Joey Pants was born in Lansing, raised in Webberville and has lived in Michigan his entire life. Growing up in Villbilly land, Joey learned the value of hard work, honesty and giving back to the community. He's had jobs as a fence builder, factory rat and telephone pole climber (Lineman). While working in cable, friends told Joey he sounded like he could be on the radio. In 1999, he attended Specs Howard School of Media Arts. After graduating in 2000, Joey was in an electric accident. He took 13 thousand volts of electricity and fell 25 feet from a pole. After a long recovery, he went back to Specs for the radio program and graduated in 2002 with "Most Entertaining and Most Outgoing" honors. He began as an intern at WMMQ in 2002 and filled in as morning show producer when Deb Hart began referring to him as Joey Pants.
The 3 Costumes of Nugget for Halloween 2018
Her second Halloween was packed full of fun
This is Classic: 70’s and 80’s Halloween Advertisements
Some terrible movie trailers, terrible makeup and terrible acting on display here.
Michigan’s Greta Van Fleet Tops The Rock Albums Chart
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Pants People: Peg McLeod Kicking Cancer’s Ass!
Peg is rocking her WMMQ yard sign.
Pants People: Nick Zachary Rocking the WMMQ Yard Sign
Last week, I was mourning the loss of a pet and Nick Zachary stopped by the WMMQ studio to pick up his yard sign. I am sorry I missed this longtime WMMQ head. Nick is a frequent caller and winner. He actually brought us both in Mega Millions tickets...
Pants People: Longtime Listener John From St. Johns
He has his own customized WMMQ shirt
Can You Guess Michigan’s Most Popular Halloween Candy?
According to People.com. Click here to see the nonsense
Pants People: The Fowlerville Feed Bag Cafe Has Pants On
Drive through Fowlerville and check out all the crazy decorations
Pants People: Uber Driver Bruce Byrnes Has His Pants On
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Pants People: Scotty Allman Swipes His WMMQ Yard Sign
He's hosted the Capital City Blues Cruise for over 30 years