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ACM announces radio award nominees

Monday, February 3, 2020 – Nominations are in for the ACM radio awards with Bobby Bones, Storme Warren and Crook & Chase among those nominated.

The nominees are:

Blair Garner & "Off Eric" Garner, The Blair Garner Show
Bobby Bones, Amy, Lunchbox, Eddie, Morgan and Ray, The Bobby Bones Show
Lorianne Crook & Charlie Chase, Crook & Chase Countdown
Buzz Brainard, The Music Row Happy Hour
Storme Warren, Mary Carlisle Callahan and Thomas Massad, The Storme Warren Show

Major Market Personality:
Bud and Broadway, WIL/St. Louis
Kelly Ford in the Morning, WNSH/New York
Mason & Remy, WIL/St. Louis
The Morning Wolfpack with Matt McAllister, KKWF/Seattle
The Rob and Holly Show, WYCD/Detroit

Large Market Personality:
Lexi And Banks, KUBL/Salt Lake City
Marty McFly, WSM-FM/Nashville
Q Morning Crew with Mike and Janie, WQDR/Raleigh
Robyn & Roger in the Morning, CKRY/Calgary, Alberta, Canada
The Big Dave Show, WUBE/Cincinnati

Medium Market Personality
Brent Michaels, KUZZ/Bakersfield
Clay & Company, WYRK/Buffalo, NY
Kenn McCloud, KUZZ/Bakersfield
Steve & Gina in the Morning, KXKT/Omaha
The Cowboy Kyle Show, WUSY/Chattanooga

Small Market Personality:
Adam & Jen In The Morning, KIOK/Tri-Cities, WA
Ben & Arnie, WCOW/Sparta, WI
Big Rick In The Morning, WGGC/Bowling Green, KY
Scotty & Catryna in the Morning, KCLR/Columbia, MO
Steve & Jessica, WFLS/Fredericksburg, VA

Major Market Station:
KAJA/San Antonio
KFRG/San Bernardino
WNSH/New York

Large Market Station:
CKRY/Calgary, Alberta, Canada
WIRK/West Palm Beach

Medium Market Station:

Small Market Station:
KKNU/Eugene, OR
KTHK/Idaho Falls, ID
WBYT/South Bend, IN
WPAP/Panama City, FL
WYCT/Pensacola, FL

The Radio Awards are given out during the annual Radio Winners Reception which will be held on Saturday, April 4 in Las Vegas, the day prior to the ACM Awards. The awards show starts at 8 p.m. eastern/delayed Pacific on CBS.

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