Our On-Air Team

Dave Farra

Dave is the voice of reason on the show. He’s married with four kids and is doing his best to stay as young as possible. Dave likes to think that he has it all together, but like most of us, he doesn’t. When he’s not on the air, you can find Dave hosting and producing content for AXS TV, VSiN, The World Poker Tour and Tuff-N-Uff MMA on beIN Sports Network.


Mahoney is the show’s wild card and over-reactor.  He always speaks his mind about any subject no matter how much or how LITTLE he knows about it. His opinions are regularly as big and outlandish as his personality. Unlike Dave, Mahoney is doing his absolute best to be as old and comfortable as possible. He and his wife are Disney Cruise fanatics, he also loves a good bourbon or cigar and his ultimate dream is moving into a retirement community before the age of 55.


Audrey is the voice of compassion on the show.  She brings an optimistic and positive perspective that balances out every conversation. Audrey loves to travel, work out, and spend quality time with her friends and her little dog Blu, her adorable Yorkie.

LA Rock

New bio coming soon!


Marshall has worked in radio for almost 20 years and has seen it all while working across the country from Peoria, IL to Las Vegas, NV. He’s now found his home in the Low Country and Coastal Empire!

He’s an impulse-driven guy that doesn’t take a step into what he’s into but literally will throw himself down the well for it. He, his wife, and two dogs reside in Savannah’s Southside.

Greg Beharrell

The Greg Beharrell Show is unlike any you’ve heard before! (We’re sorry).

But who else could spin you musical tales, read a weather report for your dog, and serenade you a song?
Perhaps you shall be one of the lucky (sort of) listeners from across the nation to call in and make verbal
magic with Greg!

When it comes to radio shows, TGBS is easily in the top two or three million.


I was born in Boston, MA and grew up in a small town called Walpole. I studied Communication at Curry College in Milton MA. That is where I caught the “Radio Bug.” I worked at WMLN, my college station for all four years. My senior year I had an internship at a station up in Boston and continued working there until I decided to trade in my snow boots for flip flops and move to the coast. As a Bostonian I root for all my favorite hometown teams even if they are not doing well. I even got a Red Sox tattoo during an awful season. Speaking of tattoos, I am obsessed with them. I have 14 and counting. When I’m not on the air, I’m spending time with my family or at a concert.