Why does the image of a Jewish DJ have to be something out of the 70s? Answer: Because people love it. Hard as it may seem, Jews like to hark back at the heyday of the Jewish DJ.
How many times have you been to a barmitzvah or wedding where the DJ taking part looks like something out of a clichéd film and is so stereotypical - ill-fitting suit, cheesy introductions, silly glasses and wearing a bowtie?
This stereotype is alive and well and here at Daily Jews, we decided to pick one DJ outfit who can offer you all the cheese you want - Boppers DJs.
In what is an impressive example of cliché, Boppers offers a video of its work and that of its DJs and dancers. They say: "Watch us in action at high energy Bar/Bat Mitzvahs!" - We say, watch it and have a giggle, it really is that good. The Boppers demo is at: http://www.boppersdjs.com/demo.html
Yes that video clip is for real, it is not made up as a trailer for a forthcoming film starring Adam Sandler.
Boppers is also home to many slogans including: "New York-Style DJ Shows Without Having To Pay NY-Prices" and "We Don't Just Stand There Like Statues... We Perform"
These guys do seem to promise and deliver what you expect, and if you want something from 20 years ago that would not seem out of place 20 years ago, these guys can certainly help you out in the East Coast of the United States.
For more information: www.boppersdjs.com