Pledge Drive: Day 5!

We’re up to $12,500, nearly halfway! Thanks to everyone who has donated so far, but we need your help to raise $30,000 by Friday at noon. Every little bit counts so make sure you call in: 519-971-3630 (Windsor) and 313-963-6112 ext. 3630 (Detroit).

Tuesday is always a fun day of programming. The morning starts off with In Theory, I.T on the Radio, Some Folk Get The Blues, and Revolution Rock. Our afternoon programming begins with The Snark then Trapper Radio.  Tune in for athletic programming with Cedric Sports and Lancer Sports from 4-5pm. Party on from 5-8pm with Steel Belted Radio, The Topic is Jazz and Motor City is Burning. More thought provoking spoken word with New Girl Order and Cafe Del Pombo from 8-9pm. Throughout the night we have the punk Best Show Ever, the  electro Back to Basskicks and the hiphop UnderRaps going from 9pm to 2am. Tune in and support your favorite shows by calling. You can also doinate at any time on cjam.ca.

Beehive-Ball

Big news for today is that the Pledge Drive edition of The Motor City is Burning tonight at 7 pm, host Willy Wilson will treat the first pledge of more than $50 to a pair of Beehive tickets.

That’s right, folks! The 2011 Beehive Ball is set in stone for Nov. 12th, 8pm, at The Gaelic League. This is a formal event (AKA: suit and tie), so be sure to look slick. A total of 12 Beehive artists performing in a Motown Revue style showcase will feature Laura Finlay, Robert Harlow, The Ginger Ale Revolution, The Mythics, Dark Red, EsQuire, Jojjon, Gardens, Kenny Tudrick, Body Holographic, Aran Ruth, and Brother Eric Villa.

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