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//TLS028 Rob Aitken – Music Central Entertainment

TLS028 Rob Aitken – Music Central Entertainment


For most people, their wedding is the single most important day of their life. Young girls daydream about their wedding day and plan out all the intricate details: her dress, the venue, the colours, and what her husband will be wearing. Reality TV stations have built up quite a following for popular shows such as Say Yes to The Dress or 4 Weddings. The focus is mostly on the components listed above, but what is often overlooked is arguably the most important component: the music!

Rob Aitken has been a DJ for almost 30 years, and while most may think of DJing as a young man’s game, Mr. Aitken has built an entire entertainment business around his passion for music. Music Central specializes in bringing professional DJ services to weddings to ensure the most important evening of a couple’s life doesn’t disappoint. They have even opened a DJ school called School of Spin to help introduce the craft to aspiring youngsters.

A poorly trained DJ can ruin a wedding reception, whether it’s a small music library, lack of stage presence, or lack of professionalism. They could play the wrong music all night and offend or bore your guests; after all, every wedding is different. Their equipment could malfunction, or it simply is inadequate for your venue.

Mr. Aitken and his team don’t treat each wedding like a job; he specifies that he wants his employees to have a passion for music and making people happy. Music Central ensures that all of their DJs are dressed professionally, have professional-level equipment and music libraries, and they also meet with each client before the wedding to get a feel of what music will keep the party going all night and have people talking for years. There’s a reason why Rob has been DJing for almost 30 years.

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By |2018-12-19T11:22:19-05:00February 20th, 2015|The Show|2 Comments

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I'm a recently graduated Master's student from Western University. I work by day as the Regional Services Coordinator for Community CarShare, a cooperative not-for-profit carsharing organization. My spare time is divided between working for the Londonpreneurs as their communications coordinator and as a prominent nightclub photographer in London, Ontario. I also operate a personal blog that contains almost 60 original articles and essays on various topics of interest.


  1. Amy McNall February 24, 2015 at 12:16 pm - Reply

    Awesome interview! Love the video format! Is this your studio, Michelle?

    • CarterTechie February 26, 2015 at 3:31 am - Reply

      Not really, it’s a rented space that we are using to record at. Would love to find an actual studio 😉

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