Gerry House & the House Foundation’s Nashville radio show was a requisite stop for country music artists for more than 20 years. Widely considered America’s #1 country radio Personality, Gerry House has won virtually every broadcasting award, including four wins for Personality of the Year from The Academy of Country Music and a spot in the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame. In addition to writing the daily content for his nationally syndicated show, Gerry has also written hit country songs, stand-up jokes, and TV scripts.
After over two decades of interviews, Gerry has compiled stories from “the other side of the microphone,” which he shares in the upcoming Country Music Causes Brain Damage: A Behind-The-Microphone Peek at Nashville’s Famous & Fabulous Stars. Country music fans will be able to enjoy never-aired, never-before published anecdotes and conversations that took place in Gerry’s legendary studio. In characteristic fashion, the title of Gerry’s book draws a tongue-in-cheek correlation between his long career in the Country Music business and the brain aneurysm he suffered in 2003, which required three craniotomies.
Featuring exclusive celebrity chats, humorous trivia, and broadcasting wisdom, Country Music Causes Brain Damage is sure to delight long-time listeners and casual readers alike. BenBella is thrilled to begin working with Gerry on this book!
1 thought on “Announcing: Country Music Causes Brain Damage”
Neurosurgeons have long agreed there’s not much that can
be done for either modern country music OR brain damage.