Storme Warren

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Storme Warren
Storme Warren

(1970-03-03) March 3, 1970 (age 48)
EducationCalifornia State University, Northridge
Notable credit(s)
Headline Country
host and executive producer
SiriusXM Highway 56 Radio Host radio host

Storme Warren (born March 3, 1970) is an American television and radio broadcaster best known as the host of The Storme Warren morning show on SiriusXM's channel The Highway.

Warren has joined WhereverTV as a brand ambassador. He will host his own Over The Top (OTT) platform based channel called "StormeTV." The first show, called "Storme's Corner," will feature unedited and unscripted interviews with top country musicians.[1]

Storme also created Stone Beaver productions where he produced the popular entertainment news magazine show Headline Country which aired on the GAC Television network for 12 years. His television career began as a segment producer on CNN's Showbiz Today, and then on to TNN Country News and This Week in Country Music as an entertainment reporter. [2]. He currently hosts Nashville House Concerts with Joe Denim on the first Thursday of each month from September 2017 going until June 2018. The concerts are hosted at the War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee [3].

In December 2009, The Tennessean wrote that Warren was the "Dick Clark of Nashville." He hosted the inaugural "Music City New Year's Eve Bash on Broadway" in 2009/2010.[4] He is also a host for selected events at the CMA Music Festival and at Nashville's 4th of July "Let Freedom Ring" celebration.

Career timeline[edit]

  • 1990–1992: CNN - cameraman[5]
  • 1992– 1993: Showbiz Today - reporter[5]
  • 1993–2002: The Nashville Network (TNN)[5]
  • April, 2003–2014: Headline Country - host, executive producer, writer[5]


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  4. ^ "The Tennessean". The Tennessean.
  5. ^ a b c d "GAC: Personal Bio".

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