With Rock Steady Sound, you're getting DJ's with years of experience: The best equipment - from Rane to JBL to Serato - plus the know-how to keep the dance floor packed, then leaving the crowd wanting more.
From the corporate holiday party to the nightclub to the outdoor festival, there's no event we can't handle.
so does our unlimited collection of songs & music from all genres and eras!
DJ Bizzy spent three last 15 years of his life living in Los Angeles, spinning for Hollywood’s elite. Bizzy has performed at over 150 red carpet movie premiere’s and after parties for companies like Warner Bros, Disney, Paramount, Fox, etc.
Bizzy has done private events for Quentin Tarantino, Emma Roberts, Courtney Cox, Goldie Hawn, Chris Pine, and Steven Spielberg, just to name a few. He performed at Megan Trainor’s wedding, also at Rob Dyrdek’s wedding, and David Arquette’s wedding. DJ Bizzy has also help club residencies at Bootsy Bellows, Hyde Sunset, Hyde Staples, Hyde Vegas, Greystone, Sayers Club, Tao, and a long list of others. BIZZY has performed with Juicy J, Pittsburgh Slim, and Twitch (Ellen).
You can currently catch DJ Bizzy hosting 'SO HIGH The 420 Show' podcast & also on Q 102 in Philly on his mix show the 76 Mix. BIZZY currently spins at Down (Philly), Vesper (Philly), Voyeur (Philly), Heist (DC), SAX (DC), Chicken and Whiskey (DC), Rockwell (Baltimore), Relax (Chambersburg, PA), and The Art (Hagerstown, MD).
From rock to hip-hop, jazz to country, Elvis to Funkadelic... It's not what you play, but how you play it.
Great at crowd-reading & with many a wedding under his belt, not to mention birthdays & anniversaries, Halloween & holiday parties, fashion & art shows - there's not an event that Jay can't rock.
With over 25-years of DJ experience, Jay Heich (pronounced hi-sh) has been rocking crowds since the age of 15, beginning with the crates of records & turntables. Then came CD's in the 90's, then on to the DJ software & the laptop.
From the New England seacoast beaches to Malibu & Santa Monica to Las Vegas, Jay also rocked the clubs outside the gate while stationed in the US Army overseas - during off-duty hours, of course.