Joey Salvia is a Brooklyn born songwriter, multi instrumentalist, producer, and indie artist. On his 2019 album, "The Soundtrack in My Head", Salvia performed all the instruments including bass, acoustic guitars, electric guitars, keyboards, ukulele, harmonica, mandolin,and drums. He also produced, mixed, mastered, and engineered the effort.
Joey has spent most of his life performing music as a solo entertainer and in bands. During the 80s, he was a member of the touring college-rock band, The Bash. In the late 90s, he was frontman for The Montgomery Cliffs. Never accused of being a one trick pony, Joey Salvia has also produced a wide variety of radio content, digital media, and commercials. His audio-production & voice-over work has been heard nationwide on Cumulus Media/Westwood One radio stations for over a decade.
As part of ESPN Radio, NY (The Michael Kay Show) for over 10 years, Joey juggled engineering the show while coming up with jingles, parodies, and theme songs for different guests. Sometimes right on the spot! He's an original cast-member from 2002-2012.
As part of Westwood One, Joey produced the radio features, "A Better Life with Sanjay Gupta", "Nash News Now", The Huckabee Report, "ACC Rewind", and had also helped produce more than a handful of podcasts like "The Final Word with Frangela", "Opie Radio", View Point with Bakari Sellers, The Hughley Truth with D.L. Hughley, and the very popular Jordan B. Peterson Podcast.
Joey began his radio career on Long Island at 92.7 WLIR ... hosting a new music show. Joey was even the DJ for over 1000 weddings and club dates in the New York area throughout the 90s. He left his home of NYC for Dallas, Texas back in 2012 to spend more time with his family, build Legos, and make music. You can find Joey performing throughout the DFW area both solo and with his band. In September of 2021, Joey began working for Warner Media as the first Podcast Creative Services Manager for CNN.