wedding anniversary do in August in Bromley. Does anyone have any recommendations/suggestions of a DJ that we could try to book to fill in.


(Its for a private party, not a huge gathering, not a huge budget, obviously with guests of 60 years plus, able to play 60s music upwards and will hardly be an 'all night rave'.)


Any suggestions would be gratefully received.

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