So, what makes me qualified to do your wedding reception or other party?

I started as a professional Disc Jockey in Portland, Maine back when new wave was king in 1985…at the age of 15. I worked for almost every radio station in that area over the next 13 years. At the same time, I worked at a couple of the local TV stations and wrote newspaper columns for small weekly newspapers throughout Greater Portland.

In late 1996, several months after my own wedding, I was asked by someone to perform as the DJ/MC at their wedding the following spring.

Then, on Independence Day 2001, I decided that it was time to create my own independence and go full-time as a Disc Jockey. I felt that I could give my clients the full-time service they deserve.

Then, in late 2009, I decided that I was tired of the endless snow and ice of Maine and moved my family and business to Sarasota, Florida. Crazy!

Some other accomplishments that 99.99% could not care about (but I’m bragging about anyway) include co-founding the Maine Disc Jockey Network, a past Regional Network Leader for the National Association of Mobile Entertainers, a founding executive member of the Professional Disc Jockeys of New England and a former member of the American Disc Jockey Association.

In 2003, I also launched a wedding portal to enable brides to find wedding professionals in Maine called the Maine Wedding Planner.

So, what’s the point?

The bottom line is that I have a passion for what I do and I actually do this for a living. This is not just a hobby for me like most of my competition. I have to be on my “A” game at EVERY SINGLE EVENT.

I have entertained at over 400 wedding receptions celebrations as of September 2012 and look forward to entertaining guests at your event too!

Please call me toll-free at (941) 227-5900 or email me jim<at> I look forward to working with you!

A referral as seen on The Knot
Entertainment: DJ Jim Casey. A++
Every bit as professional as you could wish for. He kept the dance floor packed all night and never let us go off schedule (but was totally flexible and un-intrusive at the same time!) He let the boys borrow the mic for a heartfelt rendition of “Sweet Caroline”! This is an interesting observation but I have never heard so many compliments at a wedding about the volume of the music. It was never uncomfortable- he exceeded our expectations! He was always ¬†easy to get hold of and was very friendly- we really enjoyed working with him!