WHO THE HECK ARE THESE GUYS, ANYWAY?!!
Michael Amidei has been active in the entertainment industry since the age of 16, when he recorded and released “For Sinner's Only”, the debut album of the band Cable.
Since then, he has gone on to perform for over 1 million people and appear on over 27 albums. His work has been featured on internationally charted recordings and collectively, these recordings have sold a collective 1.5 million copies worldwide. This journey has taken him from film production, to being a professional opera singer, to a western music star (performing with The Flying W Wranglers).
In addition to his solo albums, "Devil" (2012) and "Sea" (2014), Michael released his first book of poetry "The Fall" in 2015 and an inspirational adventure guide for children called "Do Something: An Adventurer's Guide To The Act Of Accomplishment" (2016).
Some call him the Haiku Master. Some call him The Board Op aka T.B.O. - But we simply call him JT, God Of The Twisty Knoby Thingys From Which All Sounds Come. Catchy, isn't it?
J. T. Gunter got his start doing sound for the church he grew up going to helping his father Ivan Gunter not only do the sound for the church, but design and build the entire system. It was there that he gain the skills he would later use in the entertainment industry.
In 1997 he got picked up to work sound for Western States Wrestling, from there he worked Multiple wrestling leagues including CWO, AWA, XTC, RMCW plus more. This is where the he sharpened his skills as a technical producer and technical manager. Taking a long apprenticeship at KGNU, JT learned the craft of producing live radio.
J.T. left professional wrestling in 2004, but his time in entertainment was not over, not only did he do sound for weddings and the like but he bought into the CFC football team The Colorado Cobras where he excelled as the facility manager. He often had to use his skills with the sound at each stadium location as well.
In 2012 J.T. was asked to be involved at the Producer/Engineer of WPOM and jumped on board. (No pun intended). On top of being apart of the poetry show, he also hosted the occasional "Radio Angry", a film review podcast and published his own book of poetry "The Haiku Master: A Collection From The Master Himself, Enjoy" in 2016.