Chris Roman

Chris has been a Disc Jockey and club lighting engineer for 20+ years. He started in 1981 by DJing High School events in the Philadelphia area, then spent many years working in some of the biggest club installations in both the Philadelphia and Boston. These days he enjoys working both the smaller intimate events and as well as larger rave type events. His wife Donna, also a club and mobile DJ for 10+ years joins on wedding events with Chris on the mic helping with the Bride and Groom and Donna handling the music. Chris and Donna met in their college jazz band while attending Bentley College in Waltham, MA.

While attending Bentley, Chris was in charge of all mobile operations at the campus radio station WBTY and had a Friday night mix show as well.

After graduating from Bentley in 1989 he went to work for Tower Records in Boston, at the time the single largest record store in the world, where he became the store buyer of all dance music and singles. He also joined the ranks of the Massachusetts Record Pool as well as becoming an honorary member of the Boston Record Pool and the New England DJ Association’s. During the weekends he was DJing at several major night clubs in the Boston area including: The Palace Entertainment Complex (Saugus), Tijuana Beach Club (Lowell), Playoffs Night Clubs (Lowell, Framingham), Polyesta’s, The Maximus Entertainment Complex (Framingham), Pour House (Boston). For the past 7 years Chris has worked as “Product Development Manager” for Numark Industries, the largest manufacturer of DJ equipment in the world. He takes great pride in designing the equipment that his fellow DJs rely upon around the world to entertain their audiences Donna started by working the early hours in the main dance club of Maximus on Saturday nights spinning disco and modern tracks. She started developing a crowd of her own and when a Disc Jockey in the oldies club at the Maximus complex went on vacation, Donna got to fill in and loved it. Chris met Tommy about 10 years ago when both were members of the Massachusetts Record Pool. Chris was already aware of the excellent reputation of Club T when he met Tom, through his work at Tower Records. It soon became apparent to them that they both had a lot of the same philosophies about light shows and playing the requests. Working in this business as long as they have, they know how rare it is to find DJs that have both a good enough music collections to handle most requests and a great light show and sound system.