- Hi everyone in
classic car land! Most of you know me as Joe Buick,
with those Buick 59’s, but that’s not what this story
is about. It’s about something that’s just as
important as our classic cars - the music. Years ago
when I joined my first club - The Original Lost in the
Fifties, the music that we played at our meets,
events, or just hanging out was just as important as
the cars. We were told by spectators and friends alike
that “It’s just not your cars man, but the music you
guys play really sets the mood and puts us back when
these classic were new.” All the guys in club would
say “Don’t worry, JB’s bringing the music”.
- As my son Joey
and I moved on years later and created the Super
Cruisers Nostalgia Club, we started a car show for the
Bellmore Presbyterian Church, which most of you have
gone to and enjoyed. We were always told by many that
our show was enjoyable and had a great atmosphere
about it. Not being able to ever find the right DJ,
Joey and I, nine years ago with the passion and love
we have for the era and music, created DJ Night Train.
We have a library that’s dedicated to generations that
seem to be discarded and thrown away in today’s
- I am thankful
for my son’s (who is only twenty-two years old)
incredible love and knowledge for this music. Cause
not only will he keep my Buick’s running along, he
will keep the music spinning as well for generations
to come. As I’m sure, you would like your sons and
daughters to do also. Like I said before - they both
go hand in hand. Cars and music!
- In January 2005
we wanted to create something unique for outdoor
events, car shows, grand openings etc. that would be
an extension on how we basically live our lives. We
had a vision of creating a mobile DJ truck. It’s a
1975 Dodge B300, a retired school bus that I bought in
1988, and used as a installation truck for my HVAC
business. Being how times had changed and the truck
was not’t really used much anymore, in March 2005 we
started to rip it apart, and for the next fifteen
months created its third personality as Juke Box
Drive. The coolest power plant on wheels. It made its
first debut at the Father Day Car show June 2006.
Three thousand watts of power that can be spinning
music within fifteen minutes at any outdoor event!!
The inside is loaded with memorabilia which I’m sure
will knock the dust off some of your fondest memories.
From a Wurlitzer jukebox playing 45’s or watching some
of your favorite black and white TV shows on a 1956 GE
television, or maybe it’s just the roller skates you
will fondly remember. Whatever it is, this must be
seen in person to really be appreciated to the
- You may ask yourself,
what is Juke Box Drive? The answer is simple, it’s a 1975
Dodge B300 retired school bus that’s been converted in to one
of the coolest nostalgic mobile DJ power plants on wheels.
3,000 watts of power which can spin music in less then 15
- Designed and dedicated
to generations that seems forgotten and discarded. The inside
is loaded with memorabilia which I’m sure will knock the dust
off some of you fondest memories, from the Wurlitzer Jukebox
playing 45’s or watching some of your favorite black and white
TV shows like American Bandstand playing of a 1956 GE
television, or maybe it’s the roller-skates, 9 volt transistor
radio, or the 8 track tapes you will fondly remember. Whatever
it is it must be seen in person to really appreciate.
- So if you still want
some good old’ rock and roll, pop, swing and blues give us a
call we have it all. A wide spread from the 40’s to the 80’s.
So keep us in mind for your next indoor or outdoor event.
Appointments can be made to see the truck in person.
- It can be powered form
115 volt house current or on our own generator for parks and
fields where power is not available. Contact us at
(516)779-5927 or at Nighttraindj@aol.com Now its time for me
to get back to the past where our most precious memories were
made to last, and may all your days be happy ones.