Fort Myers DJ Seniors Love To Party Too

Seniors Love To Party

We have found that seniors love to put on a good party and love to dance.  Some of their parties can be “over the top” with dancing, laughter, and fun, fun, fun!  Seniors can enjoy all types of music from “Oldies” to “Top 40” you just never know, and we always enjoy doing parties for everyone.


Many times, seniors love to play games during their parties and it just makes everything doubly fun!  We hope if you are having a Senior’s party, you will consider booking us for your event.


Roll out the barell
There is a tavern in the town
Where did you get that hat?
Don’t dilly dally on the way
Any old Iron
I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts
Quartermasters store
Roll me over in the clover
All of me
Blue skies
When you’re smiling
Knees up Mother Brown
Pennies from heaven
Tea for two
Puttin’ on the Ritz
Moonlight Bay
By the light of the silvery moon
Shine on harvest moon
Side by side
Hello Dolly
You are my sunshine
Show me the way to go home
It’s a long way to Tipperary
Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag
I love a lassie
Oh I do like to be beside the seaside
5 foot 2, eyes of blue
Ain’t she sweet
Deep in the heart of Texas
When the saints go marching in
Coming round the mountains
Camborne Hill
Cockles and mussles
Wild rover
Irene goodnight
Daisy Belle (Bicycle built for 2)
I’m forever blowing bubbles
I belong to Glasgow
When Irish eyes are smiling
Down at the old bull and bush
Two lovely black eyes
She was one of the early birds and I was one of the worms
The trail of the lonesome pine
Leaning on a lamp post
Mountains of Mourne
Danny boy
Loch Lomond
When you were sweet sixteen
Will ye go lassie go
Brother can you spare a dime
Choo, choo, ch, boogie
Fly me to the moon
La vie en rose
My funny valentine
Georgia on my mind
Tuxedo junction
What a wonderful world
Nobody knows you when you’re down and out
Tennessee waltz
Beautiful dreamer
When I fall in love
Blue moon
It’s now or never
Fools rush in
To hear the nightingale sing
Wild colonial boy
Eileen Oge
Bonny wee Jeanie McColl


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