Bob Kingsley Nominated For HOF

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Well-known radio countdown host Bob Kingsley is a nominee for induction into the National Radio Hall of Fame, and you can help get him in.

If elected, Bob would be just the third country-affiliated member of the Hall, joining the Grand Ole Opry, inducted in 1992, and Gene Autry, inducted in 2003.

Toby Keith, Trace Adkins, Miranda Lambert, Gary Allan and Gretchen Wilson, among  others, have recorded audio and video spots in support of Bob's election.

Voting, open to both radio professionals and the general public, is being conducted online by the Hall of Fame at its website, radiohof.org.

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