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Gerry House Goes Into the Hall

Nashville radio personality headed for NAB HOF

Gerry House, long established at Nashville country station WSIX(FM), will be inducted into the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame in April.

The induction will take place April 12 at the NAB Show Radio Luncheon.

Besides the “Gerry House and the House Foundation” morning show, House hosts syndicated shows such as “Countryline USA” and “The Saturday Night House Party.” He started at WSIX(AM) in 1975. He has also been heard on WSM(AM) in Nashville and KLAC(AM) in Los Angeles.

Additionally, House is a songwriter of some repute, having penned songs recorded by country music artists such as George Strait, Reba McEntire, LeAnn Rimes, Randy Travis and the Oak Ridge Boys. He is in the Country Music DJ Hall of Fame and won Billboard’s Radio Personality of the Year, the Country Music Association’s Personality of the Year and Radio & Record’s Country Format Personality of the Year awards. He’s even snagged an NAB Marconi Radio Award.

NAB Executive Vice President of Radio John David said House has been entertaining thousands of listeners in the Nashville area for 30 years.