Celebrated air personality Eddie Stubbs has been the longest tenured evening host on Nashville's legendary 650AM WSM since the station went to an all Country format in 1979. He is recognized nationally as the announcer of the Grand Ole Opry, a position he has held for more than 16 years. He also serves as the on camera announcer for the Marty Stuart Show on RFD-TV and serves on the CMA and IBMA committees. He won the CMA Large Market Broadcast Personality of the Year award in 2002. Stubbs is well respected among his peers for his vast knowledge of the history of Country music.