America’s Morning Show Begins National Rollout

America's Morning Show Blair Garner Chuck Wicks Terri Clark Nash NashFM CumulusFollowing the addition of eleven more Nash-FM branded stations this week, Cumulus is beginning the national roll-out of the Blair Garner led “America’s Morning Show”.

As first reported by, America’s Morning Show will begin airing on 19 additional Nash branded stations on Monday, February 10. The stations adding the program are:

The nineteen stations join 94.7 WNSH New York in airing the program. Cumulus will also make the program available to other broadcasters via Westwood One this spring.

In Nashville, the existing ‘Nashville Mornings’ program will be broken up with Becca Walls moving back to middays, Stew James joining America’s Morning Show as a producer, and Marty McFly working on independent projects.

At Charleston’s WIWF, Jessica and Jay will slide from mornings to afternoons, while at WXBM Pensacola the morning show hosted by Marty White and Lindsey Marie will also move to afternoons, while the midday shift will be split between incumbent Lynn West and current afternoon host Ryan Andrew.

At WHKR Melbourne, morning host Jim Callahan will slide to afternoons. Current afternoon host will slide up to middays with incumbent Ashley Tater remaining with the station in an off-air promotions role.

America’s Morning Show features Blair Garner, country artists Terri Clark and Chuck Wicks, Erika Grace Powell, and HLN morning anchor Robin Meade. Based in Nashville, the show debuted on Cumulus’ “Nash-FM 94.7” WNSH New York in June 2013.

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  1. Crazy that they’ve not yet touched KUBL 93.3 in SLC,UT.

  2. Cumulus will ruin this industry. And they are going to be allowed to buy CBS radio?

  3. A few years ago, it was CC…. it’s all cyclical.

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