Cracked House Foundation

The House Foundation, Front row (L-R) Richard Falklen, Duncan Stewart. Back row (L-R): Mike Bohan, Gerry House and Al Voecks. Photo: Dean Dixon

The House Foundation, Front row (L-R) Richard Falklen, Duncan Stewart. Back row (L-R): Mike Bohan, Gerry House and Al Voecks. Photo: Dean Dixon

After 28 years, Gerry House’s radio team the House Foundation is splitting up. Blaming budget cuts at the Clear Channel owned station, ringleader House told The Tennessean that Dec. 23 will be the last day on the WSIX morning show for newsman Al Voecks and sportscaster Duncan Stewart. Remaining on-air will be Country Music DJ Hall of Fame inductee House, sidekick Mike Bohan, and producer Richard Falklen.

House told the newspaper that he fought the changes, explaining, “I’ve been to the point where I’ve quit and renegotiated and come back…These are tough times economically. I hate this, but we have to step forward.”

He also said the station is considering hiring a new person to do both news and sports for the show.

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