Do you want to organize an impressive event without any experience, even if you have no clue where to start? If so keep reading...Jeremiah Mix has been a mobile DJ with nearly a decade of experience! Throughout the years, he has been able to identify different aspects of what makes certain celebrations unforgettably amazing, and others completely lifeless and dull despite the huge effort hosts put in.He has helped a wide variety of clients from different cultures and backgrounds by offering input to ensure that their special day be a complete success.In this audiobook, you will discover:The one overlooked point that affects your guests even before the party starts:The “must-knows” before sending out invitationsThe key ingredient that very few are using at their festivitiesThe secrets to making the perfect playlist without hiring a DJWhy planning a celebration during ugly weather can work in your favorHow to cater to a mixed crowd of guests and individualsHow to plan an epic wedding reception with very little moneyThis book lays out and explains all the important aspects in a way even your grandparents will be able to throw an amazing party with all their friends. So, if you want to get started and plan an epic event your guests will never forget, scroll up and get it today! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kamil Borowski. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/209547/bk_acx0_209547_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Roadie. DJ. Promoter. Reviewer. Punter. Nige Tassell’s adult life has been defined by live music. It’s the fabric of his being, his bloodline, his DNA. He is Mr Gig – or at least he was. A few years ago, Mr Gig hung up his backstage pass and headed off to raise children in rural isolation. Now, with house renovated and kids domesticated, he turns back to face the music and barely recognises his former love: the astronomical ticket prices; the sea of mobile phones obscuring the view; the once-iconic venues selling naming rights to drinks companies. On a mission to rekindle his passion for live music, Nige embarks on a round-Britain trip from super-sized arena shows to microscopic folk festivals, from blacker-than-black death metal gatherings to brightly coloured ‘80s pop revivals in an attempt to get his groove back. Along the way, he finds himself the recipient of a Michael Eavis practical joke, scoffs his way through Elbow’s backstage banquet, endures a near-death experience en route to a festival on a remote Hebridean island, and even goes gladioli shopping with a Smiths tribute band. Will Nige fall back in love with live music? Can he make peace with middle age? And will he ever again be able to rightfully call himself Mr Gig? Nige Tassell is a freelance music journalist whose work has appeared in The Word, Q, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, New Statesman and Paste. He has also presented music documentaries for BBC Radio 4. His journalistic highlights include scoffing cake in the Test Match Special commentary box, interviewing Boy George while pushing his son around the aisles of Morrisons and being (surely!) the only person ever to travel to The Ivy by National Express coach. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ben Elliot. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/012867/bk_adbl_012867_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.