Ra-Mu and the Crew: We went full time in 2000 with Ra-Mu and the Crew in an effort to avoid corporate America. I started DJ weddings for other companies back in 1995 as a sophomore at Boston College. It's been a long journey.
DME: When working with a bride and groom on their wedding what is the experience usually like? Who usually takes charge, and is there a lot of compromise on what will come out of this service?
Ra-Mu and the Crew: 99% of the time, the bride takes charge and is part of most of the communication exchange. Not a lot of compromise. We like to think that all of our weddings go extremely well!
DME: What is the most unique, amazing, or favorite event you've ever worked on?
Ra-Mu and the Crew: All of the weddings are unique and amazing. No favorites here. Every wedding brings a different group of people coming together. It's our job to make it happen.
DME: Are there any new trends coming up for Fall/Winter 2011 in the wedding entertainment industry that you have noticed?
Ra-Mu and the Crew: Video is big. Photobooths remain hot. And entertainment, in a tasteful manner, is coming back in a big way. No bride wants some stiff DJ standing in the corner and twiddling his thumbs.
To contact Ra-Mu and the Crew to entertain your wedding, go to any of these websites:
http://www.ramuandthecrewweddings.com , http://www.ramuandthecrew2012.com, http://www.riweddingphotobooth.com