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New Business Cards!

New Cornerstone Entertainment business cards are going to the printer today. What do you think???

By |November 10th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Welcome, Tiana Hollomon!

Cornerstone Entertainment is proud to announce their new partnership with, photographer, Tiana Hollomon. With Tiana, we will now be offering wedding and event photography. In 2013, Tiana shot our wedding (Karissa & Drew’s). We were thrilled with her work. Now we’re thrilled to be working with her!

Click Here to See Tiana Hollomon’s Photo Gallery

By |April 11th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Congrats to Kenny & Hannah!

A couple weeks ago, I DJed the wedding of Kenny Taggart and Hannah Hopkins (now Taggart!) in Auburn, California. The Auburn Valley Golf Club has a beautiful ceremony site that is removed from the golf course and very tranquil.

The ceremony was a beautiful one with lots of heartfelt words exchanged.

The reception was held outdoors as well at the clubhouse. Everyone came ready to dance, which made for an awesome dance floor.

Here, everyone – young and old – participated in the Cupid Shuffle.

Later in the evening, we had a great time dancing to “Apache” by the Sugar Hill Gang.

By |August 8th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Congratulations to Liz and Chris!

Last weekend, I had the pleasure of DJing for Liz Dedrick and Chris Gorman’s wedding. They were a great couple to work with, and it was a special time for everyone.

The reception that followed was phenomenal. Dinner looked amazing (I couldn’t eat because of my food allergies, as is the case any time I leave my house.) A mobile bar was hosted by Primo Bar. We were on the top floor in the Skyline Room of the Pagoda Events Center in downtown Sacramento. When the sun set, the lights of downtown along with some uplighting and dance floor lighting made for a great party.

See the video below of everyone dancing to Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean”. I played a wide variety of music from oldies like Chubby Checker’s “The Twist” and Dion’s “Runaround Sue” to new hits like Pitbull’s “Timber” and Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”. I think we had the most fun, however, with late 80’s and early 90’s hits like Montell Jordan’s “This Is How We Do It”, Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It”, and Boyz II Men’s “Motownphilly”. That’s my kind of party :).

By |May 26th, 2014|Videos, Weddings|0 Comments

The “Happy” Line Dance

I had the privilege last weekend of DJing for Riegel and Tori’s wedding ceremony and reception at Greenhaven Neighborhood Church. It was a great crowd that came ready to dance. They even built a dance floor specifically for the outdoor reception.

Before dancing started, I had an enthusiastic gentleman request that I play “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. It’s a danceable hit, so I had no problem queuing it up for him. Little did I know he had a line dance in store for the crowd!

(Our friend was put in the center to teach. He is in the vest and black glasses, and he can best be seen in HD on a full screen.)

If you want to learn the “Happy” Line Dance, linked below is a clearer video of it. If you start at the beginning, there is a tutorial as well!

By |April 18th, 2014|Videos, Weddings|0 Comments

Valentine’s Neon Dance at Elizabeth Pinkerton Middle School

On Friday, I had the privilege of DJing for Elizabeth Pinkerton Middle School in Elk Grove, California. Their Valentine’s Day dance was a week postponed due to scheduling conflicts, but their junior high students had a great time. They decided to go with a neon theme, so many of them decided  to dress in bright clothes. Under the high-powered blacklights there, almost everyone was glowing!

By |February 25th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Congratulations Kimberly and Tyler!

Last weekend, I had the pleasure of DJing for Kimberly and Tyler’s wedding reception in Clarksburg, CA. Kimberly has been a longtime friend, and I’ve appreciated getting to know Tyler over the last couple months, so the experience was a lot of fun.

I arrived to the wedding site, Clarksburg Community Church, an hour and fifteen minutes early. It’s a good thing I arrived when I did. I stepped through the door to see two men trying to butter knife their way into a closet. The door hinge pins were removed as well, but they still couldn’t get in.  The closet contained all the audio controls for the sanctuary in which Kimberly and Tyler would have their ceremony. Unfortunately, no one had showed up to open the closet. I’m no locksmith, but I set a speaker up on a stand quickly in the sanctuary, and the ceremony had audio.

The reception went much more smoothly for me. And Kimberly and Tyler had a small, but very classy, wedding reception!

By |October 16th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments