Plenty of Reasons to Choose Us

What We Have to Offer


We Deena and her talented band have performed over 2,500 weddings, private parties and corporate events for many of the fine catering establishments in New York City, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut & surrounding areas. They have even traveled internationally!

We care enough to take the time to work with you to create the music that’s uniquely yours.

There is a time for dancing and a time for conversation while dining. Not only do we cater to the atmosphere, but we also understand the importance of sound level monitoring. Reading when to “kick it up” and when to settle down is an art of “playing to the room” that takes many years of experience. We not only make sure that you are getting the music you love, but we read the party carefully, making sure that all of your guests have a great time.

Our bands can range from 2-12 members and are experienced in playing a variety of musical styles that appeal to guests of all ages. We also we have a variety of acts across a wide range of budgets to provide the event band that is right for you.

Find out which package is right for you!

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All Styles of Music for your Elegant Affair

The music and entertainment you choose for your wedding plays such an important role in determining the flow of your ceremony and reception, that it’s well worth the time it takes to get everything just perfect! We cover a wide range of music from the early 50s through today. See below for a list of our styles:

  • Top 40 (current)
  • Rock
  • Disco
  • Jazz
  • Blues
  • Country
  • Swing
  • 50s & 60s
  • Classical

Check out our extensive song list →

Deena's Story

Deena Miller is the third generation of the Miller Family Legacy who have produced and performed music for almost a century.

Deena has shared the stage with, Donna Summer, Norah Jones, Billy Joel, Paul Shaffer and Rock Legend “Meatloaf” as his featured star vocalist. You have also heard Deena’s voice on numerous TV and Radio commercials as well as sound alike song parodies on The Howard Stern show..

ABOUT ME:

“What gives me LIFE ?? …. MUSIC, LAUGHTER, TRAVELING, my 2 pugs and my amazing husband Mario, who is the most supportive man in the world ! He is the anchor who holds down the administrative duties and production details of DMP , leaving me free to be the ALL IN creatively with my clients to enjoy all of the FUN stuff .

 Music has been my LIFE for 2 decades and it never gets old. Each and every time I perform at an event, I begin with a prayer of gratitude. Nothing makes me happier than to know we had a part of creating FUN memories. I want to thank all of my past clients and future clients for trusting your wedding day with me”.

YOU GIVE ME LIFE .

“Experiencing the joy that music can bring to a crowd, is the most satisfying feeling on earth.”
Deena Miller

Jimmy Miller Record producer (1960–1985)

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards in the Elektra Studio with Producer Jimmy Miller- Let It Bleed session October 1969 sheet 445frame 35aDeena Father was a Brooklyn, New York-born record producer and musician best known for his lengthy association with The Rolling Stones, for whom he produced a string of singles and albums that all rank among the most critically and financially successful works of the band’s career: Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main Street, and Goats Head Soup. Miller played drums on “Can’t always get what you want“, “Happy” and played the iconic cowbell in “Honky Tonk Woman“.

Miller also produced hundreds of classic albums including landmark recordings for Blind Faith, Traffic, the Plasmatics, & Motorhead.


Bill Miller “Mr. Entertainment” (1945–1970)

Bill MillerBill MillerDeena’s Grandfather ( Pop-Pop) Owned The Riviera (America’s Showplace) in Fort Lee N.J, before pioneering Las Vegas, booking everyone from, Elvis, Tom Jones The Rat Pack, Barbara Streisand, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Sonny & Cher and Mae West.

“He’s the last of the most knowledgeable entertainment directors. He had his finger on the pulse of what was happening at the time.”
The Las Vegas Journal