The party scene might be on hold for a little while, but that just means our experienced Wedding MC DJs at Black Tie Events in Melbourne have lots of time on their hands to come up with some sweet playlists for you to enjoy while you’re living the #isolife.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
Depending on your mood you might like to switch between some of these great tunes:
For those sad and lonely moments try songs like . . .
“Isolation” by John Lennon
“All by Myself” by Eric Carmen
“Waiting for the End” by Linkin Park
“Alone” by Heart
“Song for the Lonely” by Cher
Then pick yourself up, dust yourself off and look on the bright side – you could be dancing around the house on your own in your PJ’s too. . . .
“It’s the End of the world as we know it” by REM
“I want to dance with somebody” by Whitney Houston
“I want to break free” by Queen
“We are never ever getting back together” by Taylor Swift
“Dancing with Myself” by Billy Idol
“Ridin’ solo” by Jason Derulo
Or get the family off their phones and get moving too. . .
“U can’t touch this” by MC Hammer
“We are family” by Sister Sledge
“I will survive” by Gloria Gaynor
“Help” by The Beatles
“Hakuna Matata” by Nathan Lane
Then the good stuff needs to be queued up for when the restrictions are lifted and we can get back to seeing friends and family without the 1.5-metre distancing rules – get ready to get down to . . .
“Happy” by Pharrell Williams
“A whole new world” (from Aladdin) By Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle
“Fly Me to the Moon” by Frank Sinatra
“Music sounds better with you” by Stardust
“Shake it off” by Taylor Swift
“Celebration” by Kool and The Gang
Now that you are armed with the right songs for the right mood – start thinking about how good life will be when we get out of lockdown and start prepping for the ultimate post-Corona party!
Mark and the team at Black Tie Events would love to MC DJ your Melbourne event and get the dance floor filled with all those that you’ve been missing while in isolation. Give them a call on 0400 447 552 to discuss your upcoming event or a rescheduled wedding – or send an enquiry for an online appointment.