Storme Warren is a co-executive producer and host of the television network Great American Country”s (GAC) entertainment news show “Headline Country”, host of “The Music Row Happy Hour” on Sirius XM’s “The Highway” and a regular personality on GAC.
Warren got his start at the age of 13 as a radio personality for Tulsa, Oklahoma top-40 station 92K (KELI). His family’s move to Southern California led to his continued radio education including a stint at the infamous “Pirate Radio” in Hollywood. CNN’s Los Angeles bureau was located in the same building on Sunset Boulevard as “Pirate”. It didn’t take long for Storme to knock on the their door. That door opened up the world of Television to Warren, then a student at California State University Northridge. Following college and 5 years at CNN, Music icon and Grand Ole Opry Member Charlie Daniels – Storme’s first celebrity interview and lifelong idol - suggested that he move to Nashville. Two weeks later, Warren packed up and headed to Music City. The move led to a 7 year run at TNN’s “Today’s Country” and “This Week In Country Music”. After TNN was renamed and reformatted, Storme decided to form his own production company and take the Country News format to Great American Country. The result is “Headline Country”.
Warren lives in Nashville with wife and television producer, Allison Warren, and their two sons, Jackson and Evan. In addition to his unremitting love of music, Warren is an avid outdoorsman and adventure-seeker. He is a certified scuba diver, an Eagle Scout, a habitual fly-fisherman and amateur meteorologist, In addition, Warren is an active steward in the Nashville community, serving as board member for the TJ Martel Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS research and the Country Music Association.
Along with hosting his TV and radio shows, Storme is also known as the “Dick Clark of Nashville” (Tennessean Newspaper 3-10) for his annual duties as host of Music City’s 4th of July Concert Spectacular and the city’s outdoor Downtown New Year’s Eve “Bash on Broadway”. During the summer months, Storme can be found emceeing music festivals from coast to coast and around the globe.