Talent Spotlight – DJ Frank

Frank first started DJ’ing over 10 years ago in his early teens as a way to make some extra pocket money during school.

Not long after, he realised he had a passion for entertaining through the power of music.

He quickly built up the number of gigs and gained huge experience performing at all types of events.

Frank always ensures that the guests are happy and that the party will be the talk of the town for a very long time.

We recently sat down with Frank to find out a little bit more about our talented Sydney based DJ:


How long have you been DJ’ing for and how did it all start?

I’ve been DJing since I was 12 years old, helping out my dad who got me into it. My dad would drop me off to the gigs and would pick me up at the end of the night once it’s all finished.


What do you love about performing at weddings?

I love seeing people celebrate such a special occassion together and how you can create such a great vibe from music. It also creates lifelong memories and you had a part in that.


How do you prepare for each wedding you play at? 

I always make sure to get to know the bride and groom before the wedding, getting an understanding of their tastes in music and what kind of tone they want to set for their wedding.

I also make sure I gather all the important songs for the formalities such as bridal party entrance, cake cutting, first dance etc, as well as any must plays.

I try get an understanding of what their guests like as well. On the night, I can adapt and read the crowd to keep the dancefloor pumping.


What are your top 5 songs to get everyone moving on your dancefloor?

(In no particular order)

  • Whitney Houston – I wanna dance with somebody
  • DJ Otzi – Hey baby
  • Venga Boys – We like to party
  • AC/DC – You shook me all night long
  • Usher – Yeah


There’s a lot more I left out of the list, however, here’s a bonus one for the end of the night.

  • Frank Sinatra – New York, New York


To enquire about having DJ Frank play at your next wedding or special event, please get in touch!