Tuesday, 15 September 2009

Available for weddings, bar mitzvahs and the biggest Monday night parties

"80... 79... 78... 77..."

An unruly mob has taken over the King's College venue in London. 500-strong they're baying for blood, desparate for more frantic partying action having witnessed Andrew W.K. rip the stage up, arms flailing, sick everywhere.

"51... 50... 49..."

The security look at one another and shrug. "What can we do?!" they ask with paniced expressions.

"27... 26..."

Despite the lights being switched on the kids are still trying to scramble onto the stage. They cheer in mass, counting down from 80 hoping for a repeat performance of the chaotic encore of just 2 minutes ago.


Andrew's finished. London has partied hard and the night is all but over. So what happens next? What can possibly finish this off?!


A particularly frightened bouncer looks up at Ben and I in the DJ booth and makes yet another plea for us to play a record. We shake our heads, smirk and hover a finger over the flashing mixing desk. This has gone from being a gig to a party, to a full-blown riot.

"9... 8... 7... 6... 5..."

Someone could get seriously hurt in a minute.

"4... 3... 2... 1..."

And then it begins:

We saved lives tonight.

The Ben and Kev DJ Experience is available to hire for weddings, bar mitzvahs and massive Monday nights out in London.

PS. An email received from Andrew this morning:

Dear Kevin,
Thank you SO much for your DJing at the sho
w. Everyone was raving about your song choices, especially Jimmy Coup, who was just over the moon about you playing "Don't Stop Believing" right at the very end, with such perfect timing and relevance.


Party hard.


Brad said...

Possibly the best thing ever to happen to Kings College. Ever

Kev said...

It was something else. Ben's little face as peoples arms shot up, they turned away from the stage to face us in our booth, and everyone bellowed out the opening lines. Incredible scenes

ByRICHaRD said...

This has made me smile and i were'nt even there! Good for you. :)

Squeak said...

I really wish I'd seen that.