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Klentzman Entertainment

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Hello, my name is Mark Klentzman and I am a professional wedding and event DJ entertainer.  I currently reside in Austin, Texas, but I am available Texas-wide and everywhere else for your entertaining pleasures, including the Houston - DFW - San Antonio triangle, inside and out! (my wife wrote this for me...isn't she the best!)


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Klentzman Entertainment is your number one choice for Austin,
Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Antonio event and wedding DJs.

My website is a little different than other DJ websites. This is my blog page. I will update it after weddings usually, but also with any news of the company, or personal updates as well. I hope you will get to know me via this avenue, and hopefully you'll see that what I do is a part of me, and not just a job. All info regarding Klentzman Entertainment can be found above by clicking on any of the tabs. Thanks for visiting!

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Saturday
Feb092013

Exciting times! 

So it has been a crazy year, ladies and gentlemen! In 2012 Klentzman Entertainment had 49 weddings and 113 other gigs.....CRAZY!  I can't believe how blessed we've been to have such amazing people for clients!  You guys are the best! But now it is off with the old and in with the new.  2013 is already looking to be even bigger than 2012!  The year is almost completely booked and it's only February!

Now it is time to unleash the kraken. We just finished a video with Simmons Visual Arts to answer the most typical questions everyone has about KE.  Here are just a few of my favorites:

1. You sing??? (but...you're a skinny white guy...) 

2. What's the difference between an Entertainer and a DJ?

3. The other DJs I've seen never left the DJ booth.  How do you interact more with everyone?

4. I want a fun wedding and I have a wide age range coming! How would you make it fun for everyone?

5. My family might need some encouragement to dance. How would you go about that?

6. Do you play the same old wedding music?

7. What do you wear?  The last DJ we saw was an old bald guy in a Texas sequin vest.

and if the video doesn't answer all of your questions, feel free to ask me yourself!  I'm also in the process of updating my preferred vendors list.  I have worked with some amazing people in the past few years and I always look forward to working with more amazing people.  But if you need a good vendor wherever you are, I think I've put together a great list :)

Thanks for checking out Klentzman Entertainment! I hope you have an amazing year! And if I don't see you just remember that it's not what you don't do...

Wednesday
Dec072011

At Christmas Time

It's Christmas time. We've heard the same music over and over and over, but I love it all.  I was driving in the car and this song came to me, I recorded a few samples while stuck in Houston traffic. It sounds funny but it happens.  I have always wanted to write an original Christmas tune.  This is my first attempt and VoiceJam gave me an outlet for the music.  I hope to be able to sing it with my family when we all get together.  This song is just a little musical reminder of what Christmas is all about. 

Jesus, love, and harmonies.

Feliz Navidad!

Mark Klentzman

Wednesday
Dec072011

Thanksgiving fun!

Hey Everybody! Thanksgiving was such a fun time with my whole family.  My parents, my SIX siblings, a few spouses, a bunch of cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews.  It was way too much fun.  I wrote an original song for us to sing together which didn't end up happening because we were too busy singing other songs to my super cute little nephew.  This is my VoiceJam version.  Again, I don't do this kind of thing when I DJ, but this is me getting some harmonies out of my head.  VoiceJam has given me an outlet :)

I hope it brings you joy!

Blessings!

Mark Klentzman

Wednesday
Dec072011

What I've been up to...

Hey Everybody! Thanks for coming to my website! I've been singing a lot more lately.  Along with the weddings, parties, and proms that I do every weekend.  I've been singing at lots of places.  Many different types of places, too.  To repay my college scholarships, I sing at about 15 different senior living places a month.  Some of you know that I got scholarships by singing to old ladies :) So now, I've found the best way to cause smiles is singing a little Sinatra with a touch of Temptations to some old folks. 

Other than that, Bailey and I just recently upgraded to IPHONES for business reasons.  And also because they became cheap enough :) That led me to the very small purchase of a looper app called VoiceJam.  It allows me to record and "loop" my voice.  I've been having way too much fun with it. 

This is NOT the kind of thing I sing at receptions or to old folks.  This is just me getting harmonies out of my head that have not had a proper outlet.  Enyoy. 

Tuesday
May242011

2010 Wedding highlights: Brian and Samantha

Oh what a night.  Wowzer where to begin?  It was a beautiful summer evening in Downtown Dallas at the Sheraton Hotel on the 38th floor with a 360 degree view of downtown from above most of the other buildings. 

Brian and Samantha came to me from Dan and Kayla’s wedding earlier in the year.  One of my favorite things is doing weddings for people who are excited about having me back for their party after seeing me do another wedding.  No trying out, just makin it happen.  It does help take the pressure off of the entire evening. 

After the cocktail hour, the bride and groom show up with their wedding party.  8 bridesmaids and groomsmen and every single one of them are worth it.  They come dancing in with smiles on their faces before the grand entrance. 

The first dance is beautiful and then the food.  Oh the food.  Delicately arranged salad, perfectly done steak and salmon with steamed carrots, broccoli, and some funny potatoes with a sweet roll.  For dessert they had an artistic tower of chocolate filled with fruit and other artsy/tasty things.  Great way to start the night.  The father of the bride gave his toasts masterfully and with a sigh of relief, he sat down and the party went on. 

Next thing we know the bride picks her dad up for the less stressful event of their dance.  They allowed me to sing this one, which really makes the night special for me.  Brian danced with his mom to a Sinatra song called You’re Just Too Marvelous for Words.  Perfect.  I hadn’t heard that one before but it now has a special place in my heart. 

I sang a few more songs for the rest of the folks to dance to and then we had the anniversary dance.  There were a lot of good couples at this wedding.  Little by little they dropped until the last couple was left.  They had been married for over 60 years.  Their words of wisdom were simple and true, “to be honest; keep the Lord in it.”  Amen.

On to the dance.  The groom dedicated “Love Shack” to his mom and the rest of the evening was a little less organized than the paper I was handed but it all worked the way it was supposed to work; the bride and groom were happy. 

We honeymoon/dollar danced it up for a little while and then danced some more.   We then had a wonderful performance by a young lady named Megan who sang “Love song” by Taylor Swift for the bride and groom.  That was just one of the events that made the night unique and special. 

Cut the cake and dance some more.  Bouquet and Garter happen in a fun little blur and the end is near.  The bride and groom were partied out by the end of the night just like they should be.  We had our last dance and the night was through.  A wonderful evening with a wonderful family.  I have the best job in the world!

Megan, aka "taylor swift" = awesome!

 

Photographs curtesy Wisner Photography