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Aiko Iwashita

Aiko Iwashita

BlogYou know that 80's song by the Belle Stars, "IKO IKO" featured in Rain Man & Mission Impossible 2, well that's how you pronounce my name Aiko, not spelt the same but it sounds the same. Now, try not to sing that song for the rest of the day! HA!

I've been apart of the K-Lite family since 2002. Started on air weekends, then onto producing Hamilton's #1 morning show, the "Sunni and Hayes" morning show. From there KLite’s music director, promotions director and now best of all my job has me sitting behind the mic in the K-Lite Studio and I love love love it! Hope you can tune in weekday afternoons 3-7pm, it’s Aiko on your Drive home!

Call me in the studio (905) 645-5483 or email me at aiko@k-litefm.com.

You can also send me a text @ 10290, friend me on facebook at Aiko Iwashita and on twitter at Aiko_Iwashita.


What is your favourite show? All reality television - I would die without my DVR!!!

What is your favourite drink? The PoP Shoppe Black Cherry

What is your favourite past time? Shopping for clothes and shoes!

What is your middle name? Margret … with no A … Like Ann Margret

If you could be any animal, what would you be? Hmm … Lioness

What was your favourite childhood television program? SO MANY!! Star Search

Do you believe in ghosts? If yes, any particular reason why? Yes. I’ve had many experiences as a kid living in an old house in a small town called Shelburne. Too many to list … and I LOVE the show Paranormal State.

If you were given one million dollars, what would you spend it on? Pay my BILLS, pay my BILLS!! (Sung in the tune of Destiny’s Child)

What make/model was your first car? 1978 Toyota Corolla, the engine caught on fire one night on the QEW

Do you have a celebrity crush? Can’t pick just one!

What has been your favorite, most memorable concert experience? Anyone who knows me would know. It’d have to be all 10 New Kids on the Block concerts!! I hope to see another 2 this summer ;)

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? I’d probably say somewhere hot . But I’d go to live there and most likely just want to come home so I’m gonna say Canada. It’s the whole “the grass is greener on the other side” theory.

Name 3 items on your “bucket list”. Don’t have a list. But I can name 1 thing I NEED to do before I leave this earth and that is to visit Japan.

What 2 songs are included on the soundtrack to your life? Iko Iko Belle Stars … don’t have a second.

What is your favorite type of food? JUNK FOOD!

Do you have any pets? Yes, her name is Olivia Chow … she is a Chow Chow … and yes I do know that is the same name of NDP Olivia Chow … couldn’t pass up the name it just fit so perfectly.

What do you consider the best movie of all time? I’m not sure, couldn’t name one.

What story does your family always tell about you? How in school my report card used to always say “Aiko talks too much in class”

When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? A singer

If you could witness any event past, present or future, what would it be? Hmmm … I’m not sure …. For a laugh maybe revisit my childhood and watch myself break my Dad’s Blazer back window with a large nail and hammer. Would be funny to see my reaction.

What is one of your favorite quotes? To be honest I was about to find one online to answer this question …but truthfully I don’t have a favorite quote.

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  1. DianeM_5 posted on 11/16/2011 10:04 AM
    The contest site for the code words for Barbados trip is showing as
    xxxxxxxxx - is this correct? for todays passwords.
  2. KimC_3 posted on 12/01/2011 12:40 PM
    Here's what I found on the internet. I just copied and pasted. Hope this helps.
    Kim Culver

    Q: What kind of tree is best to hold heavy ornaments?

    A: The short answer to this question is: blue spruce!! Of course, the tradeoff is needles that are equally stiff and therefore can be painful (which may be good to keep pets away from the tree!). Spruces in general tend to have sturdier branches for holding ornaments. Several of the true firs run a close second: Fraser/Canaan fir, Balsam fir, Nordmann, and Noble fir can be good for all but the heaviest of ornaments. On the other extreme, Douglas-fir, pines, and Grand fir tend to have softer branches that will sag under the weight of heavier ornaments.
  3. JosephP posted on 10/12/2012 09:54 AM
    Hey AIKO! Been listening for years. LIve far away but your station is close to my heart. I am entered in the win your life back contest...but no calls. I always hear Hamilton, Stoney Creek...etc. How about North York? I follow closely.

    sign me,

    joseph pariselli North York, 647-882-1029

    a milestone anniversary is waiting in the wing.....lol
  4. DebbieD_6559 posted on 10/24/2012 11:41 AM
    Has there been a winner for the Aveda Spa contest yet?
  5. connio posted on 04/16/2013 08:39 PM
    Hi Aiko Iwashita its me Matthew here just saying Hi!!!, Your my FAVOURITE on Air Person Now!!!

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