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A year later, he came back as an afternoon radio announcer under a new program name entitled 'Sean Garvey in the Afternoons'. Both shows provided the best in gospel music, talk and up to the minute news & traffic reports from some of the best in the business including Paula Phillips, Naki Frierson, Veronica Harrell, Jeffree Charles, and Sam Lake. During his successful three years at this faith based radio station, Sean Garvey became known as one of the best radio personalities to hit the underground gospel radio market who was known for interviewing both independent and established entertainers in the industry such as Dr. Ian Smith (Celebrity Fit Club), Grammy Award Nominee and Singer Angie Stone, Actor Clifton Powell, Wood Harris, Bill Duke, Jasmine Guy, award winning journalist Ed Gordon and many others.
Outside of radio, Garvey teamed up with Deranta Avaloy to become the co-host for the entertainment weekly syndicated TV show DKE-TV which was televised on several different stations including People TV and CW 69 Atlanta. After the program first aired in 2007, this radio personality/TV host found himself engaging in many different interviews with some of the biggest names in the industry such as rapper Yo-Yo, Montell Jordan, Whodini, Janelle Monae, TC Carson, Eugene Lee, Former Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin, basketball legend Dr. J, Fulton County Commissioner William Bill Edwards, Filmmaker Kenny Leon, and many more.
Before his glory days were about to come to an end at AM 1260 WTJH, Sean Garvey was promoted to Assistant Program Director in charge of producing ministry programming and showcasing new music that has uplifted thousands of listeners in these hard economic and troubled times. He also hosted and produced The Gospel Lounge in 2008 which presented a platform for new and upcoming gospel artists to get their music exposed over the airwaves. Sean Garvey then went on to WAEC/Love 860 AM Atlanta in efforts to help produce & engineer quality faith based and alternative programming.
Currently, he is the host and producer for the upbeat and comical talk radio show 'The Beat Break Morning Show' every Saturday Morning at 9am EST. on BEATBREAKRADIOFM.COM. The program consists of live interviews, various subjects ranging from current events to intimate relationships, and a wide range of underground as well as established hip hop/soulful R&B music. Outside of radio broadcasting, Sean Garvey is an activist with a strong affiliation for the community outreach organization M.O.I.A. (Men of Intelligence Association). As far as acting goes, he recently was featured in two independent projects: Good Deed & Silent Cry: Reloaded are some of the films in which Sean Garvey shows his acting abilities to a massive audience. The independent film Good Deed has taken this radio personality turned actor to a different level by becoming inducted into the IMDB (The Internet Movie Database) which is known to be the biggest, best, and most award winning movie site on the planet. Follow "The Hardest Working Man in Radio" @Sean Garvey on Facebook!
himself under the alias “Brotha Rashawn” on the popular hip hop mix show 'Casual Conversations with Dcas and DJ Yogi'. Since then, he participated in several various projects for Georgia Public Broadcasting, Rolling Out Magazine and other media affiliates. After receiving his bachelor's degree in Media Production at American InterContinental University-Buckhead Campus, Garvey's mentor and radio personality, Reggie Gay, gave this aspiring young talent an opportunity to serve as the Associate Producer for 'The Reggie Gay Gospel Show' from April 2007 to November 2007. A loyal listening audience has followed his innovative and in-depth communication style to his afternoon program; 'Live from the Joy House with Sean Garvey' which aired on AM 1260 WTJH in the Fall of 2007.
Coming from a musical and comedic family background, various talents instilled into Sean Garvey (a native of Atlanta, Georgia) prompting him to start his radio career at the age of 19. During a relatively short term as an intern and then a radio co-host in 2003, his gifts have propelled him forward from WRFG 89.3FM, where he made a real name for