Can’t donate online? Drop by the Green Bean Cafe on Thursday November 25th Pay with cash or credit in person – snag a coffee, browse our tee selection, and other fun music merch items, and meet the CJAM team!
Can’t make it to the Green Bean or donate online? Call Station Manager Carley Schweitzer in the office to arrange donation at 519-253-3000 ext2525 Don’t be shy! Leave a voicemail & we will get back to you as soon as possible.
PLUS We’ll be hosting a LIVE DJ Showcase on Friday November 26th at Meteor in Downtown Windsor (138 University Avenue West). Celebrate the end of our 2021 fundraising drive by moving to the music! This fun dance party will feature our volunteers getting off the air and onto the floor to showcase the unique styles of CJAM’s eclectic music programming. Come hear the music from your favourite shows dropped live, and sample some new flavours too! Check the facebook event page for a full list of participating DJs, along with information about their radio programs.
CJAM 99.1 FM is calling for submissions to our True Tales storytelling event. We’re looking for true stories and Halloween is the theme. We’ll be accepting stories to be read -LIVE- on air on Monday October 25th at 9pm. Tell us your scary campfire tale, ghost encounter, Trick or Treating adventure, or any other Halloween-themed story.
Submit your tales to Program Director Lix at email@example.com before October 25th. On the night of the event, we’ll be calling folks up to recount their tales LIVE on CJAM 99.1 FM – you won’t want to miss this one!
Listen in at 99.1 FM on your dial -OR- find us streaming for free on the iHeartRadio app
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
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
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
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’Regan – Gas Light
#2. Ke Thu – Is Separated From Itself
#3. Spirit Trail – Indian Time
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…
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