I am a 11 year resident of Chattanooga, TN who made his way to the scenic city via Poughkeepsie, NY where I was born and raised. Chattanooga is home for my wife and me along with our two children. We love the family lifestyle that Chattanooga provides; whether it is bike rides on the Riverwalk or a picnic and carousel ride in Coolidge Park we are never at a loss for fun family outdoor entertainment. Weekends are spent downtown at some of our great local restaurants and breweries (Heaven & Ale is my fav). The sports vibe of the city is really fun to be a part of as the family and I attended as many Chattanooga Lookout games as we can each summer! And when CFC and UTC footballs games are at Finley Stadium you can catch me tailgating with a group of friends! You can find the family and I on a Sunday walking though The Chattanooga Market looking for some unique local fair. The vibe of this city is awesome and I’m so happy to call Chattanooga home.
#NoogaNights w/ Sean Stewart was launched in the spring of 2008 on WDOD Hits 96; the show produced strong ratings and revenue for the station. During that time I co- created the successful local event The Running of the Chihuahuas, created, branded and hosted the Hit Mix, made countless friends and at local High School football games thought the fall at our Friday Night Lights live broadcasts. #NoogaNights w/ Sean Stewart is a strong brand in the market with Instant name recognition. The show is proven winner that maintained a top 3 position at night over a 10 year period. Live and Local radio is what it’s all about and I love to bring that vibe to the city every weeknight! #NoogaNights W/ Sean Stewart airs daily from 7- Midnight on 103.7 Kiss-Fm.
Not only do I have an amazing job that requires me to play music at a high volume and talk to local listeners. I really enjoy live music events such as concerts, award shows and music festivals with Bonnaroo being my favorite weekend of the year. At one point I was able to bench press a small car and run a mile in under a day. One day soon you will catch back in a local gym prepping for the iron man. Most days I wear a fitted New York Yankees hat as I’m a big fan of the team. A radio guy at heart as I have hosted, coordinated and produced top rated radio shows on various stations throughout the east coast since my rookie season of 2001. In 2005 I was nominated for the New York City Metro March Of Dimes A.I.R Award and a 2014 SIN award nominee for Music Director of the year in a secondary market. Follow my social media empire @Sean_Stewart
What 2 individuals, living or dead, would you like to eat dinner with? Too many options to choose from. For fun lets say Elon Musk and Doc Brown from Back To The Future.
What was the first huge music hit that you remember? Ghostbusters, who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!
What was the best concert you ever attended? Hard to narrow it down to just one. I have attended lots of live shows and music festivals over the years.. Paul McCartney, Tom Petty, U2, Jay-Z & Eminem shows at Bonnaroo. Guns & Roses at Exit 111, Metallica at the Bridgestone was pretty rad as well as that time I went to a club show to seeInsaneClownPosse + 2 Live Crew (Wild night !)
What are you passionate about? Naps, very passionate about naps. Also,tomato's and how to stop them from existing.
What’s your favorite movie? Major League
Describe your craziest “how did I get here?” moment. Filling this out.
Who is your most & least favorite superhero and why? Very close between Bartman and Batman for number #1. Worst has to be Daredevil and all of the fake Transformers know as Gobots!
What’s the biggest misconception people have about your job? That we don't do much besides talk on the radio. Being on-air is a part of the overall job of an air talent.
What’s one song that you have completely memorized? Happy Birthday.
What’s your most dreaded household chore? And why? Cleaning the toilet. Poop.