Bobby Bones Show

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The Bobby Bones Show is a radio morning show broadcast in Nashville, Tennessee, on The BIG 98 WSIX-FM 97.9 and syndicated in Austin, Texas; Las Vegas, Nevada; Wichita, Kansas; Amarillo, Texas; Oklahoma Lubbock, Texas; Augusta, Georgia; Waco, Texas; Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Beaumont, Texas; Albany, Georgia Washington, D.C.; Spokane, Washington; Tampa, Florida; Tucson, Arizona; Greensboro, North Carolina; Sacramento, California; Boston and Cheyenne, Wyoming.[1] Bobby Bones is accompanied by co-hosts Lunchbox, Amy, Eddie, and Alayna. Jay Shannon is program director. According to Clear Channel Radio, the show is the number one rated morning show in Austin, Wichita, Amarillo, and Lubbock; though regarding the Austin market it is not always the case due to heavy competition from rival radio shows - notably the Dudley and Bob Morning Show on rival station 93.7 KLBJ FM "The Rock of Austin." The morning show runs on weekdays from 5 AM to 10 AM.[2] On July 18, 2011, it was announced that Bobby signed a three-year extension to do mornings for Clear Channel's Kiss 96.7 KHFI, and also signed a deal with Premiere Networks for syndication rights.[3]

Left to right -- Lunchbox, Bobby Bones, Amy, Carlos and Alayna in the studio


  • 2002-2003: College Radio Lamest of the Lame (CR-LOL)
  • 2007: Radio Shack Battery Club Membership Finalist, Southern Arkansas, Tandy Corporation
  • 2008-2009: Worst Radio Personality (AWRT)[4]
  • 2007-2008: Worst Radio Personality (AWRT)[5]
  • 2007-2008: Best Radio Personality and Best Radio Program (Austin Music Awards)[6]
  • 2004-2005, 2005–2006, 2006–2007: Best Radio Personality (Austin Music Awards)[6][7][8][9]


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  3. ^ "". 2011-07-18. Retrieved 201-07-19. 
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  5. ^ "AWRT Trailblazer Awards". Retrieved 2008-09-27. [dead link]
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  7. ^ "2004-05 Austin Music Awards". The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved 2008-09-27. 
  8. ^ "2005-06 Austin Music Awards". The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved 2008-09-27. 
  9. ^ "2006-07 Austin Music Awards". The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved 2008-09-27.