Fever Sounds looking for business

Cal says he would like to do a lot of family events; weddings, reunions, and sports

Cal Eustache and his DJ business

Cal Eustache and his DJ business

Cal Eustache is a mobile music man.

Under his newly launched DJ business, ‘Fever Sounds’, Cal brings music to wherever he goes;  traveling with portable sound systems, and playing recorded music at a variety of events throughout the North Thompson Valley, even as far south as Merritt.   “I’ve DJ’d for 30 years off and on,” said Cal, “But mostly at ball tournaments and weddings.  Now I’m going into it as a full time business, which I have been doing since last Spring.”

Cal says he can play any music requested; working with a fully computerized system he can provide his clients from country and western to heavy metal, or rock.  He also MC’s sports events, such a s ball tournaments or hockey games.

“I’ve played fastball for 40 years, and people seem to like my voice,” says the DJ, “I can plug my computer right in at their slow pitch tournament and people think it’s really cool.”

Cal says he would like to do a lot of family events; weddings, reunions, and sports.  He can even bring karaoke to an event for some extra fun and participation.

The DJ says oer the years he has to rebuilt his life a few times.  Losing both his Louis Creek home to the McLure Wildfire, as well as his job after 23 years at the Tolko Mill (also due to the fire), has been an experience which proved Cal has no “quit” in him when times get tough.  “I have always been able to find work, and that’s what I did, but now my health has created another change in my working life; so at 58 years old I am now running my own DJ business full time. I know how important it is to have good music at an event – and that’s what I do.  I practice what I tell other people; you have to try your best, do your best, and not be afraid to get out there.”

Cal is taking bookings now for the holiday season, 2013 and beyond.  Give him a call at 250-672-9580 or his cell at 250-819-3375 for a quote on bringing music to your event.

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