Get to know…Positive Amplitude!

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IMG_2063 - Dave ThomasName // Mr. T
Show // Positive Amplitude
When // Sundays at 6pm

// How long have you been involved with CJAM?
I’ve been a listener since 1983, I volunteers & began training in May 2010 and started Positive Amplitude in September 2011.

// How did you become a CJAMmer?
I caught an ad seeking volunteers & thought I would give it a shot.

// Describe your show…
Folks know me as Mr. T at church, and like Mr. T (on TV) I promote having a positive attitude! That morphed in to Positive (good vibes/affirmative) Amplitude (the intensity of sound, which can only be positive!)! Tune in and join the A-Team!

// Who is your favourite artist or topic of interest?
Just too many interests to list!

// My other life consists of…
married in 1979, a father to 4 sons, and 3 (soon to be 4) daughter-in-laws, 3 grandsons, 7 granddogs, and 2 grandcats! I’m an IT Manager by day for a global automotive supplier. I enjoy family and friends, my church family, biking, hiking, swimming, camping, music, fast cars, and generally having a good time. I run a weekly adult hockey skate and have 15 years of past experience coaching youth hockey.

// What was your best live music experience?
Miles Davis, 1973 @ Hill Auditorium
Bob Dylan, 1974 @ Crisler Arena

// What do you love most about CJAM FM?
The diversity of programmers and programming, and the exposure to new music in a public, non-commercial radio format.

// Anything else you’d like to add?
CJAM is what radio should be! Get involved, spread the word, and support community non-commercial radio!

Want to listen to Positive Amplitude?
Hear Mr T on Sundays from 6pm – 8pm on 99.1 FM – on our livestream at – on the Uwindsor app or TuneIn app.

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