I was born in Boston. I’m originally from New York/New Jersey. I went to Drexel University in Philly and then moved to Chicago for The DJ Firm, but mostly to spend time with Sye Young.
I met Sye Young in Cancun on spring break. I took his business card and then kicked him out of the DJ booth.
I was an artist as a kid, but wanted to go into music instead.
Juice by Lizzo is my shit right now.
I know more about hip hop than Eric Sampson.
I hate country music, but will play it if it’s required.
My first DJ gig was family fun night at a gospel church.
My worst DJ gig was in a utility cellar in a dusty basement of a Japanese restaurant, there was one light bulb hanging from the ceiling. They ran speakers from the basement to the restaurant, so I was by myself. I DJ’d for five hours and made $75.
Now, I run a sister company called On Deck DJs.
The name DJ Daily comes from my old roommates. My roommates never saw me because I was working all the time. They would say, you DJ every day, you’re like DJ Daily. It just stuck!
I took French for 12 years, I can speak it a little bit.
I was always the class clown in school.
I played every sport, but I was terrible at everything except basketball.
I hate tomatoes, but I love everything made from tomatoes.
Lobster and pizza are my favorite foods, Paulie Gee’s is the best in Chicago and deep dish is trash.
I’m addicted to sour candy and Call of Duty.
I once went to a goldfish party. The tradition was you had to swallow a live goldfish while there and I did it.
My favorite movie is Home Alone.
Martinique was the best vacation I’ve ever been on and I DJ spring break every year on different islands.
People say my catch phrase is, “follow your heart,” but you can also go follow @ondeckdjs!
Pro-Sound and Stage Lighting (PSSL) recently released a list of the Top 50 DJ & Music Blogs to Follow in 2019 and we are excited to announce that The DJ Firm made the list, coming in at number three! Click the photo below for a link to the full list and gain more resources relating to DJ’s and music.
Thank you for choosing TDF!
We are six months into 2019 and feeling super grateful for all of the opportunities we have had this year so far. It’s important to take the time and show our appreciation for all of our event partners whether you’re a wedding planner, photographer or event designer. All of our clients for weddings and private events, charity partners and corporate clientele. All of our club venues, owners and promoters. However, we wouldn’t be who we are today if it wasn’t for many of the people in this photo. Thank you to our personal TDF team including all of our DJ’s, musicians, tech specialists and support staff. We wouldn’t be able to do what we do every day without you! You are only as strong as your team and we are only getting stronger. We can’t wait to see what the rest of 2019 has in store and thank you for rocking with The DJ Firm!
London House Chicago is known for some of the best views in the city. Just take yourself to the 22nd floor and enjoy some small bites and classic cocktails all while taking in your surroundings and all Chicago has to offer. If you’re not on the rooftop during the summer time, they have a great indoor space, too. No matter your preference, on many nights, The DJ Firm provides the music and we always guarantee a good time. London House Chicago is also known for it’s history as a local jazz space dating back to the 1940’s—bringing in musicians of the time. This month they paid tribute to this history by offering jazz brunches on the weekends featuring different jazz musicians. Patrick Jasper, of The DJ Firm, was featured twice, offering his musical talents on the saxophone. London House Chicago, Patrick Jasper and their Jazz Brunches were also featured on WGN News! The DJ Firm offers more than just DJ’s—we offer live music acts, too! Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway, a fun night out with friends or a trendy summer time space, look no further, and check out London House Chicago!
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WGN News Feature; Patrick Jasper