Former WSIX/Nashville morning host Gerry House will be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame’s class of 2023.
He is the only country representative in this year’s class, which will also include WMGK-FM/Philadelphia’s John DeBella, SiriusXM’s Pat St. John, The Bob Rivers Show’s Bob Rivers, KMET-FM/KROQ-FM/KHJ-AM’s Shadoe Stevens, NPR’s Nina Totenberg, Radio Ink‘s Deborah Parenti and radio executive Charles Warfield.
House is a CMA and ACM award-winning radio personality, and was first heard on WSIX-AM in the ’70s. He was the voice of The BIG 98’s Gerry House and the House Foundation from 1983-2010, winning countless National Personality of the Year Honors. He is also an author and songwriter, having penned songs for George Strait, Reba McEntire, LeAnn Rimes, Pam Tillis and more. House was inducted into the Country Radio Hall of Fame in 2009 and the NAB Radio Hall of Fame in 2011.
House becomes the eighth country format inductee, following Lon Helton (2022), Bobby Bones (2017), Bob Kingsley (2016), Blair Garner (2013), Ralph Emery (2010), Gene Autry (2003) and the Grand Ole Opry (1992).
The National Radio Hall of Fame Class of 2023 will be honored at the 2023 Radio Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Nov. 2 at the InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel.
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