Guy Edward John Patrick Garvey (born 6 March 1974, in Bury, Lancashire, England) is the singer and guitarist in the band Elbow as well as a presenter (Sunday afternoon 2 pm to 4 pm, British time) for BBC 6 Music. He previously presented a show on Sunday evenings on XFM. He is currently working on a solo album expected to debut later this year.

Garvey serves as the sole lyricist of Elbow, and has been widely praised for his songwriting throughout his career. Elbow won two Ivor Novella awards for best song writing for the 2008 single "Grounds for Divorce" as well as best contemporary song for "One Day Like This". He was awarded a lifetime achievement honor by the Radio Academy in 2014. He also featured on the 2014 Band Aid charity single designed to fundraise for the Ebola crisis in Africa.

He had a monthly column in the now-defunct listings magazine City Life and is a patron of MAG (the Mines Advisory Group), the Manchester-based charity responsible for clearing war zones of mines and munitions world wide. Amongst other work Garvey produced and recorded the I Am Kloot album Natural History (2001). Alongside Elbow keyboard player Craig Potter he also produced I Am Kloot's single "Maybe I Should" (2005, not associated with any album), their Mercury Music Prize nominated 2010 album Sky at Night and their 2013 album Let It All In. He appears on Massive Attack's 2010 album record Heligoland.

As well as vocal duties Garvey has also played a wide variety of instruments live including both electric and acoustic guitar, trumpet, and various forms of percussion.

He is a member of the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA),

In April 2012 Garvey became a patron of the Manchester Craft and Design Centre. He received an honorary doctorate from Manchester Metropolitan University in July 2012, in recognition of his contribution to music and is now a Doctor of Arts.

Garvey has also read several children's stories for the CBeebies "Bedtime Stories" program on the BBC.