Gerry House, longtime king of morning radio in Nashville, announced on the air this morning (9/3) that his show, The House Foundation, which airs on Clear Channel/WSIX will come to an end on December 15. House is calling it quits after 30 years in country radio, citing his desire to devote more time to other projects.
“I wanna sleep late, contemplate and feel great,” House said. “I will miss everyone on and off the air, but it’s time for me to do the other things I think about. The mostest fun ever is working with your friends. I also plan to travel and spend less time with my family.”
Gerry House and the House Foundation have won 3 CMA Awards, 7 ACMs, 8 Billboard Awards, 9 awards from R&R, 1 Marconi and just about every other accolade in country radio.
According to a WSIX press release, “House will remain on staff with WSIX as a contributor, writer and Consigliere.”