Who Is Brian Joyce


Brian lights up the airwaves with brash, bold, intelligent conversation. Equally comfortable mixing news and politics with sex, drugs, and rock & roll, there is no topic Brian won’t touch, there is no listener Brian can’t appeal to, and he does it in heart of the Bible Belt.

Brian Joyce is a new brand of talk radio. Often described as the “future of talk radio”, he has tripled his ratings since first arriving at Talk Radio 102.3 FM.WGOW.com

Brian is a regular contributor on Fox News, he’s a featured blogger on Huffington Post, and in 2016 he was named to the Talkers Magazine “Heavy Hundred” list of the top 100 talk radio hosts in America. In 2015, he was one of just nine radio personalities in the United States – and the only talk radio talent – to be named one of Reel World’s “Rising Stars of Radio.” He was also named one of talk radio’s Top 5 “Rising Stars” at the 2012 Talk Show Boot Camp.
As a commentator and pundit, Brian has appeared on Fox News, CNN, HLN, and the el-Sharq network in Egypt. He has also appeared on MTV, AOL TV, and the Cartoon Network, and in 2015 he hosted his own Sunday morning political roundtable show, “Sunday Brunch,” on Fox Chattanooga.

On the international front, Brian has moderated political debates at Harvard University; the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia; the Geneva Press Club in Geneva, Switzerland; and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. On the home front, he has moderated Tea Party debates for the 3rd Congressional District in Tennessee and the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia. In 2016, Brian, along with former Georgia Congressman Jack Kingston, appeared on the Egyptian news network el-Sharq TV, which broadcasts to millions of viewers in Egypt from its studios in Istanbul. On behalf of his contributions to the network, he was presented with a special award of recognition by former Egyptian MP and Presidential candidate Dr. Ayman Nour.

A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Brian was a regular fill-in host at AM-680 WRKO and 96.9 WTKK, as well as the Money Matters Radio Network. Before that, well … Brian did a lot of things! He was a truck driver, teacher, bouncer, bartender, comedian, model, and Senior Derivatives Analyst for a Fortune 20 company. He turned down academic scholarships to Harvard and Princeton to play baseball in North Carolina, where he set 4 records that still stand. After graduating from Davidson College with a degree in Classical Languages, Brian toured the globe as a standup comedian, living in six cities on two continents. He has performed with the Dropkick Murphys and the Vagina Monologues, he covered Jon Stewart’s “Rally to Restore Sanity” for AOL TV, he appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, and his voice work has been featured on The Cartoon Network.

What sets Brian apart is the unique life experience he brings to the airwaves, as well as his keen intellect, killer sense of humor, and the conversational approach he brings to the day’s hottest topics.WGOW.com

Brian now hosts “The Brian Joyce Show” on Talk Radio 102.3 FM (Cumulus Media). What sets Brian apart is his unique life experience, his keen intellect and killer sense of humor, and the conversational approach he brings to the day’s hottest topics. An avid and dedicated user of social media, Brian incorporates his thousands of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram followers into his show every day.

For more information, please visit Brian’s website at www.brianjoyce.net. To contact Brian directly, email him at brian@brianjoyce.net, or call (617) 910-7134. Listen to “The Brian Joyce Show” every Monday-Friday, 1-4 pm ET at www.wgow.com!

His work as a comedian, radio host and pundit has been featured on:

Fox News, CNN, Huffington Post, HLN, AOL TV, MTV, The Cartoon Network, Chattanooga Times-Free Press, WDSI-Fox 61, WRCB-Channel 3, Nooga.com, el-Sharq TV, Chatter Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, The Boston Phoenix, XM Satellite Radio, Spin FM (Dublin, Ireland), BBC World Radio, RTE Television (Ireland), Boston.com, Entertainment.ie (Ireland), The Metro, The Weekly Dig, Punchline Magazine, Stuff Magazine, The Improper Bostonian, Capitol Magazine, The Irish Echo, Irish America Magazine, Comedy Central Insider, and more