Bill Cody

Past DJ Hall of Fame Inductees
2008

 

WSM-AM Morning Show host, is recognized as one of the most familiar voices and faces in the industry. He began his career in Country radio at WLBN (Lebanon, KY) in 1971. Six years later, he accepted an air personality position at Contemporary formatted WVLK (Lexington, KY). Two years later, he joined WHAS (Louisville, KY). In 1985, he returned to the Country music format and became morning air personality at Country station WCII (Louisville, KY), but that same year moved to WHOO-FM (Orlando, FL) in a similar capacity. In 1987, he took on a position at KKYX-AM (San Antonio TX). He joined WSM-AM (Nashville, TN) in 1994, and from 1996-2000 served with WSM-FM (Nashville, TN). He hosted WSM's 75th Annual birthday coverage from the Ryman Auditorium interviewing President George W. Bush and his father former President George Bush. He emceed the 2001 Country Music DJ and Radio Hall of Fame induction dinner and is known as host of Jones Radio Network's GAC's Classic Country Weekend With Bill Cody and Great American Country's daily show GAC's Master Series.