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Scott Grothe

Scott Grothe, the owner of THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT has been providing music services since 1983 from Seattle Washington to Los Angeles California. With a degree in Music Business from the Art Institute of Seattle, extensive night club work for The Hilton Hotel in Eugene, The Westin Hotel in Seattle and The Flamingo Hotel in Santa Rosa California. Scott has the ability to "read" a wide demographic of ages and provide an ideal mix of music to these groups.

Scott also provides consulting services to night clubs and teen centers, booking bands, dance instructors and managing the advertisement and promotions for these facilities.

"85% of our business comes from word-of-mouth referrals and we believe that this type of business says a lot about our service. We may be a small company, but that's what separates us from all of the other DJ service providers. We want people to know that they are getting "an owner" and not an employee on the day of their event. I would love to bring additional DJ's on board, but In 15 years, I have only found one, (Paul Ente) who's style, attitude and ability reflects what THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT is all about."

 

Paul Paul Ente
Paul Ente has been in the mobile DJ service for 28 years. His formal training came through the Bobby McGee's Restaurant and Night club organization, which is credited with providing one of the most respected and rigorous DJ training centers in the country. Paul has entertained for hotels and night clubs in Scottsdale and Phoenix Arizona, Newport Beach, Long Beach and Laguna Beach in Southern California, multiple clubs in the San Francisco area, The Daily Planet and Steamer Gold's both located in Sonoma County, and was instrumental in designing the Sound and light system for the Blue Tropics in Maui. Paul has also trained 15 disc jockeys in previous years. "Many people tend to over look the importance of an "experienced" disc jockey for their event. You only get one shot to make everything work on your wedding day and if your DJ doesn't have the ability to read your crowd or work in conjunction with the other vendors, it can make for a less than enjoyable event."