The Happy Hour airs nightly on 1230 WEEX (Easton) and 1320 WTKZ (Allentown) from 4-7 PM. Tune in to the longest running sports talk show in the Lehigh Valley for the best sports talk, guests and listener interaction.
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Tom Fallon was born and raised in Allentown and graduated from Central Catholic High School in 1992. Having spent most of his fall Saturdays in Beaver Stadium, Tom applied to only one college and graduated from Penn State University in 1996 with a degree in Journalism. After working for one year at WRSC radio in State College, Tom returned to the Lehigh Valley and soon became a morning show host for 1320 Sports WTKZ. When WTKZ was sold and changed formats in November 1999, Tom stayed busy doing play-by-play for high school football and basketball, as well as Lehigh University and the Pennsylvania Valley Dawgs. He even did some TV work for Service Electric and still does from time to time.
Tom was hired in February 2002 as Program Director of WEEX, and has co-hosted the Happy Hour show since its inception. Tom still bleeds Penn State blue and white and waves a Terrible Towel in support of his Pittsburgh Steelers. He also enjoys making trips to different Major League ballparks every year, especially to Yankee Stadium in his Don Mattingly jersey.
Matt Markus was born and raised in the Lehigh Valley and graduated from Notre Dame High School in 1999. After four years of baseball for the Crusaders, Matt took his skills to Seton Hall University and went to the other side of the microphone. Matt had the fortune of calling play-by-play for Seton Hall Soccer, Baseball and Basketball. During the summer of 2002, he received a championship ring as the #2 broadcaster for the Atlantic League Champion Newark Bears Baseball Team. Matt graduated magna cum laude from The Hall in 2003 with a degree in Communication.
After a year of locker room reporting for ESPN/SportsTicker, Matt landed at ESPN Radio of the Lehigh Valley as a producer for the Happy Hour in July of 2004. Matt can now be heard as a co-host of the Happy Hour three days a week. Matt is the Game Day Host and Sideline Reporter for Lehigh University Football and is the voice of Lehigh University Women's Basketball.
Matt Markus is a proud supporter of the New York Mets, San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Pistons and Red Wings. His college hoops team will always be the Seton Hall Pirates and his college football team remains the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Mike Mreczko has been working for ESPN Radio stations since before he graduated college. He served as a producer, reporter, update anchor and fill-in host prior to becoming a host here in the Lehigh Valley. He joined the Happy Hour and created The Tailgate Show which can be heard Sunday mornings during the NFL season. A native of New York, "Big Mike" has lived in Pennsylvania since 2004.
Mike is never afraid to talk about any issue or call out anyone. His true passion is hockey but Mike also loves football, college hoops, baseball and talking about the betting odds. Mike is a proud fan of the New York Rangers and Los Angeles Dodgers, a not so proud fan of the Dallas Cowboys, and supports his alma mater, Villanova. He is always ready to talk about your team as well so tune in, call in and mix it up with Big Mike here on ESPN Radio.
Join the longest running daily sports talk show in the Lehigh Valley for the best analysis, guests and listener interaction. Monday through Friday starting at 4.
On Today's Show
Join Tom Fallon & Matt Markus Monday at 4 as they broadcast live from Caesar's in Atlantic City. They'll look back on another NBA & NHL Playoff weekend and ask who are the all-time luckiest sports figures.
Looking to score tickets, gift cards or a case of beer? Try your hand at the 411, the daily trivia question at 4:11. For a bigger challenge and a bigger ego, try to cross the Bridge of Death, Wednesdays, when possible. Win a one-night stay at Harrah's in Atlantic City with the Ride an Underdog contest, Thursdays during football season.
Get the latest info on Lehigh and Lafayette as we check in periodically with coaches and players, plus keep in touch with the local sports scene with Jim Vaughn of WMFZ, Fridays at 5:30. You also never know who will stop by to talk professional teams, from local to national media as well as current and former players.