In 1979 my journey started, working the night shift at a now debunked national grocery chain. Listening to an obscure radio station over the PA system as we worked. This music only catered to one person, our foreman. So I decided to do “an 8 hour radio show” playing music that all the guys would enjoy, even throwing a few barbs at them in fun. All under the person of “Wolfman Sammy”. The guys loved this, and couldn’t wait for the Wolfman to return. I explained what I had done to my father, and he knew a DJ, that his company always used for their corporate events. So he contacted him. I was asked to come in and “interview” to see if I was interested and if they wanted me on their staff. It turns out they did. So, for the next 8 weeks I tutored with 7 of the best DJ’s in the GTA area. They all knew their music, they were interactive, funny and personable. I was constantly practicing on the equipment, mixing song selections, to the way I spoke, to how to perform the routines and how to treat the clients. A lot still remains today, as I try to convey as I teach and mentor those that wish to learn. I am blessed that for four decades I have been able to make a career out of something I love to do.