DJ Gabby Love’s client list is pretty impressive. She’s played the hottest records for ELLE Magazine, Midwest Fashion Week and the NCAA Women’s Final Four. And the list doesn’t even include the countless parties and clubs she spins at.
Love says she has been surrounded by music her entire life. Her grandmother was considered a musical prodigy and traveled the world playing piano and violin. It was in high school that Love caught the bug to DJ, but while at college in California she realized spinning records was something she wanted to pursue more seriously.
In comes DJ Indiana Jones.
One of state’s most popular DJs, Love knew if she wanted to learn the craft the correct way, he was the one to teach her. After returning to Indy in 2008, Love approached Jones about asking to serve as his apprentice. However, it wasn’t until the following year that he agreed.
Impressed by what he calls Love’s, “natural ability to blend songs and her knowledge of music,” she soon was a familiar face by his side during many of his gigs.
And it’s been a great partnership since.
Today, Love is arguably as popular as her mentor making appearances in Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Miami.