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Bobby Bones

Born and raised in Arkansas, Bobby Bones began his radio career at Henderson State University’s KSH 91.1 The Switch at the age of 17, where he graduated with a degree in Radio/TV. During that time, he also worked at KLAZ 105.9 in Hot Springs, Ark., as a part-time air talent. In 2002, Bones was hired by Q100/KQAR in Little Rock, Ark., and The Bobby Bones Night Show was born. In 2003, Bones moved to Austin, Texas where he began hosting The Bobby Bones Show Monday through Friday from 5-10 a.m. CT on 96.7 KISS FM. Joined on-air by Lunchbox and Amy, they attracted listeners in droves, as well as top rankings in the market. For his work on the program, Bones was named “Austin Radio Personality of the Year” in 2009, 2010 and 2011, and Austin’s Alliance of Women in Media honored the program with their “Radio Personality of the Year” award seven years in a row.

The Bobby Bones Show joined Premiere Networks’ national lineup in 2011 and was nationally syndicated on CHR radio until February 2013, when the program transitioned to a Country format. Today, the program originates from WSIX in Nashville and can be heard on more than 85 Country radio stations nationwide by millions of listeners. In 2014, the program was honored with the Academy of Country Music Award in the “National On-air Personality of the Year” category. Bones was also voted “Best Radio DJ” by readers of The Tennessean in 2013, 2014 and 2015, and he made Nashville Lifestyles’ “25 Most Beautiful People” list in 2013.

In addition to his weekday program, Bones added a weekend Country countdown show to his resume. Country Top 30 with Bobby Bones, a four-hour music program, airs nationwide on approximately 130 affiliates and features hosts Bones, Lunchbox and Amy as they showcase the top Country songs and go beyond the music to share conversations with the artists.

n addition to his radio programs, Bones is half of The Raging Idiots, a band including his producer Eddie that plays shows all over the U.S., and to date, has raised over a million dollars to benefit various charitable causes. The duo has played with Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line and has toured with Brad Paisley and Toby Keith. The Raging Idiots signed to Black River Entertainment in 2015 and their first studio album is expected in early 2016.

Bones has appeared in both movies and on television, including Bandslam with Vanessa Hudgens, CNN, Live! with Kelly Ripa as a guest host, and Headline News and FOX Business’ Kennedy as a recurring guest. Outside the studio, Bobby spends a lot of time with his dog, Dusty, and is very active on social media, constantly engaging and interacting with listeners via Twitter and Facebook. He also enjoys exercising, reading, shopping and going to sporting events. His favorite artists include John Mayer, Darius Rucker, Ben Kweller, Zac Brown Band and Ben Folds Five.

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Clear Channel Media and Entertainment and Top On-Air Radio Personality Bobby Bones Ink Long-Term Contract


New York – June 18, 2014 – Clear Channel Media and Entertainment (CCM+E), the leading media company in America with a greater reach than any radio or television outlet, today announced an exclusive long-term agreement with award-winning Country radio personality Bobby Bones to renew and expand his relationship with the company.

Under the new agreement, Bones will continue his current role as host of The Bobby Bones Show, which originates from WSIX in Nashville and is syndicated nationally by Premiere Networks on nearly 70 radio stations across America, reaching approximately three million weekly listeners. Bones will also continue hosting his weekend programs Country Top 30 with Bobby Bones, heard nationwide on more than 120 stations, and FOX Sports Radio’s Bobby Bones, which broadcasts on nearly 250 affiliates.

Bones, who hosted the first-ever iHeartRadio Country Festival in Austin, Texas, this past March, as well as iHeartRadio album release parties for top recording artists like Keith Urban, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney and Dierks Bentley, will also continue to work with CCM+E on a variety of joint ventures including multimedia projects and events, as well as the expansion of his top-rated radio programs.

“In just over a year Bobby and his morning show crew have proven they have a remarkable talent for entertaining and engaging the Country music community, while driving results for our partners,” said Bob Pittman, Chairman and CEO of Clear Channel. “We’re committed to providing the best and most relevant programming to diverse audiences across America, and The Bobby Bones Show connects with listeners across multiple platforms. Bobby is an incredible talent and we look forward to collaborating on many exciting projects to come.”

“The past year with Clear Channel and Premiere has been a tremendous ride,” said Bobby Bones. “I started dreaming about a career in radio when I was about five years old -- if I’d known it was going to work out this well, I’d have started earlier. The whole crew on The Bobby Bones Show is grateful for the support we’ve received from Bob Pittman, Rich Bressler, Darren Davis, Julie Talbott, Jennifer Leimgruber, Rod Phillips and Clay Hunnicutt. We look forward to keeping it real with our audience as we grow.”

The new long-term partnership between Bobby Bones, CCM+E and Premiere Networks was overseen by Paul B. Anderson, Principal & CEO of Workhouse Media. “Bobby has the kind of personality that connects with a large national audience while keeping his connection to listeners genuine and personal, every day,” said Anderson.

The Bobby Bones Show joined Premiere Networks’ national lineup in 2011 and was nationally syndicated on CHR radio until February 2013, when the program transitioned to a Country format. Recently celebrating its one-year anniversary on Country radio, the program was co-honored with the 2014 Academy of Country Music Award for “National On-Air Personality of the Year.” The Bobby Bones Show is also top-rated in many markets and after one year, he is now Country radio’s leading morning personality. 

Broadcasting weekday mornings from 5 to 10 a.m. CT, Bobby Bones, Lunchbox and Amy welcome the biggest names in Country music and entertain listeners with their unique mix of pop-culture news and information, crazy stunts and hilarious conversations. In addition to broadcasting on Country radio stations nationwide, The Bobby Bones Show is also available on iHeartRadio.com and the iHeartRadio mobile app, Clear Channel’s all-in-one free digital listening service. 

About Bobby Bones

Born and raised in Arkansas, Bobby Bones began his radio career at Henderson State University’s KSH 91.1 The Switch at the age of 17, where he graduated with a degree in Radio/TV. During that time, he also worked at KLAZ 105.9 in Hot Springs, Ark., as a part-time air talent. In 2002, Bones was hired by Q100/KQAR in Little Rock, Ark., and The Bobby Bones Night Show was born. In 2003, Bones moved to Austin, Texas where he began hosting The Bobby Bones Show Monday through Friday from 5-10 a.m. CT on 96.7 KISS FM. Joined on-air by Lunchbox and Amy, they attracted listeners in droves, as well as top rankings in the market. For his work on the program, Bones was named “Austin Radio Personality of the Year” in 2009, 2010 and 2011, and Austin’s Alliance of Women in Media honored the program with their “Radio Personality of the Year” award seven years in a row.

After joining Premiere Networks’ national lineup in 2011, and switching to a Country format in February 2013, Bones also added a weekend Country countdown show to his resume. Country Top 30 with Bobby Bones, a four-hour music program, airs nationwide and features hosts Bones, Lunchbox and Amy as they showcase the top Country songs and go beyond the music to share conversations with the artists.

In 2014, Bobby Bones, Amy and Lunchbox were co-honored with the Academy of Country Music Award in the “National On-air Personality of the Year” category. Bones was also voted “Best Radio DJ” by readers of The Tennessean, and named one of Nashville Lifestyles’ “25 Most Beautiful People” in 2013.

In addition to his Country programs, Bones hosts a weekend sports talk program on FOX Sports Radio. Airing Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. PT, Bobby Bones features the latest sports, pop culture and entertainment news and conversations. 

Bones has appeared in both movies and on television, including Bandslam with Vanessa Hudgens, CNN, Live! with Kelly Ripa as a guest host, and Headline News as a recurring guest. Outside the studio, Bones spends a lot of time with his dog, Dusty, and is very active on social media, constantly engaging and interacting with listeners via Twitter and Facebook. He also enjoys exercising, reading, shopping and going to sporting events. For more information, please visit www.BobbyBones.com.

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With its quarter of a billion monthly listeners, the iHeartMedia Multiplatform Group has a greater reach than any other media company in the U.S. Its leadership position in audio extends across multiple platforms, including more than 860 live broadcast stations in over 160 markets nationwide; its National Sales organization; and the company’s live and virtual events business. It also includes Premiere Networks, the industry’s largest Networks business, with its Total Traffic and Weather Network (TTWN); and BIN: Black Information Network, the first and only 24/7 national and local all news audio service for the Black community. iHeartMedia also leads the audio industry in analytics, targeting and attribution for its marketing partners with its SmartAudio suite of data targeting and attribution products using data from its massive consumer base.

The iHeartMedia Digital Audio Group includes the company’s fast-growing podcasting business -- iHeartMedia is the number one podcast publisher in downloads, unique listeners, revenue and earnings -- as well as its industry-leading iHeartRadio digital service, available across more than 250 platforms and 2,000 devices; the company’s digital sites, newsletters, digital services and programs; its digital advertising technology companies; and its audio industry-leading social media footprint.

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Bobby Bones

American on-air radio personality

Bobby Bones

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Bones at the iHeartRadio Theater in NYC, for Brad Paisley's album release party.

Born

Bobby Estell[1]


(1980-04-02) April 2, 1980 (age 41)

Mountain Pine, Arkansas, U.S.

Alma materHenderson State University
OccupationRadio personality, television personality, author, comedian, musician
Height6 ft (183 cm)[2]
Political partyIndependent
Spouse(s)

Caitlin Parker

(m. 2021)​

Bobby Bones (born Bobby Estell)[1] is an American radio and television personality, best known for hosting the nationally syndicated The Bobby Bones Show, originating at KISS-FM in Austin, TX, and for his role as a full-time mentor on American Idol on ABC. He was the winner of season 27 of Dancing with the Stars with partner Sharna Burgess. He has also written two New York Times best sellers.

Early life and education[edit]

Bones was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, on April 2, 1980 and raised in the small community of Mountain Pine, Arkansas.[1] He has said his mother became pregnant with him at age 15, when his father was 17.[3] He was raised by his mother and maternal grandmother. His biological father was with him until the age of five, but then left the family.[4] Bones began dreaming of a radio career around the age of 5. His mother died at age 49 after battling addiction problems in 2014. [5] He grew up poor, and often viewed radio as a way of escaping poverty.[4] Bones began his radio career at age 17 at the campus station of Henderson State University, KSWH-FM "The Pulse." He graduated with a B.A. in Radio/Television from Henderson in 2002.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

While still in college, Bones went to work as a station hand at KLAZ in Hot Springs, Arkansas, but was put on the air within a few days of being hired. A manager there gave him the choice of going on the air as Bobby Z or Bobby Bones of which he chose the latter.[5] Bones' first full-time radio contract paid him $17,000. In 2002, Bones was hired by Q100/KQAR in Little Rock, Arkansas. He then worked for radio station (KLAL), which led to his hosting The Bobby Bones Show on KHFI-FM in Austin, Texas.

According to The Washington Post, Bones is different from typical radio DJs, as he doesn't have the "classic, booming radio DJ voice".[6]

Austin[edit]

Bones was originally hired for the evening shift on KHFI-FM and was soon moved to mornings. While in Austin, he met two of his future co-hosts, Lunchbox (in a bar) and Amy (in a Culver's). Bones believed in Amy and put her on the air immediately.[7] His executive producer at the time, Alayna Messer, was previously an intern on the show.

Over ten years, the show built its audience into the top-rated morning show in Austin[8] and was syndicated in a few regional markets. At the height of his popularity, Bones was offered a job outside of radio but ultimately chose to remain with Clear Channel (now iHeart Media).[9]

Nashville[edit]

In the fall of 2012, Clear Channel moved Bones and his show from Austin with its Top 40 format to Nashville and a country music format while taking The Bobby Bones Show nationwide.[7] Bones took over the slot hosted by longtime DJ Gerry House,[10] who retired in 2010. Bones now broadcasts from the WSIX-FM studios in Nashville on weekday mornings from 5:00 a.m. to 10 a.m. (CT). His co-hosts are Lunchbox and Amy, and features Producer Eddie, Raymundo, Morgan2, Mike D., Hillary and Scuba Steve.

The Bobby Bones Show has become a regular interview stop for top country music stars and even artists/celebrities outside the genre of country.[11]Luke Bryan, John Mayer, Taylor Swift, Garth Brooks, Ed Sheeran, Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, Lady Antebellum, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, and more have been featured in interviews on the morning show.

Syndication[edit]

In February 2013, The Bobby Bones Show was nationally syndicated through iHeart Media-owned Premiere Networks[12] and was made available via iHeartRadio.com and the iHeartRadio mobile app. The show is currently heard on more than 150 radio stations in the U.S., Canada, and UK.[13]

The Bobby Bones Show is has an estimated audience of nearly 9.2 million listeners a week. The show's largest market is Chicago (WCHI-FM).

Bones also hosts the weekly “Country Top 30 with Bobby Bones,” carried on over 100 radio stations nationwide.[14]

As part of the iHeart Media family, Bones has been tapped to host, present, and even perform at the annual iHeartRadio Country Festival held in Austin, Texas, iHeartRadio Music Festival held in Las Vegas, Nevada and the annual iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles, California.[15]

Accidental trigger of Emergency Alert System[edit]

In October 2014, Bones accidentally triggered the Emergency Alert System by playing EAS tones during an on-air rant about an erroneous EAS test interrupting coverage locally of the 2014 World Series on Fox affiliate WZTV. The EAS tones would have only triggered the EAS issuance in Nashville, but since the show was in syndication, the signal cascaded through the show's nationwide affiliates, and caused AT&T U-verse boxes nationwide to lock up with the erroneous test.[16] In May 2015, Bones's employer iHeartMedia paid a $1 million FCC fine due to the incident and removed all EAS sound effects from their nationwide sound library to prevent a recurrence.[17]

Other media[edit]

Bones appeared in the 2009 feature film, Bandslam, with Vanessa Hudgens. He has also appeared on the ABC drama Nashville and has been a guest host with Kelly Ripa on Live! with Regis and Kelly.[18]

In 2012 Bones was part of the Fox Sports Radio lineup, hosting the weekend sports talk program Roddick and Bones with tennis star Andy Roddick, airing Saturdays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time on nearly 300 radio stations.[19]

Bones is also the host of the podcast “The Bobbycast” where he interviews singers/songwriters of all genres which The Washington Post dubbed as a "treasure trove of unusually candid anecdotes."[20] He has also launched his own podcast network, the Nashville Podcast Network.[citation needed]

On May 17, 2016, he released his first book entitled Bare Bones, I'm Not Lonely If You're Reading This Book.[21]

In 2018, Bones was a guest mentor for season sixteen of American Idol (the first to air on ABC) during the top 24 round. On November 6, 2018, it was announced Bones would become a full-time mentor for the series beginning in season seventeen.[22] During an episode which aired April 8, 2019, Bones served as guest host, as host Ryan Seacrest was sick and missed the taping.[23]

In June 2019, Bones filmed an episode of Running Wild With Bear Grylls in Norway. The episode aired on January 14, 2020.[24] He was a judge of Topgolf's original series Who Will Rock You.

He signed an overall deal with BBC Studios.[25]

Breaking Bobby Bones, on the National Geographic Channel began airing in 2021. In each episode, Bones meets a real person doing a "real" job or sport, works with them to learn how to do it, and is critiqued on his performance. At the end of each episode, Bones does something special for week's guest that will improve their life, or help them with their career or other goals.

Dancing with the Stars[edit]

In September 2018, Bones was announced as one of the celebrities to compete on the 27th season of Dancing with the Stars, being paired with the professional dancer Sharna Burgess. Despite the second lowest scores for a couple in the final 4, the couple made it to the finals, and ended up winning the competition.[26]

Personal life[edit]

On September 28, 2013, Bones and his crew were part of a team that set the Guinness World Record "Most hunger relief meals packaged in one hour (team)".[27]

On August 5, 2015, during the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump, Bones filed an "all purpose" trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the rights to the phrase "Make America Great Again". Trump had registered the phrase for "political action committee services" but not for its use on hats, t-shirts, duffel bags, and other apparel and accessories that Bones now had the rights to. Two days later, on August 7, Bones tweeted, "hey @realDonaldTrump, if you donate 100k to @stjude, I will give you your clothing trademark back. thanks! – Bobby". Bones later tweeted an image on October 29 of a check from The Trump Organization for an undisclosed amount, stating it would go to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and that Trump could "have [his] slogan back".[28]

On January 3, 2017, Bones announced he was considering a run for governor of Arkansas in the 2018 election.[29] On March 14, 2017, Bones announced he was not running.[30]

In July 2021, Bones married Caitlin Parker.[31]

Awards and honors[edit]

For four years running, from 2004 to 2008, Bones was named Best Radio Personality by the Austin Music Awards, presented by The Austin Chronicle and SXSW. The Bobby Bones Show also won Best Radio Program 2007–2008.[32] On April 6, 2014, Bones, Amy and Lunchbox won their first Academy of Country Music Award for National On-Air Personality of the Year, just nine months into Bones's first year in country music.[33] Bones became the youngest ever inductee into the National Radio Hall of Fame during a ceremony on November 2, 2017, at the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago.[34]

Bobby Bones and the Raging Idiots discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

Other charted songs[edit]

Music videos[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^"Bobby Officially Measured In Studio To Get Internet Height Changed | The Bobby Bones Show". The Bobby Bones Show.
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  4. ^ ab"Bobby Bones may be Regis & Kelly co-host". KXAN. January 13, 2011. Retrieved June 25, 2014.
  5. ^ abShea, Stewart (March 23, 2014). "Mountain Pine native deals real on the radio, goes nationwide". Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Archived from the original on September 17, 2018. Retrieved June 4, 2014 – via Arkansas Online.
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  7. ^ abShea, Stewart (March 11, 2014). "Country Radio's New Voice". Arkansas Online. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
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  9. ^Trigger (January 13, 2014). "Clear Channel DJ Bobby Bones May Be Looking to Leave Radio". Saving Country Music.com. Retrieved June 14, 2014.
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Bobby Bones : Biography at a Glance

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Host, "The Bobby Bones Show"

  • Bobby Bones hosts the nationally syndicated “Bobby Bones Show,” which draws more than 5.1 million listeners weekly, making him the most popular country DJ in America
  • Two-time winner of the Academy of Country Music Award for national on-air personality of the year
  • Author of the bestsellers "Fail Until You Don't: Fight Grind Repeat" and “Bare Bones: I'm Not Lonely If You're Reading This Book”
  • Winner of "Dancing with the Stars" (Season 27), and in-house mentor for "American Idol"
  • Sells out theaters across the country with his parody comedy band, “Bobby Bones and the Raging Idiots”
  • Star of National Geographic's travel series "Breaking Bobby Bones"

Radio and TV personality Bobby Bones who “has carved out a place for himself in nearly every corner of the entertainment world,” (American Profile) is host of the nationally syndicated radio show, The Bobby Bones Show, which broadcasts to over 150 stations and is the #1 Country morning show with millions of weekly listeners. The show recently garnered its second Country Music Association Award for National Broadcast Personality of the Year and fourth ACM Award for National On-Air Personality of the Year and earned Bones the title of youngest ever inductee into the prestigious National Radio Hall of Fame. The “media multitasker” (Billboard) also launched his own podcast, BobbyCast, which features candid long-form interviews with top artists and industry figures and has been downloaded nearly 13 million times. The podcast’s overwhelming success has paved the way for Bones to launch the Nashville Podcast Network, an eclectic collection of podcasts from a variety of Nashville-savvy hosts, giving listeners an inside look at the lifestyle and pop culture in Nashville. Bones won Season 27 of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars and is the official in-house mentor on ABC’s American Idol. Additionally, Bones’ chart-topping musical comedy band Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots recently wrapped It’s Just The Two Of Us…(Sorry) tour following their most recent EP, LIVE IN BOSTON. Bones is also a two-time New York Times #1 bestselling author, touring stand-up comedian, and philanthropist – a true “jack of all trades” (ESPN).

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