I was born in Lansing, raised in Webberville and have lived in Michigan my entire life. Growing up in Villbilly land, I learned the value of hard work, honesty and giving back to the community. I've had jobs as a fence builder, factory rat and telephone pole climber (Lineman). While working in cable, friends told me I sounded like I could be on the radio. In 1999, I attended Specs Howard School of Media Arts. After graduating in 2000, I was in an electric accident. I took 13 thousand volts of electricity and fell 25 feet from a pole. After a long recovery, I went back to Specs for the radio program and graduated in 2002 with "Most Entertaining and Most Outgoing" honors. I began as an intern at WMMQ in 2002 and filled in as morning show producer when Deb Hart began referring to me as Joey Pants.
10 Things You Still Can’t Do in Michigan
There is a whole lot you can do.
The Dangers Lurking in the Michigan Yard
Some things to watch out for
USDA to Buy 20 Million Dollars Worth of Michigan Cherries
Farmers are happy to be helping out America when she needs it most
Michigan Creates Stay Home/Stay Well Initiative to Curb Suicides
One study said suicides will increase 32 percent in Michigan this year
New Symptom of the Coronavirus: “COVID Toes”
The condition is mostly seen in children
Michigan History: The Great Thumb Fire of 1881
It burned over 1 million acres and took at least 300 lives.
Pure Michigan Set to Drop Their First Album Full of Michigan Sounds
It's ambient/instrumental music recorded in the Michigan parks
Good People: Operation Long Journey Home
22 suicides per day for people that bravely fought for this country
New Nike “Grass” Golf Shoes Inspired by Courses
It looks like something a Muppet would wear