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Welcome to our Perfect Party Blog!

We want to share the best we've seen and experienced – as well as new, emerging ideas – with professionals in the industry and promote conversation with the best of the best! Our blog topics will promote conversations around the following and more:

  • Highlights from band members
  • How to develop new "edgy" world-class talent
  • Work with a bride and her wedding planner to create a dream wedding
  • Throw the blast of the year
  • Choose entertainment for your event
  • Customize events for maximum enjoyment
  • The core entertainment attributes
  • Why we created a non-stop show performance
  • The agency view and the entertainer's perspectives
  • The party host's perspective

Feel free to engage and add your own voice to the conversation. We hope to inspire the entertainment and music industries to continue to raise the bar to help create the perfect PARTY for years to come!

– Dennis Smith


Performing Verses Learning

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on Thursday, 06 December 2012 in Party on the Moon

Have you heard of Taido?  It’s a martial arts practice based on a positive philosophy that promotes teamwork, giving your best effort, the fact there is always something to learn and a “never give up” spirit. This is why in Taido, a black belt means “Shogun or beginner”.  When you earn your black belt, you are not finished with Taido, you now have all the fundamentals to continue to learn and improve.  In fact, a great teacher will take you to the next level before you master the level you are on.

I have been studying Taido for several years and always learning, challenging oneself and never giving up are principles that I embrace and apply to everything I do in my personal and business life.  And they are principles that my Party on the Moon bandmates share, too.  Believe it or not, this view is very different from how many others in the music business conduct themselves. 

In our business, there are performers, who are typically most concerned with looking good.  Learners, on the other hand, are focused on getting better – they don’t necessarily care how they look, they want to be the best they can be. 

At POTM, we are learners who happen to also perform.  We believe there is always something to learn to move forward.  New arrangements for songs, new choreography, the latest and greatest in lighting and production and the best ways to work togeather with our clients.   We challenge ourselves to grow and be the best musicians, entertainers and citizens that we can possibly be.

I highly recommend learning something new, a sport, art or music classes. It’s good to challenge yourself. And remember anything worth doing is worth doing poorly until you learn and get good. Look at failure as an opportunity to grow.

If you live in Atlanta check out my Taido school. I invite you to come learn with me.


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