Wedding DJs and Entertainment
Main Office Location:
By Appointment Only
San Francisco, California 94121
Greater San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago and Kansas City.
Receive a $100 discount on the Wedding Singer package (reception DJ + live acoustic ceremony music) with mention of Here Comes The Guide.
All Ears DJ gets it. You don’t want a cheesy wedding DJ in a ruffled tuxedo playing the Chicken Dance at your reception! The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way. All Ears DJ will only play the music that YOU want to hear.
Richard Gintowt is not only an experienced DJ, but also a professional musician. He promises, “All Ears DJ will rock your wedding or event with music and personality that exudes good taste.” They specialize in custom playlists, classy MC’ing, and can even play live acoustic music for your ceremony.
All Ears DJ doesn’t offer “four hour” quotes like many other DJs because they believe each wedding should be a 20+ hour commitment. Their all-inclusive quotes range from $1250 to $1750, depending on whether they’re involved with your ceremony and/or playing live acoustic music in addition to DJ’ing.
Party, party and party.
We are All Ears to our clients' input on music and event flow. Also it starts with an “A”, which would be smart if the Yellow Pages were still a thing.
We love what we do! We are musicians and DJs who treat weddings like any other gig: we come equipped to throw a helluva party. Also, you have to pay for fire insurance if you hire a magician.
Love is all around us! Also, patience.
No wedding is "perfect"—it’s the love and joy of the day that will stay with you. Remember to enjoy your family and friends and be in the moment.
The ability to make anyone relax with a tap on the shoulder.
Restless, unfiltered, eager.
"The Warriors" (1979 film)
"Knock it off Napoleon! Make yourself a damn quesadilla!"
I often joke with clients that I have a punch card and "the third one’s free". One of these days that will come back to haunt me.
I haven’t had a curriculum since college, thank god. Also I play in a band called Hidden Pictures.
DJ parties that no one attended. Sing songs to stuffed animals.
A scotch and a new episode of "Workaholics" or "Better Call Saul."
I have a house plant named Larry David.
Mostly at my DJ booth, 45 seconds before I have to introduce toasts.
Richard Gintowt is a DJ, musician and music journalist who has written about music for publications ranging from Rolling Stone to The Pitch. He served as the music director for KJHK 90.7FM and is an accomplished singer and acoustic guitarist. He can learn your favorite songs or draw upon a vast catalog of songs for live music at your wedding.
- East Bay
- Lake Tahoe
- Monterey and Carmel
- Napa and Sonoma Wine Country
- North Bay / Marin
- North Coast / Mendocino
- Sacramento and Central Valley
- San Francisco
- Santa Cruz
- Solano County
- South Bay / San Jose
- Tri-Valley and Livermore Wine Country
- Yosemite / Gold Country / Sierra
- And other areas by special arrangement.
“Being that they’re actual musicians who have a wealth of experience creating music, they know the power that music can have on an event unlike some DJs who sort of ‘fake it’.”
“He kept the crowd up and energized, all the while staying within the musical taste that my wife and I prefer.”
“Richard is a brilliant musician and those skills fit in perfectly for any wedding.”
“We worked one-on-one with Richard to come up with the music we wanted to hear during our wedding and reception; he was extremely flexible and suggestive as to how the reception should flow.”
“Richard was always very quick to respond and was on time and professional. He made the whole process very easy.”
“We had a very extensive list of songs we definitely wanted to hear and songs we didn’t and he did a really good job of incorporating songs so that the entire night had energy.”(What does this mean?)