David Webb has been speaking in front of audiences since he was a junior in high school, and was even the resident DJ for all of the high school dances. After college he began teaching public speaking to schools and churches and continued to MC and speak at various public events.
Music has been an integral part of his entire life, but it really ‘stuck’ when he received his first guitar on his 15th birthday. He has been playing, singing, and writing music ever since. These two aspects of his life, public speaking and passion for music, made becoming a DJ and MC a natural fit and a tremendous opportunity to use his talents and passions to help his couples make lasting memories at their receptions.
David has a great look, is well prepared, polished, and fun! Musically, he is intuitive to the guests and willing to adjust as needed to make sure they are enjoying themselves. David sates, “Humor is a wonderful tool, but cannot be forced. It should be organic and fit the situation. Great care is taken when I am on the microphone to make sure the guests feels led to participate, not forced to participate.”
What’s your favorite part of being a DJ?
It is incredible to be in a room full of people who are having fun and enjoying life. Their joy and energy feeds into my joy and energy. I never leave a reception without a smile on my face and that incredible feeling lasts until the next time I get to bring the party!
What’s your best attribute?
Logical reasoning. I think things through and try to make sense of what’s going on around me. My second best attribute: My ability to understand that not all people think things through logically 🙂
Before today, what’s your favorite moment ever as a DJ?
I had a groom last year that is a singer/songwriter in Nashville. I helped with the idea of writing their first dance and surprising the bride (and all of the guests). He wrote and composed a beautiful song, and there was not a dry eye in the house! It was humbling to play a small part in such a special moment.