iHeartMedia Nashville officially announced Monday that Gerry House will once again hit the airwaves as an official voice talent for W252CM 98.3 FM (via WSIX 97.9 FM HD2) effective May 26th at 7a.m.
After years of retirement, the legendary radio personality will once again be heard in Nashville. Gerry will be joined by his “long-time male companion” Mike Bohan, who will accompany House on-air.
“The truth is, the good times, the spirit and the hits we played back when the House Foundation morning show was on the air will be on The BIG Legend at 98.3,” said House. “While this won’t be a full time show, all the laughs we had will be heard once again. Fun never gets old, and as always I blame Mike Bohan.”
A Country Music Association (CMA) and Academy Of Country Music (ACM) award-winning American radio personality, House was heard on WSIX-FM in Nashville, Tennessee on the morning show Gerry House and the House Foundation from 1983 to 2010. House has won the CMA, ACM, Billboard, and Marconi awards for Personality of the Year numerous times. House is also a songwriter, who has written songs for George Strait (“The Big One”), Reba McEntire (“Little Rock”), LeAnn Rimes (“On the Side of Angels”) and Pam Tillis (“The River and the Highway”). He has also had his songs recorded by Brad Paisley, Randy Travis, Trace Adkins, Mark Collie, Clint Black, Neal McCoy, The Oak Ridge Boys, and Big & Rich, among others.
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Mike Bohan, who co-hosted with House from 1995 until the end of his morning show in 2010 will also return with House.