“I don’t take no crap from anybody… else but you!” sings comedian Sean Morey in his radio hit The Man Song. Each line starts out with a macho roar and ends with a henpecked whimper as in “I’m the man of this house… until you get home” or “I don’t want to hear a lot of whining… so I’ll shut up.” The Man Song became the most requested song on over one thousand radio morning shows all over the country and is a huge internet phenomenon. It also played regularly at wedding receptions.
Sean followed up The Man Song with dozens of other comedy songs, many of them relationship songs like The Woman Song and He Said, She Heard. He also writes songs about everything else including Dickin’ Around at Work, Repo Man is Coming to Town, I Think it’s Going to be a Great Day, The Toddler Song, It’s All About Me and The Man Who Doesn’t Exist. Sean’s songs Dear Santa and The A.D.D. Song just won first and third place in the comedy category of The International Songwriting Competition. The comedy category was judged by “Weird Al” Yankovic, Cheech Marin, and David Cross.
The radio world has embraced Sean’s top-notch stand up comedy as enthusiastically as his music. He routinely does five or more telephone interviews per day with radio stations.
Morey began his career in Boston where he graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in Speech Communications. He started as a street entertainer doing comedy magic and juggling on the Boston Common. He soon opened his own comedy school and performed a one-man show every Friday night at the Charles playhouse for nine months straight.
Upon moving to Los Angeles, Morey won first place in the Southern California Comedy Competition, which led to three appearances on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. He was signed by the William Morris Agency, did opening act performances for dozens of major stars, and wrote and performed comedy for NBC’s The Big Show and The Crystal Gayle Special on CBS.
Since then he has been touring around the country and the world performing in comedy clubs, theaters, on cruise ships and on the college circuit. He was twice nominated College Comedian of the Year, and has been seen on many television shows including three times on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.