CHUM, a Toronto radio place, used several brilliant — and occasionally strange — promotional gimmicks to used fresh listeners and supporters. A very important factor they used had been drive jockeys who doubled as documenting artists sometimes. Garry Ferrier suit the model because of this and do some function in 1964 with others in the station, an organization referred to as the Chumingbirds. He also documented using the Competition Marbles in 1965 under Capitol Information and do some single stuff before that. Some of the funny singles he documented were “Such as a Dribbling Plantation,” “Ringo-Deer,” “The President’s Canada Meeting,” and “Brotherhood of Guy.” Ferrier continued to create music for displays featured in the CBC television place.