My name is Jason Henninger and I am the owner of Kentucky Pro DJ. I have a loving wife and beautiful daughter that inspires me to work hard everyday.
As an avid lover of all types of music, I got my start as a DJ my freshman year of college at a local nightclub, in 2000. After graduating with Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health Science and Masters Degree in Safety, Security, & Emergency Management, I took a full time position as an Environmental Specialist.
In 2006, a friend asked me to DJ his wedding. That night, a passion was discovered. I absolutely loved being part of a true celebration of love and helping people celebrate with family and closest friends. Being able to use music as a tool to have an impact on the most important day of someone’s life is amazing. You get to see the true emotion of the first dance, the long lasting love of a father and daughter, and the respectful love a son has for his mother!
While working full, I began DJ’ing weddings on the weekends. In 2009, Kentucky Pro DJ came to life. In 2014, I took the jump and made Kentucky Pro DJ my career choice!
How did you get your start as a DJ?
I started DJ’ing in a college night club in 2000.
What are your favorite type of events?
If music is involved, I love them all, but weddings are my favorite because of the raw emotions of the event!
Tell us about your relationship with music?
We have a motto at our house and at the office: “Music Makes Everything Better!”
What’s the most rewarding part of DJing?
Being able to take those special moments in life to the next level…to a place where they will never be forgotten!
How do you define success?
Being able to provide for your family while chasing after God Almighty!
How do you keep yourself young?
I keep myself young by keeping up with today’s music, so I am ready for school events like proms and homecomings, and also playing with young daughter!
What is your favorite sport?
College basketball, especially during March Madness.
Where did you graduate from high school?
Harrodsburg High class of ’99