Bobby Bones Show takes CMA award
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
– Phone calls from Keith urban were most welcome for four radio stations and personalities as the singer called to tell them they were Country Music Association Broadcast Awards winners on Tuesday.
The Bobby Bones Show was among the winners in taking the National award category.
2017 CMA Broadcast Personality of the Year Winners:
National - "The Bobby Bones Show" (Bobby Bones, Amy Brown, "Lunchbox" Dan Chappell, and Eddie Garcia) - iHeartMedia
Major Market - "Mike & Amy" (Mike Chase and Amy Faust) - KWJJ, Portland, Ore.
Large Market - "Amanda and Jesse" (Amanda Valentine and Jesse Tack) - WUBE, Cincinnati
Medium Market - "Cash and Bradley" (Natalie Cash and Matt Bradley) - KWEN, Tulsa, Okla.
Small Market - "Officer Don and DeAnn" (Don Evans and DeAnn Stephens) - WBUL, Lexington-Fayette, Ky.
2017 CMA Radio Station of the Year Winners:
Major Market - WIL - St. Louis, Mo.
Large Market - WQDR - Raleigh-Durham, N.C.
Medium Market - WIVK - Knoxville, Tenn.
Small Market - WYCT - Pensacola, Fla.
Winners will be recognized at the 51st Annual CMA Awards" on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
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