My impression of DJ Hurricane is that he's a nice person but needs more experience to be called a "professional" DJ. My wife and I had to re-send several documents and details of our wedding because he'd misplaced them. Additionally, after arriving at the wedding venue, an hour before he was set to play, he suddenly made the decision to leave because he was worried about his equipment getting wet because of rain, even though we had covered areas. Luckily, my dad (a musician) used his own equipment with great success. Though the DJ made attempts to reach us by email, he made no attempt to call us by phone until he was at the wedding site and it was too late.
DJ Hurricane’s Response:
First of all when a change is made by the party getting married, I prefer to have the couple email me the exact document or request so we both know it is correct. Now when I have an event to DJ, my wife and I always show up an hour before we are supposed to start, sometimes earlier if we have to use lights etc., and to take care of any little problems that may come up, which happens from time to time. As far as just leaving, I discussed this with her husband the whole time while we were dodging the pouring down rain. It simply came down to they did not provide a protected and most importantly safe place to set up sound equipment. I apologized and we left.