Detroit Day 2021

CJAM is celebrating Detroit Day on July 4th! Turn your dial to 99.1 FM all day long to hear bluesy, funky, fresh, jazzy, loud, and electro Detroit beats. Lineup below

1pm – 2:30pm: Blues Time
2:30pm – 4pm: Mighty Mezz
4pm – 5pm: Everything’s No Good
5pm – 6pm: Human Fly Radio
8pm – 9pm: Traveling Salesman Interview Hr
9pm – 10:30pm: The Trip
10:30pm – midnite: Radio Drill Time

Indigenous Day on CJAM FM 2021

For CJAM FM, every day is a great day to celebrate Indigenous artists. On June 21st 2021, CJAM will be highlighting Indigenous music through special programming and we encourage you to take this time to listen, learn, absorb, and reflect. Find a schedule of our programming below along with local organizations

Artwork by Tanya Tagaq
http://tanyatagaq.com/artwork
Find Tanya on twitter @tagaq

Schedule

  • 8:30am – 10:30am // Positive Amplitude
  • 1pm – 2:30pm // Absent Sounds
  • 5pm – 6pm // Everything’s No Good
  • 6pm – 8pm // Girlie so Groovie
  • 9pm – 10:30pm // Swamped

Local Organizations

Native Student Alliance Uwindsor
www.facebook.com/NativeStudentAllianceUWindsor

Turtle Island Aboriginal Education Centre @ Uwindsor
Providing support to Indigenous students reach their highest potential in a culturally supportive atmosphere.
www.uwindsor.ca/aboriginal-education-centre

Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre
Driven by the desire of Indigenous peoples within the areas of Windsor and Essex County to become a self-sufficient, self-determining, self-governing community offering a variety of programs & services.
https://caifc.ca

Ska:na Family Learning Centre
A Non-Profit Organization Helping our Children to a better future. Ska:na Family Learning Centre offers programs for children 3 month to 12 years. Through High/Scope approach to early childhood education, each child is supported and encouraged to develop and learn in a positive educational environment.
www.skanaflc.com

Aboriginal Child Resource Centre
www.facebook.com/ACRCWINDSOR

CJAM Singles Club Top 3 [May 2021]

Some Windsor ex-pats and a Detroit electronic duo make up the most played local ‘singles’ in CJAMs Singles Club this month. This post is a bit… delayed – I know. Listen… it’s been a wild and busy couple weeks – I’m trying my best! Uhhhh… check out the tracks below!

#1. Steph Copeland + Brigit O’ReganGas Light

#2. Ke Thu Is Separated From Itself

#3. Spirit Trail Indian Time

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CJAM Singles Club will return in the fall semester so go write and record some certified bangers over the summer. Click HERE for more details…

Broadcast Maintenance

Hello CJAM listeners! Maintenance and updates are being done at our transmitter this afternoon (Tuesday April 13th 2021) & our terrestrial signal will be decreased for a short period.

You can always listen to our archives online through the programming page
via the Radio Garden app & website http://radio.garden/listen/cjam/j8YJIjmt
or the Tunein App

Thank you for continuing to support campus/community radio.

<3 – CJAM Staff

CJAM Singles Club Top 3***! [March 2021]

March Singles Club has come to a close with a 2-way tie for first place and a 3-way tie for third place. So it’s kinda like a top 5. That’s neat.

#1 (tie). Dean Droulliard Hollow

#1 (tie). PONYChokecherry

#3 (tie). Pansy Pity Party

#3 (tie). Madeline DoornaertMuddy Water (reprise)

#3 (tie). Brain ItchForced to Pay

—ERR_VID_NOT_FOUND: Band full of dweebs—

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If you’re a local Windsor/Detroit artist and want to be a part of CJAM Singles Club send your new tracks to cjammd@gmail.com with “SINGLES CLUB” somewhere in the subject line!