If you are seeking the best female wedding DJ in Boston, you came to the right place. With over 500 events, Kim has extensive experience and expertise as a wedding DJ.
When it comes to hiring the best DJ for your Boston Weddings, DJ Kim Collins is sure to be the crowd pleaser that you have been searching for. She started her DJ career in radio with 105.7 WROR and 100.7 WZLX and has transitioned to providing the best talent in Boston and surrounding areas for all your wedding DJ needs.
No matter the size or demographic of the audience, Kim takes a great amount of pride in her work and never takes her services lightly. She’s a proud professional and you can take reassurance in knowing that your wedding party size of 20 to 1000 will get just as much love, respect and energy.
We’d be honored to help your friends, family and loved ones celebrate the most important day of your life and look forward to making your big day a memorable one.
My first love and passion… being on the air! With 25 years of on-air experience… it’s certainly what I know best. Unfortunately, live, local radio is becoming a thing of the past. Many radio stations have chosen to voicetrack and my voicetracking experience includes a station right here in Boston. I’m prompt, dependable and a great choice for your next voicetracking gig.
Narration projects are a large part of what I do. I welcome multi-page scripts and my desire for perfection means that I’m open to revisions if need be. Narration projects include, but are not limited to, multi-media presentations, documentaries, corporate videos, on-line tutorials, industrials, audio books, cd-roms, training videos and flash presentations. Lengthy narration projects can take time… but I try to accommodate my clients with quick turn around and complete follow through until the project is right.
After many years of doing radio commercials, which go hand in hand with being on the air, I decided to branch out into voiceovers 10 years ago. Radio and tv ads, web audio, character voices, etc. all fall into this category and my prompt turnaround makes me a perfect choice for your next voiceover project.
The first thing you want your clients to hear when they call your company is a pleasant and friendly voice! I’ve recorded phone systems for companies around the world and my welcoming voice and the desire for continuity means that I’m around for the long haul…and I’m always available for additions to your system.
There aren’t many female voice talents who do radio imaging…the recording of call letters and positioning statements for radio stations. Essentially you are the station “voice”. It’s really a passion of mine and I certainly think that classic rock and top 40 are my forte…but listen for yourself. I make my schedule as flexible as possible and try to cater to the stations that I record for. I recognize that it’s imperative to have a talent on call for last minute scripts and such.
The wild and wacky world of ski reporting! Not that crazy actually…but definitely early morning and fast paced. I reported daily during ski season for a dozen radio stations on the West Coast including San Francisco and Las Vegas. So, with a three hour time difference you can see just how early it really was!
OMG…one of the highlights of my 25 year career! He actually called me on the studio line, while I was on the air, to say that he liked my style! We talked about the Aerosmith tune…”Walkin’ the Dog”…and I was completely blown away that he still appreciated live, local radio!
Because I’m a lady and have a feminine touch. I know what music makes people dance and don’t feel the need to talk incessantly because that’s not what the party is there to hear.
I’ve been in radio 30 years and in the beginning of my career I did DJ work on the side…back when it was turntables and 45’s. I got out of it and pursued my on-air career. Now that I’ve seen live radio take a huge tumble…I decided to go back to working the crowd…something that I’ve always loved to do.
There aren’t many female DJ’s and my customers always say the same.
My friendly, engaging and outgoing personality. I’m never afraid to laugh at myself!
Making people smile and filling up that dance floor. There’s nothing more rewarding that having someone say to you…”you played the best music!”
Did a wedding this summer on the Cape and it was so bittersweet to see the groom walk in and realize he was blind. I felt sad because he couldn’t see all the fun around him. But his bride was right there by his side and I know he felt the love.
Weddings are a large part of what I do. But birthdays and kid’s parties are always a lot of fun too. I like doing special events where I may be doing auctions etc…I’ve done a lot over the years and really enjoy that.
250 person wedding in Chatham where they spent 25k on flowers alone! 200 person Halloween party in Hingham…lots of crazy costumes and fun! Cape Cod Challenge…a fundraiser for challenged adults and kids…I always love to give back.
What size is your library… (answer) 100,000+
Think of whatever your event is and the music that you’re playing as a salad. You are the dressing…there to enhance:)
Don’t always look for the cheapest quote. A lot of DJ’s like to hear themselves talk. After having been in radio for so long…I know what I sound like…and I don’t need to hear my voice! Also…you don’t see many female DJ’s and I’m one of the best!
I did a surprise 30th anniversary for a couple in Plymouth. Since it was a surprise…they had no idea that their son Dan had flown in from San Diego. They were in a state of disbelief…greeting their guests and I start playing “Danny Boy”. Still not knowing what’s going on…they turn and look toward the door and in walks their son. Not a dry eye in the house!