Book Giveaway: Gerry House’s Country Music Broke My Brain: A Behind-the-Microphone Peek at Nashville’s Famous & Fabulous Stars

Country Music Broke My Brain

UPDATE: Contest closed. Congratulations to winner John!

Three of my all-time favorite things: books, country music, and books about country music. If you’re anything like me, we have the perfect giveaway for you.

In Gerry House’s new book Country Music Broke My Brain: A Behind-the-Microphone Peek at Nashville’s Famous & Fabulous Stars, one of country music’s most beloved radio personalities shares a collection of never-aired and never-before-published conversations with a variety of country music superstars and legends, including Johnny Cash, Reba McEntire, Brad Paisley, and many others.

Country Universe is pleased to offer a copy of this book to give away to one of our readers. To enter, leave a comment below before 12:00 p.m. CST on Saturday March 15. A winner will be chosen via random number generator and notified via email, so be sure to include a valid email address. One entry is allowed per IP address.

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10 Responses to Book Giveaway: Gerry House’s Country Music Broke My Brain: A Behind-the-Microphone Peek at Nashville’s Famous & Fabulous Stars

  1. I’m a big fan of Gerry, and this book sounds like it would be right up my literary alley. Count me in!

  2. TravisNo Gravatar

    This book sounds real good!

  3. A.B.No Gravatar

    Sounds like a good book!

  4. bllNo Gravatar

    Sounds like a great read; I enjoy reading about country music almost as much as I like listening.

  5. RussellNo Gravatar

    Saw this promoted a couple of weeks ago. Looking forward to reading it.

  6. jpatrickNo Gravatar

    Great giveaway!

  7. andythedrifterNo Gravatar

    *comment*

  8. sheldonNo Gravatar

    I rented a car in nashville and drove around listening to all the great morning shows. Great talent in music city as far as the djs are concerned…now if we could just work on the program directors who think talent ends at age 30.

  9. RobNo Gravatar

    After reading some of the press that this book has gotten, I’m definitely interested in it. Excerpts look interesting, and he’s as colorful a guy as there is in the industry.

  10. KarlyNo Gravatar

    This sounds like a great read; I’m looking forward to picking this one up.