The Curator

Robert Lindquist has been involved in the DJ profession since 1967, when he and a friend built a make-shift sound system so they could provide music for a birthday party. Over the next 25 years, he supplemented his day-jobs in radio, TV and advertising by DJ’ing in clubs and for weddings and corporate events. In 1987, he was encouraged to share his DJ experience in writing, which led to the release of “Spinnin'” at the initial DJ Times Expo in Atlantic City. “Spinnin’ 2000” (co-written with Canadian DJ, Dennis Hampson) followed in 1989, which led to the creation of Mobile Beat Magazine (with business partner, Michael Buonaccorso) in 1990. In 2006, Lindquist sold his interest in Mobile Beat to concentrate on other projects. He currently owns “A Sound Ministry” which provides A/V training and sound system rentals and consulting services to churches, flxWebDesign, a Website design and content creation company. He is also a partner in Las Vegas based Level 11 Media, which maintains several Web sites and dicgital publications for musicians and touring sound engineers. In 2010, after several years away from being an active Mobile DJ, he and his wife Barbara decided to go back out on the road, and currently book 25-30 wedding receptions annually. He is also an IMDb listed actor and voice talent.

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