~The Central Valley's Premier Mobile DJ Company~


DJ Phil Baker
Professional DJ Service

Introduction

Why Choose Us?

When planning a wedding or other event, few people truly understand the impact that choosing a DJ will have on it. Underestimating the significance of the DJ is like underestimating the importance of the pilot on a trip across the Atlantic. The DJ you choose will literally make or break your event and this is why you should choose one with the right qualities and skills. A DJ should be organized, personable, fun and possess good communication skills. Don't put your event in the hands of just any DJ because the stakes are high. Make a sound choice by choosing DJ Phil Baker. We possess the right qualities and skills and this is why we are the Central Valleys premier mobile DJ company.

Testimonials

Hank & Ashley Olson

“What can I say that hasn't already been said? Phil was such a breeze to work with and really knows what he's doing. From the moment I sat down with him I knew he'd be a perfect fit for our wedding. He listened to all of my music suggestions and really seemed to understand our eclectic taste. He wasn't afraid to give his professional opinion and I really appreciated that. He went above and beyond on the wedding day and all my guests loved his mad emcee skills. He really was such a blessing to have and made the evening go by so much easier than it would have, had he not been there. We have found our DJ for all our family events! Thank so much DJ Phil!”


Robbie & Kristen Brooks

“My husband and I got married in 2012 at the Robinson Family Ranch! I used to work at a bridal salon so I'm not the easiest bride to work with as I know what I want and I can be particular and indecisive…practically a “bride-zilla”. Phil was always VERY accommodating and willing to meet with me, in person even. He definitely wanted to do whatever he could to make sure that my wishes and dreams for the day were met. My sister even asked him for music, for her maid-of-honor speech, that day, and he completely came through and it really enhanced her speech. Everyone had a really amazing time at our wedding and music played a big part in that! He did an amazing job and he definitely has the most competitive prices! Thank you DJ Phil!”


Josh & Melissa Natham

“DJ Phil is awesome! My husband and I were so lost on how weddings should run and Phil gave us the direction we needed to make our reception a fun party! We only had to meet with him once before the wedding, which was ideal for us since we were from out of town, and he planned a perfect party for us. On the wedding day we were running late, but he kept us on schedule the whole night and even made the necessary adjustments during the reception that made it possible for us to have the party we wanted! Book Phil as your DJ and you definitely won't be disappointed!”


Crystal Webb

“The issue of whom to hire as the DJ for our 25 year reunion (Escalon High class of 1989) was much debated amongst our planning committee, and actually became a bit of a sore subject at one point, until I took it upon myself to make the decision for the group and hire DJ Phil. Two different committee members came up to me during the reunion last night to tell me that I had made the right decision in hiring DJ Phil, so thank you for making me look good! Last night was great and thanks again for all your hard work!”


Jonathan & Georgia Grant

“Okay, so where do I begin? I got married to my husband September of 2015 and we chose DJ Phil as our DJ. We couldn't of made a better decision! He was an absolute joy to be around from the very beginning. I contacted him a few months before my wedding after he was recommended to me, and by the time we met to discuss the details I was just a mess of stress! I had never been to a wedding let alone planned one! Phil made a complete outline for how my wedding was going to go. He even worked with me on the price, and I got an amazing deal. But putting that aside, Phil isn't just a DJ he becomes a great friend and my husband and I are so grateful he was able to make our special day that much more special. Everyone loved the music and the dance floor was never empty. I would hands down recommend DJ Phil to anyone! Thanks DJ Phil!”


Julie Layman

“Having never hired a DJ before, and going into the planning a little naive, we were so thankful that we had chosen DJ Phil! We used him for a teenage event, they had a great time, dancing the night away. Just as importantly, it was nice knowing that DJ Phil would only play clean versions of the songs. When hosting an event you don't have time to research all the lyrics, DJ Phil did that for me! He also kept the crowd going, knowing when a change of pace was needed.  DJ Phil's pricing is very competitive and we will hire him again when we need a DJ!”


Rates & Packages

Rates

Ceremony & Reception Rate - $140.00hr.

Party & Sporting Event Rate - $115.00hr.

+40% for holiday events (New Years, etc)

Travel fees will be added to events held 

outside of Stanislaus County. 

$35.00 and up.

Reception Package

Reception Only – 4 hours

Includes basic (2) speaker sound system,

dance lighting, music, planning meetings,

emcee, and set up/tear down.

$560.00

Wedding Package 1

Ceremony & Reception – 5.5 hours

Includes basic (1) speaker sound system

for ceremony, (2) speaker sound system

for reception, dance lighting, music,

planning meetings, emcee, and

set up/tear down.

$770.00

Wedding Package 2

Ceremony & Reception – 6.5 hours

Includes basic (1) speaker sound system

for ceremony, (2) speaker sound system

for reception, dance lighting, music, 

planning meetings, emcee, and 

set up/tear down.

$910.00

Wedding Package 3

Ceremony & Reception – 7.5 hours

Includes basic (1) speaker sound system

for ceremony, (2) speaker sound system

for reception, dance lighting, music,

planning meetings, emcee, and

set up/tear down.

$1050.00

Party Packages

Party 1 - 3 hours - $345.00

Party 2 - 4 hours - $460.00

Party 3 - 5 hours - $575.00

Party 4 - 6 hours - $660.00

Party 5 - 7 hours - $735.00

 Party 6 - 8 hours - $800.00 

Wedding Components & Music

Introduction

Wedding ceremonies and receptions feature various components that require music. To assist you with your planning we've listed the components, their definitions and examples of music people use today. Please note that our customers are not required to use the songs on this page and can choose any music they like. 

Ceremony Components

1. Prelude
The prelude is a 30 minute block of time which precedes the ceremony. For example, if the ceremony begins at 4:00PM the prelude will begin at 3:30PM.


Song ideas

Piano Guys : All of Me

Tony Rice : New Chance Blues

Chris Springer : How Great Thou Art

Vitamin String Quartet : All I Want is You

Guns N' Roses : Sweet Child O' Mine

Faith Hill : It's Your Love

Taj Mahal : Queen Bee


2. Bridal Party Processional

The ceremony will begin with the bridal party members entering and taking their places up front. 


Song ideas 

Train : Marry Me

Vitamin String Quartet : Viva La Vida

Israel K. : Over the Rainbow


3. Bride Entrance

This is the exciting moment the guests have been patiently waiting for! The beautiful bride enters the ceremony, walks down the aisle, and takes her place next to her husband-to-be at center stage.


Song ideas

Johann Pachelbel : Canon in D

Rascal Flatts : Bless the Broken Road

Wedding Classics : Bridal Chorus

Piano Guys : 1000 Years


4. Symbolic Act

Some couples set aside time during the ceremony to celebrate communion, light unity candles, or pour unity sand, this moment is called the symbolic act.


Song ideas

Brian Crain : A Walk in the Forest

Instrumental Praise : Amazing Grace

Shania Twain : From this Moment

Piano Guys : Open Arms


5. Recessional

This is the moment when the bridal party exits the ceremony beginning with the newly married couple.


Song ideas

Colbie Caillat : I Do

One Republic : Good Life

Hall & Oats : U Make My Dreams

American Authors : Best Day of My Life

Mendelssohn : Wedding March

Natalie Cole : This Will Be 

Reception Components

1. Cocktail Hour

The cocktail hour begins immediately after the ceremony concludes.  It allows the bride and groom to sneak away for about an hour to take photos.  See Dinner Hour for song ideas.


2. Bridal Party Grand Entrance

This is the moment when the bridal party enters the reception. When the music starts the DJ will begin to announce the names of the bridal party as they enter, beginning with the bridesmaids and groomsmen and ending with the bride and groom.


Song ideas

Pharrell Williams : Happy

Frank Sinatra : Love & Marriage

Black Eyed Peas : I Gotta Feeling

Stevie Wonder : Signed, Sealed, Delivered

Kool & The Gang : Celebration

Justin Timberlake : Suit & Tie


3. Dinner Hour

The dinner hour begins right after the bridal party's grand entrance. It includes the meal, table visits and toasts. The average dinner hour lasts about an hour and a half.


Song ideas

Dean Martin : That's Amore 

Nat King Cole : Unforgettable 

Modern English : I Melt With You

Glen Miller : Moonlight Serenade

Louis Armstrong : What a Wonderful World

The Rolling Stones : Brown Sugar 

The Drifters : This Magic Moment

Brian McKnight : Back at One

Muddy Waters : Mannish Boy

Florida Georgia Line : Cruise


4. Cake Cut

This is the moment when the bride, groom and guests are summoned to the cake table to cut the wedding cake.


Song ideas

The Archies : Sugar Sugar

The Four Tops : Can't Help Myself

James Taylor : How Sweet it Is


5. First Dance

This is the moment when the bride and groom dance together for the first time as husband and wife. It is usually the first dance of the reception.


Song ideas

John Legend : All of Me

Kip Moore : Hey Pretty Girl

Heatwave : Always and Forever

Righteous Brothers : Unchained Melody

Richard Marx : Right Here Waiting

Bryan Adams : Everything I Do

Journey : Open Arms


6. Father/Daughter Dance

This is the moment when the father of the bride joins his daughter on the dance floor for a special dance. This dance represents the passing of the fathers care and protection for his daughter to his new son-in-law.


Song ideas

The Temptations : My Girl

Heartland : I Loved Her First

Steven Curtis Chapman : Cinderella

Bob Carlisle : Butterfly Kisses

John Mayer : Daughters 


7. Mother/Son Dance

This is the moment when the mother of the groom joins her son on the dance floor for a special dance. This dance represents the passing of the mothers loving care for her son to her new daughter-in-law.


Song ideas 

T. Carter : A Mothers Song

Mark Masri : A Mothers Love

Bonnie Barbey : A Mothers Prayer

Rod Stewart : Forever Young

Ben E. King : Stand By Me


8. Money Dance

The money dance is a special dance where guests pay to dance with the bride and groom. Guys line up to dance with the bride and gals line up to dance with the groom. The money dance is an excellent way to collect spending money for a honeymoon and usually lasts about 10 minutes.


Song ideas 

Pink Floyd : Money

Madonna : Material Girl

The O'Jays : For the Love of Money

Michael Buble : Everything

Jason Mraz : I'm Yours


9. Bouquet Toss

This is the moment when the bride gathers with the single ladies on the dance floor to throw her bouquet.


Song ideas

Beastie Boys : Girls

Shania Twain : Man I Feel Like a Woman

Pat Benatar : Hit Me With Your Best Shot

Cyndi Lauper : Girls Wanna Have Fun

Beyonce : Single Ladies


10. Garter Toss

This is the moment when the groom joins his bride and the single guys on the dance floor to remove and toss the garter belt.  


Song ideas

David Rose : The Stripper

Fox Studios : Fox Football Theme

George Thorogood : Bad To The Bone

Queen : Another one Bites The Dust

ZZTop : Sharp Dressed Man


11. Dancing

This is the moment when the dance floor is officially opened to all. Make sure to set aside at least an hour for dancing because people love to dance!


Song ideas

Usher : Yeah!

Cupid : Cupid Shuffle

Dazz Band : Let it Whip

Michael Jackson : Thriller

Chubby Checker : The Twist

Bob Seger : Old Time Rock N Roll

Brooks & Dunn : Boot Scootin' Boogie

KC & The Sunshine Band : Give it Up

Def Leppard : Pour Some Sugar

Wilson Pickett : Mustang Sally  

The B52's : Love Shack

Etta James : At Last

Ke$ha : Tik Tok


11. Grand Exit

This is the moment when the bride and groom depart from the wedding reception. The guests will line up with sparklers, glow sticks, or something else to send them off. This usually takes place shortly before the event ends.


Song ideas

Bill Medley : Time of My Life

Europe : The Final Countdown 

Frank Sinatra : Fly Me to The Moon

Smash Mouth : I'm a Believer

Semisonic : Closing Time

Contact Us

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DJ Phil Baker

Mailing address available upon request.

(209) 610-4031