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A show Bobby Bones does from his house. In-depth interviews with songwriters, producers and artists in Nashville that reveal the stories behind the biggest songs, candid anecdotes and personal stories.

274 Episodes
Bobby talks to Charlie Worsham who is from Mississippi and very passionate about a change being needed to the flag of his home state. Charlie also talks about making his Opry debut as a kid and getting to write a song with his hero Vince Gill.  Bobby also talks to Kurt Bardella of “The Morning Hangover” about his article on USA Today regarding Lady A changing their name. They also talk about the significance of country music award shows during a pandemic. Check out his article here: This also features Bobby's Game Show "Super Easy Trivia" with Dustin Lynch and Chuck Wicks! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Bobby and Billy Dukes from Taste of Country talk about their list of the Top 10 Hottest Country Artists of 2020 and why each artist ranked where they did. Bobby does a collaboration segment with Movie Mike and they both review the movie Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox story which is a parody of the biopic movie genre that came out in 2007. SPOILER ALERT: They talk about the movie in detail...but it’s a comedy movie based on another movie so nothing really to spoil -- but just in case! Don’t get mad at us.  Check out the list here: Also check out Movie Mike’s Movie Podcast on iHeartRadio for movie reviews and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Bobby Bones talks to Tyler Farr about his new “Only Truck In Town” EP, new record label and his wife working as a nurse fighting COVID-19. He also brings in a very special mystery guest. Bobby and Eddie talk about famous musicians and how they lost all or most of their money. They talk about their bad business deals, purchases and habits that caused them to go bankrupt. Also Bobby met Robin Kimbrough Hayes who is running for United States Senate randomly while out on a run. He has her on to talk about her platform running for US Senate, Black Lives Matter and how we can make a change.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
Jillian Jaqueline talks about her new song “Wait for the Light” and how it is reflective of today’s state of the country. She also talks about going to thrift stores post-coronavirus and being friends with Michelle Branch. Bobby and Eddie talk about famous houses from musicians. Some that are for sale and some that have been turned into museums and tourist spots. Eddie talks about what it’s like to visit Graceland. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Bobby Bones talks to Jana Kramer about her new book coming out called The Good Fight (available for pre-order now). Jana tells Bobby about the two stories she’s nervous to come out because of the book. Jana also talks about how she’s been dealing with trolls on her Instagram lately. Bobby Bones talks to Natalie Stovall, the newest member of Runaway June. Natalie talks about their first time performing together this week, the text message she got asking her to join and what it was like once it got announced. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Bobby Bones talks to radio personality and musician, Chuck Wicks. He tells his story about how he got into radio, his 2 shows and recently being fired when the coronavirus hit. Chuck talks about how he panicked after getting fired and took 2 weeks to figure out what he wants to do.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
Bobby Bones talks to Eric Paslay about his new song “Heartbeat Higher” and how he got Sarah Buxton on the song. Eric talks about how he actually wrote the song 6 years ago for Florida Georgia Line. Bobby and Eddie discuss Billboard’s list of The Greatest Artists who have never won a grammy and if they’re really great. From Miley Cyrus to Rascal Flatts. Plus Bobby’s Top 5 New Music releases of the week! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Nashville's favorite radio personality is giving back this commencement season. Despite students across the United States not getting their real commencement Bones and his colleagues from Halsey to Tim Cook band together to bring unique speeches that are sure to inspire tomorrow's leaders. Be sure to check out even more of your favorite celebrities and public figures on Commencement: Speeches for the Class of 2020. Radio and TV personality Bobby Bones who “has carved out a place for himself in nearly every corner of the entertainment world,” Bones 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. Learn more about your ad-choices at
In this episode, Bobby and Eddie talk about famous songs that are actually misunderstood. The artists wrote them about one subject but over time people have taken them to mean something completely different. From Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton, "Born in the USA" by Bruce Springsteen, "Closing Time" by Semisonic and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Bobby Bones talks to Mark Chesnutt about his new music and also dives into some of his throwbacks from the 90s. Mark talks about the time he first met Steven Tyler from Aeromsith. Steven was a fan of Mark after he covered their song “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing”. Dan Rogers is the Executive Producer of the Opry. He talks about how they choose members, history of the Opry and the decision to keep going during the coronavirus. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Clint Black has 22 No. 1 songs such as "A Better Man,” “Killin’ Time”, and "When My Ship Comes In”. He talks about what it was like blowing up in the 90’s, finishing 5th on The Apprentice and his new album “Out of Sane”. Plus new music out today from Kenny Chesney, Luke Combs, The Dixie Chicks and Bretty Young. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Dustin Lynch stopped by and talked about how he released a single that he didn’t even like, how he went to college on a golf scholarship and first wanted to become a surgeon. He also talks about how he got a C in Vocal Music Class and ended up starting a band after not getting into the school chorus. And even once thought about auditioning for Nashville Star… Learn more about your ad-choices at
Maddie of Maddie and Tae talks about releasing their first new album in almost 5 the midst of a global pandemic. Maddie talks about when she thinks they will get to go back on tour. Jenn Wayne of Runaway June talks to Bobby Bones about how she got coronavirus from the grocery store. She said she drove 1 hour and a half to get a test after realizing she lost her sense of smell.  Bobby and Eddie talk about the new music this week from Brett Eldredge, Morgan Wallen, Luke Combs and Kip Moore. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Sometimes a band has a huge hit with a song that wasn't sung by the lead singer. Bobby and Eddie talk about 10 hit songs that were not sung by the lead singer of the band. From The Beatles to Oasis and more. Bobby also talks to Jaren Johnston from The Cadillac Three talks to Bobby about how he’s been writing on Zoom, their new album and what goes into being a music producer. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Luke Bryan talks to Bobby Bones about losing two country icons Joe Diffie and Kenny Rogers who he got to know. Luke talks about his 24th No. 1 “What She Wants Tonight”, if he’s already working on his next album and then hits Bobby with a birthday surprise delivery! Jon Pardi talks to Bobby about how quarantine life is going. He is spending a lot of time working with farm equipment, cooking and playing video games. Jon also talks about how we and his wife had to postpone their wedding and will now be having it in Nashville. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Lauren Daigle talks to Bobby about what it was like for her growing up in Louisiana. How she got started doing music because of an illness, not originally setting out to be a Christian artist, auditioning for American Idol and being quarantined in Georgia. Ketch from Old Crow Medicine Show talks about how he started out busking back in the 90s, what an OCMS road show is like and their biggest song “Wagon Wheel” which he co-wrote with Bob Dylan. Ketch said he still has never met Bob Dylan. Ketch also talks about approving the lyric changes made by Darius Rucker. They have a new song coming out called “Nashville Rising” to benefit the Nashville tornado victims.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
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Bobby talks to Brett Young who is currently living in a bus. He is keeping himself quarantined from his family for 2 weeks after flying back from Europe earlier this month. Bobby also talks to Matt Ramsey the lead singer of Old Dominion about them being one of the first bands to cancel tour dates due to the coronavirus. Matt also talks about having to perform with the flu, the band’s 8 no. 1 and no. 1 songs he’s written for other artists. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Kenny Rogers, whose legendary music career spanned six decades, has died at the age of 81. Bobby talks about the legacy that Kenny left behind and also has a conversation with Lionel Richie who was one of his closest friends. Bobby and Lionel talk about the first time he met Kenny, the story behind Lady and also talk a little American Idol.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
Movie Mike comes on to talk about his top 3 music movies which include Spinal Tap, La Bamba and Straight Outta Compton. Bobby and Eddie also talk about some of their favorites. We talk to Jana Kramer about how she flew to Canada to film a movie during the coronavirus epidemic and ended up getting rescued to come back. She also gives her 5 songs in her quarantine playlist. Check out Movie Mike's Movie Podcast on iHeartRadio Or where ever you get your podcasts - HERE! Learn more about your ad-choices at
Comments (11)

Dave Roberts

BBS ❤❤

Oct 10th

Leslie Kelley

FYI - Samsung camera is sooooooo much better! and the emojis of you.... definitely copied Samsung.

Sep 29th

Fran Sutton

Absolutely loved this episode. Can't wait to read Scott's book, after I read Bobby's of course.

Sep 12th

Amanda Timmers

yup, gonna need this every week!!!

Aug 23rd

Dave Roberts


Aug 9th
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Tommy Peyton

quite talking so much

Jul 14th

Angela Sloan

Dan Patrick did an interview with Geoff Edgers about Walk This Way. He tells about how the bands didnt even like eachother...great interview

Apr 23rd


Hey Bobby Bones, truly love you and love "The Bobby Bones Morning Show". Keep up the great work.

Nov 26th


what happened to lindsay ell

Oct 10th

rick holcombe

hi 😊😊😊😊 and I love you❤

May 23rd
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