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Boston’s Most Experienced Wedding DJ

  Paul Dailey is one of Boston’s most experienced Wedding DJs with more than 25 years of great events and industry accolades.


Boston’s Most Respected Club DJ

A highly respected veteran of the dance music scene in New England and beyond, Paul Dailey has been crafting his art for nearly three decades.


Voted one of Boston’s Best DJs by CBS Boston

Received a nod as one of Boston’s Best DJs from CBS


5 Star Wedding Wire Reviews…

Samples from some recent Wedding Wire reviews from happy brides and grooms


**New mix Available – Paul Dailey LIVE at Flask Lounge – Portland, ME – 8.24.18

Paul Dailey Live at Flask – Portland, ME – August 24, 2018

October 22, 2018 · 5 Comments

Great Young Couple with Retro Taste in Gloucester

What a blast.  First off, Demi and Bill are just great people.  Sweet, considerate, kind and a great match.  From first conversation through last note of the night, it was … Continue reading

September 30, 2018

Traditional Italian Meets Drum and Bass – Aly and Tim –

Had a very interesting and fun wedding this past weekend with a couple who like reggae and traditional Italian music to set the mood – but who also love going … Continue reading

August 25, 2018

If You Are Getting Married in 2018 – You Need to Read This

If you have not already booked your DJ – What Are You Waiting For?

October 31, 2016

Upcoming Club Events

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January 12, 2015

Why 4% Does Not Equal 43% and Other Wedding Budget Mysteries

Everyone wants their wedding day to be special and represent them as a couple. But the line between what you want and what you get is often determined by what … Continue reading

October 28, 2014

Mark Farrell Explains Why $1800 for a Wedding DJ is Dirt Cheap….

30 years ago, you could hire a wedding DJ for about $400. I can think of nothing that hasn’t increased in value over the last 30 years, except DJs.

June 29, 2014

The Art of the DJ

Most DJs never get to the “art” part of it.

April 24, 2014



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