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Sarah and Colin - King Edward Hotel

Sarah and Colin - King Edward Hotel

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Colin and I wanted our wedding celebration to be a fun and memorable experience for all our guests, and so the entertainment for the evening was really important to us. A wedding is a lot of things, but it’s also a great party!

"We knew we wanted a DJ, but were hesitant to book a DJ company because we wanted a more personalized experience. Our wedding planner recommended Michael to us, and we’re so incredibly glad she did.

Michael was professional, personable, extremely helpful, and most importantly he kept the dance floor packed all night long! Michael’s dedication to personalizing our event was exceptional – he met with us before our wedding to get to know us and our wedding party, to review our music preferences, and to discuss what kind of event we wanted.

Not only did Michael keep the dance floor packed, Michael also provided the music for our ceremony and the lighting for our event (at the very last minute!). We also asked Michael to be the MC for the evening, and he kept our guests relaxed and entertained.

Thank you so so much Michael for everything! You made our wedding a memorable and fantastic party that no one will forget!"

Sarah & Colin

We had such a blast at this wedding at the King Edward Hotel in Toronto and the guests did not disappoint and danced hard until the lights went on.  Thank you to Bliss Events for bringing me onbaord and a very big shout out to Tamara Lockwood for capturing the exctiement as you'll see below...

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Toronto DJ Diaries - Chapter 5

Toronto DJ Diaries - Chapter 5

Michael inside the 89.5 CIUT studios.

Michael inside the 89.5 CIUT studios.

Chapter 5 - 89.5 CIUT “Worldwide”

Paul and I got word that the University of Toronto radio station, 89.5 CIUT was desperate for volunteers.  So, we threw our hat in the ring and started volunteering at the station on St. George.  We started off as receptionists.  I would handle Monday’s, Paul would handle Wednesday’s and our job was to answer the phones and do whatever menial jobs the station staff needed.  We did that for about 6 months, and through that time we got to meet and connect with the station manager, the sales team and most importantly the program director, Mopa Dean.

One Wednesday afternoon, we got word that someone could’t make their show the following Monday morning.  We immediately told Mopa that we could fill in, and he said yes.  So the following Monday, we got there early, carrying our turntables and records up three flights of old creaky stairs, and set-up in the studio.  I was attending Seneca Collage for Radio and TV Production, so I was already comfortable running the board and speaking on the mic, and I knew what to say and when to say it.

Once the show was done, we were extremely happy with how we performed, but we could have never even imagined what happened next.  Mopa Dean stepped through the door and said “that was amazing!  One of the best shows I’ve ever heard!  We’re in the process of changing the the schedule and want to add some more shows, and your one of them.”  

Paul and I were shocked!  We were getting our own show!  It was like a Made for TV Movie; we couldn’t believe! it  About a month later, we where on-air and “Worldwide” was born.

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