Rob started as an audio junkie during the 1980s, DJing private parties, fashion shows and corporate events. He DJ’d at UCLA fraternities, sororities and other campus events. Rob once performed at a private party for UCLA football coach Terry Donohue and also worked with KLA Radio (UCLA) staff, performing at several inter-dorm parties to thousands of dancing UCLA students. In later years, Rob set aside his DJ equipment and became a founding member of The Young Dubliners, an up-and-coming Irish band that performed at a number of LA’s more prominent clubs, the Hollywood Saint Patrick’s Day parade, “A Tribute to Gene Kelly” hosted at the Beverly Wilshire hotel and a sold out show at the Wadsworth Theater.

Flash forward several years,  while attending a party, he watched and admired the craft of the host DJ and wondered if he could put together a high-quality sound system and perform once again. Rob did a lot of research, designed a professional sound and light system and has made contacts with event planners. He now seeks to entertain guests at private functions, at night clubs or even a bowling alley!  Rob would love to perform at unconventional venues - if you can think of a venue, he's ready!


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