Nashville Radio Personality Gerry House Will End Longtime Morning Show

Longtime Nashville radio mainstay Gerry House is ending his award-winning House Foundation morning show on Dec. 15. He made the announcement Friday (Sept. 3) during his show on radio station WSIX. According to a press release from the station’s owner, Clear Channel Communications, House will remain on staff at WSIX as a contributor and writer. The 62-year-old broadcaster arrived at WSIX-AM in 1975 and transferred to the station’s FM side in 1981. He joined KLAC/KZLA in 1986 but returned to WSIX two years later. As a broadcaster, he has received three awards from the CMA, seven from the ACM and is the recipient of a Marconi Award from the National Association of Broadcasters. The House Foundation show is nominated again this year in the large market personality of the year category at the CMA Awards. In addition to his radio work, House’s songwriting credits include Reba McEntire’s “Little Rock” and George Strait’s “The Big One.”