Toby Howell started the LockerRoom Show in 2003 with Bob Castle on then sports station 790 KJRB. The LockerRoom Show is the longest running sports show in Spokane currently. In 2006 Toby made the jump to FM radio and did a morning show for 3 years on several different Spokane stations before leaving town to do a show in Central Washington. In 2009 Toby returned to Spokane and Radio Spokane to start hosting the LockerRoom Show and Gonzaga GameDay Live. Sean Widmer hosted the show from Toby’s departure until he came back in 2009. Toby has also worked as broadcaster with Whitworth Football and Basketball, GSL Football and Basketball, Spokane Chiefs Hockey, and yes he even has done some TV basketball games for SWX. Toby originally came to Spokane in 1995 for college and became an intern at 105.7 the Peak and when he turned in his 2 week notice to enroll at WSU he was offered a full time job and has been in radio ever since. Toby played junior hockey growing up in Wenatchee as well as football and baseball and he’s an avid golfer.
Jim MooseJaw Miller
Moosejaw joined the LockerRoom Show as the “Baseball Expert” in 2006 with weekly appearances. In 2011 MooseJaw became the full time co-host of the LockerRoom Show. Moosejaw majored in Jounalism at Bowling Green University after growing up in Akron, Ohio. He has spent time living Nashville, Atlanta, and of course Spokane. Moosejaw has a daughter who is a Nun at St. Micheals here in Spokane and after you meet him you will see why that is odd. Moosejaw has worked with the Spokane Chiefs, Spokane Indians, and several other radio outlets as well as the Spokane CDA Magazine in his time here in Spokane. He’s an avid baseball fan along with college football. He is also a Cleveland Brown apologist. Moosejaw is also part of the sales department at Radio Spokane outside of his on air duties at KGA which also includes co hosting the Gonzaga Pre and Post Game Shows each gameday.
The LockerRoom with Toby and Moosejaw is a mix of sports and entertainment. We strive to bring our audience the best interviews at topical times but even more important to us is to make the show a lot of fun. Some might call us immature at times but that’s because both Moosejaw and I are young at heart. There is quite a ying and yang throughout the show with Moosejaw and I being far apart in age. It creates a battle of generations for example, where I might like interleague play in MLB, Moosejaw hates it because that’s not how it was back in the day. We pride ourselves on listener and client interaction at a high level. From the contesting in the show to being on the street doing promotions around the show, it’s all very important to both Moosejaw and myself. We appreciate every listener that tunes in and appreciate that they have chosen to spend some of their time with us each afternoon.