December 28, 2021

Baltimore Radio Legend Porkchop Leaving 92Q Jams for Las Vegas and Headed Towards Radio Retirement

Johnny Doswell otherwise know as Porkchop announced on 92Q Jams (WERQ-FM) that he was ending his radio career in Baltimore and headed for retirement. Porkchop has been on 92Q for over 20 years. He's worked practically every shift at the station including The Big Phat Morning Show from 2006-2008.

Porkchop, who attended Coppin State University, started at 92Q as the producer of “Off The Hook Radio” with Reggie Reg, according to his biography on the station’s website. It was “Club Queen” Khia Edgerton, best known as K-Swift, who got him his start. Porkchop leaves the station as morning host of “The A.M. Clique” with Angelbaby.

Porkchop's final show on 92Q featured what else???-- Baltimore Club Music. See the announcement on Facebook Live.

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