Adam Brand has been with Cutting Edge Entertainment since 1997 and showed a remarkable ability very early on. He was DJing his own events by his freshman year in college, and now – a graduate of Drexel University – is one of Cutting Edge’s most requested and respected DJs.
So why say ‘The coolest DJ in Philly?’ Just because he is. Cool as a cucumber. On job days, Adam rolls up to the office in his sporty B.M.W. 328Xi (incidentally the nicest car of any employee at CEE) as if he was James Bond rolling up to headquarters. He’s smooth personified, and it carries over into the way he handles an event. Not only is Adam a flawless beat mixer with a diverse and extensive knowledge of music, he is also a talented MC with years of experience. He has a very cool and likable demeanor that has managed to land Cutting Edge Entertainment on countless preferred vendor lists in and around Philadelphia.
Adam’s air of confidence is quite justified, as he knows what he’s doing and never skips a beat (no pun intended). He represents Cutting Edge well, and one of his greatest strengths is his almost corporate approach to an event. With a degree in Business Administration and Management Information Systems, Adam has an impeccable knack for organization, and his music programing at events is meticulous and well planned out. From the first song played at cocktail hour to the last song of the evening, Adam’s music choices are well crafted, and his uncanny ability to read the dance floor ensures fun and excitement – but without the cheese.
As with all Cutting Edge Staff, Adam meets with his clients prior to the event, developing a strong rapport with his clientele (we usually refer to our customers as clients, but with Adam you just have to say clientele).
Whether it be a wedding, bar/bat mitzvah, or corporate event – large or small – Adam manages them all with the same enthusiasm and attention to detail. One bride – whose wedding Adam recently performed at – said “He listened to me, and made sure every request I made was played, while doing a great job of knowing just when to play a particular song.”
Adam isn’t cool just because we say he is, but because it’s the word clients use to describe him… and that speaks volumes.
Cutting Edge @ August 31, 2009